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  • Photos from the Howard County Fair Maryland - 76th Anniversary Annual Fair! August 6-13, 2022
  • The Car Demolition Derby on Saturday night at the fairgrounds was the culminating event of the 125th Carroll County 4-H & FFA Fair.
  • "Farmer Wars" is a competition that involves loading and unloading bales onto a wagon with a tractor obstacle course in between. It's a new feature at this year's Howard County Fair in West Friendship, MD on Sunday afternoon, August 7, 2022.
  • Smith Island starts cleanup following severe weather.
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  • A selection of the best Sun staff photos for the month of July.
  • National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer.
  • 8122 Orchard Point Road is a Pasadena home located on the tip of a peninsula.
  • Picturing Maryland: A Baltimore Sun photography project showcasing the faces, places and events happening around us.
  • Katie Harris led a project at Westchester Elementary School in Catonsville this summer for painting positive messages on 10/14 bathrooms at the school. The community donated paint and local students/parents/artists volunteered to come up and paint the bathrooms, with Principal Mr. Byers' blessing.
  • Provisional ballot canvass at the Harford County Board of Election office in Forest Hill, Wednesday July 27, 2022.
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  • The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT), in partnership with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR), is conducting archaeological excavations at two outbuildings at the historic Elk Ridge Furnace site in Howard County. In Colonial America, Elk Ridge Furnace operated using enslaved, indentured and convict labor.
  • D&D Pony Rides visits Binky & Friends at Excel Academy daycare center
  • Coral Reef Encounter at the MacGills Common pool in Columbia on Saturday, July 23, 2022.
  • Canvassing process begins for the mail-in ballots at the Baltimore City's Board of Elections warehouse.
  • Children explored their sense of sight and painting with items found in nature at Tinkergarten at Wildwood Park in Mt. Airy, Wednesday July 20, 2022. Tinkergarten (https://tinkergarten.com/leaders/jen.grieb) is a national program for children from 18 months to 8 years old. With nature as the classroom, this program is designed to get kids outdoors, exploring and learning through thoughtfully designed play.
  • Voters in Howard County vote in-person on Primary Day at Long Reach High School and Marriotts Ridge High School, Tuesday July 19, 2022
  • Five kids from the same family currently swim on the Rollingwood swim team; They are Lorenzo Aldave (8-under boys, fly), Alfie Aldave (11-12 boys, IM, free), Keela Aldave (13-14 girls, IM, free, fly), Angelina Aldave (15-over girls, IM, back, fly) and Elana Aldave (15-over girls, IM). Older sister, Lucia Aldave, no longer swims for Rollingwood after swimming for 11 seasons.
  • The Reunion gave residents of the Fells Lane Community and neighbors who lived on Merryman Street, New Cut Road and Main Street, the opportunity to gather and remember their personal experiences living in the historically Black neighborhoods of Howard County.
  • A parking garage partially collapsed at 1 E Pratt St. in downtown Baltimore.
  • Holly Hill Motel in Aberdeen suddenly notified it’s residents by hand-written stationery, that it was closing effective July 15. Residents gave a tour, looking through windows of some rooms, showing the horrible conditions. The motel is along Route 40 in Perryman.
  • The City of Westminster Recreation and Parks is sponsored a free Reptile show in City Park, a hands-on interactive presentation with 12-15 different exotic species of reptiles Wednesday july 13, 2022.
  • Family of Terry Harrell, who was killed by police car responding to incident hold press conference
  • A collection of the best Sun staff photos for June from summer fun to Pride in Baltimore.
  • 13311 Falls Road is located in Cockeysville, Maryland.
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