• Heather and Kevin Federici, who just moved from Eldersburg to Howard County, have a young daughter who is battling a rare disease called epidermolysis bullosa, which causes severe blistering of the skin.
  • The Carroll County Health Department is partnering with Carroll County Public Schools and Maryland Partnership for Prevention (MPP) hosted free drive-thru flu vaccine clinics for children from 6 months old to 18 years old on Oct. 21 and Oct. 28.
  • After Westminster Antique Mall closed, many vendors went to Memory Lane Antique Market in Taneytown, Maryland.
  • Springdale Preparatory School's flower and herb sale Thursday, October 22, 2020.
  • Guy Mickley, director of the Howard County Board of Elections, is leading canvasing mail-in ballots at Lake Elkhorn Middle School with elections staff. Canvasing mail-in ballots is also taking place at the Howard County Board of Elections headquarters in Columbia.
  • The Lord Baltimore Hotel has transformed into a residence for people who may have coronavirus and need to be isolated.
  • Fall shows its color on the grounds of the Baltimore County Center for Maryland Agriculture and Farm Park on Tuesday, Oct. 13.
  • The Shepherd’s Staff is extending its services into New Windsor, opening a second satellite location at St. Paul United Methodist Church in New Windsor.
  • In a partnership with the Laurel Arts Council, the Laurel Historical Society created the Laurel Postcard Project, which asks individuals to send the society a postcard stating how their lives have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and the protests for racial justice.
  • The Campus Hills Community Association hosted a National Night Out event Tuesday on Seaword Road, between Shelley Road and Sawyer Court in Towson.
  • A candlelight vigil/protest was held in support right before the Howard County Council's vote on a law that would eliminate the county's contract with ICE at George Howard Building, Ellicott City.
  • From old to new - The Old Havre de Grace Middle School and the New Havre de Grace Middle School.
  • The Ravens defeat the Washington Football Team by score of 31 to 17 at FedEx Field
  • The 145th running of the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore.
  • Inge Hyder, of Columbia, jumped out of plane with Skydive Baltimore at Harford County Airport on Friday, Oct. 2. The third skydive of her life was to celebrate her 90th birthday.
  • Residents at Fairhaven, a retirement community in Sykesville, maintain a garden during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • McDaniel students set up to register students to vote for the November election as part of the college’s Get Out the Vote initiative. These voter registration events have been happening on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays since Sept. 14 and will continue through Oct. 16.
  • Ascension Saint Agnes memorialized the courage, dedication, and professionalism shown by its healthcare heroes through a time capsule and memorial to be placed on the Ascension Saint Agnes Hospital campus. A COVID-19 Time Capsule and Memorial Dedication Ceremony was held on the Ascension Saint Agnes Hospital campus.
  • Artistic Costumes & Dance Fashions on the lower level of Loch Raven Plaza, has been open for 39 years. September 30, 2020.
  • A pumpkin named "The Patriot" weighing 1,776 pounds is on display at Valley View Farms, Cockeysville, celebrating the fall and pumpkin seasons, featuring a "Giant Pumpkin Seed Contest - Guess How Many Seeds Are In The Patriot."