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  • With local July Fourth events canceled, friends, family, and others in the Whiteford community came together to help longtime North Harford High School teacher June Atkin celebrate her 90th birthday on July Fourth with the drive-by birthday parade at her Whiteford home.

  • Customers beat the heat at Blizzard's Shaved Ice in Westminster.

  • Members from eight Maryland Jeep clubs drove through Catonsville, Ellicott City and parts of Carroll County as part of a parade called "Operation Let Freedom Ride!"

  • Carroll County Commissioner Eric Bouchat, R-District 4, dresses as Uncle Sam with New Windsor Councilman, Ed Smith as Captain America and rides around New Windsor on fire equipment as Firemen toss candy to children along the way on the 4th of July.

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  • Frederick Road in Ellicott City, below Rogers Ave., was closed for a period of time due to flooding as a storm passed through the area. Rushing river water overwhelmed the tunnel many speculating due to debris flooding the immediate area.

  • CASA members, including immigrant families, and Howard County Coalition for Immigrant Justice protested outside the George Howard Building to demand Howard County end its agreement with ICE to house detainees at the Howard County Detention Center.

  • St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Laurel reopened for its first Mass since March. Afterward, a drive-by to say goodbye to Father Mel Ayala.

  • Arundel Mills Mall reopens and has instituted several social distancing and sanitizing protocols because of the pandemic.

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