The Bel Air town commissioners honored two local men Monday for their work with the Greater Bel Air Community Foundation, a nearly 15-year-old nonprofit which has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars toward community projects in Bel Air and the surrounding areas.
Edna Rudell, who began selling homemade chocolate bunnies outside the Northeast Market and went on to co-own Fallston's Log Cabin Chocolates, died of congestive heart failure March 6 at Gilchrist Hospice Care. The Jacksonville resident was 90.
The Darlington Lions Club will have its annual Easter flower sale in the engine bay of the Darlington Volunteer Fire Company on Friday, March 29 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, March 30 starting at 9 a.m. until the flowers run out
Babcock Presbyterian Church starts spring gardening program at the church, Easter egg hunt takes place at Pleasant Plains Elementary on March 23, thrift shop at Arnolia United Methodist Church holds 50 percent off sale
Lutherville-Timonium Recreation Council holds Easter egg hunt, Girl Scout Thinking Day was held by Junior Troop 2264, Longford Community Association reschedules meeting, Lutherville Community Association's holds Basket Bingo
The parents and two sisters of a Howard County girl who killed herself after months of harassment on social media sites asked Maryland lawmakers Thursday to pass a bill that would allow a jail term for "cyber-bullying."
Catherine Bellis was baptized at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church on Ingleside Avenue. She met her husband, Walter, singing in the choir. They were married there and raised eight children in the Catonsville parish where she taught Sunday school and served in the altar guild. And when the congregation gathered in the parish auditorium Feb. 10 and voted to leave the Episcopal Church and to join the Roman Catholic Church, the 101-year-old parishioner voted with the majority.
The Super Bowl has created a veritable cottage industry of parties surrounding it, and nowhere is this more evident than in the XLVII game in New Orleans, a city that knows how to have fun. Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49er fans join athletes and celebrities enjoying the city's food, drinks and hospitality.
Members of the Maryland National Guard and their families came to the Wilkens Avenue parking lot of the Hubbard Funeral Home to pick up one of the Christmas trees given away in the Trees for Troops program, on a warm Dec. 8.
It wouldn't be the Christmas season without George Frideric Handel's "Messiah," and in Howard County that means a performance by Columbia Pro Cantare on Sunday, Dec. 2 at 7:30 p.m. at Jim Rouse Theater at Wilde Lake.