Dancing figures are the center of attention in many of the paintings in Trudy Babchak's exhibit "Motion/Emotion" at Howard Community College. Indeed, there's really nothing else in the paintings to draw your attention away from these moving female dancers.
As Henry Mouzon Sr., conjured vivid memories of his tenure aboard the USS Intrepid aircraft carrier during World War II – he served notice that at 87 his mind is still as sturdy as the 27,000-ton ship that carried him out to the shores of East Asia and brought him home alive.
Howard Community College's Center for Service Learning and the hospitality management department is holding the second annual "The Perfect Prom Project," collecting previously worn prom dresses for young women in Howard County who may not be able to afford prom otherwise.
Nova A. Scott, a retired city public schools educator who later served as the first African-American commissioner of the Howard County Commission on Aging, died Wednesday from complications of an infection at Howard County General Hospital. She was 86.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
Musical and cultural diversity are at the heart of what the Harlem Quartet is all about. This string ensemble brings an eclectic program to Columbia when it performs for the Candlelight Concert Society series on Saturday, Feb. 2 at 8 p.m. at Howard Community College's Smith Theatre.
The Howard County Economic Development Authority has initiated a new training program, Project Opportunity, to help veterans interested in starting a business. The 10-week program, which offers training, outreach services, technical assistance and financing opportunities to veterans who are considering starting a business, will be held at the HCEDA's Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship, 6751 Columbia Gateway Drive, Suite 500, in Columbia. The Howard County program is expected to begin in April,
Sam Bradman (Salisbury) finished with three goals and two assists to earn Most Valuable Player honors as Team USA defeated Loyola, 17-13, in the Champion Challenge at ESPN¿s Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., on Sunday afternoon.
Several people with Howard County ties are traveling to Sandy Point Park Jan. 26 to participate in the 17th Annual Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge, braving the icy waters for a good cause: raising money for the Special Olympics of Maryland.
Standing inside the Smith Theatre at Howard Community College on Sunday, social activist and author Dorothy Bailey recalled Martin Luther King Jr.'s words resonated with her as she was preparing to "sit in" protest at North Carolina Central University in the 1960's.
Faulkner, who grew up in Beltsville, graduated from the University of Maryland in December 2011 with a degree in history. She was a long-term sub last springat Pallotti for a teacher who was on maternity leave and was able to land a full-time job when, she said, the enrollment went up for the current year.
You can make the effort to go to a music school either as a student or at least to attend a concert, but how sweet it is when the music school comes to you. That's pretty much the case with the "Curtis on Tour" concert program coming to the Candlelight Concert Society series on Sunday, Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. at Howard Community College's Smith Theatre.
From aspiring dealers to licensed healers, many Marylanders are like Dorsey Nicola, poised for a new era in the state's gambling scene. Long before the voter-approved expansion takes effect early next year — adding another casino and allowing table games at all of them — businesses, job seekers, unions, educators, regulators and psychologists have laid the groundwork to cash in.