A car accident along southbound Route 29 at Route 40 left one woman injured in Ellicott City Tuesday evening after her vehicle rolled over, according to the Howard County Department of Fire & Rescue Services.
United Way of Central Maryland announced on July 23 that $450,000 in grants will go toward programming to support United Way's goal of building self-sufficient families and stronger communities in Howard County.
This week, local campers took advantage of the summer sessions Howard County Art's Council provided. Visual and performing arts summer camps were offered, including eight week-long sessions for students entering grades K-7.
The Howard County Library System took several big "e-steps" in electronic programming over the past month, including becoming the first public library system in Maryland to offer, free of charge, an education catalog of 3,600 streaming video classes and 150,000 tutorials.
Dr. Howard W. Jones Jr., a Johns Hopkins physician who pioneered research into in vitro fertilization and oversaw the birth of the first "test tube" baby, died of respiratory failure Friday at Sentara Heart Hospital in Virginia, according to Johns Hopkins Medicine. He was 104
The Federal Emergency Management Agency, after shooting down the state's request for disaster aid for the second time last week, said there are other avenues Maryland can pursue to cover costs associated with rioting that broke out after the death of Freddie Gray.
E-cigarettes - battery-powered devices that allow smokers to inhale nicotine without producing the noxious smoke of a traditional cigarette - have blossomed into a $1.5 billion industry since being introduced in the United States less than a decade ago.
Carroll County government is attempting to solve several growing issues in the Freedom area — such as traffic congestion, a lack of job opportunities, and high housing prices and shortages — with the development of a new Freedom plan.
Four of five Howard County Council members voted on Friday to overturn County Executive Allan Kittleman's veto of a bill that creates a set of nutritional guidelines for the food and drinks sold in Howard County government vending machines.
The Carroll County Board of Commissioners has granted county staffers greater leeway in approving project spending changes, a decision that sparked debate between the board's members on the appropriate level of such autonomy and accountability.
The federal government has denied an appeal from the state over disaster aid, leaving in place an earlier decision denying millions of dollars to help pay for costs associated with rioting that broke out after the death of Freddie Gray.
By the time the scene of a police shooting in the 200 block of S. Augusta Avenue in Irvington was cleared, four onlookers had been arrested — one after being Tased — in what Interim Police Commissioner Kevin Davis would later describe as an "emotionally charged moment."
When the Catonsville recreation softball season ended earlier this summer, the players on the Catonsville Chaos 12-and-under squad came together and turned into one competitive focused unit of all-stars. That dedication paid off when they Chaos won their final tournament of the summer.
Police officers and members of the Howard County community are joining forces Aug. 4 for National Night Out, an evening of events intended to generate participation and support for local crime prevention activities.
Howard County's Office of Transportation representatives expressed the possibility of future bus rapid transit (BRT) ridership in the county during the Public Transportation Board meeting Tuesday evening in Ellicott City.
More than two-thirds of Howard County voters support a bill that would create nutritional standards for the food and drinks sold in vending machines on county property, according to the results of a poll commissioned by The Horizon Foundation.
Dave Trumbo left Liberty High following the 2006 season to become the head coach of the Stevenson University women's volleyball program. Shortly after arriving at Stevenson, Trumbo expanded the game again when he started the "Spike It" Volleyball Camp, which is designed for high school players and experienced club players who are entering the eighth and ninth grades.
The parents of a Folly Quarter Middle School student who was the victim of a substitute teacher convicted of child pornography are suing the teacher and the Howard County Public School System for a combined total of more than $500,000, according to a complaint filed in Howard County Circuit Court.
HYATTSVILLE -- A group of prominent Hispanic elected leaders, including state Sen. Victor R. Ramirez, announced Tuesday they are backing former Prince George's County State's Attorney Glenn Ivey's run Congress, representing one of the first efforts by any candidate in Maryland to publicly court the constituency.
Mike Millemann has spent nearly 50 years representing the disempowered, the despised and the dispossessed, from convicted murderers and abandoned mental patients to taxpayers stuck with the tab left by a crooked pol
On April 28 — just hours before the first nightly curfew would go into effect in Baltimore — Nathan Willner wrote an email to a neighborhood liaison in the office of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake thanking her for "verbally authorizing" volunteers with the Jewish safety patrol groups Shomrim and Chaverim to be out past 10 p.m.
Art by Rodgers Forge artis Kristin Helberg, 67, hangs in the the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture in Baltimore, The William J. Clinton Library and Museum in Little Rock, Ark. and the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.