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Centennial High School will perform Dec. 20 at the Midwest Clinic in Chicago, the largest international band and orchestra conference in the world. A joyful... [Read More]
Wilderness Farm, the 32nd annual Decorator Show House of Historic Ellicott City Inc., will be open to the public Sept. 21 to Oct. 21. [Read More]
The 17-foot fishing and pleasure boat on display at a memorial service for John L. Champion spoke volumes about the man. [Read More]
In the world of drug addiction treatment, the term "harm reduction" basically means just as it sounds — strategies to reduce the potential for harmful... [Read More]
A groundbreaking ceremony for the biggest, most expensive — and most inclusive — playground in a Howard County-owned park will take place at 9 a.m.... [Read More]
Nearly 100 descendants of three brothers who left Ireland in 1797 to settle in what would become Howard County learned new details about their ancestors'... [Read More]
Dressed in a frock coat and vest, Bill Grimmette dons an untamed gray wig and salt-and-pepper mustache and beard to complete his physical transformation. ... [Read More]
A new podcast from the Howard County health department is letting residents listen in as local experts discuss community issues of concern — starting with... [Read More]
The search began four years ago when a local representative of a city in China took scouting trips to Rockville and Frederick, among other places.... [Read More]
The stabilized ruins of the Patapsco Female Institute sit high on a hill in historic Ellicott City, overlooking the areas ravaged by flash flooding May... [Read More]
Tonya Kennon left her job as a library director in California to take over Howard County's system, which she admired from afar for its emphasis... [Read More]
A permanent exhibit of photographs and artifacts that will open May 6 features the kinds of items one might expect to see in an installation... [Read More]
Patapsco Heritage Greenway is preparing to pilot a behavior-change campaign in Elkridge to convince more dog owners to clean up after their pets. [Read More]
As visitors from Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Sri Lanka stood in a circle Wednesday in a clothing boutique in historic Ellicott City, they looked to... [Read More]
Ricardo Rowe calls two places home — his adopted hometown of Columbia and his birthplace in Hanover, Jamaica. To give back to both communities,... [Read More]
Toby Orenstein has been a fixture in Howard County since Columbia's founder, James W. Rouse, asked her to start a theater school in 1972, which... [Read More]
Barbara Allen's son died of a heroin and alcohol overdose 15 years ago, and her brother and a niece also lost their lives in drug-related... [Read More]
Young Ran Smith serves as president of the Howard County chapter of the League of Korean Americans of Maryland, a Silver Spring-based association. [Read More]
Bon Secours Retreat and Conference Center celebrates its 50th anniversary this year starting with a special Mass and reception on Jan. 29. [Read More]
What makes a successful community of writers? Fifteen local writers of all stripes, who have a lot to say on that subject and others,... [Read More]
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