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Howard DPW Seeks Input on Recycling Habits

The Howard County Department of Public Works’ (DPW) Bureau of Environmental Services Recycling Division released an online survey to gather community input regarding recycling...

Main Street Upgrade Includes New Amenities

In the wake of major floods in July 2016 and May 2018 that destroyed much of downtown Ellicott City, Howard County has unveiled plans...

Carroll Baldwin Hall Renovations Funded

Howard County has announced the beginning of a $600,000 project to restore deteriorated portions of historic Carroll Baldwin Hall, in Savage. The project will restore...

Calvin Ball Wins Howard County Executive Seat

Democrat Calvin Ball unseated his Republican rival, incumbent Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman, in a decisive election victory Tuesday night. With 100 percent of precincts...

Anne Arundel Breaks Ground on Three Schools

Anne Arundel County officials recently took part in a ceremonial groundbreaking for three long-awaited elementary school projects in Edgewater, Annapolis and Glen Burnie. A...

Arundel Announces Revitalization Plan

Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh has announced a new  (ACR) Fund revitalization initiative designed to target and promote redevelopment within existing developed neighborhoods. “Encouraging...

Talbott Springs School Gets State Support

The designees for the Maryland Interagency Commission on School Construction (IAC) agreed to support the construction of a replacement school building for Talbott Springs...

Buy Maryland Cyber Tax Credit Opens

The Maryland Department of Commerce is accepting applications for the new Buy Maryland Cybersecurity Tax Credit, designed to encourage small businesses to purchase cybersecurity...

Howard Holds Conference on Human Trafficking

Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman and the Office of Human Trafficking Prevention recently held the county’s first conference to highlight efforts to identify, eliminate...

Schuh Signs Mental Health Legislation

Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh recently signed legislation to expand mental health services for residents. The $470,000 annual effort will fund two new Mental...

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