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Howard announces $200M bond sale at lowered rate

A total of $200,230,000 of Consolidated Public Improvement, Metropolitan District and refunding bonds were priced and have been sold by Howard via a competitive...

Ruppersberger helps boost Chesapeake Bay funding to historic $85M

Congressman C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger and his colleagues on the House Appropriations Committee have passed two bills funding key investments to the Chesapeake Bay, including...

Ball announces Ellicott City flood plan

As part of his Safe and Sound plan, Howard County Executive Calvin Ball announced his decision on a comprehensive flood mitigation plan for Ellicott...

Marylanders can enroll for Health Insurance via tax returns

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller, and House Speaker Adrienne Jones signed a first-of-its-kind health care enrollment bill into law....

Is it time to elect the zoning board?

Howard County Council members serve three primary functions. They are the county’s legislative branch, the Zoning Board and the front line for constituent services. Does...

Pittman presents ‘Move Anne Arundel’ plan

Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman unveiled the first draft of the county’s Move Anne Arundel transportation master plan. Pittman encouraged residents to provide...

Howard gets AAA rating

Howard County has received the highest possible credit rating, AAA, from all three bond rating agencies. Fitch Ratings, Moody’s Investor Services and Standard &...

Commerce launches STEMConnect

The Maryland Department of Commerce has launched STEMConnect, an interactive database of educational, internship and apprenticeship opportunities in federal agencies and military installations throughout...

GSA replaces DUNS with SAMMI

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) recently announced the award of a $41.8 million-dollar five-year contract to Ernst and Young LLP (EY) that will...

Demand rising for senior housing- New sites needed for growing population

“There’s not enough senior housing in Howard County,” said Kelly Cimino, director of the Howard County Department of Housing and Community Development. One solution may...

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