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Yoga for seniors- Bending, stretching for longer, better life

Seniors should be focusing on working large muscle groups; oxygenating the brain through interval training and improving balance to prevent falls. Jeff Smith, a personal...

Q & A with Pamela Jordan–Serving the fastest growing demographic

After spending years in the land use arena, Pamela Jordan considered running the county’s Department of Aging and Disabilities. Once on the job, she...

Hospital receives $500K donation

Howard County General Hospital (HCGH) received a $500,000 donation from Ellicott City-residents Cyndi and Ron Gula to support the hospital’s campus construction project. Cyndi and...

REMAKING
 DOWNTOWN
 COLUMBIA–Gregg Fitchitt at the helm for redevelopment

Parents of philosophy majors, take heart: a philosophy major not only got a job, he got the top job. Greg Fitchitt, the newly appointed Regional...

Q&A with Lou Zagarino – Meet the BWI Business District Icon

The name of Lou Zagarino is synonymous with the BWI Business District. Few people have invested as much time, money and energy into building...

HCEDA board elects new chair, vice chair

The Howard County Economic Development Authority (HCEDA) Board of Directors unanimously voted to elect Steven Snelgrove, president of Johns Hopkins Medicine – Howard County...

Book chronicles dispensary opening by local women

Two local women in the cannabis industry, Dr. Leslie Apgar and Gina Dubbé, co-owners of Greenhouse Wellness, in Ellicott City, have written High Heals:...

Kann Partners Join Waldon

Baltimore architect, Donald Kann, and the employees of Baltimore-based Kann Partners, have joined Columbia-based Waldon Studio Architects (WSA), expanding the firm’s capabilities and increasing...

Q&A with Tonya Kennon– New library leader plans for the future

Nearly six months ago Tonya (pronounced TONE-ya) Kennon took leadership of the Howard County Library System (HCLS). Kennon joined HCLS following a long career...

City of Laurel Mourns Passing of Rev. Litchfield

Laurel Mayor Craig Moe announced the passing of Rev. Warren Litchfield on Thursday, June 6. Litchfield was born and raised in Laurel, graduated from...

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