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Arundel’s Pittman extends COVID restrictions

Citing continuing high COVID-19 case rates and hospitalization numbers, County Executive Steuart Pittman signed a new executive order on January 13 reinforcing the restrictions...

Anne Arundel to provide internet to some students

Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman has allocated $150,000 of funding to provide internet service to low-income families and students through Comcast’s Internet Essentials...

Rutherford announces Small Business Reserve program

Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford announced executive order 01.01.2021.01, signed by Gov. Larry Hogan, enhancing the state’s Small Business Reserve (SBR) Program. Speaking at the...

Casinos generate $119.4M in December

Maryland’s six casinos generated $119,356,448 in gaming revenue during December 2020. The total represents a decrease of 19.9 percent (-$29,731,046) compared to the December...

HCPSS Partners with Jemicy School

The Howard County Public School System (HCPSS) has partnered with the Jemicy School to increase staff understanding of the science of reading and dyslexia,...

Howard County reopens Welcome Center

The Howard County Welcome Center, located at 8267 Main Street in Ellicott City, has reopened with limited hours from 12-4 p.m. on Saturday and...

Timeline released for New Cultural Center

  The Howard County Council has finalized funding for a transformative first-class New Cultural Center (NCC) in Downtown Columbia. This project has been in development for...

Pittman begins FY’22 budget planning

Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman will host seven online Budget Town Halls during the next month to discuss the upcoming fiscal 2022 budget....

Where’s my vaccine? Ball rolls out plan for distribution in Howard County

The high stakes coordination of COVID-19 vaccine distribution is getting fully underway. “To date our Health Department has received 4,500 doses of vaccine and has...

Council approves $137M arts center funding

Following years of passionate debate and changes, the Howard County Council approved funding for the New Cultural Center in downtown Columbia on Jan. 4. Councilmembers...

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