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Howard County to extend North Tunnel in Ellicott City flood mitigation plan  

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball announced changes to the  Ellicott City Safe & Sound plan  that would extend the North Tunnel, eliminating the need for the previously...

AACC recognized as military friendly school 

Military Friendly has recently designated Anne Arundel Community College as a 2021-22 Military Friendly School for its efforts that improve the lives of veterans...

Evolving cyber threats target satellites

Vulnerabilities can keep you awake at night. Will your computer be hacked? Will your business computers be held for ransom? How safe are satellites...

Legislature to decide next step for betting on sports

What happens under the roof of a $12 million project at Hanover’s Live! Casino is now up to the Maryland House of Delegates. The legislators...

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...

Pittman maintains indoor dining at 25 percent

After a two-day court hearing considering the county’s suspension of indoor dining in front of the Anne Arundel County Circuit Court, County Executive Steuart...

Howard project awarded $2.5M grant

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has awarded a grant of $2.47 million to Patuxent Commons, a unique and innovative housing development proposed for...

Ball announces more HoCo RISE grants

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball announced additional CARES Act funding through a second round of HoCo RISE business grants. Howard County distributed more than $1.6...

Howard plastic bag fee starts Oct. 1

All stores in Howard County who provide customers a disposable plastic bag at the point of sale are required to charge 5 cents per...
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Greenfields Community Living Project breaks ground

Groundbreaking was held for the Greenfields Community Living Project, in Jessup. This project is an investment of $990,000 by iHomes Inc. a 501(3)(c) nonprofit...

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