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State reverses major MTA budget cuts

Top officials from Howard County, Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City and Baltimore County joined to issue the following statement on major cuts to the...

Gov. Larry Hogan announces $3.7M for electric vehicle charging stations

Gov. Larry Hogan announced that $3.7 million in electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure is being awarded to 37 sites using funds from Maryland’s settlement...

Laurel to host market on Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday will be held by the City of Laurel’s Department of Economic and Community Development on Saturday, Nov. 28 – the day...

Kittleman, Weinstein Rebut Poll Results

Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman and District 1 County Councilmember Jon Weinstein released the following statement regarding poll results from Preservation Maryland regarding the...

Howard County releases plan to end homelessness

A new report jointly authored by the Howard County Department of Community Resources and Services’ Office of Community Partnerships and the Howard County Coalition...

Emrick named emergency management director

Preeti Emrick has been named Director of Emergency Management for Anne Arundel County. She joined the Office of Emergency Management (OEM) earlier this year...

Howard officials, community leaders respond to coronavirus

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball, who announced Howard County’s first coronavirus case on Sunday, recently gathered county officials and community stakeholders to announce new...

Maryland Casinos get $149.1M in December

Maryland Lottery and Gaming announced that December 2019 gaming revenues for the state’s six casinos were $149,087,494. The total represents a $706,081 (0.5 percent)...

A Bay Bridge too many

The cries of outrage and opposition by Anne Arundel officials of both parties were predictable when the Maryland Transportation Authority announced in August that...

Howard Fiscal ’20 Citizens’ Budget Hearing Set for Dec. 12

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball will hold his first Citizens’ Budget Hearing for the fiscal 2020 cycle on Wednesday, Dec. 12, at 7 p.m.,...

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