The weather yesterday was crazy. Really crazy.
A new landlord brought an end to a big marijuana business in Ellicott City. Howard County police said the home was the largest indoor growing operation they have ever discovered. Read More →
Hammond High School became the second Howard County school to stage a demonstration in response to a 30-second video of a Mount Hebron student’s racist diatribe. Read More →
“A principal’s work is never done,” according to Waterloo Elementary School Principal Sean Martin.
Pulling an 1,800 lb. horse out of a ditch takes more than a few guys, or even a few trucks. Howard County firefighters had to call in a construction crane to rescue a Clydesdale on Thursday. Read More →
There’s nothing like a trash strike to keep the holiday pileup intact. In Howard County, some 20,000 residents are being forced to keep the rubbish around a little longer. That’s because employees of one of the county’s five major collectors stopped picking up over a contract dispute. Read More →
Elections have sweet consequences in Howard County. In his first week in office, newly installed County Executive Allan Kittleman brought sugary drinks back to the suburban Baltimore county. Read More →
Fall is the most beautiful time of year in Baltimore. The air gets crisp, the sunsets are jewel-toned, the brightly-colored leaves seem to demand some peeping. Before you know it, though, those leaves will be gone and we’ll all be huddling in our parkas, dreaming of spring… so make sure to enjoy these gorgeous autumn days while they last. Here are three of my favorite Baltimore-centric ways to do so:
This summer the Mall in Columbia is welcoming four new retailers to its 70,000-square-foot open-air plaza, renovated and expanded in the fall of last year. Women’s clothing stores Anthropologie and Talbots will join Maggiano’s Little Italy and wine and grill bar Seasons 52 in laying down stakes at the Howard County shopping center.
These new openings are the second phase of the renovation at the Mall in Columbia, but they are only the beginning of the city’s three-decade plan to “develop 13 million square feet of retail, commercial, residential, hotel and cultural space.” Read More →
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