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  • Questions remain regarding Howard Co. homeless center

    Questions remain regarding Howard Co. homeless center
    There was a serious mismatch between the questions asked and the answers provided at last week's meeting discussing a project for the homeless ("Kittleman, housing officials to attend meeting on planned Jessup homeless center," Jan. 12)
  • Economy sluggish, jurisdictions look to cut budgets

    Economy sluggish, jurisdictions look to cut budgets
    Government workers in Harford County are being encouraged to take early retirement. In Howard County, departments have been told to cut costs by 5 percent. Baltimore City officials are preparing to close a $15 million shortfall. Midway through the...

    Hogan, Rawlings-Blake meet over dinner, discuss Red Line, State Center

    Hogan, Rawlings-Blake meet over dinner, discuss Red Line, State Center
    Gov.-elect Larry Hogan and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake dined at Johnny's in Roland Park on Monday evening — the latest of the Republican's efforts to reach across the aisle to the state's leading Democrats. It was the first time the incoming...

    Ulman's next step: revitalize College Park

    Ulman's next step: revitalize College Park
    In the private sector for the first time in 12 years, former Howard County executive Ken Ulman has launched a consulting firm to offer economic development advice. Ulman's first job: helping the University of Maryland in College Park try to remake...

    Howard council works for developers

    Howard council works for developers
    We in Howard County have elected a new county executive, but we still have the same old tired, bored Howard County Council. The "new" council is still rubber-stamping Ken Ulman's paybacks to developers. This "new" council, like the old, has never met...