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Ken Ulman

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  • Construction to begin on Route 29 expansion in Columbia

    Construction to begin on Route 29 expansion in Columbia
    Work will begin Thursday on a long-planned project to expand a portion of Route 29 in Howard County that is considered a "major commuter bottleneck" near Columbia's town center, officials said. The $32.7 million project will see three miles of...
  • Two-wheel transportation gets rolling on Bike to Work Day [Commentary]

    Necessity, it's said, is the mother of invention. It moved Jason Orndorff to reinvent his look to resemble something from "Star Trek." As he wheeled into Friday's Bike to Work Day event at The Mall in Columbia, a red light flashed from the back of his...
  • Understanding the bully and the victim [Commentary]

    Understanding the bully and the victim  [Commentary]
    Emily Bazelon, author of a deeply researched book on teenage bullying titled "Sticks and Stones," tells this story on herself. She is riding a subway and a group of teens starts tormenting a vulnerable — poor or perhaps homeless — man. She...
  • Weeks of Columbia events planned in honor of Rouse

    Weeks of Columbia events planned in honor of Rouse
    How do you celebrate the 100th birthday of a man who never relished a lot of fuss, and who preferred to save his cake-cutting skills for parties that honored the city he created and loved? That's the question a cast of Columbia pioneers, business...
  • Elkridge library finally gets funds, attention it needs [Editorial]

     Elkridge library finally gets funds, attention it needs [Editorial]
    Ten years ago, a study showed that the Elkridge library needed to be more than twice its current size in order to meet the needs of the community.Then five years ago, a feasaibility study determined that renovation of the existing building would not be an...
  • Democrats plan two TV debates, one on radio

    Democrats plan two TV debates, one on radio
    The three Democratic contenders for governor have agreed on a plan to hold three broadcast debates — two televised and one on radio — before the June 24 primary, according to the campaign of Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown. Brown campaign...
  • A tragedy of undetermined cause [Editorial]

    A tragedy of undetermined cause  [Editorial]
    We join with those who mourn the young people who died in the senseless shooting at the Mall in Columbia Saturday morning. And we are grateful to those police and firefighters who fearlessly responded to the scene and extend our sympathies to those...
  • Cyber security firm moves to Columbia from Glen Burnie

    Cyber security firm moves to Columbia from Glen Burnie
    Convergence Technology Consulting relocated its office to Columbia, almost doubling the space it occupies, the Howard County Economic Development Authority announced Monday. The cyber security firm leased nearly 8,000 square feet in Columbia Gateway...
  • Gubernatorial candidates make their cases to Young Democrats

    Gubernatorial candidates make their cases to Young Democrats
    Maryland's Democratic candidates for governor made their cases to the party's youths Saturday, but for some, like Baltimore high school student Eric Brown, the race is still a tossup. Brown criticized all three candidates. Of Attorney General Douglas...
  • Rouse would love Symphony Woods plan [Letter]

    Rouse would love Symphony Woods plan [Letter]
    Howard County Executive Ken Ulman's visionary commitment to arts and culture and the Inner Arbor Trust's design of Symphony Woods benefits all in Howard County and honors the Rouse tradition ("Symphony Woods' development stirs more debate," March 13)....
  • Brown files elections complaint against Gansler

    Brown files elections complaint against Gansler
    Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown’s campaign for governor filed a formal complaint against his chief rival Thursday, alleging Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler broke state law by organizing fundraisers during the General Assembly session. Gansler’s...