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  • Brown, Hogan to hold first TV debate Tuesday

    Brown, Hogan to hold first TV debate Tuesday
    Democrat Anthony G. Brown and Republican Larry Hogan will meet Tuesday in their first televised debate in an increasingly vitriolic campaign for governor. The hourlong encounter, sponsored by The Baltimore Sun and WJZ-TV, will be taped in the morning...
  • 9 candidates write letter to City Council, call for re-vote on vacant seat after 'tainted' process

    9 candidates write letter to City Council, call for re-vote on vacant seat after 'tainted' process
    Nine candidates on Monday called the selection process to chose a new City Council member for Baltimore’s 11th District an “insult” — and demanded a new vote. In a letter sent to the members of the City Council, nine of 14...
  • Installation of new generators part of upgrades at Savage water plant

    Installation of new generators part of upgrades at Savage water plant
    A project to install emergency generators at the Little Patuxent Water Reclamation Plant at 8900 Greenwood Place in Savage is scheduled to begin Monday. Three 2,500-kilowatt emergency power generators and 15-kilovolt switchgear will be installed to...
  • Self-serving self promotion in Howard County [Letter]

    The headline "Howard County applauds Howard County" (Sept. 18) is perfect for this tale of shameless self-promotion. Hanging 242 banners is being spun as a way of attracting tourism. Do you choose your tourist destination based on the locale's libraries,...
  • First phase of $45 million, 101-acre Troy Park in Elkridge set to open

    First phase of $45 million, 101-acre Troy Park in Elkridge set to open
    The first two athletic fields at Elkridge's Troy Park were expected to open over the weekend, marking the official opening of the $45 million, 101-acre park that officials say will be a premier regional sports facility. "It will be the largest sports...
  • Rutherford accepts Ulman's debate challenge

    Rutherford accepts Ulman's debate challenge
    The candidates for lieutenant governor agreed on Wednesday to debate one another, but reached no deal on when or where the political showdown would be.  A day after settling on the final televised debate schedule for Republican Larry Hogan and...
  • Ulman fund founder leaving Livestrong to become CEO at Ohio-based cancer organization

    Ulman fund founder leaving Livestrong to become CEO at Ohio-based cancer organization
    Doug Ulman, a Howard County native and founder of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, has been named president and CEO of Pelotonia, a cycling organization that raises money for cancer research, according to officials of the Ohio-based organization....
  • Brown, Hogan agree to third TV debate

    Brown, Hogan agree to third TV debate
    Democrat Anthony G. Brown and Republican Larry Hogan have agreed to a third televised debate in the race for governor, WBAL-TV in Baltimore confirmed Tuesday. WBAL news director Michelle Butt said both campaigns have accepted an invitation to meet Oct....
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...