Clown School Opens and One Incredible Holiday Light Display: Top News
Headlines from Howard County Patches for the week of Dec. 16 - Dec. 21.
The parents of Josephine Gay, who was born in Howard County, remembered their daughter who was killed in the Sandy Hook school shooting on Friday, Dec. 14.
Three men reportedly barged into a Columbia residence and held a man and woman captive in their family room.
Five of the liquor stores were in Elkridge.
The middle school is one of just six in the state to earn the national designation.
The Maryland State Highway Administration is planning to route traffic back onto the Patapsco Bridge after two years of renovation work.
Dale Audet may spend 18 months in jail for his involvement in a deadly collision in Elkridge.
Patch readers made a real difference in helping to save nearly 350 dogs this year.
The two men pleaded guilty to being involved with a methamphetamine lab inside an Elkridge hotel room.
Police said three masked men stole cash and Nike shoes as well as the puppy in the armed robbery.
This Durham Road home is one of the 24 finalists in Patch’s Deck the House contest. Vote now to help this entry win $100,000 for Howard County schools.
Former Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey clown opens Center Ring Circus School in Columbia.
Despite concrete knowledge about the mental health of Adam Lanza, or what it would mean, a conversation has arisen in Howard County and across the nation about access to care.
The discount division of the well-known department store will open at Columbia Crossing.
Howard County Executive said he'd also support restrictions on magazine size.
Columbia Association announced Monday they would build a gym on the lake level of the iconic downtown building.
Howard county schools are asking students to be responsible on social media.