Top News: New Park Plan for Columbia, $3 Million for Ellicott City and Booming Business for Ravens Cupcakes
Patch rounds up the top Howard County headlines of the week.
County official says a rebuilt Lot D, updated stormwater management and land acquisition are all on the table.
The store is getting ready for a large order for Super Bowl 2013.
A critical discussion of the plan has already begun on local blogs.
Police arrested two people suspected to be involved in one robbery in which coffee was thrown at the gas station's clerk.
Officials are warning that the storm Friday afternoon could cause complications.
County Executive will pick from the caw-cophony of puns submitted and deliver breakfast to the winner.
This information is supplied by the Howard County Police Department.
The fast-food chain will give away a free pre-selected breakfast entree on Jan. 24, 31 and Feb. 7.
Sanjay Ayre won the silver medal as part of the Jamaican men's 4x400 sprint team, now he's starting a training business in Howard County and coaching at HCC.
Police released a grainy photo of the suspect on Tuesday.
A new yoga studio will be opening in February.
The fee, proposed to satisfy a new state law, would pay for mitigation projects to protect the Chesapeake Bay.
One person will win a year of dining, activities and pampering.
The 28-year-old chain continues to struggle.
Police say the man called one church 60 times in 10 days.