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An Ellicott City-based group that minds the Patapsco River watershed wins $500 from Patch.
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The Maryland Court of Appeals has ruled that owners of pit bulls are liable for damages caused by attacks by the breed.
Fans of Dozer, the goldendoodle, will have the chance to meet him in May.
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Maryland veterans talk about getting passed over for jobs—and how to change that.
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The Lanterns of Hope brings Cherrybration Days to Ellicott City.
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Williamson's Nursery sign signals spring on Frederick Road.
The Arbor Day Foundation recognized Howard County for the 22nd year in a row.
The four-year, $250,000 annual contract for Howard County's new superintendent Renee Foose was unanimously approved Thursday.
Another ice cream shop is opening in the Historic District.
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