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Spring is prime time for ticks. These tiny, biting creatures feed on warm-blooded animals, including people, and can transmit serious illness through their bites.
What would summer be without fun? Help make camp come true for a deserving child.
The Gino Award, a $2,000 purchase award to be presented during Paint It! Ellicott City, is named in honor of the late artist Gino Manelli.
Governor O’Malley signed the $3.7 billion FY2014 Capital Budget into law Thursday.
It's expensive to change start times? How much is it costing us to maintain the status quo?
Why are Ellicott City teachers continuing to pay for school supplies out of their own pocket? According to a recent study, 6.4 million U.S. public school teachers spend over $3 billion every year.
Hunt Valley Dealership Donates Portion of Subaru Sale Proceeds and Creates Community Donation Center
Pluto and Gigi are the Pets of the Week.
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