Howard County News
Warm weather means great outdoor festivals, and this year is no exception. Tim Bracken previews the M3 Festival.
Howard County executive to announce anti-bullying program
Trial starts for man accused of killing wife in Howard County more than 20 years ago
Police and fire units responded to a two-alarm fire linked to arson in Columbia, Md. Friday night. No one was injured by the blaze but the suspect is still at large.
Concerts this summer at Merriweather Post Pavilion will range from Great White to Alice Cooper to The Postal Service.
Man sentencing for embezzling $400,000 from employee association
A Silver Alert for a missing Howard County man has been canceled.
Several Oakland Mills High School students are facing attempted murder and robbery charges in connection with a March 1 attack on a cab driver.
Howard County police investigate reported home invasion in Jessup
Group aims to limit Muslim development of former Catholic school in rural Howard County, Md.
Laurel police officers will start to wear small cameras that the department hopes will hopefully put an end to disputes at traffic stops and other situations.
More and more school systems are thinking about changing their start times to gear them to the biological clock of teens.
Maryland Delegate Jon S. Cardin is putting forth a bill that would make publicly posted cyberbullying a crime in Maryland, thus closing the loophole that exempts harmful material transmitted via social media websites.
The Mayor of Laurel has declared an immediate municipal civil emergency due to release of water from Howard Duckett Dam.
A program that teaches military veterans how to start a business is expanding from its Eastern Shore roots to two more Maryland counties.
Sugar beet molasses will cover the highway this winter.
The number of children allegedly abused by a teacher's aide at the Maryland School for the Deaf in Columbia has risen to seven.
At around 3 a.m. Friday, Cpl. Craig Ream with the Howard County Police Department was driving to work when he spotted something.
A 17-year-old Howard County high school student was taken to Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore on Tuesday morning after being hit by a car on his way to school.
Howard County police believe five teens were leaving Mt. Hebron High School parking lot when they pulled directly into the path of a large tree service truck. All five teens were injured.
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