Students at Mount Hebron High School in Ellicott City walked out of their classes Tuesday morning in response to the 30-second video which surfaced online last week.
Maryland Technology Development Corporation said in a statement Friday that Robert A. Rosenbaum, who served for more than five years, is leaving the organization to pursue other interests.
Howard County school officials are acting quickly after a high school student’s viral video mocks the Black Lives Matter movement.
A young woman who pleaded guilty to plotting her father’s stabbing death when she was 14 has been sentenced to 30 years in prison.
With a major storm expected in the next few days, local jurisdictions are offering tips to help residents prepare for the snow and cold.
Ideas might clash in the coming months. House members are getting set for votes to override Gov. Hogan’s vetoes from last year’s session.
A man who tried to ram two officers with his vehicle on Friday has been charged with attempted murder, Howard County police said.
Police in Howard County say they shot at a man who attempted to ram his vehicle into patrol officers but neither the man nor the officers were injured.
Rejecting an option that would have kept schools open on the Jewish High Holidays, the school board voted Thursday night to give students off days to also observe Diwali, Eid and the Lunar New Year.
A 20-year-old woman has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for her role in a friend’s fatal shooting during a robbery.
Gov. Larry Hogan has announced plans to spend $152 million to widen Route 32 in Howard County to Interstate 70.
Twyla Blackmon-Green of Elkridge was charged Monday in a criminal summons with 16 counts of theft, the Howard County police department said.
Howard County Police say one driver was killed and another was injured in a two-vehicle crash in Ellicott City.
A Montgomery County driver struck a Maryland State Trooper who was helping a disabled car’s driver in Howard County Thursday.
A public hearing on options for the Howard County Public Schools calendar drew a capacity crowd Thursday.