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  1. Gliese a natural at depicting natureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Baltimore Sun

    When Marian Gliese looks at the natural world around her, she tends to see things in a stylistically whimsical and streamlined way. Her exhibit at the Artists' Gallery, "Natural Beauty," is filled with such immediately recognizable subjects as birds, insects and flowers, but her treatment is more poetic than literal-minded.

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  2. Planning board approves zoning amendments for new courthouse development plansRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Baltimore Sun

    Plans for a new county courthouse took a step forward Thursday when the county's planning board approved zoning amendments for the proposed location on Bendix Road in Columbia. The zoning amendments identified the courthouse as a permitted use for the property's zoning type, "Employment Center-Industrial."

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  3. New candidates enter race for county council, executive, state SenateRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Baltimore Sun

    Republican Darren Vilus, 30, of Columbia, filed with the state board of elections last week to run against Kittleman in the primary election in June 2018. He is the first candidate of any political party to do so.

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  4. Gerald F. Doyle, a retired Baltimore public schools educator and portrait painterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | The Baltimore Sun

    Gerald F. Doyle, a retired city public schools art educator, portrait painter and Navy veteran who worked tirelessly to have the remains of his brother, a Korean War POW who died in captivity, returned to Baltimore, died Saturday of congestive heart failure at his Roland Park Place home. "For those who knew Jerry well, you quickly learned he never met a stranger.

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  5. William K.S. Tobin, former dean of the National Cryptologic SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 15 | The Baltimore Sun

    William K.S. Tobin, a former dean of the National Security Agency's National Cryptologic School and a Middle East expert, died of heart failure Saturday at his Ellicott City home. He was 79. The son of Harold James Tobin, a Dartmouth College professor, and Margaret Gilfillan, a homemaker, William Kilborne Stewart Tobin was born in Hanover, N.H., and raised in Manhattan, where he graduated in 1955 from the Collegiate School.

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  6. Howard County, Baltimore under flash flood warningsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 15 | The Baltimore Sun

    Downpours were dumping a quick inch or two of rain on parts of the Baltimore region, including Ellicott City, on Tuesday, prompting the National Weather Service to issue flash flood warnings. Meteorologists said a quick inch of rain fell around midday in Baltimore, and as much as two inches fell on parts of eastern Howard.

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  7. Howard Bancorp to acquire 1st Mariner BankRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 15 | The Baltimore Sun

    Howard Bancorp, Inc., will acquire 1st Mariner Bank, in a $163.4 million merger of two Maryland-based banks that will create the largest community bank in Baltimore, with $2.1 billion in assets, it announced Tuesday. The banks will consolidate branches and operate 21 offices across the Baltimore region under the Howard Bank name, headquartered at the 1st Mariner offices in Baltimore, officials said.

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  8. County executive, council to consider moving confederate monumentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 14 | The Baltimore Sun

    The Confederate monument outside the county's Circuit Court building was originally dedicated in 1948, and bears the names of 92 Confederate soldiers from Howard County. The Confederate monument outside the county's Circuit Court building was originally dedicated in 1948, and bears the names of 92 Confederate soldiers from Howard County.

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  9. Growing season peaks with National Farmers Market Week in Howard CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 10 | The Baltimore Sun

    TLV Tree Farm owner Jamie Brown said business is typically highest late in the summer as more crops reach the height of their seasons. He participates in five markets throughout the area.

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  10. Roughly Speaking podcast: This Old Valve HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 10 | The Baltimore Sun

    We hear about an abandoned "castle" in Baltimore that, with a little love and a few million bucks, could probably become a coffee house, farmers market or concert venue. It's this old Valve House in Clifton Park .

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  11. From socks to resale, Delica finds her niche with Clothes MentorRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 9 | The Baltimore Sun

    When Suzanne Delica was a little girl, she would use her mother's old socks to make clothes for her Barbie dolls by cutting sweetheart necklines and cinching them close around the dolls' waists with ribbon. "I had Barbies, but not all the clothes to go with them," Delica said.

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  12. Cooler temperatures bring big crowds for Howard County Fair's Sunday paradeRead the original story

    Monday Aug 7 | The Baltimore Sun

    Day 2 of the 2017 Howard County Fair at the Howard County Fairgrounds in West Friendship on Sunday, August 6, 2017. The second day of the 72nd annual Howard County Fair was a comfortable, sunny day for funnel cakes, carnival games and the fair's grand opening parade.

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  13. Square dancing keeps crowd swinging at Howard County FairRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 6 | The Baltimore Sun

    Howard County Times reporter Andrew Michaels joins the Tom Thumb Square Dance Club for an evening of square dancing at the 72nd Annual Howard County Fair. Howard County Times reporter Andrew Michaels joins the Tom Thumb Square Dance Club for an evening of square dancing at the 72nd Annual Howard County Fair.

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  14. Howard County to offer courses to educate residents on planning, zoningRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 3 | The Baltimore Sun

    Howard County is launching PlanHoward Academy next month to educate residents about the planning and zoning process as the county embarks on a major rewrite of zoning regulations. The free, four-part course will cover topics including zoning regulations, growth policies, planning for developments and how residents can voice concerns on development issues, said Amy Gowan, deputy director of the Department of Planning and Zoning.

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  15. Howard County's health-conscious pet owners turn to an array of specialty foodRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 2 | The Baltimore Sun

    Teddy, a 12-week-old Nova Scotia duck tolling retriever, tries grain-free food from Blue Buffalo, one of the brands sold at Bark!, a specialty pet supply store with a location in Clarksville. Teddy, a 12-week-old Nova Scotia duck tolling retriever, tries grain-free food from Blue Buffalo, one of the brands sold at Bark!, a specialty pet supply store with a location in Clarksville.

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  16. Howard County Striders marks Columbia's 2,000th Bagel RunRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 2 | The Baltimore Sun

    On Saturdays, the Howard County Striders Bagel Run in Columbia starts at 10400 Cross Fox Lane and ends at the Bagel Bin on 10451 Twin Rivers Road. On Saturdays, the Howard County Striders Bagel Run in Columbia starts at 10400 Cross Fox Lane and ends at the Bagel Bin on 10451 Twin Rivers Road.

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  17. 10 things you didn't know about Inner Arbor Trust's Nina BasuRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 2 | The Baltimore Sun

    Nina Basu is president and CEO of Inner Arbor Trust Inc. She is inside the Chrysalis on the grounds of Merriweather Post Pavilion. Nina Basu is president and CEO of Inner Arbor Trust Inc. She is inside the Chrysalis on the grounds of Merriweather Post Pavilion.

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  18. State officials say amusement ride inspections remain 'rigorous...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 2 | The Baltimore Sun

    In the wake of a man's death July 26 on a ride at the Ohio State Fair, Howard County Fair Association president Mickey Day said Maryland's rigorous ride inspection process should ease concerns of county fairgoers. Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation inspectors were expected to be at the Howard County Fairgrounds beginning Aug. 2 to continue ride inspections before the fair's midway opens to the public at noon Saturday.

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  19. Residents, officers come together on National Night Out in Howard CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 1 | The Baltimore Sun

    Trinity Jordan, 10, of Ellicott City, tests out sitting on a police motorcycle during National Night Out in Ellicott City on Tuesday. Trinity Jordan, 10, of Ellicott City, tests out sitting on a police motorcycle during National Night Out in Ellicott City on Tuesday.

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  20. Howard police investigate mass vehicle burglary in ColumbiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 1 | The Baltimore Sun

    Thirty-three vehicles were broken into overnight Saturday in East Columbia though thieves got away with few stolen items, Howard County police reported Monday. "Only a few items were reported stolen, [including] sunglasses, a digital camera and lens, cash and bank cards," said Seth Hoffman, a spokesman for the police department.

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