Vehicle Replacement Fund Offered to Ellicott City Flood VictimsEllicott City Partnership and Heritage Toyota Catonsville have joined forces to provide financial support to flood victims who lost vehicles in the July 30th storm.
Flood-Ravaged Ellicott City Back Open for BusinessA major announcement for downtown Ellicott City, 10 weeks after devastating floods killed two people and washed away homes and businesses, Main Street will be open for business Thursday.
Ellicott City Main Street To Reopen ThursdayTwo months after a flash flood hit downtown Ellicott City, the Main Street will reopen to pedestrians and vehicles at 5 p.m. Thursday.
Community Rallies for Ellicott City Through MusicThe Main Street Music Festival at Merriweather Post Pavilion happened on Saturday night, with all proceeds going to the flood victims.
Large Portion of Ellicott City Main Street Now OpenAfter almost two months since the flooding of downtown Ellicott City, a larger portion of Main Street is open to the public once again.
Howard Co. Thanks Ellicott City Church for Flooding RefugeIt was a gesture of gratitude for a church that opened its doors in the wake of a disaster.
Limited Access In Ellicott City As Rebuilding ContinuesA portion of Ellicott City that was expected to open to foot traffic on Monday remains closed as crews continue to rebuild the flood ravaged town.
Police Investigate Fatal Crash In Howard CountyPolice say a Chevy Cruze was traveling southbound when it left the roadway for an unknown reason and struck a tree.
Baltimore Breweries Provide Some 'Ryelief' For Ellicott CityThere's some relief on tap for Ellicott City at some bars and restaurants around Baltimore, thanks to an effort by local brewing communities.
Man Dies After Falling From Scaffolding In Ellicott CityHoward County police identify a worker who died after falling off a scaffolding in Ellicott City.
Thanks To 4 Breweries, 'Ryelief' For Flooded Md. BusinessesFour Maryland breweries are collaborating on a beer dubbed "Ryelief" that will benefit businesses affected by flooding in July.
State of Emergency Extended In Ellicott City Until September 20Ellicott City Council has decided to extend the state of emergency until September 20, after flood waters swept through historic Main Street killing two people.

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