Merriweather Post Pavilion Promoter To Require Patrons To Be Vaccinated For COVID-19Last week, concert promoter I.M.P. announced they would require proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID-19 test as a condition of entering any of their venues, including Merriweather Post Pavilion. On Thursday, they announced that that requirement would be getting stricter.
Howard Community College Pays Off Outstanding Debt For More Than 2K StudentsHoward Community College announced that they will clear student debt for more than 2,000 students.
Howard County Police Investigating Fatal Crash In Annapolis JunctionAbout 8 a.m. Wednesday morning, David Lee Rice, of Glenelg, was on the Guilford Road bridge when the driver of a 2007 GMC Sierra heading northbound crossed into the other lane.
DC Man Shot By Police In Jessup Charged With AssaultA 31-year-old D.C. man has been charged after an incident Monday night in which he was shot by a Howard County police officer.
Officials Break Ground On Pond In Ellicott City To Assist With Dangerous FloodingState and local leaders broke ground on a new pond in Ellicott City on Monday. The pond is expected to help prevent a repeat of the 2016 and 2018 floods. 
Suspect In Elkridge Theft From Store Shot, Wounded By Police After Hitting Their CarA man shot by police is suffering non-life-threatening injuries and two officers are injured after their vehicle was rammed following a confrontation in Jessup, Howard County police said on Monday.
Driver Strikes, Kills Pedestrian In Columbia, Howard County Police SayHoward County Police are investigating after a woman was struck and killed by a car in Columbia about 3:30 a.m. Saturday.
Wall Of Hope Aims To Lift Spirits In Ellicott CityIt's no secret - this historic stretch of downtown Ellicott City has been through its fair share of challenges: two major floods in 2016 and 2018, and then the pandemic crippled businesses. So, two groups - Centennial Wealth Management and the Ellicott City Partnership came together with an idea, a wall of hope.
School Districts Deal With Bus Driver Shortage Exacerbated By PandemicThe road back to school is a little bumpy for some local districts. They're dealing with a major bus driver shortage, just weeks away from the start of the new year.
Baltimore-Area Black-Owned Businesses Mark National Black Business MonthAugust is National Black Business Month, a time to celebrate Black-owned businesses and Black entrepreneurs.
Howard County Reaches 'Substantial Level' COVID-19 TransmissionDespite one of the highest vaccination rates in the state, Howard County announced Wednesday it has reached "substantial level" COVID-19 transmission by CDC standards. 
Dozens Participate In Casey Cares 5K In ColumbiaDozens of people laced up their sneakers Saturday for a good cause. People came out to run or walk in the 12th annual Casey cares 5K.
Centennial Park To Receive Nearly $8M In UpgradesHoward County Executive Calvin Ball announced Thursday Centennial Park West is set to receive new turf playing fields, new paths and light replacements thanks to an $8 million state grant. 
Howard County Government Buildings Reopen To Public MondayHoward County Executive Calvin Ball announced Monday that all of the county's government buildings are open to the public. 
Murder Of Pregnant Woman Rabiah Ahmad, Daughter Ahja Still Unsolved One Year LaterHoward County Police are asking for information in an unsolved murder of a mother and her baby that happened one year ago today.