Maryland County Executives Support Built To Learn Act, Bill Promises Over $2 Billion In School Construction FundingThe General Assembly is headed toward a landmark decision to build new schools. 
Howard County Executive Calvin Ball Agrees To Let Refugees Be Resettled In CountyHoward County Executive Calvin Ball Friday said he will allow the federal government to resettle refugees in the county through a State Department resettlement program.
Howard County Executive Calvin Ball Responds To Decision Not To Sound Flood Alarm System After Thursday's StormHoward County Executive Calvin Ball is responding to concerns about how Thursday's storm impacted Ellicott City's historic Main Street. 
Howard County Exec To Hold Vigil At Rep. Elijah Cummings' Ellicott City OfficeHoward County Executive Calvin Ball will hold a vigil Friday evening at the late Rep. Elijah Cummings' office in Ellicott City.
Program Helps Students With Developmental Disabilities Gain Government Internship ExperienceA new group of nearly a dozen interns began getting to work for the Howard County government Monday thanks to a partnership with Project SEARCH, an organization that helps young adults with developmental disabilities.
Howard County Joins "Bee City" Effort To Protect PollinatorsHoward County is joining a nationwide effort to protect bees as the U.S. sees an alarming drop in the number of insects that pollinate the country's food supply.
Howard County First Responders Deployed Ahead Of Hurricane DorianHoward County Executive Calvin Ball announced Tuesday that the County has sent first responders to assist in the preparation and recovery from Hurricane Dorian. 
Columbia Gas Explosion | Business Owners Get First Look At Damage Caused By Gas Leak, ExplosionBusiness owners got a first look Monday at the damage caused by a gas leak and explosion at a Columbia shopping center and office complex over the weekend.
Government Leaders Preparing Ellicott City Business Owners, Residents For Potential Flooding Ahead Of Stormy Summer WeatherIt has been a year since floodwaters devastated historic Ellicott City.
'Very Concerned': Protesters Voice Opposition To Possible ICE Raids In Coming DaysOfficials in multiple Maryland communities said Friday they're monitoring the potential of increased Immigration and Customs Enforcement actions nationwide in the coming days and weeks.
Officials Break Ground On New Howard County CourthouseThe new courthouse is scheduled to open in 2021 and will replace the current, 175-year-old structure.