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Howard County Announces 2019 Disability Awards Winners and Celebrates National Disability Employment Awareness Month 

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball and the Howard County Commission on Disabilities announce the winners of the Commission’s 25th annual Awards Program, which honors the outstanding efforts of individuals and organizations that advance full participation in community life for all people and promote the spirit and intent of the Americans with Disabilities Act and other disability rights laws.
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County Executive Ball Expands Award-Winning PlanHoward Academy, Fall 2019 Registration Open

County Executive Ball Expands Award-Winning PlanHoward Academy, Fall 2019 Registration Open

As PlanHoward 2030 moves forward, Howard County Executive Calvin Ball announced he will expand the PlanHoward Academy, winner of the 2019 Civic Education and Public Information Award from the National Association of Counties (NACo). Recognized as an innovative, effective county government program, PlanHoward Academy is a free course designed by the Department of Planning and Zoning (DPZ) to give residents a better understanding of how local planning works, along with information about current pl...
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Largest ‘Busboys & Poets’ Coming To Merriweather District in Downtown Columbia

Howard County will soon welcome the nation’s largest Busboys & Poets, and the first in the Baltimore region, to the Merriweather District in Downtown Columbia. The new 10,700-square-foot, two-story location will bring the Washington, DC-based restaurant, bookstore and event space into the forthcoming mixed-use neighborhood being built by the Howard Hughes Corporation. Busboys & Poets currently has seven locations across the Washington Metropolitan area and is a cultural hub for artists and acti...
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Historic Ellicott City’s St. Luke AME Church Retaining Wall Repair Project Has Begun

A Howard County construction project to repair and replace the stacked stone retaining wall aside St. Luke African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church, located at the intersection of Main Street and Ellicott Mills Drive in Historic Ellicott City is underway. The project will include the stabilization and shoring up of the steep slope and the armoring of the stream banks that were damaged by the 2016 and 2018 floods.
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