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County Executive Ball Hosts Public Safety Town Hall

ELLICOTT CITY, MD – County Executive Calvin Ball hosted a Public Safety Town Hall with Howard County leaders and officials yesterday evening. Leaders discussed handling operations through COVID-19, conveyed current efforts to keep our community safe and addressed social justice and equity issues, as well as provided an overview of their respective operations.
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Coronavirus Updates: Hospital Data Added to Dashboard, Unemployment Insurance Support Videos, Feed Howard County

Coronavirus Updates: Hospital Data Added to Dashboard, Unemployment Insurance Support Videos, Feed Howard County

Howard County has added hospital capacity data to the COVID-19 Dashboard. The additional section of the dashboard breaks down the Howard County General Hospital’s (HCGH) intensive care unit (ICU), acute beds, and ventilators that are in use and available. As one of the key metrics in County Executive Ball’s HoCo RISE framework, this data will be considered as Howard County moves towards reopening parts of our economy. 
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Fallen Heroes Memorial Ceremony

Fallen Heroes Memorial Ceremony

In recognition of National Police Week, Howard County Police held a ceremony honoring the seven law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty in Howard County.
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HCPD holds FREE VIN Etching event

HCPD holds FREE VIN Etching event

Officers from the auto theft unit conducted a VIN etching in Kings Contrivance Village Center, engraving for free almost 30 cars' VIN on all major pieces of glass to deter auto thefts.
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Come-UNITY Kickball Game

Come-UNITY Kickball Game

Officers and civilians co-hosted the second annual Come-UNITY Kickball Game at Cradlerock Elementary School, an afternoon of games, activities, and more with members of the community.
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National Drug Take Back Day

National Drug Take Back Day

The community outreach division helped take unneeded drugs with HC DrugFree at Wilde Lake Village Center as part of National Drug Take Back Day, collecting more than 500 pounds by midday.
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