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Howard County’s Robinson Nature Center Recertified as Maryland Green Center

Howard County’s Robinson Nature Center Recertified as Maryland Green Center

The Department of Recreation & Parks today announced that the County’s Robinson Nature Center has once again been recertified a “Maryland Green Center” by the Maryland Association of Environmental and Outdoor Education. The Robinson Nature Center is one of only 42 certified Green Centers’ in Maryland, and one of only two in Howard County.
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Howard County Executive Statement on Welcoming United States Vice President Harris

April 29, 2021  Media Contact: Mark Miller, Administrator, Office of Public Information, 410-313-2022  ELLICOTT CITY – Howard County Executive Calvin Ball released the following statement regarding Vice President Kamala Harris’ visit to Baltimore today:  “I was honored to join Vice President Kamala Harris and Dr. Anthony Fauci to tour the M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore to mark 100 days of the Biden-Harris Administration. As we navigate thro...
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Howard County Executive Announces Alignment with Governor Orders, Limited Reopening of Indoor Athletic Facilities to Spectators

Howard County Executive Announces Alignment with Governor Orders, Limited Reopening of Indoor Athletic Facilities to Spectators

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball today announced Howard County will be in alignment with Governor’s Hogan’s order to lift outdoor masking requirements and remove outdoor dining restrictions, effective May 1, 2021. Additionally, Ball announced a partial lifting of COVID-19 restrictions on spectators for activities held at Howard County indoor athletic facilities, in effect at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, April 30, 2021. 
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Howard County Executive Launches Vaccination Partnership with Safeway

Howard County Executive Launches Vaccination Partnership with Safeway

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball launched a public-private partnership with Safeway today to vaccinate more Howard County residents, prioritizing students 18 years and older. “In Howard County 50% of residents between 18-24 have received a first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine,” said Ball. “Today’s clinic is an important step in reaching a population that has lower vaccination rates, and our hope is many of these young people will encourage their peers, family, and friends to see the benefit...
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