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Old Ellicott City Featured on Gordon Ramsay’s ‘24 Hours to Hell and Back: Save Our Town,’ Airing Nationally on FOX Tonight 

Old Ellicott City Featured on Gordon Ramsay’s ‘24 Hours to Hell and Back: Save Our Town,’ Airing Nationally on FOX Tonight 

Three Old Ellicott City businesses received renovations and support from celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay’s for his ‘24 Hours to Hell and Back: Save Our Town” production, premiering tonight to a national television audience from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. on FOX. Ramsay and his crew spent a week in February filming in Ellicott City revamping the selected businesses and completing some beautification projects along Main Street. 
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Howard County Announces Partial Delay of Schools Health Fund Deficit Plan

Howard County Announces Partial Delay of Schools Health Fund Deficit Plan

As the County braces for revenue impacts potentially exceeding $35 million in fiscal year 2020 and significant impacts beyond due to the COVID-19 virus, Howard County Executive Calvin Ball and Howard County Public School System Superintendent Dr. Michael Martirano jointly announced the partial delay of a plan to eliminate the $39.2 million HCPSS Health and Dental Fund deficit.
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Howard County Alpha Ridge Landfill Modifies Operations

Howard County Alpha Ridge Landfill Modifies Operations

While the Alpha Ridge Landfill remains open at this time during Governor's 'Stay at Home' Executive Order, the Landfill should only be used by residents who do not have curbside collection service (either provided by the County or a private hauler).
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Capital Region Economic Development Organizations Join Forces with a Focus on Collaboration, Cooperation and Inclusion

Capital Region Economic Development Organizations Join Forces with a Focus on Collaboration, Cooperation and Inclusion

The Howard County Economic Development Authority joined with economic development organizations from Anne Arundel, Charles, Frederick, Prince George’s, and Montgomery Counties in signing a Joint Statement on Regional Collaboration among Maryland Capital Region Local Economic Development Organizations to outline their collective commitment to growing a stronger Maryland Capital Region.  
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