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December 6, 2017

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Seniors finding a voice with Columbia Encore Chorale

Wednesday, Dec 6

Encore Chorale is a choral group for senior adults. They rehearse for 15 weeks and have a series of holiday concerts with the first on Dec. 10.

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Waterloo Elementary earns Blue Ribbon recognition

Waterloo Elementary School in Columbia was one of six schools in the state to receive the state Department of Education's 2017-2018 Blue Ribbon award.

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Title-winning Dalmatian, Taco, supports Laurel Police Department

Taco's owner, Laurel resident Linda Davis, collected donations from his supporters and presented $714 to the Laurel Police Department’s breast cancer awareness campaign, the Pink Patch Project, for METAvivor research and support.

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Cake Wala brings Indian snacks and sweets to Ellicott City

The owners of a new Route 40 bakery want to introduce local diners to authentic Indian desserts and snacks.

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Columbia's Root Studio offers shared creative space, artistic community

All a budding artist needs is curiosity and the desire to explore new ideas — that’s the philosophy behind Root Studio, a shared creative space in Columbia designed to foster an “artistic ecosystem.”

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Glenelg wrestling opens season with 50-29 win over Marriotts Ridge

The Gladiators overcame a 23-12 deficit and won seven of the final eight matches to beat the Mustangs on Wednesday night.

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Winters Mill boys basketball downs Howard with buzzer beater in season opener

Winters Mill junior Avery Serafin hit the game-winning jumper as time expired in the Falcons' 59-57 overtime win at Howard on Dec. 6.

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Steal and basket in final seconds give Catonsville comeback win over Mount Hebron in boys basketball

Catonsville's Shawn Wagstaff had a steal and game-winning layup to give the Comets a 63-61 win over Mount Hebron

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