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September 13, 2018

Howard County Times: Top stories


Howard firefighters join rescue teams, as Hurricane Florence churns

Wednesday, Sep 12

Two firefighters from Howard County are joining rescue teams from Maryland to help in search-and-rescue efforts in South Carolina.

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MARC delays expected Thursday because of Hurricane Florence

MARC trains will experience Hurricane Florence-related delays arriving and departing Union Station on Thursday.


Flood warning issued for Howard and Carroll counties

A flood warning has been issued for south central Carroll County and northwestern Howard County.

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In wealthy Howard, 25 percent of families struggle to make ends meet, survey finds

United Way of Central Maryland released its latest ALICE report, which defines residents whose income is above the federal poverty line but cannot support to afford basic household items.


Crews blast through Bloede Dam to begin long-awaited removal

Crews blew up a section of the Bloede Dam on Tuesday, launching in earnest a process of removing the structure and restoring a section of the Patapsco River to its natural profile.

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South Carroll girls soccer edges Glenelg, 2-1

Megan O'Neill's goal early in the second half proved to be the difference on Wednesday night.

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New eating options Roggenart and Urban Plates open in Columbia

Two new eating establishments have popped up in Columbia: Roggenart and Urban Plates.

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Howard County varsity roundup, Sept. 12

A roundup of varsity action around Howard County on Wednesday, Sept. 12.

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