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March 15, 2019

Howard County Times: Top stories


Reservoir boys basketball outlasts Thomas Johnson, advances to first state final

The Gators overcame a five-point fourth-quarter deficit to defeat the Patriots, 51-47, on Thursday and advance to the 3A state championship.


Final two Howard student school board candidates answer questions at student-run forum

The next Howard County student member of the board will be elected April 24 by all middle and high school students.


New executive director of Ellicott City Partnership: 'I'm here with you'

In Ellicott City, random acts of kindness are the rule, not the exception. The new executive director of the Ellicott City Partnership wants to build on that selflessness.


Howard's police aviation program is ending in response to looming countywide deficit

The Howard County police department’s aviation program is being discontinued in an effort to curb government spending in light of a “historic” $108 million deficit, county officials announced this week.


Howard schools gain approval from Board of Education to move forward with Hammond High addition

The Howard County Public School System is progressing with its plan to build a two-story classroom addition at Hammond High School, which would increase the school’s capacity by 200 seats.


Howard Community College's Rep Stage announces its upcoming season

Howard Community College’s Rep Stage announced its 2019-2020 season Thursday afternoon with four productions, including world and regional premieres.


Some Maryland students could return to school in August as legislature moves against Hogan's order

The Maryland House of Delegates followed the state Senate in approving a bill undoing Gov. Larry's Hogan's order that the academic year at public schools begin after Labor Day. The chambers passed the legislation by margins large enough to override a veto, should Hogan exercise that power.


Maryland Senate OKs bill that would boost minimum wage statewide to $15 per hour

The Maryland Senate has approved a bill gradually increasing the state’s minimum wage to $15 per hour, putting the measure one step closer to a possible showdown with Gov. Larry Hogan. The Republican governor has offered a counter-proposal of increasing the minimum wage to $12.10 by 2022.

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