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A suburb of Baltimore, Columbia is a planned community consisting of ten self-contained villages. Creator and developer James W. Rouse saw the new community in terms of human values, not just in terms of economics and engineering. Opened in 1967, Columbia was designed to not only eliminate the inconveniences of then-current subdivision design, but also eliminate racial, religious, and income segregation.

Population: 97200
Local Newspapers: The Baltimore Sun
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore Orioles (MLB) Baltimore Ravens (NFL)
Local Colleges: Johns Hopkins University Coppin State University Towson University

Zip Codes associated with columbia, maryland: 21044 21045 21046
Towns/Cities near columbia, maryland : Ellicott City Linwood Elkridge Hopewell Simpsonville Clarksville

Columbia News
Columbia Center for Theatrical Arts celebrates 45 years with reunion, free performance

Toby Orenstein scrunches her face and wiggles her nose like the enchantress in the TV sitcom "I Dream of Jeannie." Although she doesn't like to be reminded of this particular facial expression, it has become her signature, endearing her to fans and theater family.

How to get the beach vacation experience without leaving the Baltimore area

And less than three hours away. But maybe those three hours are a little more than you want to spend en route to your summer fun.

Howard council, community leaders react to Long Reach Village Center plans

Community members had the chance to voice their opinions on newly proposed plans for the redevelopment of Long Reach Village Center during Monday night's County Council meeting. Many residents expressed their support for the plan, which they said is badly needed to revitalize the ailing center.

Howard County Housing Commission names Peter Engel new executive director

The Howard County Housing Commission has appointed longtime community development professional Peter Engel as its new executive director. Engel began his new position on Monday.

Columbia's history explored in collection of essays by those who know it best

One of Columbia's original architects and planners, Robert Tennenbaum, revealed his second book on June 19, which explores the 50-year-old city's transformation through the local prospective. "Columbia, Maryland: A Fifty-year Retrospective of a Model City," features a collection of essays from 63 contributing writers who've watched their city transform since its foundation in 1967.

Three candidates file in race for Howard County Council District 4

With three candidates slated to run for District 4's Howard County Council seat, the 2018 election is shaping up to feature debates on development and diversity. Republican Lisa Kim and Democrats Deb Jung and Byron Macfarlane have officially filed their candidacies for District 4. The district covers much of central Columbia including Harper's Choice, Hickory Ridge, Wilde Lake and Columbia's downtown lakefront, as well as Maple Lawn and North Laurel on its southern edge.

John Legend Postpones Tour Dates Due to Illness, Needs 'Few Days to Recover'

The 37-year-old R&B musician tweeted that he would have to postpone his concerts in Columbia, Maryland, and Camden, New Jersey, on Tuesday and Thursday. "To all my fans in DC/Maryland/Virginia and Philadelphia/South Jersey, I want to personally apologize," Legend wrote.

Maryland lawmakers call for overhaul of Washington Metro governance, funding

A group of Maryland lawmakers has proposed an overhaul of the Washington-area subway system that would give the struggling rail network the dedicated funding its leaders say it needs. The lawmakers are calling for a radical restructuring of the Metro system's board of directors.

MD: Remembering Pamela G. Watts, Chief of Customer Services for MTA

June 15--Pamela G. Watts, longtime chief of customer services for the Maryland Transit Administration, died June 1 of ovarian cancer at Northwest Hospital in Randallstown. The Owings Mills resident was 65. The daughter of Martin Goins Jr., a U.S. Foreign Service worker, and Mary Goins, a homemaker, Pamela Yvette Goins was born in Baltimore and because of the nature of her father's work, she grew up at diplomatic posts in Africa and Europe.

Police searching for 13-year-old Columbia girl

Howard County police released this photo of Shannyn Kayla Blue, 13, who has been missing since she was seen leaving her Columbia home on June 6. Police are asking anyone with information about her whereabouts to call 911. Howard County police released this photo of Shannyn Kayla Blue, 13, who has been missing since she was seen leaving her Columbia home on June 6. Police are asking anyone with information about her whereabouts to call 911.

Wilde Lake High teacher retires after 28-year teaching career

Charlie Shoemaker, a retiring alternative education teacher at Wilde Lake High School, is joined by fellow instructor James Beale, back, left, and a group of students in his classroom. Charlie Shoemaker, a retiring alternative education teacher at Wilde Lake High School, is joined by fellow instructor James Beale, back, left, and a group of students in his classroom.

Heart Attack? Drones Could Come to Your Rescue

Drones have been proposed for some pretty mundane uses, such as delivering pizzas or packages, but new research suggests the high-flying machines could be used to swoop in and save lives. "Each minute that passes after a sudden cardiac arrest decreases the chance of survival by approximately 10 percent," explained lead investigator Andreas Claesson.

First-Degree Assault Arrest After Store Stabbing

A Columbia, Md. man was charged with first-degree assault last week for his role in an attack, including a stabbing, of another man in a downtown convenience store early last Friday morning.

Columbia's Hysteria Brewing Co. to open taproom July 1

Columbia's newest brewery taproom is finally opening its door to the public when Hysteria Brewing Co.

Kittleman to make announcement today on future campaign plans

Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman's $1.1 billion general fund operating budget for fiscal 2018 includes $572 million in county funding for the school system - $54 million less than the school board's record-high request. Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman's $1.1 billion general fund operating budget for fiscal 2018 includes $572 million in county funding for the school system - $54 million less than the school board's record-high request.

he Ain't No Dr. Seuss:

Joseph Otting, the former chief executive of Pasadena's OneWest Bank whom Trump nominated Tuesday to be the next comptroller of the currency, has claimed to be a graduate of the School of Credit and Financial Management at Dartmouth. "Joseph Otting is not a Dartmouth graduate," Diana Lawrence, the college's associate vice president for communications, said Saturday.

Opus Concert Theatre presents a new take on a popular opera

Opera, to many, means a long, overblown production that is hard to understand because it is performed in languages other than English. Diana Cantrelle, founder and artistic director of the non-profit, Columbia-based Opus Concert Theatre wants to change that perception.

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