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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
Guitar in tow, Cantor Benjamin Kintisch joins Columbia Jewish Congregation

When Benjamin Kintisch showed up for his audition to be Columbia Jewish Congregation's new cantor, he wore a suit and tie. The formal wear drew jokes, he said, but the audition, in which he led a service on his guitar, convinced him that the job was a good fit.

Texas energy company to lay off 108 employees in Columbia

Direct Energy Solar will lay off 108 employees and close its Columbia office in September, the company notified the state on Tuesday.

Audit finds Howard County spent millions on unreimbursed police overtime costs

A county audit of the Howard County Police Department published this month found that the department did not consistently bill private businesses, most notably the popular concert venue Merriweather Post Pavilion, for overtime shifts officers worked to provide security at events. The department spent $3.8 million between 2013 and 2016 on unreimbursed overtime and related costs for special events.

As bridal shops close, seamstress races to helpa

As bridal shops close, seamstress races to help brides "I've been telling them, I've never had a naked bride, and you won't be the first." Check out this story on yorkdispatch.com: http://www.yorkdispatch.com/story/money/business/2017/07/24/bridal-shops-close-seamstress-races-help-brides/103959884/ COLUMBIA, Md.

The best Baltimore-area events this week: Big Glen Burnie Carnival,...

Mike Chubb of Glen Burnie rides the "Scrambler" with his boys, Jacob, 6, center, and Braeden, 8 at the 2015 Big Glen Burnie Carnival. Mike Chubb of Glen Burnie rides the "Scrambler" with his boys, Jacob, 6, center, and Braeden, 8 at the 2015 Big Glen Burnie Carnival.

Cummings plans to return to work during August recess

ELIZABETH MALBY/Baltimore Sun Staff --DIGITAL IMAGE #{fbas COLUMBIA,MD --3/21/04-- Congressman Elijah Cummings speaks during a two-hour symposium called The Costs of War hosted by he Howard County Coalition for Peace and Justice to discuss the conflicts in Iraq and Afganistan . ELIZABETH MALBY/Baltimore Sun Staff --DIGITAL IMAGE #{fbas Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, who has been recovering from a heart procedure for nearly two months, plans to return to the work during next month's congressional recess.

Howard County to take over management of historic B&O museum in Ellicott City

The B&O Railroad Museum on Maryland Avenue in Ellicott City will come under management by the Howard County Department of Recreation and parks as of Sept. 1. File photo The B&O Railroad Museum on Maryland Avenue in Ellicott City will come under management by the Howard County Department of Recreation and parks as of Sept.

5 concerts to see in the D.C. area from June 20-26

July 20: Moogatu and LITZ Gypsy Sally's, 3401 K St. NW; Thu., 8:30 p.m., $12. Local improv-happy bands Moogatu and LITZ are teaming up at Gypsy Sally's for a unique night.

Council hearing leads to tabling of APFO, mulching bills until September

With a large turn-out for the July 17 Howard County Council meeting, hearings on several bills were extended to Sept. 11. With a large turn-out for the July 17 Howard County Council meeting, hearings on several bills were extended to Sept.

Md. software firm NextLOGiK receives Communitas Award

Columbia-based software company NextLOGiK received the 2017 Communitas Award for its work supporting Rebuilding Together Howard County, a nonprofit organization that brings volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of low-income homeowners. The Communitas Award, given by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals, recognizes the efforts of exceptional businesses, organizations and individuals ... Complete access to news articles on this website is available to Daily Record subscribers who are logged in.

Merriweather Post Pavilion at 50: Why the outdoor venue feels like home for artists and fans

When Rockville-bred band O.A.R. played the main stage at Merriweather Post Pavilion for the first time, back in 2002 , they opened with "I Feel Home," a fan favorite that includes the lines, "I feel home/ When I see the faces that remember my own/ I feel home/ When I'm chillin' outside with the people I know." "I'm looking out and there's a lot of people out there, but for some reason, out of all these people, I can see my mom and my dad, my science teacher from high school, my neighbor, the guy I worked for at the golf course.

New Americans naturalized in Howard County

In 2012, Benish Irfan and her young children left behind everything they knew in Lahore, Pakistan. They traveled more than 7,000 miles to join Irfan's husband, an American citizen, stepping off the plane in a country where Irfan couldn't speak the language.

State Roundup, July 12, 2017

MD OFFICIALS DOUBT TRUMP FBI HQ EXCUSES: In a joint statement, the FBI and the General Services Administration said they did not get the full $1.4 billion sought under the federal government's 2017 budget . The budget fix for 2017 set aside $523 million, leaving a funding gap of about $882 million, Daniel Sernovitz of the Washington Business Journal reports.

Ernst & Young names Md. entrepreneurs of the year

Professional services firm Ernst & Young has named its Maryland entrepreneurs of the year from a cross-section of the state's industries, ranging from cybersecurity to craft beer.

Ten years since 'Sicko,' still seeking a cure

Ten years ago this month, Michael Moore 's "Sicko" offered a blistering survey of the for-profit health insurance industry. The two-hour polemic focused not so much on the 48 million Americans who were at the time uninsured, but on men and women engaged in futile battles with their private insurers to get affordable - in some cases, life-saving - medical treatment.

Howard County launches BikeShare program in Columbia

As Howard County's BikeShare program officially launched Thursday morning at the Columbia lakefront, dozens of bicyclists tested some of the new wheels dispersed across seven stations in Columbia. As Howard County's BikeShare program officially launched Thursday morning at the Columbia lakefront, dozens of bicyclists tested some of the new wheels dispersed across seven stations in Columbia.

Edinburgh big data outfit Aquila Insight bought by US group

The deal, for an undisclosed sum, will see Aquila co-founders John Brodie and Warwick Beresford-Jones remain at the helm of its leadership team, reporting to Merkle Europe president Tim Berry. Founded in 2012, Aquila has a team of more than 60 statisticians and data scientists, working with major brands such as Royal Bank of Scotland, Sony Mobile and Tesco Bank to develop analytical and data-driven strategies.

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