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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.
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
Get moving on Oakland Mills [Editorial]
For two decades, consultants, planners, elected leaders and plain old residents have been looking at what's next for Oakland Mills Village Center, one of Columbia's original four village centers that has seen better days. The village has about 10,000 residents and roughly a third of the housing is multi-unit apartments and condominiums.Bon Fresco opens in Owings Mills, eyes expansion
Sandwich shop and bakery Bon Fresco has opened in Owings Mills, the chain's fifth location, and is looking to continue expanding in the Baltimore area. Bon Fresco opened at Boulevard College Center in Owings Mills last week.One Month's Rent helps Howard County residents facing eviction
One Month's Rent Initiative members from left: Mary Klett, of Columbia; Wren Morgan, of Columbia; Ann Neale, of Columbia; Anne Dodd, of Ellicott City; Joy Calvert, of Columbia; and Jane Parrish, of Columbia. One Month's Rent Initiative members from left: Mary Klett, of Columbia; Wren Morgan, of Columbia; Ann Neale, of Columbia; Anne Dodd, of Ellicott City; Joy Calvert, of Columbia; and Jane Parrish, of Columbia.Judge: MedStar Health must face false claims charges alleged by employee
A false claims case brought against Columbia, Md.-based MedStar Health by one of its employees will be allowed to move forward, an Illinois judge has ruled.Ghana: Meet Ghanaian Nancy Abu-Bonsrah - First Black Female Neurosurgeon At Johns Hopkins Hospital
We start this week with heartwarming news, Ghanaian Nancy Abu-Bonsrah becomes the first black female Neurosurgeon at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Abu-Bonsrah left Ghana at the age of 15, and has been in the U.S for nearly 11 years.Howard County police seeking owner of dog 'left for dead'
An emaciated puppy was found in storage container in a grassy area in Columbia. A shelter has received requests to adopt the dog, nicknamed "Eddy" and police say he is recovering well.Dream Home: A Columbia sunroom with a St. Michaels feel
When Doreen Harwood thought about redoing the combination family room-sunroom that's long been the hub of her Columbia home, she knew she wanted it to exude an atmosphere of relaxation. "I have a hectic job," said Harwood, 58, senior vice president of a business and government contractor.Study examines possible options for revitalization of Oakland Mills Village Center
As Columbia begins to celebrate its 50th anniversary and as the planned community's urban core redevelops, Oakland Mills Village Center is eyeing resurgence. The study, by consulting firm Bolan Smart Associates, notes market conditions limit the viability of office development and the construction of a major indoor sports complex, a feature advocated for by some residents and community leaders.Walking tour shows off Columbia's birthday daffodils
Ned Tillman, left, and Sean Harbaugh, who will lead a walking tour on March 26, visit statues of Columbia founder James Rouse, right, and his brother, Willard Rouse, at the downtown lakefront. Ned Tillman, left, and Sean Harbaugh, who will lead a walking tour on March 26, visit statues of Columbia founder James Rouse, right, and his brother, Willard Rouse, at the downtown lakefront.Johns Hopkins Admits First Black Female Neurosurgeon Into Residency Program
A medical student from Maryland has a lot to celebrate with this news. Nancy Abu-Bonsrah made history as the first black woman to land a spot in Johns Hopkins ' neurosurgery residency program, The Grio reports.This week in Columbia history: Fred Weaver becomes first African-American on Howard County board
Fred Weaver, one of Columbia's "pioneers," or earliest residents, became the first African-American to be named to a Howard County board in March 1969. Fred Weaver, one of Columbia's "pioneers," or earliest residents, became the first African-American to be named to a Howard County board in March 1969.Bangladeshi couple find 'American Dream' at ethnic grocery in Columbia
Azad and Mona Shah plan to officially open the halal meat section of their Red Branch Road ethinic grocery in April. Azad Shah, 58, traversed the streets of Faridpur, a poor district in Bangladesh, and dished Jewish bagels in the heart of Brooklyn in pursuit of the American Dream.Folly Quarter Middle student enters National Geographic State Bee
Abrams twins Harry, right, and Jordan, left, participate in their elementary school National Geographic Bee in fifth-grade for a chance to move on to the state bee. This year, Harry will represent his school in the March 31 state competition.From hand carving to chainsaw carving
Former scientist and college professor Evelyn Mogren of Columbia, Maryland ventured into chainsaw carving almost six years ago, a big change from her years of hand carving since third grade. Now in her fifth year of participating in the Rendezvous, Mogren uses the event to hone her skills and challenge herself.At 50, Columbia celebrates past even as it faces a much-changed future
James Rouse with Frazar Wilde, former chairman of the board of Connecticut General Life Insurance Co., overlooking Wilde Lake in Columbia during its dedication on June 27, 1967. James Rouse with Frazar Wilde, former chairman of the board of Connecticut General Life Insurance Co., overlooking Wilde Lake in Columbia during its dedication on June 27, 1967.In a dispute with IRS, you still have rights
The Taxpayer Bill of Rights summarizes taxpayer rights scattered throughout the tax code, making it easier to understand what the IRS can and can't do. Most people know that breaking tax rules, even accidentally, can bring serious consequences like an audit.Tickets Still Available for Howard County Arts Council's 20th...
A limited number of $50 and $100 tickets are still available for Howard County's signature event, the Celebration of the Arts in Howard County. The Celebration will be held on Saturday, March 25, 2017 at Peter and Elizabeth Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center, Howard Community College, Columbia, MD.
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