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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
The state of the county is sound [Editorial]

The time-tested recipe for the county executive's annual state of the county address is straightforward: one part victory lap, a few dollops of vision, a pinch of humor and a drop or two of humility. Allan Kittleman didn't veer from tradition when he delivered his remarks last week, proving once again he is a seasoned politician who continues to navigate a moderate, fiscally responsible course with a deft hand at dealing with crisis, whether it's a deadly flood, a polarizing County Council debate over immigration policy or the managed ouster of a sheriff.

Know Your Rights if the IRS Breaks the Rules

Most people know that breaking tax rules, even accidentally, can bring serious consequences like an audit . It may seem like a one-way street, but the IRS has to follow rules, too.

Puppies and Pretty Prints

If pretty florals caught the eye at the Lilly Pulitzer store at Westfield Montgomery, it was was the puppies scattered throughout the prints that stole the show. On the Saturday before Valentine's day, they became the attraction of the moment.

Residents say changes to Howard County's 'outdated'...

Tackling school capacity is at the center of recommendations by a group appointed by Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman to ensure infrastructure in the county is keeping pace with population growth. Tackling school capacity is at the center of recommendations by a group appointed by Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman to ensure infrastructure in the county is keeping pace with population growth.

MD Lottery Director's Nomination Moves to Confirmation Vote

A Senate panel voted Monday to send the appointment of Maryland's acting lottery director to the full Senate for a confirmation vote - more than 21 months after Gov. Larry Hogan appointed him to the job. The Senate Executive Nominations Committee voted in favor of Gordon Medenica's appointment Monday.

MD: Senate Passes Metro Safety Bill Needed for Funding

Feb. 18--ANNAPOLIS -- A Metro safety bill required to recover funds withheld by the federal government earlier this month came a step closer to final passage on Friday. The Maryland Senate voted 45-0 in favor of the bill, which establishes Maryland's role in the Washington Metrorail Safety Commission and how members will be selected for the board.

HoCo Police investigate 23 car vandalism cases

According to police, the acts of vandalism appear to be random and don't target specific people or groups of people. On Wednesday Feb. 15, two cars at the same residence in the 7200 block of Procopio Circle in Columbia were vandalized.

Maryland Senate OKs Metro safety bill

The Maryland Senate has approved a measure for a Metro safety program, after the federal government threatened to withhold millions of dollars. Federal officials announced last week they would withhold funding from the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia until they create a new Metro safety commission.

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NASA's Music and Drama club presents the musical "Fanny," a story that follows Marius and Fanny, who are deeply in love but torn apart by the temptation and excitement of the sea. Years later the star-crossed lovers are reunited but everything has changed.

Maryland Senate to vote on Metro safety

The Maryland Senate is moving fast on a measure for a Metro safety program, after the federal government has threatened to withhold millions of dollars. The Senate gave initial approval Tuesday to a bill for Maryland's commitment to oversee Metro safety.

Three high school steel drum bands join for annual concert

Wilde Lake High School's Steel Drum Panorama will have the audience closing their eyes and traveling to the islands on Feb. 14. The Steel Drum Panorama features the school's steel drum band along with bands from Centennial and Howard high schools for an evening that will be a "wonderful island experience," according to organizers. "At the concert with everybody's drums on stage at the same time, it is a fantastic thing to see," said Lou Dutrow, band director at Wilde Lake High School.

Dryer at Columbia apartment complex burns

Fire crews responded to the 5300 block of Harpers Farm Road before 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, where the apartment building had been evacuated after a fire in a dryer unit, according to the Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services. The fire was extinguished by 7:45 a.m., officials said.

Md. Senate President Expresses Urgency on Metro Safety Bill

Maryland's Senate president is calling for fast approval of legislation to do its part for a Metro safety program, because millions of dollars are at stake. That comes after federal officials announced Friday they would withhold millions of dollars in transportation funding from the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia until they create a new commission to oversee safety on Metro.

With No Agreement On DC Metro Safety Oversight, Feds Pull Some MTA Funds

The Maryland Transit Administration is one of eight regional transit agencies losing five percent of its 2017 fiscal year federal funds until Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia certify a new safety oversight program for the Washington Metro, Federal Transit Administration officials announced Friday. Similar notices were sent to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and six Virginia agencies.

NYS Healthy Neighborhoods Program: Saving Lives, Saving Money

February 3, 2017 - A longstanding program run by the New York State Department of Health is helping people with asthma achieve better health, while also saving money and improving household conditions, according to three newly published studies by the NYSDOH and the National Center for Healthy Housing in Columbia, MD. Research looking at the New York State Healthy Neighborhoods Program shows the program helps improve health outcomes for people with asthma while lowering the overall cost of their care and helping them eliminate or reduce household hazards that impact health and safety.

Teenager's trial in Lovell slaying postponed

The trial of a former Virginia Tech student accused of killing 13-year-old Nicole Lovell of Blacksburg will not happen in March as previously scheduled. At a Wednesday hearing in Montgomery County Circuit Court, Judge Robert Turk agreed to a defense motion to postpone a jury trial for David Edmond Eisenhauer, 19, of Columbia, Md.

Irish writer McKeon headlines Society's annual Irish Evening

Novelist and playwright Belinda McKeon continues a venerable Columbia tradition when she reads as part of the Howard County Poetry and Literature Society's 39th annual Irish Evening on Friday, Feb. 10 at 7:30 p.m. in Howard Community College's Smith Theatre. Among the many Irish writers who previously appeared as part of this annual event are Colum McCann, Frank McCourt, Emma Donoghue and Colm Toibin.

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