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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
Cenveo Publisher Services Announces Smart Suite Version 2.0

COLUMBIA, Md: Cenveo Publisher Services, a division of Cenveo, Inc., announces the release of Smart Suite Version 2.0, a cloud-based ecosystem of publishing tools that streamlines the production of high-quality content. This exciting tool combines user interface redesign and tighter integration with high-speed production engines to solve the challenges related to multi-channel publishing.

'Dog lovers': a city menace?

One neighborhood accounted for more than one third of the 678 off-leash dog citations issued since 2012, according to San Diego Police Department records obtained by U-T Watchdog. One neighborhood accounted for more than one third of the 678 off-leash dog citations issued since 2012, according to San Diego Police Department records obtained by U-T Watchdog.

Substitute charged with sexual abuse taught at 70 Howard County public schools

Steven Katz, 59, of Columbia, turned himself in to Montgomery County police on March 16, after a student at Cloverly Elementary School in Silver Spring told his parents that Katz had touched him in a way that made him feel uncomfortable, authorities said. After learning of the charges, Howard County Public Schools Interim Superintendent Michael J. Martirano told parents in a letter in March that Katz had taught in at least 43 different schools in the district in the past two years.

Howard council bill would add landlord-tenant regulations

Howard County Council is considering a bill that would give the county's consumer affairs office more authority over landlord-tenant disputes. Howard County Council is considering a bill that would give the county's consumer affairs office more authority over landlord-tenant disputes.

Gallant on His Move to Los Angeles: "I Really Like the Trees"

For someone who doesn't love attention, Gallant is sure doing a hell of a job attracting it. Looking up the word "gallant" in the dictionary yields two definitions: "brave, heroic" and "giving special attention and respect to women; chivalrous."

Polaris Alpha continues buying run in Fourth Dimension deal

Polaris Alpha has continued its run as an active acquirer in the defense IT market with its latest purchase of cyber and hardware services company Fourth Dimension Engineering. Terms of the transaction were undisclosed and the deal was completed on April 11. Fourth Dimension co-founders Tom Conrad and Faith Horowitz will transition to the leadership team at Polaris Alpha, the companies said Monday.

McDonalds bag leads to arrest for January murder of Germantown man

Montgomery County Police have arrested a man and charged him with the murder of 30-year-old Maurice Cortez Mercer, who was shot to death in his Germantown home on Jan. 3. A key piece of evidence discovered by investigators was a brown McDonalds bag, that the murder weapon was allegedly concealed in. WTOP has learned Quinnton Eric Brown, 31, of Columbia, Maryland, is charged with first degree murder in Mercer's death.

Howard County water main project commences...

Beginning April 30, Howard County will install a water transmission main along southbound Broken Land Parkway between Stevens Forest Road and Snowden River Parkway in the Village of Owen Brown in Columbia. The project includes installing 5,500 feet of 300-inch water pipe.

Howard fights for state funds for new Columbia elementary school

Talbott Springs Elementary, shown as construction was being wrapped up in September, 1973. Work fell behind and the school's opening date was pushed back by three months.

Two people, including 21-year-old man, killed in separate crashes overnight

Maryland State Police are investigating the sequence of events that led to a crash at 11 p.m. Saturday that left one man dead. Three vehicles and a tow truck were involved in the crash on Interstate 695 at Interstate 95 near Arbutus, according to a state police news release.

Eleven men arrested in Howard County prostitution sting

Eleven men were arrested for solicitation of prostitution and related charges during an undercover operation Wednesday, Howard County Police announced Friday. Officers arrested the would-be "johns" - ranging in age from 22 to 47 - for soliciting prostitution at a hotel in the 5400 block of Twin Knolls Road in Columbia.

Author's Jamaican roots find fertile ground in Columbia

Ricardo Rowe, who moved from Jamaica to Columbia when he was 7 years old, will talk about his book, "From Sugar Cane To Cotton," at a presentation on April 12. Ricardo Rowe, who moved from Jamaica to Columbia when he was 7 years old, will talk about his book, "From Sugar Cane To Cotton," at a presentation on April 12. Rowe has penned an autobiography that uses his life story to build a case for Columbia as the ultimate model of what a city can be. Meanwhile, he's embarked on project to install miniature lending libraries on posts in impoverished areas of his homeland.

Gym members get heart rate-based workouts at the county's first Orangetheory

Designed to increase energy and stimulate the metabolism, Orangetheory's one-hour sessions combine cardio and strength training while monitoring exercisers' heart rates in real time. And individuals' "results" are displayed on large screens, changing color as they hit target heart rates.

5 things you didn't know about... Toby Orenstein, artistic director...

Toby Orenstein has been a fixture in Howard County since Columbia's founder, James W. Rouse, asked her to start a theater school in 1972, which now operates as the nonprofit Columbia Center of Theatrical Arts. The Bronx native opened her dinner theater in 1979.

Woman to spend three months in jail for 'hamburglar' theft...

In a surveillance video released by Howard County police, a woman was caught peeking into the drive-thru window of a Columbia McDonald's around 1 a.m. on Nov. 5, leaning in to fill up a soft drink - then climbing in through the window and stealing cash and a large box of food. In a surveillance video released by Howard County police, a woman was caught peeking into the drive-thru window of a Columbia McDonald's around 1 a.m. on Nov. 5, leaning in to fill up a soft drink - then climbing in through the window and stealing cash and a large box of food.

Long Reach Village Center's plan review gets a reprieve

After days of pushback from the county executive and community groups over a potential yearlong delay in a review of the Long Reach Village Center's redevelopment proposal, the case will be heard by the Zoning Board this spring. The project's developer, Orchard Development Corp., needs a change in zoning to allow about 300 housing units and the county's Zoning Board was unsure whether it could hold required public meetings and make a decision before the June 26 primary election.

Woman Seen In Viral Video Breaking Into McDonald's Sentenced

Jessica Marie Cross, of Springdale, pleaded guilty Monday to second-degree burglary, according to the Howard County State's Attorney's Office. She received a five-year sentence with all but 90 days suspended.

Columbia man was arrested for child pornography

Maryland State Police Computer Crimes investigators have arrested and charged Isak Dorot, of Columbia, Md., with the possession and distribution of child pornography. Dorot, 68, is being charged with four counts of possession of child pornography and one count of distribution of child pornography.

D.C. schools really are better

Antwan Wilson resigned as chancellor of District of Columbia Public Schools after admitted he bypassed the lottery system to enroll his daughter in the district's most sought-after high school. District of Columbia schools have improved more than schools in any other city , writes Kate Walsh of the National Council on Teacher Quality.

Siddiqui council campaign fund transfer flagged for investigation

Janet Siddiqui is a former Howard County school board member who is running for a seat on the Howard County Council. Janet Siddiqui is a former Howard County school board member who is running for a seat on the Howard County Council.

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