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Ellicott City is located in central Maryland. The town has been called one of the most haunted small towns on the east coast. There is a Ghost Tour that visits places that have reputations of paranormal activity. These places include the Hayden House, the Lilburn mansion, the B&O railroad bridge, the old Ellicott City Firehouse and the Patapsco Female Institute. Notable residents of Ellicott City have included famous baseball player Babe Ruth and tennis player Beatrice Capra.

Population: 56397
Local Newspapers: Baltimore City Paper Baltimore Times
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Ravens
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Zip Codes associated with ellicott city, maryland: 21042 21043
Towns/Cities near ellicott city, maryland : Catonsville Jessup Savage North Laurel Clarksville Simpsonville Milford Mill

Ellicott City News
Attendance Area Committee to reconvene following Howard superintendent's redistricting proposal

The Howard County Public School System's Attendance Area Committee will hold an additional meeting Sept. 20, following interim superintendent Michael Martirano's proposal to fast-track the county's new high school.

Ellicott City's Main Street Music Fest heads back to its roots

The Henchmen perform at last year's Main Street Music Fest. This year the festival will be back on Ellicott City's historic Main Street, with 56 bands set to perform.

Howard regional transit public meetings continue

The Regional Transportation Agency of Central Maryland and Maryland Transit Administration hosted the second of four public meetings Wednesday night about the upcoming transit development plan, meant to upgrade the public transit system in Howard, Anne Arundel and parts of Prince George's counties. The plan aims to address residents' woes about issues such as lengthy wait times for service and indirect routes.

Howard schools superintendent offers plan to delay proposed redistricting

The Howard County community continues to share their concerns about the Howard County Public School System's countywide redistricting plans during a Regional Attendance Area open house Sept. 12 at Wilde Lake High School in Columbia.

Howard County teacher among finalists for Maryland Teacher of the Year

Maddy Halbach, a financial literacy teacher at the Applications and Research Laboratory's Academy of Finance, receives flowers from interim superintendent Michael Martirano after being named a finalist for Maryland Teacher of the Year. Maddy Halbach, a financial literacy teacher at the Applications and Research Laboratory's Academy of Finance, receives flowers from interim superintendent Michael Martirano after being named a finalist for Maryland Teacher of the Year.

VIDEO: 'Functional hot mess' mom shares hilarious video hiding from other moms at bus stop

Nicole Walters, of Ellicott City, Maryland, calls herself a "functional hot mess" mom in a video that's gone viral on Facebook with more than 279,000 views by Saturday. "I don't know about everybody else but I'm not faking the funk.

Surprise weddings gain popularity with Maryland couples

After getting engaged in November, Jarnell Swecker and her then-fiance Kevin knew they wanted something different for their wedding. "We've been to a lot of weddings together, and a lot of weddings were looking the same.

Howard Bancorp to acquire 1st Mariner Bank

Howard Bancorp plans to acquire 1st Mariner Bank for $163.4 million, creating the Baltimore area's largest locally based bank. The parent of Howard Bank's acquisition of Baltimore-based 1st Mariner, announced Tuesday, will nearly double Howard's assets to $2.1 billion.

Trails blocked off in state park as Bloede Dam removal project kicks off

The Bloede Dam at Patapsco Valley State Park. A project lasting into the spring of 2019 will remove the dam.

Majority of Harvey victims lack flood insurance

Accuweather estimates that damage from Hurricane Harvey could reach $190 billion, which would make it the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. And the cost of repairs could fall on consumers.

Martirano lights up first day of school for students, teachers

The first day of school at Worthington Elementary School in Ellicott City included a visit from Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman, Interim Superintendent Dr. Michael Martirano, and Board of Education Chairman Cindy Vaillancourt on Tuesday, September 5, 2017. Among teachers, administrators and students at Worthington Elementary School's first day on Tuesday, perhaps the person most excited to be there was Interim Superintendent Michael Martirano.

First day of school at Worthington Elementary School

Fourth graders including Chloe Nguyen, left, 9, Sarina Plooksawasdi, 9, and Meera Rakes, right, 9, chit chat as they wait to be let into school on the first day at Worthington Elementary School in Ellicott City on Tuesday, September 5, 2017. Fourth graders including Chloe Nguyen, left, 9, Sarina Plooksawasdi, 9, and Meera Rakes, right, 9, chit chat as they wait to be let into school on the first day at Worthington Elementary School in Ellicott City on Tuesday, September 5, 2017.

Victims identified in fatal Columbia car crash

A Baltimore man was killed and two other people were injured Sunday when two cars collided at a Columbia intersection, police said. Shuo Zhang, 55, of Baltimore was driving a 2009 Honda Civic east on Route 175 at about 5:30 p.m. Sunday when it collided with a 1995 Toyota Camry heading south on Dobbin Road, Howard County police said.

Larry Hogan, Maryland governor, stirs debate over statue removal

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan , a Republican leading one of the country's most liberal states, won rare applause from the left but riled some of his conservative base with his decision to back the recent removal of a Civil War-era statue from the State House grounds. The statue of Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger B. Taney - author of the Dred Scott ruling in 1857 that reaffirmed slavery and denied citizenship to blacks - was caught up in the rush to topple Confederate monuments after deadly violence at an Aug. 12 white nationalist demonstration in Charlottesville , Virginia.

Parades, Carnivals, Concerts, More for Labor Day

Sticking around D.C., Maryland or Virginia for Labor Day weekend? We've rounded up the best ways to make the most of dwindling summer days. Carnival rides open up Friday, Sept.

Can football and its players recover from the concussion crisis? new

Improvements in technique and technology may help improve football safety. But is there hope for players who have already suffered brain injury, and can the sport recover from the damage to its image in time to save its dwindling numbers? One of the scariest aspects of brain injury is the worry that it might cause permanent, irreparable damage.

Howard County principals find passion in new position

Cathleen Lopez was recently promoted to principal of Northfield Elementary School, having started her career with the Howard County Public School System as a special education teacher in the mid-1990s. Cathleen Lopez was recently promoted to principal of Northfield Elementary School, having started her career with the Howard County Public School System as a special education teacher in the mid-1990s.

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