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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
Instacart expands grocery delivery service in Baltimore area

Instacart, a grocery delivery service, is expanding in the Baltimore area and plans to hire 150 people on a contract basis. The service, which provides personal shopping and home delivery in as little as one hour, launched in select Baltimore neighborhoods, including Federal Hill, Locust Point, Fells Point, Canton, the Inner Harbor and elsewhere downtown, last April.

Howard school board, Merriweather bills among those to cross over

Bills changing the way Howard County's school board is elected, creating tax credits for properties damaged by flooding and bulking up noise regulations around Merriweather Post Pavilion have all cleared one chamber of the General Assembly with less than three weeks to go before the end of session. The legislation, along with other local measures, got favorable votes from the House of Delegates by crossover day, the deadline by which proposals must be voted out of one chamber to get the best chance of being considered in the other.

Balancing budget priorities [Commentary]

I visited New York City Wednesday, March 29 with Council Chairman Jon Weinstein and Council member Greg Fox to present Howard County's financial picture to the nation's top bond rating agencies. This annual trip is critical to assure Moody's, Standard & Poors and Fitch Ratings that we are on strong financial footing and should retain our AAA bond rating.

Mark Grutzmacher Kevin Patrick Buker v. Howard County Chief William...


Mt. Washington psychologist winning big on 'Jeopardy!'

Rebecca Wald, a 43-year-old Mt. Washington resident, has won $43,200 so far as a two-day "Jeopardy!" champion.

New homes planned in Elkridge confront old burial ground

When Jason van Kirk scouted land in Elkridge where his company, Elm Street Development, plans to build 42 houses, the developer was in for a surprise. The land, full of brambles and brush, contained at least nine graves, dated to the mid- to late-1800s, and in varying stages of disarray.

Five men arrested in Howard police prostitution sting

Five men, including two Howard County residents, were charged with prostitution solicitation late Sunday night following a Howard County police sting operation. Police said Monday that Xavier Alexander Lloyd, 24, of Ellicott City; Olaolowa Omotosho, 27, of Laurel; Ceon Anthony December, 20, of Baltimore; and Henry Osae Ani, 36, and Jose Reynaldo Benitez-Cruz, 43, both of Beltsville, were all charged with solicitation of prostitution and disorderly conduct.

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.

Travel to Eastern Europe via music

Frances Motyca Dawson, who founded Columbia Pro Cantare in 1977, will lead a program of Eastern European music Sunday. Columbia Pro Cantare music director Frances Motyca Dawson has done a lot of music reflecting her Czech heritage over the years and other Eastern European countries also have been part of the musical mix.

Standout Chinese, dim sum at Ellicott City's Asian Court

When I first visited Asian Court in 2012, the restaurant occupied an unassuming spot in an Ellicott City shopping center on busy U.S. 40. But I was so engrossed with the excellent Chinese food that I didn't pay much attention to the bare-bones dining room. Then, last summer, the owners - Kay Chen and her husband, Luu Quoc Hung, who is the chef - moved to fancier quarters in Turf Valley Towne Square, about 7 miles west of the old place.

Ellicott City Home Considered 'Total Loss' After Fire

The fire had already engulfed the entire residence -- and the roof began to collapse -- when both Howard and Carroll County units arrived on scene. Officials say the fire was under control after 45 minutes but it took almost two hours to completely extinguish the blaze.

Bus drivers are 'transportation teachers' in father-daughter children's book

Howard County students Cypress and Renarda Booker published a book with their father, Mark Booker, called "Why Our Teacher Wears Yellow," follows the adventures of Roodee the yellow school bus and his little friends. The book shares the importance of school bus drivers.

Bikeway is a win-win for Columbia [Commentary]

Fifty years ago, Columbia began with the promise that a community designed to encourage connections - between people, their homes, nature, commerce and wellness - could thrive at its fullest potential. That vision was not only limited to planning villages, service centers and housing.

Kish Gallery hosts Artists' Gallery members

Although the Artists' Gallery moved from downtown Columbia to Main Street in Ellicott City last fall, its members are hanging out on a Columbia gallery wall again. That's because there is an "Artists' Gallery Member Show" currently on display at the Bernice Kish Gallery at Slayton House.

Howard County spending advisers urge tighter grip on budget reins

Steve Sachs, right, chairman of the Spending Affordability Advisory Committee, says Howard County has "matured" and has "less potential growth." County Executive Allan Kittleman is next to Sachs.

Tickets Going Fast for Howard County Arts Council at the 20th Annual Celebration of the Arts Gala

It's not too late to reserve your tickets for Howard County's signature event! The Howard County Arts Council presents the Celebration of the Arts in Howard County on Saturday, March 25, 2017 at the Peter and Elizabeth Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center, Howard Community College, Columbia, MD. Tickets are $100 and $50 and can be purchased online at , by phone at 410-313-ARTS , or in the Arts Council office at 8510 High Ridge Road, Ellicott City, MD 21043.

University of Maryland School of Medicine's Dr. Stephen Davis...

Stephen Davis, MBBS, FRCP, MACP, the Theodore E. Woodward Endowed Chair and the Professor and Chairman of the Department of Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine ; Director of the General Clinical Research Center and the Clinical Translational Science Institute; and Vice-President of Clinical Translational Science for the University of Maryland, Baltimore campus, has received the Mary Betty Stevens Award for Outstanding Clinical Research from the Maryland Chapter of the American College of Physicians . Dr. Davis received the award during the chapter's annual scientific meeting on Friday, February 17 at the Turf Valley Resort and Conference Center in Ellicott City.

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