Top News: High School Rape Allegation, Wegmans Breaking Records and the Gun Legislation Debate
Patch brings you the top headlines of the week from Howard County.
The two suspects in a string of door kick-in burglaries were arrested in Florida, after skipping a bail hearing in November.
James LeMon said the school is continuing to improve safety procedures at the school after an alleged rape occurred inside the school on Monday.
Is it time for kindergarten next year? Here’s how to get registered.
Louis W. Uccellini will be the 16th director of the National Weather Service.
In a neighborhood where burglaries have risen in the past year, a police captain talks about the investigation and safety.
Police provided a more detailed outline in court documents of what they said happened at Wilde Lake High School earlier this week.
The Howard County Delegation's public hearing was dedicated, almost entirely, to testimony about newly proposed gun laws.
Village Center redevelopment plans move forward with a new CVS building.
Find out where to find flowers, chocolates and romantic places for Valentine’s Day 2013.
Wendy Webster, store manager of Wegmans Columbia discussed the store's first months of business.
Kimberly Hildebrand shares her pictures from New Orleans, where the Baltimore Ravens beat the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII.
The man's blood tested positive for prescription medication at the time of the accident.
Howard County Executive Ken Ulman was reportedly locked out of the Super Bowl during the power outage at the Superdome.
A video shows a woman, identified as Everett, beating a man at a group home for disabled individuals in Columbia.