Top News: School Start Times Debate, Help for a Bullied Teen and an Indecent Exposure Arrest
Patch brings you the top news headlines of the week from Howard County.
After Karen Brocklebank's son threatened to kill himself, she asked for support on social media and it came, by the thousands.
Stephen Rane went to Centennial High School. He was killed Tuesday in College Park.
A local father says high school students are sleep deprived.
The Breakfast Shoppe in Severna Park recently celebrated "Ava Conklin Day," which honored an Elkridge girl who has been at the center of their recent fundraising efforts. The event featured cake, TV interviews and a check for the family.
Developers plan to build 416 residential units, office and commercial space where a parking lot currently sits at the Savage Marc station.
Developers and county officials broke ground on the mixed-use building near the Mall in Columbia on Monday morning.
Instead of the traditional gifts, this couple wants to use Valentine's Day to help others.
The plan is being hailed by supporters as a major achievement, but blasted by critics for a lack of specifics.
Police said a Burtonsville man exposed himself twice inside the Mall in Columbia.
Automatic cuts at the federal level could impact counties.
The master planner's Wilde Lake home offers lakefront views and remnants of the past.
Howard County police said they believe the man and woman have charged more than $3,000 to stolen credit cards at multiple stores in Howard County.
Also, Grammy nominees The Lumineers will play the following weekend.
The schools were cleared after police tracked down the source of the gunshots.