Bomb Threat, Gambling and More: Howard County Week in Review

Check out a roundup of the past week's news in HoCo.

A Howard County Public Schools Assistant Principal pleaded guilty this week to stealing credit cards from administrators at two Howard County Schools. She is currently on leave.

Police charged Sharonmarie Michelle Webb, 29, of Baltimore, in a  incident that forced school authorities to evacuate buildings Thursday while it was investigated.

Friends and Farms Rethinks Grocery Shopping

The new Howard County business will provide farm-fresh food in weekly baskets.

Thousands of gamblers walked cheerfully into Maryland Live! near Arundel Mills Wednesday night, marking the official opening of the state’s largest casino.

A long-proposed plan to extend bike lanes that end at the Baltimore city line on Edmondson Avenue into Catonsville is finally becoming a reality.


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