Top News: A Stolen Urn, Mall Groundbreaking and a No Show for Snow
Patch brings you the top headlines of the week in Howard County.
An urn containing ashes was stolen from a hallway closet from a Columbia residence.
Here's a list of closings for the holiday on Monday.
The 18-year-old crashed a Cadillac Escalade into a tree on Triadelphia Mill Road early Friday, according to police.
After a few swings of golden sledgehammers, construction will soon begin on the expansion of the Mall in Columbia.
Police say the Baltimore County man inappropriately touched students at the Maryland School for the Deaf.
The Public Service Commission came to Ellicott City - again - to hear from residents around the county.
The National Weather Service's update forecast does have some precipitation, but not the white, fluffy kind.
The new officers were sworn in Thursday night.
Police say Cpl. Matthew Telep may have been cut off while driving home.
Three Maryland county executives joined Dan Rodricks to discuss national, state and local issues.
Someone is stealing checks from outgoing mail and cashing them, said police.
Once renovations begin, the lakefront restaurant will be closed for eight weeks.
Authorities said money was sewn into handbags and flown with women across the country as payment for drug shipments.
Howard County Executive Ken Ulman now has $2.13 million in available campaign cash, but trails at least one expected gubernatorial candidate.
The new restaurant will feature authentic Mexican fare such as tacos al pastor, barbacoa and 100 percent agave margaritas.
The 18-year-old remains in critical condition at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.
A Columbia man was sentenced to 70 years after he pleaded guilty to first-degree murder before the conclusion of his retrial.
Howard County Police said someone fired multiple gunshots at a residence in the 5200 block of Candy Root Court.