Top News: Bailed-out Burglars, Ale House Opening, Main Street Upgrades
Headlines from around Howard County for the week of Monday, Nov. 26 - Friday Nov. 30 2012.
Joseph Leo Baumgarten allegedly attacked Dianna Lynn Marketti after the two were released on bail.
Joseph Baumgarten, 40, and Dianna Marketti, 30, are wanted after failing to appear at a bail hearing.
Police say the 19-year-old broke into a vacant apartment and trashed it.
Columbia man arrested in string of burglaries.
Patch took a tour of the new restaurant last week.
Property owners can apply for matching funds for improvements thanks to state-allocated grant.
Ellicott City residents gave Steve Lafferty a host of ideas for how to incorporate residents into the county's new parking plan.
The technology allows users to operate phones without taking off their winter gloves.
Gary Graham is in stable condition after being shot at the Taco Bell on Minstrel Way on Nov. 11.
Repaired water slides may last four to five years.
Architects hired by Columbia Association presented four multi-million dollar options for a new indoor pool.
Did you decorate your house for the holidays this year? Enter our "Deck the House" contest and you could win $100,000 for your local school district and $500 to pay your electric bills!
A man in a Maryland gas station was caught on tape celebrating after examining a Powerball ticket.