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A suburb of Baltimore, Columbia is a planned community consisting of ten self-contained villages. Creator and developer James W. Rouse saw the new community in terms of human values, not just in terms of economics and engineering. Opened in 1967, Columbia was designed to not only eliminate the inconveniences of then-current subdivision design, but also eliminate racial, religious, and income segregation.

Population: 97200
Local Newspapers: The Baltimore Sun
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore Orioles (MLB) Baltimore Ravens (NFL)
Local Colleges: Johns Hopkins University Coppin State University Towson University

Zip Codes associated with columbia, maryland: 21044 21045 21046
Towns/Cities near columbia, maryland : Ellicott City Linwood Elkridge Hopewell Simpsonville Clarksville

Columbia News
Route 29 pedestrian bridge construction to resume Oct. 26

Renovations to Bridge Columbia, which is above Route 29 in Columbia, include a geometric structure and lighting upgrades. The Route 29 pedestrian bridge in Columbia will close to pedestrians, again, beginning Thursday, Oct. 26, as construction resumes after a delay in crews receiving materials.

Martirano vows to 'eradicate' bullying from Howard schools

Atholton's Bully-Free Forever Club members join a bullying prevention event at Atholton High School in Columbia, MD on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017. Interim Superintendent Michael Martirano looked uncharacteristically somber as he stood at the podium Thursday morning in Atholton High School, ready to unveil the school system's latest anti-bullying efforts.

'Cry-Baby' at Slayton House in Columbia will make you smile

Baltimore film director John Waters evolved from underground notoriety to more-or-less mainstream acceptance. A sure sign of it is that two of his movies have been adapted into big-budget musicals.

Benjamin Yerxa Named CEO for Foundation Fighting Blindness

COLUMBIA, Md.- The Foundation Fighting Blindness has selected Benjamin Yerxa, a biotechnology and drug development executive, as its chief executive officer, effective immediately, according to an announcement from the organization. The Foundation Fighting Blindness is one of the world's leading private funder and strategic champion of research on preventions, treatments and cures for inherited retinal diseases.

Primal reasons to hear 'Carmina Burana' by Columbia Pro Cantare

German composer Carl Orff's "Carmina Burana" has been an audience favorite ever since it premiered in 1937. Based on a 13th-century Latin poem, this scenic cantata has a primal energy that always hits listeners in a visceral way.

Final route selected for controversial power line project through part of northern Harford

The company had been looking for several routes to connect a new electric switching substation planned near the Susquehanna River in York County with the existing Conastone switching station near Norrisville in Harford County, a distance of about 16 miles. A similar connection is planned between switching facilities in south central Pennsylvania and Washington County, Md., near Smithsburg, about 29 miles.

Why We Go to the Moon

I was engaged in two workshop-conferences last week in Columbia, Maryland. The first was the annual meeting of the Lunar Exploration and Analysis Group - a group of lunar scientists and engineers who came to share ideas about new missions, measurements and exploration.

Lunar Scientists Want to Hitch a Ride on America's Next Moonshot

At least, some day. Pence didn't give a date, details, or even a ballpark cost during his speech at the opening of the But he did give a morale boost to 200 attendees at NASA's Lunar Exploration Advisory Group, which held its annual meeting this week in Columbia, Md.

Erickson Living presents plans for Clarksville retirement community

A rendering of the proposed Erickson Living retirement community in Clarksville. The community would include 1,200 independent living units and 240 assisted living units.

Boyfriend indicted on murder charges in death of Wilde Lake teacher

A grand jury has indicted Tyler Tessier on a murder charge in the slaying of his pregnant girlfriend, court documents say. A grand jury has indicted Tyler Tessier on a murder charge in the slaying of his pregnant girlfriend, court documents say.

Headed for the finale of Columbia Idol

Highlights from the semi-finals of the Columbia Teen Idol competition at the Slayton House Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 5. Highlights from the semi-finals of the Columbia Teen Idol competition at the Slayton House Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 5. On Oct. 15 at Lakfefront stage, 10 local youths will sing their hearts out with hopes of capturing the title "Columbia Teen Idol" and a cash prize of $300. Hosted by the Columbia Association, the competition has been spotlighting teens every fall for 15 years.

Trial delayed for man charged in Virginia teen's killing

The trial of a former Virginia Tech student charged with murder in the death of a 13-year-old girl has been postponed. David Eisenhauer, of Columbia, Maryland, was scheduled to stand trial next month in the 2016 killing of Nicole Lovell of Blacksburg.

Kittleman, Guzzone awarded Community Action Council's Humanitarian Award

Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman, third from the right, and state Sen. Guy Guzzone, fifth from the right, participate in the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new location for the Howard County Food Bank in January. Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman, third from the right, and state Sen. Guy Guzzone, fifth from the right, participate in the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new location for the Howard County Food Bank in January.

Nicole Lovell murder case: Eisenhauer attorneys want evidence tossed

Incriminating statements that David Edmond Eisenhauer made about the murder of 13-year-old Nicole Lovell should be thrown out because investigators violated his rights, his attorneys argue in a new court filing.

Local campaign finance back in the spotlight at panel event

Months after the Howard County Council passed public campaign financing legislation , political activists will gather on Sunday to discuss campaign finance reform at an event hosted by the group Together We Will Howard County. The event, Oct. 15 at 6 p.m. at the Owen Brown Interfaith Center in Columbia, will include discussion of the county's new public campaign financing law, which was passed in June.

Silhouette Stages Names First Artistic Director

Silhouette Stages has named its first Artistic Director, Tommy Malek. Tommy will lead the efforts to continue to bring the highest quality theatrical productions to Howard County.

Niche Polymer adding jobs and equipment in W. Va.

Materials firm Niche Polymer LLC is adding 30 jobs and installing two more twin-screw extrusion lines to increase production for automotive customers. Officials with Niche - a compounder based in Columbia, Md., with manufacturing operations in Ravenswood, W. Va.

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