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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
Calgary-based water pipeline company accepts $509M offer from New York partner

A Calgary-based water pipeline technology and inspection company says it has agreed to be sold for more than half a billion dollars to New York-based Xylem Inc. Pure Technologies Ltd. says the offering price of $9 per share or $509 million in cash is more than double its closing share price last Friday. The stock rose to $8.93 on Monday morning.

Operation Christmas Child reaches needy children, one shoe box at a time

Volunteers for Operation Christmas Child at a Columbia warehouse help process shoe boxes of items to send to needy children around the world. Volunteers for Operation Christmas Child at a Columbia warehouse help process shoe boxes of items to send to needy children around the world.

Cleaveland Smith, Danielle Cantrell and Anunya Camprasert | Berkshire Hathaway Realty

Smith will be a member of The Ritchie Group, with team members Don Ritchie and Stephen Blanks. As a Columbia resident for 10 years, Smith is very familiar with the Maryland area, allowing him to advise his clients accordingly.

Howard County schools spotlight computer science in Hour of Code event

Fifth grade students get a special visit from interim superintendent Michael Martirano while they participate in an hour of code during Tim Incavido's technology class at Guilford Elementary School in Columbia on Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017. In school systems across the country, including Howard County, teachers are infusing daily lessons with computer skills to provide students with a foundation of technical knowledge from a young age.

Ex-NSA spy believes microwave attack gave him Parkinson's

Corey Feldman WAS telling the truth: Santa Barbara police say they've found historic audio of him naming abusers which he claims they then covered up Six women sue Harvey Weinstein and top Weinstein Company executives - including Knicks owner James Dolan - claiming they engaged in racketeering by covering up sex assault allegations Disgraced Matt Lauer is 'weak and broken and ashamed' say friends who admit he abused his power at Today but REFUSE to believe the more shocking allegations against him Afterwards, he found out that the NSA suspected a hostile enemy country had used microwave radiation to attack him and a partner 10 years prior There is very little research on the relationship between Parkinson's and microwave radiation, but experts admit that Beck's theory 'cannot be ruled out' A former US National Security Agency officer believes that a weaponized microwave attack caused the ... (more)

Seniors finding a voice with Columbia Encore Chorale

Encore Chorale rehersal Owen Brown Interfaith Center, Columbia, November 25, 2017. A group of 45 singers all ages 55 and up have been meeting for 15 weeks to present a series of holiday concerts, the first one being on Dec. 7. After losing her home in a fire two years ago, Ellicott City resident Sharon Koenig needed something positive in her life.

Mike Beck keeps mementos from his NSA career at his home in Columbia, Md.

Mike Beck, who retired from the National Security Agency last year, thinks his Parkinson's disease is linked to a visit he made to a hostile country. Mike Beck, who retired from the National Security Agency last year, thinks his Parkinson's disease is linked to a visit he made to a hostile country.

BWW Interview: Josh Davis of Les Miserables at Broadway Theater League

The barricades of Paris are about to be re-installed on the stage at the Kansas City Music Hall December 5 through December 10. For one week only, the new, 25th Anniversary edition of 's epic musical version of Victor Hugo 's 2500 page 1862 novel "Les Miserables" performs to what is expected to be full houses. and Jean-Marc Natel first created "Les MIserables" as a concert album and then as a play that opened in Paris in 1980.

Shopping for classical holiday concerts in Howard County

Soprano Amy van Roekel will join with three other guest soloists to perform Handel's "Messiah" with Columbia Pro Cantare on Dec. 3. Soprano Amy van Roekel will join with three other guest soloists to perform Handel's "Messiah" with Columbia Pro Cantare on Dec. 3. The weeks quickly running up to the holiday season make it difficult for people to concentrate on anything other than shopping and, well, more shopping. That's why local classical music organizations know that it's best to schedule their concerts for early in December.

Innovative year for Old Westminster winery is just the latest in a series of them

Old Westminster Winery in Westminster, Maryland, has been frequently referenced in this blog and others, as the family-owned and operated winery in Maryland that over the last five years has rapidly raised its profile and grown its audience. That the principals are the family's son and two daughters, young faces in an industry that's overall middle-aged who are experimenting with product and message has helped them gain notice.

Craft Brewers Get Craftier About Location

Welsh: "When zoning codes began to embrace the concept of craft breweries, that finally opened the door for brewers that who were waiting in the wings with their investors and business plans ready." COLUMBIA, MD-Don't be surprised if the next time you're feeling a little thirsty you find your local craft brewery is shuttered.

Howard County General leaders address communication issues between primary, hospital doctors

State Del. Terri Hill organized a public forum Nov. 27 with Howard County General Hospital leaders to address communication between primary care physicians and hospital based doctors, known as hospitalists.

Reward increased for info in Columbia homicide

Meiko Anthony Locksley, 25, was shot and killed on September 3. He was found by a neighbor in the 5500 block of Harpers Farm Road. He was taken to Shock Trauma where he died.

Old Line's sweetener for Bay Bancorp: Fix issues, get an extra $2M

Bay Bancorp shareholders can expect a higher payout from the company's pending sale to Old Line Bancshares - thanks to a pair of contingencies included in their merger agreement. Old Line, a $2.1 billion-asset company in Bowie, Md., agreed in September to pay $129 million for the $652 million-asset Bay, which is based in Columbia, Md.

Josh McPhearson Relishes On-Field Moment With Brother Zech

The McPhearson family is a college football family through and through. Four brothers not including Josh and Zech played college football while their father played for the New England Patriots at the NFL level.

Columbia nursing home makes elder Koreans feel at home

A woman sat in a wheelchair intently reading a story in a Korean-language newspaper about an earthquake that had ravaged a part of her native land. Other grey-haired residents at the Lorien Columbia skilled nursing center clapped their hands as they sang a traditional Korean song about feeling sentimental for one's hometown.

Skimming devices found at gas stations

Within the past two weeks, Howard county police have found skimming devices at two different gas stations. On November 12th a skimming device was located at the Exxon in the 10100 block of Little Patuxent Parkway in Columbia.

Vectorworks 2018 Now Available in...

Latest release from Vectorworks, Inc. focuses on BIM usability, design productivity and analysis Columbia, MD -Global design and BIM software developer Vectorworks, Inc. has released the Spanish version of its Vectorworks 2018 product line, which includes VectorworksA Architect, Landmark, Spotlight, Designer and Fundamentals. New this year is Braceworksa , a structural load analysis add-on module targeted to designers and riggers working on temporary structures.

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Joint venture snags valuable Columbia flex space

A partnership between Feldman Bergin Development and Fortified Property Group has purchased a three-building flex/office portfolio in Columbia for an undisclosed price. The company announced the acquisition of 8970, 8980 and 8990 Route 108 in Howard County that total 85,000 square feet of space.

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