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Ellicott City is located in central Maryland. The town has been called one of the most haunted small towns on the east coast. There is a Ghost Tour that visits places that have reputations of paranormal activity. These places include the Hayden House, the Lilburn mansion, the B&O railroad bridge, the old Ellicott City Firehouse and the Patapsco Female Institute. Notable residents of Ellicott City have included famous baseball player Babe Ruth and tennis player Beatrice Capra.

Population: 56397
Local Newspapers: Baltimore City Paper Baltimore Times
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Ravens
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Zip Codes associated with ellicott city, maryland: 21042 21043
Towns/Cities near ellicott city, maryland : Catonsville Jessup Savage North Laurel Clarksville Simpsonville Milford Mill

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Exclusive: Photos of Sprouts Farmers Market's Ellicott City store, its first mid-Atlantic location

Sprouts Farmers Market is preparing to open the doors to its first mid-Atlantic location in Ellicott City Wednesday.

Ellicott City woman honored as SBA's Md. Small Business Person of the Year

Tamara Michele Beideman, the owner of Ellicott City-based Elizabeth Jane Inc., was named Maryland's Small Business Person of the Year Monday by U.S. Small Business Administration Director Linda McMahon. She was one of 52 honorees chosen from the 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico for the honor.

Funding for Howard's schools, bike network and health programs supported

Hundreds attended the March 8 budget public hearing to show their support for county funding for a variety of programs and services, in particular the school system and the county's bike network. Hundreds attended the March 8 budget public hearing to show their support for county funding for a variety of programs and services, in particular the school system and the county's bike network.

Baltimore-area brewers say proposed aluminum tariff could raise the price of a six pack

Manor Hill Brewing in Ellicott City buys cans by the tractor trailer-load to package its beer offerings.

Sleepwear run in Druid Hill benefits Maryland's Fuel Fund

When the organizers of a 5K pajamas-only charity race arrived in Druid Hill Park, they never dreamed that downed tree limbs would be blocking the running path and brisk winds would be no match for their flannel running garb. "Somehow, by the time the race started, a contractor arrived with a saw and the winds let up a little," said Kevin Cheung, the Ellicott City man who conceived the Run in Pajamas with his wife, Crystal.

Home of the Day: An Architectural Masterpiece

By Creig Northrop, Realtor Home of the Day is presented by the Washington Business Journal with Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc..

Sprouts to open first Md. store March 14

Sprouts to open first Md. store March 14 Sprouts Farmers Market will kick off its mid-Atlantic expansion with the opening of its first Maryland store March 14 in Ellicott City.

Savoring local fare: Howard County leans into the farm-to-table trend

Executive Chef Daniel Wecker at Elkridge Furnace Inn in Elkridge and Nora Crist at Clark's Farm in Ellicott City on Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. It was a rainy, cold morning at the Elkridge Furnace Inn on Friday, but the restaurant's greenhouses were teeming with lettuce, spinach, carrots and more, all destined for the historic restaurant.

Howard Bancorp Completes Acquisition of First Mariner Bank, Progresses on Integration and Relocation

With the transaction finalized, the combined Howard team will immediately begin to implement tactical plans for the successful integration of the former First Mariner's staff, branches, and systems. The combined organization, which will conduct business under the Howard Bank name, will operate 21 locations in the Greater Baltimore Metropolitan Area.

Howard County-based app offering personalized discounts expands to Baltimore, Towson

MyCustomCoupon, a mobile app with roots in Howard County that tailors discounts to customers based on their needs, is expanding to Baltimore and Towson. Created by Ellicott City residents Ashish and Beena Bakshi, MyCustomCoupon allows users to request deals on specific items or services - such as six cheese pizzas or a pedicure - and nearby businesses that offer the item can provide personalized discounts directly to users.

Historic Ellicott City is rebounding with nearly 20 new businesses

Historic Ellicott City has a new name. These days, people are calling the once flood-ravaged town "New Old Ellicott City."

Don't Miss The Howard County Arts Council's Celebration Of The Arts Gala

It's not too late to reserve your tickets for Howard County's signature event! The Howard County Arts Council presents the Celebration of the Arts in Howard County on Saturday, March 24, 2018 at the Peter and Elizabeth Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center, Howard Community College, Columbia, MD. Tickets are $100 and $50 and can be purchased online at , by phone at 410-313-ARTS , or in the Arts Council office at 8510 High Ridge Road, Ellicott City, MD 21043.

Home of the Week: Eastport home of newlyweds is a blend of comfort and elegance

They have a beautiful home with a view of Spa Creek, They enjoy paddling on creek in their canoes, they know the quickest way to Davis's Pub, and, on a sunny day in June 2017, they were married at the Annapolis Maritime Museum. Sheila Stark hails from Great Britain and her two daughters from a previous marriage now live in London, though they were born in Maryland.

Howard executive highlights cooperation, announces opioid-fighting initiatives

Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman gave his fourth State of the County address on Feb. 22 at the Turf Valley Resort in Ellicott City. Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman gave his fourth State of the County address on Feb. 22 at the Turf Valley Resort in Ellicott City.

Grosse, milling executive at Wilkins-Rogers, dies

George R. Grosse, a longtime executive with Wilkins-Rogers, Inc., died Feb. 12 at his Westminster home. He was 80. He spent more than 50 years in the commodities brokerage and flour milling business, mostly with Wilkins-Rogers, Inc., Ellicott City, Maryland, U.S., where he was the company's head grain merchandiser and vice-president of commercial marketing and sales.

Howard's growing bike path connections [Commentary]

As someone who bikes frequently, I know how uneasy it can be to take a trip to work, the park or the store. Sharing today's roads with faster cars and distracted drivers can make anyone second-guess choosing to get around by bike.

Ellicott City cobbler's prize-winning shoes stolen from Arundel Mills shop

Shoe cobbler Sunny Yoo, of Ellicott City, is asking for the public's help to find his prize-winning shoes that earned him a silver medal in an international shoe repair contest after they were stolen from his family's business over the weekend. In December 2016, Yoo submitted the pair of Allen Edmonds dress shoes to the 2016 German Shoe Repair contest, repairing the right shoe and leaving the tattered left shoe untouched.

'It takes you right back': Maryland native, mother of Sandy ...

Columbia native Michele Gay, the mother of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victim Josephine "Joey" Gay, says she finds hope in how the Florida high school students are leading the fight after Wednesday's mass shooting. Columbia native Michele Gay, the mother of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victim Josephine "Joey" Gay, says she finds hope in how the Florida high school students are leading the fight after Wednesday's mass shooting.

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