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Scott E's Blog Turns Four Years Old Today

My baby blog turns four today. It has been a fun four years of writing articles. I am a stat kind of guy and...

Oct. 1 Coffee and Conversation and over 2 Dozen Howard County Candidates!

I ran across this on the Better Howard Together Facebook group and thought I would share it to my readers. Oct. 1 Coffee and Conversation and over...

Fatal overdoses in Howard County are down in 2019 so far

Some good news when it comes to the number of fatal overdoses in Howard County...so far...they are down in 2019 mid way through the...

The Peoples Voice PAC Endorsements – State Senate and Delegate candidates in District 9,...

I have written previous articles about earlier endorsements from The People's Voice for Howard County Council and Howard County Board of Education...today I saw...

Candace Dodson-Reed Resigns From The Howard County Democratic Central Committee

In an announcement on Facebook today...Candace Dodson Reed will be resigning from the Howard County Democratic Central Committee. Here is the Facebook statement: Sometimes in...

Images and Video from Tornado Warning On May 30 in Howard County

Article update: The National Weather Service confirmed a tornado touched down in Howard County on Thursday afternoon (May 30th). It was the second tornado...

Reactions To The Ellicott City Proposal – Part 1

By now you have heard about the plan to make major changes to Ellicott City...if not...here is a except of the plan (which you...

Ellicott City's Main Street reopened to two-way traffic west of Old Columbia Pike and...

Some good news concerning Main Street in Ellicott City...this is taken from County Executive Allan Kittleman's Facebook page: This morning, Ellicott City's Main Street was...

In-County Opioid Deaths Down 25.5% in Howard County

Announced via Press Release: June 7, 2019 Media Contact: Scott Peterson, Director of Communications, Office of Public Information, 202-277-9412 Howard County Executive Ball Releases 2019 Report on Opioids,...

Baltimore City proposes a plastic bag ban

Baltimore City is looking to be next next jurisdiction in Maryland to pass a ban on plastic bags (following Westminster, Chestertown and Takoma Park). Council...