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Howard Launches Government Transparency Site

Howard Launches Government Transparency Site

As originally seen in the Baltimore Sun on May 8, 2015.  Howard County on Friday rolled out an initiative aimed at increasing government transparency, a new data portal on the government’s website called OpenHoward. The site, at opendata.howardcountymd.gov,... read more
Howard County Celebrates 24th Business Appreciation Week

Howard County Celebrates 24th Business Appreciation Week

As originally seen on the Howard County Maryland Economic Development Authority Webpage on April 1, 2015. More than 100 businesses will be visited during the week of May 4 as part of Howard County’s annual Business Appreciation Week – a week set aside to directly... read more
Kittleman Announces New Mental Health Initiatives

Kittleman Announces New Mental Health Initiatives

As originally seen in the Baltimore Sun on 4/14/2015 Howard County is partnering with two of the county’s biggest public health institutions on a new mental health initiative, County Executive Allan Kittleman announced Tuesday. The news follows the release of a... read more
WomenFest 2015

WomenFest 2015

Join Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman for a day in the sun at WomenFest 2015! Come out and join us for an important community event as we visit with over 90 vendors and exhibitors, many of which are operated by women business owners. (Oh, and participants get a... read more
Laurel Main Street Festival Parade

Laurel Main Street Festival Parade

Join Team Kittleman on May 9th for the Laurel Main Street Festival Parade. The parade begins at 9:00am and festivities continue throughout the day. Walk in the parade with County Executive Allan Kittleman and stay for a day of entertainment, food, vendors, music and... read more
No More Parking Meters For Ellicott City, Kittleman Says

No More Parking Meters For Ellicott City, Kittleman Says

As originally seen in the Baltimore Sun on April 2, 2015  Time has run out for Ellicott City’s parking meters. Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman announced Thursday that parking meters in the historic district would be discontinued immediately, a decision... read more

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