Top News: Burglary Suspect Found in Dumpster, Accolades for Schools and an Elkridge Car Explosion
Patch brings you the top headlines of the week.
Police said a man believed to be involved in a string of Ellicott City cat burglaries was arrested after attempting to hide in a dumpster on Tamar Drive in Columbia.
Google Flu Trends "uses aggregated Google search data to estimate current flu activity around the world in near real-time," its website stated.
Howard County public schools have received national distinction from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for “outstanding practices in school nutrition programs
Police say a fiery car was the cause of reports of an early morning explosion Tuesday in Elkridge.
Fire officials said the woman suffered life-threatening injuries in one-alarm fire in an apartment building on Tamar Drive.
Deputies were serving a warrant related to a Jan. 8 home invasion in Mt. Airy, in western Howard County.
The chain sandwich shop opened its second location in Columbia in December.
Defense says shooting of Bryan Adams is not first-degree murder during retrial of Antajuan Lawntee Wilson.
The Howard County executive says his top priority in the 2013 General Assembly Session is to avoid additional cuts in state aid.
Police said the 17-year-old student was struck by a vehicle while walking in a crosswalk.
The two suspects are wanted for their possible involvement with a string of daytime burglaries in September.
Teachers across the country have been attending self defense classes post-Sandy Hook, according to news reports.
The state received a B+ grade by Education Week, which released the annual report.
Barnes & Noble has announced poor holiday sales, according to published reports.
Both sides say they're seeking 'compromise.'
This information was supplied by the Howard County Police Department