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Jarrett Trial Postponed, Same-Sex Marriage Licenses Available: Top News

Top headlines from news in Howard County during the week from Dec. 2 to Dec. 7, 2012.

 

A new court date for Robert Jarrett Jr. will be set this week.

Same-Sex Couples Can Now Obtain Marriage Licenses in Howard County

The licenses will become effective on Jan. 1, 2013.

Comment: 'What the Heck is Going on?'

For the second time in a month, Patch readers question bail set for a suspected criminal.

County Schools Not Selected as Finalist for Race to the Top Grant

Howard County Schools are no longer in the running for a $20 to $30 million federal grant.

Recreation and Parks Working on Solution for Blandair Noise

County's recreation and parks director says, "We know we have to figure out a way to reduce noise impact."

Police: Man Robbed in Cheesecake Factory Bathroom

Two men reportedly stole the man's watch, cell phone and Nike shoes.

Just in Time: Matcha Time

Japanese tea house opens on Main Street in Ellicott City.

Wine Bin to Sell Growlers of Hard-to-Find Beer

Wine Bin Owner: 'Yes, I have beer.'

Terrasa Elected County Council Chair

Mary Kay Sigaty elected vice chair.

Friends and Farms' Fresh Food Gaining Popularity

Local fresh food delivery business overcomes initial obstacles, eyes future expansion.

Maryland Moves Ahead with STEM Initiatives

Hammond High program showcases focus on science, technology, engineering and math.

Dan Rodricks Talks Ellicott City Parking

Discussion about parking in the Historic District reaches beyond Ellicott City. 

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