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New partnership will bring high-speed Internet to underserved western Howard County

When Nicole and Renard Parson moved from the bustling streets of New York City to the rolling hills of western Howard County five years ago, they were in for a surprise. 31 more words

Bill would ease parking standards for Towson Circle property

The Baltimore County Council on Feb. 9 was expected to consider a bill by Councilman David Marks aimed at easing parking limitations at what is currently Towson Circle. 29 more words

Petition seeks to leave Towson Triangle out of overlay district

Concerned about high-density development in downtown Towson — especially within the so-called Towson Triangle — some residents are circulating a petition asking Baltimore County to limit the geographic area of a proposed special overlay zoning district for the commercial core to north of Towsontown… 9 more words

A Winning Super Bowl QB Comp.

Do you know who owns these two Super-Bowl-winning quarterback stat lines?

I’ll give you a hint:   197 more words

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Part I.

“We bought a boat.”  The phrase, alone, is simple.  It’s the kind of rudimentary phrase that you could find in an elementary school student’s language arts textbook.   1,404 more words

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Chipotle to invest up to $10 million to help suppliers grow safer food

Chipotle will spend up to $10 million on an initiative to help its smaller suppliers produce safer meat and vegetables, company founder, chairman and co-CEO Steve Ells said. 28 more words

Apple takes its eye off the ball: Why Apple fans are really coming to hate Apple software

There always have been two great virtues in Apple’s policy of keeping the development of hardware and core software in-house: their seamless integration with each other and their quality. 26 more words