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April 28, 2017 View email in browser
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New entertainment center, Barnes and Nobles spin-off coming to Mall in Columbia

Two new tenants will take up the top floor of the Sears at the Mall in Columbia by fall 2018 as the department store shrinks from two floors to one.
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Merriweather adds outdoor movie nights this summer

Beginning Memorial Day Weekend, visitors can watch classic and new films on the amphitheater’s outdoor screens, with food and beverages for sale by Manor Hill Brewing and Tavern.
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Three taken to hospitals after carbon monoxide leak in Savage

Three people were taken to hospitals after a carbon monoxide leak in business in Savage, Howard County fire officials said.
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Mt. Hebron girls lacrosse uses fast start to get past Centennial, 9-7

Centennial girls lacrosse at Mt. Hebron High School on Thursday, April 27 in Ellicott City
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Gail Holliday’s iconic posters return for Columbia’s 50th birthday

Gail Holliday has traveled across the country to Columbia to help preserve an aspect of her work that once greeted visitors to Columbia’s exhibition center — five metal pole “trees” that featured Holliday’s images of Columbia on 25 metal “leaves.”
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County continues to attract, grow businesses [Commentary]

In a commentary published in the Howard County Times, County Executive Allan Kittleman writes “one of my priorities since becoming County Executive has been job creation and economic development. A strong economy helps us keep up with the growing demands of our residents and businesses while holding the line on taxes.”
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Columbia now and for generations to come [Commentary]

Part of our series of essays from leaders imagining the future of Columbia.
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Ravens select Alabama CB Marlon Humphrey with No. 16 overall pick in NFL draft

Ravens select Alabama CB Marlon Humphrey with No. 16 overall pick in NFL draft
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