Howard County Times

The Howard County Times was founded on 17 March 1840, in Ellicott City, the major town along the upper branches of the Patapsco River (and future county seat) of Howard County, Maryland, just west of Baltimore, the major city and port of Maryland, when Edward Waite and Matthew Fields purchased the Howard Free Press. The name changed again to the Howard District Press (When the county was briefly known as the Western or Howard District of neighboring older Anne Arundel County). The name changed again to The Howard Gazette just prior to the American Civil War. In 1869, the Howard County Times was created with the merger of the Howard County Record, founded by John R. Brown. In 1882, Edwin Warfield, (1848-1920), later Governor of Maryland at the turn of the 19th Century (and future banker and founder/publisher of The Daily Record, a legal/business/finance newspaper (published Monday–Friday) in Baltimore purchased the paper while running for office. Source

Outlet Details

Scope Local
Language English
Country United States of America
Media Market Baltimore
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Frequency Weekly
Days Published Thu

Howard County Times Journalists