More hours added to the requirement?! On April 1, 2023, the Howard County Board Of Education announced plans of updating service hour requirements for all HCPSS students. Instead of the original 75 hours, it could potentially increase to 90-100 hours of service. The BOE said that Howard County students are not as involved in the community as in other counties, and they believe that this … Continue reading We Still Need Your Service!
Popular Chain Restaurant Replacing Beloved OM Eatery With changes to the Oakland Mills (OM) Village Center already in play, it comes as no surprise that another beloved OM business is closing its doors for good. The owners of Pizzaman, the popular pizzeria and teen hangout spot, have decided to change course and shut down their restaurant. Pizzaman’s doors will close officially on April 25th. However, … Continue reading Chick-Fil-A is on its Way
Long-awaited new music Attention all Rihanna fans! The most anticipated album finally has a release date! Many fans from all over the world have been waiting many years for Rihanna to release a new album since her last album, Anti, in 2016. This past week, Rihanna released a Twitter statement stating, “R9 will be released on April 4! Thank you all for the love and … Continue reading Rihanna’s New Album
Notorious rapper freed after five years After being incarcerated back in 2017, the notorious rapper Tay K has been released on parole. The Texas-based rapper walked out of Bexar County Adult Detention Center last Saturday. Tay K made the following statement on his Twitter account, “I recognize and deeply regret that my immature decisions as a teenager would lead to something like this that I … Continue reading Tay K is Free From Jail
Take a look at OMHS’s Newest Set of School Rules In the beginning of each school year, students and faculty are reminded of the school policies that are in place to keep an orderly and safe learning environment. As this school year has progressed, it seems many of us have lost sight of some of those rules and strayed away from the orderly learning environment … Continue reading No More Phones? New Dress Code?