On Dec. 29, a deadly house fire claimed the life of Ellicott City resident Betty Ann Davis, 70. Authorities have stated that Davis was pronounced dead at the scene and was found on the first floor of her home located at the intersection of Roundhill Road and Doncaster […]
By Rachel Bowman Winter break this year is almost two weeks, which in my opinion is pretty awesome. But how horrible would it be if you spent the whole time snowed in? Sure, you can watch Netflix and catch up on some much-needed sleep, but wouldn’t you rather […]
On Dec. 16 and 17, Mt. Hebron hosted its annual Winter Concert, a two-night performance featuring hundreds of talented students within the school’s fine arts programs. The second night featured groups ranging from Wind Ensemble to Barbershop Quartet, and for the first time ever, a combination of singers […]
With just seven days until Christmas, students are finalizing their wish lists and giving them to their parents with hopes of having every wish fulfilled! It can be difficult to decide exactly what to get for family or friends. What does everyone want this year? What are the hot items […]
Over the past week, Mt. Hebron’s Viking Service Club has been working tirelessly alongside the Toys for Tots organization in order to create a happier holiday season for the less fortunate. With the assistance and guidance of the club’s sponsor, Counselor Tina Flynn, the club has succeeded in […]
In modern society, technology has become an increasingly significant part of our lives. Therefore, it may come as a shock to most of The Mountain’s readers that 90% of schools in the United States do not teach Computer Science as an in-school course. In order to promote computer […]
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