Alison Knezevich

Writer

Alison Knezevich reports on local issues in Baltimore County and the region. She joined The Sun in 2011 and has covered county government and politics, courts and criminal justice. She previously worked at the Charleston (W.Va.) Gazette, where she reported on state politics and other topics. She grew up in Pittsburgh and is a graduate of Northwestern University.

Recent Articles

  • Man, 37, indicted in fatal Windsor Mill shooting

    Man, 37, indicted in fatal Windsor Mill shooting

    A 37-year-old Baltimore man faces charges including first-degree murder in the March shooting death of another man in Windsor Mill. Court records show Kevin Tryone Glover was indicted Monday in Baltimore County. He is accused in the fatal shooting of 24-year-old Bernie Maurice Slater, also of Baltimore,...

  • Residents of Towson neighborhood confront racist legacy of covenants

    Residents of Towson neighborhood confront racist legacy of covenants

    Hiteshi Auburn liked the tree-lined streets and sturdy brick homes of Rodgers Forge. She loved how the children played outside and walked to school. But most of all, it was the sense of community that attracted her family to the Towson neighborhood — where, she says, you can’t live long without...

  • Demolition underway at Seagram's property in Dundalk

    Demolition underway at Seagram's property in Dundalk

    Baltimore County officials issued a permit Wednesday allowing the owner to raze the former Seagram’s plant in Dundalk, a property that has long drawn complaints from residents. An excavator began tearing down a brick building the same day at the shuttered distillery, where a series of fires has...

  • Mural helps an East Baltimore neighborhood draw on its strengths

    Mural helps an East Baltimore neighborhood draw on its strengths

    Oysters, drums, water and sky — all are among the images that now adorn what were once blank walls near a stretch of East Madison Street in Baltimore. Residents gathered there Saturday to mark the completion of the mural by artist Pablo Machioli with a cookout and music. “Everything’s connected,”...

  • More than 8,000 settlement checks now sent in Dr. Nikita Levy case

    More than 8,000 settlement checks now sent in Dr. Nikita Levy case

    More than 8,000 checks have been mailed to former patients of Johns Hopkins gynecologist Dr. Nikita Levy as part of a class-action settlement, but some still have not yet received a full payment. Some women have gotten only 80 percent of their settlement award because the trustee of the $190 million...

  • Baltimore County sewer fee billing draws complaints

    Baltimore County sewer fee billing draws complaints

    Unsure of data from a new water meter system, Baltimore County officials decided this year to estimate county residents’ sewer fees — a decision that has led to complaints of inaccurate bills. The bills estimate sewer charges based on residents’ water consumption from two years ago, rather than...

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