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

  • Two sought after Anne Arundel sheriff's deputy is dragged by car

    Two sought after Anne Arundel sheriff's deputy is dragged by car

    An Anne Arundel County’ sheriff’s deputy was injured Saturday when he was dragged by a vehicle during an attempted arrest in Pasadena, the sheriff’s office said. The deputy, who was not identified, was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center, where he was treated and released, authorities said. The...

  • Man, 27, found dead in vacant East Baltimore house

    Man, 27, found dead in vacant East Baltimore house

    Baltimore homicide detectives are investigating after a 27-year-old man was found dead Saturday morning inside a vacant East Baltimore house. Police said they were called about 10:30 a.m. to the 2000 block of E. Biddle St. in the city’s Broadway East neighborhood for a report of a person who wasn’t...

  • Rain forecast after weeks of dry weather

    Rain forecast after weeks of dry weather

    Rain is forecast for the next few days in Baltimore, after weeks of dry weather. The National Weather Service says on-and-off showers are predicted to begin Saturday night. Showers and possible thunderstorms are forecast for Sunday afternoon and night. The remnants of Hurricane Nate will bring...

  • Pedestrian killed on Beltway in Catonsville

    Pedestrian killed on Beltway in Catonsville

    State police are investigating after a pedestrian was struck and killed on the Beltway in the Catonsville area early Saturday. Police have not released the identity of the male victim. They said he was in the roadway on the inner loop near the Baltimore National Pike exit about 2:40 a.m. when a...

  • Muslim group works to ease concerns about Joppatowne housing development

    Muslim group works to ease concerns about Joppatowne housing development

    Members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community fanned out across the Joppa area Saturday, hoping to educate residents about their beliefs amid a dispute over a townhouse development they want to build. Wearing T-shirts that said “True Islam” and carrying pamphlets describing the tenets of their faith,...

  • Baltimore County officials say new government-owned greenhouse will feed the hungry

    Baltimore County officials say new government-owned greenhouse will feed the hungry

    A new greenhouse planned for the rolling hills of northern Baltimore County will be used to produce fresh vegetables for school cafeterias, homeless shelters and food banks. County leaders gathered Thursday at the Center for Maryland Agriculture and Farm Park in Cockeysville for a groundbreaking...

  • Gail Watts nominated as director of Baltimore County corrections department

    Gail Watts nominated as director of Baltimore County corrections department

    Gail Watts, a veteran of the Baltimore County Department of Corrections, has been nominated to lead the agency, County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced Wednesday. Watts is currently serving as acting director pending the retirement of director Deborah Richardson, county officials said. The 52-year-old...

  • Potomac man recounts fleeing Vegas shooting with son

    Potomac man recounts fleeing Vegas shooting with son

    Gary Sudhalter of Potomac and his 27-year-old son, Corey, had been at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival in Las Vegas for a few days when they decided to check out a new spot. The father and son paid $100 each for access to a “VIP area” with private seating, Gary Sudhalter recalled Wednesday....

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