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

  • Teacher fired from Beth Tfiloh suing accusers

    Teacher fired from Beth Tfiloh suing accusers

    A rabbi who was fired from Beth Tfiloh school in Pikesville amid abuse allegations has sued the parents of his accusers, as well as an activist in New York. Rabbi Steven Krawatsky and his wife, Shira, filed the lawsuit Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Maryland. Krawatsky, who also goes by the...

  • Lawyer for Korryn Gaines family in civil shooting trial says Baltimore Co. police knew she was mentally ill

    Lawyer for Korryn Gaines family in civil shooting trial says Baltimore Co. police knew she was mentally ill

    An attorney for the family of a Randallstown woman fatally shot by Baltimore County police in 2016 focused on her mental health as a civil trial opened Tuesday in her family’s lawsuit against the county and the officer who killed her. County police “knew they were dealing with someone who had a...

  • Dundalk man charged in death of mother, 70

    Dundalk man charged in death of mother, 70

    A 45-year-old Dundalk man is charged with first-degree murder in the death of his mother, Baltimore County police said Saturday. Darrin McCullers was arrested Friday while he on a bus in the area of Dunmanway in Dundalk, police said. His mother, 70-year-old Gwendolyn Blondell McCullers, was found...

  • Man charged in stabbing of his parents in Kingsville

    Man charged in stabbing of his parents in Kingsville

    A 27-year-old man is accused of stabbing his parents Friday night at their home in the Kingsville area, Baltimore County police say. Michael Joseph Cottone is charged with two counts each of attempted first-degree murder, first-degree assault and second-degree assault. Police said they were called...

  • Baltimore students compete in Hopkins Robotics Cup

    Baltimore students compete in Hopkins Robotics Cup

    Small metal robots squeaked around the floor of a gymnasium at the Johns Hopkins University on Saturday as spectators watched from the bleachers. Baltimore school students used controllers to guide the robots, making them stack plastic cones as they raced against the clock. The kids had built the...

  • Man, 27, dies in Cherry Hill car crash, Baltimore police say

    Man, 27, dies in Cherry Hill car crash, Baltimore police say

    A 27-year-old man died early Saturday after the car in which he was a passenger struck a Cherry Hill apartment building, Baltimore police day. Police said that at about 12:55 a.m., the driver of a Honda Accord swerved onto the sidewalk as it was traveling west in the 2700 block of Round Road, and...

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