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Board gets look at preliminary design for renovated Dulaney High School

Board gets look at preliminary design for renovated Dulaney High School

The vision for a renovated Dulaney High School came into focus last week at a Baltimore County Board of Education meeting. The preliminary design, which was completed by Baltimore-based architect, Design Collective, was presented at a special meeting held prior to the board's regular Aug. 9 meeting...

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  • Baltimore County Board of Education passes heat closure policy

    Baltimore County Board of Education passes heat closure policy

    Baltimore County's superintendent of schools now has a clear directive for when to close non-air conditioned schools — it's when the heat index reaches 90 degrees. The Baltimore County Public Schools Board of Education passed a policy Aug. 9 directing the superintendent to close non-air conditioned...

  • Young gymnasts build dreams on exploits of U.S. Olympic team

    Young gymnasts build dreams on exploits of U.S. Olympic team

    A dozen young gymnasts at Rebounders Gymnastics Center in Timonium took a break from practice Tuesday to watch the U.S. women's gymnastics team tumble, twirl and jump toward an Olympic gold medal. As they prepare for their own competition season in the fall, the girls at Rebounders have been closely...

  • Towson celebrates National Night Out

    Towson celebrates National Night Out

    Baltimore County Police, Towson University Police, Towson Area Citizen on Patrol members and a handful of elected officials gathered at a shopping center on Putty Hill Avenue Tuesday evening for an event tied to National Night Out. National Night Out is organized by the National Association of...

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  • Warren Road bridge at reservoir reopens after months of repairs

    Warren Road bridge at reservoir reopens after months of repairs

    After four and a half months of repairs, the Warren Road Bridge over Loch Raven Reservoir in Cockeysville will reopen today in time for evening commuters, the Baltimore City Department of Transportation said in a media release Aug. 8. In March an inspection revealed defects in several of the bridge's...

  • Baltimore County observes National Night Out

    Baltimore County observes National Night Out

    Across the county tonight, events communities come together to promote safety, security

  • Restaurant week starts Aug. 5 in Towson and around the county

    Restaurant week starts Aug. 5 in Towson and around the county

    Baltimore County's restaurant owners and chefs are hard at work creating new dishes and preparing new ideas for customers to enjoy during this summer's Baltimore County Restaurant Week, which begins Aug. 5. The event — a full 16 days, despite the name — features original dishes and deals at 63...

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  • Starbucks slated to open on York Road in Towson in 2017

    Starbucks slated to open on York Road in Towson in 2017

    A Starbucks location is scheduled to open at 6900 York Road in Towson, according to a spokeswoman from the coffee shop company. "We plan to open this location next year," a Starbucks representative wrote in an email. According to state property records, the property is owned by VS York Road LLC;...

  • Community associations vote to back effort to preserve Presbyterian Home

    Community associations vote to back effort to preserve Presbyterian Home

    The Greater Towson Council of Community Associations voted Thursday to back the Southland Hills Improvement Association in its effort to preserve the building and property of the Presbyterian Home of Maryland, which went on the market for sale earlier this year. At the request of the Southland...

  • Goucher College gets adjunct professor union after contested ballots counted

    Goucher College gets adjunct professor union after contested ballots counted

    Goucher College will become the fourth college in Maryland to have its adjunct professors represented by a union after the National Labor Relations Board counted contested ballots Thursday from an election two years ago. The adjunct faculty voted for the union in late 2014, but the attempt deadlocked...

  • After citizen complaints, Baltimore County agrees to air its meetings live

    After citizen complaints, Baltimore County agrees to air its meetings live

    The Baltimore County Council plans to start live-streaming its meetings — years after other county governments adopted the practice. The decision to broadcast meetings live online comes amid complaints from county residents, who feel shut out of the government decision-making process when they can't...

  • Towson crime log

    The following is compiled from local police reports. Our policy is to include descriptions when there is enough information to make identification possible. East Joppa Road, 1500 block. Aug. 13 at 11:32 p.m. Three men stole cigarettes and cash from a Royal Farms convenience store. Loch Raven Boulevard,...

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  • Baltimore County school board announces new heat policy for schools without AC

    Baltimore County school board announces new heat policy for schools without AC

    Students in Reisterstown may have a respite from the heat this school year, as Baltimore County Public Schools introduce a new heat policy for non-air conditioned schools. At their meeting Tuesday, Aug. 9, the Baltimore County Public Schools Board of Education passed a policy directing the superintendent...

  • Pets of the week

    Pets of the week

    Like her name implies, Cali Girl loves the sun. She is strong and active, and could probably play all day. She's young and still acts like a puppy, so she would definitely benefit from training classes. She loves running, but her real favorite activity is getting belly rubs. She might be a handful,...

  • At your library

    Reisterstown Branch21 Cockeys Mill Road, 410-887-1165 Wednesday, Aug. 24: "Baby Story Time." Connect with your baby through stories, rhymes, bounces and songs, followed by a play time, at 10 a.m. Registration required. "Preschool Story Time." Interact with your preschooler by enjoying stories,...

  • Obituaries

    Richard William Stem Sr., 96, of Glyndon Richard William Stem Sr., 96, of Glyndon, died Monday, Aug. 8, 2016, at Dove House, in Westminster. Born July 18, 1920, in Westminster, he was the beloved wife of Rosemary Betty Carter Stem, to whom he was married for 72 years. In addition to his wife, he...

  • Senior Spotlight

    The Reisterstown Senior Center is at 12035 Reisterstown Road and is open Monday to Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m. To learn more, call 410-887-1143, email reisterstownsc@baltimorecountymd.gov or go to www.baltimorecountymd.gov. Thursday, Aug. 18: From 11 a.m. to noon, a membership meeting will be held. A...

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