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State suspends license of Lansdowne assisted-living home

State regulators have suspended the license of a Lansdowne assisted-living home where inspectors earlier this month determined 16 residents were living in a facility with permission to operate just four beds. The "emergency suspension" came March 10, a day after authorities received a complaint...

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As its final day approaches, business continues to buzz at landmark Bel-Loc Diner

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  • John T. Anderson, Catonsville judo instructor, dies

    John T. Anderson, Catonsville judo instructor, dies

    John T. Anderson, a Catonsville judo instructor who was an eighth-degree black belt and 12-time U.S. National Masters champion, died of pneumonia March 16 at Seasons Hospice at Northwest Hospital. The longtime Randallstown resident was 88. "John was fabulous, kind and patient. If you had trouble...

  • Baltimore County school board members: Inequality persists but progress has been made

    Baltimore County school board members: Inequality persists but progress has been made

    Members of the Baltimore County school board acknowledged that racial inequality persists in their schools and reaffirmed their ongoing work to make their schools diverse. "This county is still segregated, but we have done a very good, diligent job of addressing race and saying words like 'inequality,'"...

  • As English Consul increases ambulance service, new vehicle arrives

    As English Consul increases ambulance service, new vehicle arrives

    The newest vehicle in the English Consul Volunteer Fire Department's fleet is on the street. Medic 375, a $300,000 2017 Horton International Terrastar ambulance, was placed in service March 11. The ambulance replaces a 1997 ambulance that had its chassis replaced three times since the fire department...

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  • CCBC to debut production with hearing and deaf cast

    CCBC to debut production with hearing and deaf cast

    When James Caverly was presented with an opportunity to direct a theatrical performance with a cast of hearing and deaf actors, the first thought he had was "finally." Caverly had seen productions where the cast had that mix, but he noticed the directors could hear. Caverly, who is deaf, was eager...

  • Bill to allow more beer sales at Maryland breweries passes House

    Bill to allow more beer sales at Maryland breweries passes House

    The House of Delegates unanimously approved legislation Saturday that would increase the amount of beer Maryland breweries can sell on their premises — but not as much as the industry wanted. The vote sends the measure to the state Senate. The legislation would pave the way for the opening of a...

  • Arbutus restaurant week to debut March 26, offering specials, discounts

    Arbutus restaurant week to debut March 26, offering specials, discounts

    Restaurant Week is coming to Arbutus, part of a new promotion sponsored by the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and the Greater Arbutus Business Association, a business advocacy group. The promotion will run from Sunday, March 26, until Saturday, April 1. Emily Moroney, assistant director...

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  • Hunt Valley Baptist suing Baltimore County over denial of 1,000-seat church

    Hunt Valley Baptist suing Baltimore County over denial of 1,000-seat church

    The Hunt Valley Baptist Church filed a lawsuit Thursday against Baltimore County and its zoning appeals board over the 2016 denial of the church's plan to build a large new facility on rural Shawan Road. The zoning appeals board ruled in July that the church should not be granted permission to build...

  • Baltimore County resident data used to create national health snapshot

    Baltimore County resident data used to create national health snapshot

    For more than a half century, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has checked on the health of thousands of Americans as a means of understanding the overall well-being of the nation and setting policy to improve it. The large on-going study, called the National Health and Nutrition...

  • Sinclair Broadcast rolls out TBD network targeting millennials

    Sinclair Broadcast rolls out TBD network targeting millennials

    Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. has begun to roll out a first-of-its kind, over-the-air TV network showing digital programming that's designed to appeal to millennials. Hunt Valley-based Sinclair, one of the nation's largest owners of television stations, had announced plans in December to launch...

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  • 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. York Road, 7200 block. March 10 at 12:57 a.m. A man walked into a Royal Farms store and implied he had a weapon, then stole cash and cigarettes....

  • Dulaney High team wins gold in Physics Olympics [Cockeysville]

    Dulaney High team wins gold in Physics Olympics [Cockeysville]

    Dulaney High School was the place to be for all aspiring scientists when the school hosted its 30th annual Physics Olympics and the 5th annual Chemathon for Baltimore County Public Schools on Saturday, Feb. 25. Students representing high schools from across the county showcased their science and...

  • Exploring the history of the estates that define our neighborhoods [Rodgers Forge]

    The Service Ministry of Woodbrook Baptist Church, on Stevenson Lane, recently invited Community College of Baltimore County Professor Jeff Wible, of Old Trail Road, to discuss "Baltimore's Estates and Their Stories" as part of the church's study of community. On Sunday, March 12, in front of a...

  • Catonsville singer to appear on Broadway recording

    Catonsville singer to appear on Broadway recording

    A familiar voice in Catonsville is one step closer to stardom. Julia Tucker, a 25-year-old Catonsville resident, sang on the upcoming original Broadway cast recording of "Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812," an adaptation of a portion of Leo Tolstoy's book, "War and Peace." The production...

  • Ed Hale Jr. says he's running for Baltimore County Council

    Ed Hale Jr. says he's running for Baltimore County Council

    Businessman Ed Hale Jr. said he is planning a run for the Baltimore County Council in 2018. The 50-year-old Cockeysville resident told The Sun he has not officially filed for candidacy yet, but was holding his first fundraiser Monday evening, at Hightopps Backstage Grille. A Republican, he's running...

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