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Rental scam resurfaces in Parkville, police say

Patrick Kelly was ready to move. He had met a landlord through an acquaintance, toured a condominium in Parkville, signed a lease in early July and paid the $1,500 deposit. He got a key and moved a few things into the new place. Then on July 12, Kelly packed his family’s belongings into a moving...

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Salad days: North County organic farmers learn as they grow

Salad days: North County organic farmers learn as they grow

The odds against former ambulance driver Jack Clayton turning into a self-taught, full-time farmer despite having little or no agricultural experience were formidable. Yet the Phoenix, Md., native, who now has learned enough to own a thriving business growing and selling organic produce at the...

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  • Tristin Forby given Rec Council's cherished Spirit award

    One of the most beloved traditions of the Cockeysville Recreation Council (CRC) baseball program is honoring an outstanding young man with the Stevie Hansen Spirit Award. This award has been given to a baseball player in the 11-12 age group who embodies qualities that make them an outstanding player...

  • Baltimore County water, sewer rate increases nearly 14 percent on average

    Baltimore County water, sewer rate increases nearly 14 percent on average

    New water and sewer rates in Baltimore County took effect July 1 with an average increase of 13.9 percent, according to county officials. In a press release, County Executive Don Mohler said he was “convinced that Baltimore County has no choice but to increase water and sewer rates immediately...

  • Race tightens for Baltimore County executive as first absentee ballots counted

    Race tightens for Baltimore County executive as first absentee ballots counted

    Former state Del. Johnny Olszewski Jr.’s lead in the race for the Democratic nomination for Baltimore County executive narrowed to just 42 votes Thursday as county officials tallied absentee ballots from the primary election. Following a round of absentee ballot reviews, Olszewski still led state...

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