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  • iCyberCenter to help startups get a foothold in Maryland

    iCyberCenter to help startups get a foothold in Maryland

    For Canadian software developer Plurilock, a new international cybersecurity center gearing up at the bwtech@UMBC technology park could be the gateway it needs to expand in the U.S. Plurilock CEO Ian Paterson said the company has been selling intrusion-detection software to companies and government...

  • Baltimore County will pay $272K to rent parking spaces from ... Baltimore County

    Baltimore County will pay $272K to rent parking spaces from ... Baltimore County

    One arm of the Baltimore County government will pay another arm of the government $272,000 to rent hundreds of parking spaces for police and fire department employees displaced by a garage construction project in Towson. The County Council is scheduled to vote Monday on a contract to pay rent to...

  • New police captain takes the reins at Wilkens Precinct

    New police captain takes the reins at Wilkens Precinct

    Capt. Eliot Latchaw is the new commander of the Baltimore County Police Department’s Wilkens Precinct, which serves the southwest area of the county. Latchaw, a 23-year veteran of the department, said his priority is addressing violent crime in what he said is one of the busiest precincts in Baltimore...

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  • Comptroller makes pledge for new Lansdowne High School

    Comptroller makes pledge for new Lansdowne High School

    Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot on Thursday ratcheted up debate about school construction in southwest Baltimore County by saying the deteriorating Lansdowne High School will be replaced rather than remodeled. “Lansdowne is going to get a new replacement school, I guarantee you that,” Franchot...

  • CCBC marks 60-year anniversary, looks to future

    CCBC marks 60-year anniversary, looks to future

    When Dennis Seymour graduated high school in the 1960s, he said he was “not on a good track.” “I just didn’t have the grades,” he said. “I didn’t have the money. I didn’t have the motivation to go to college any place else.” So when Seymour's mother offered to send him to what was then Catonsville...

  • Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz joins Democratic race for governor

    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz joins Democratic race for governor

    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz is joining the crowded Democratic field in the race for Maryland governor. Kamenetz plans to launch his campaign Monday morning in Towson, where he has worked as county executive for the past seven years. Kamenetz, 59, said his experience running Maryland’s...

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  • Timonium woman teaches art class aimed at easing stress of veterans, first responders

    Timonium woman teaches art class aimed at easing stress of veterans, first responders

    Until last winter, Vietnam veteran Tom Ziegler, 69, had not sat in a formal art class for decades. As a boy, Ziegler had taken Saturday art classes at the Maryland Institute College of Art, in Baltimore. Then, in high school, he clashed with his art teacher, whom, Ziegler said, kicked him out of...

  • With glasses scarce, curious flock to view eclipse at Towson library

    With glasses scarce, curious flock to view eclipse at Towson library

    The wait to get into the Towson Library's storytime to score a pair of the hard-to-find glasses needed to safely watch Monday's solar eclipse reminded Peggy Szczerbicki of waiting in line for the release of the latest edition of the popular Harry Potter book series. More than 150 people snaked...

  • The 136th Maryland State Fair promises mix of old and new

    The 136th Maryland State Fair promises mix of old and new

    In a room at her family's farm in Glen Arm, 13-year-old Katie Yoder is preparing her rabbits to be the fluffiest, furriest versions of themselves they can be. Katie checks two-year-old Artemis, one of about 30 to 40 rabbits she breeds and raises at Cozy Hill Rabbits and Cavies, in preparation for...

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