The holiday starts early for Towson volunteer
The holiday starts early for Towson volunteer
'It's an amazing honor,' says Greg Carpenter
Keenen Green chosen Officer of Year by police relations council
Having left an immeasurable mark on high school sports in the area, Bob Wade has retired as Baltimore City Public School System coordinator of athletics.
Gilman offensive lineman Stephen Spanellis said when the first Greyhounds in the Class of 2016 began to commit to college football programs last week, it was like a "domino effect."
As a three-sport athlete at Towson High School, Maggie Schneidereith selected an avenue fewer and fewer high school standouts are taking these days.
Four years removed from his professional playing career overseas on the heels of seven years in the NBA and, before that, helping the University of Maryland capture a NCAA title in 2002, he captivates his audience in a different way.
The five-member Baltimore-based band Appaloosa will play at The Shops on Mellor on July 3 as part of Catonsville's Frederick Road Fridays summer concert series.
The family of an 85-year-old woman who died last year has sued a Catonsville nursing home, saying video shot by her daughter-in-law shows that the staff ignored her cries of pain for more than an hour.
A longtime Catonsville doctor who got a Maryland medical license despite a 1987 rape conviction – and whose case inspired a state law requiring physicians get background checks – has settled a lawsuit alleging he sexually assaulted a female patient.
Recent Dulaney grad Scott Harrelson, an All-Metro second-team selection in boys basketball as a senior, has signed to play at Hagerstown Community College.
Baltimore County police have arrested a man wanted in connection with the attempted robbery of a BP gas station in Lutherville.
For a child placed into foster care, having an advocate is an important part of living an improved life. Mike Meltzer, of Lutherville, can now officially help abused or neglected children in foster care to successfully navigate the system. On June 3, the Honorable Judge Sherrie Bailey swore in...
Astronaut Reid Wiseman on June 17, Wiseman spent the afternoon holding a Question and Answer session with the neighborhood kids on the front lawn of his childhood home in Springdale.
Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. has formed a joint venture with a company owned by former Walt Disney CEO Michael Eisner to create, produce and distribute first-run syndicated television shows.
McCormick & Co. added more barbecue to its flavor lineup on Wednesday, announcing the acquisition of the Texas maker of Stubb's sauces for $100 million.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday blocked four companies from Owings Mills from registering to sell stock, saying they failed to disclose pending criminal charges against a person involved with the companies.
The veteran Baltimore caterer Charles Levine will open his first restaurant, Citron, at Quarry Lake at Greenspring, a mixed-use development near Pikesville in Baltimore County.
As the academic year wound down at Dulaney High School this week, students said the suffocating heat in classrooms without air conditioning made even the simplest tasks difficult.
An estimated 72,000 gallons of sewage spilled from a damaged pipe in White Marsh, according to the Baltimore County Department of Public Works.
Hurricane Ziggy wasn't really making landfall on the East Coast on Wednesday, but Baltimore County government officials acted as if it was, responding to mock requests for help related to flooding and power outages.
A woman was critically injured in a car accident along southbound Interstate-95 in the Joppa area, according to a report from the Joppa-Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company.
When Baltimore City Police officer Vincent Adolfo was gunned down in 1985, Bonnie Kabara decided to honor his memory with a song.
Course in bioscience offered this summer at Arbutus Library
Rangers at Baltimore's national park ready for tourist season
Gus Vaselaros, a retired Baltimore County police detective who enjoyed working in his yard, died Friday of natural causes at his Towson home. He was 74.
Baltimore County Police have charged three suspects in connection with a shooting in Middle River that left two men injured on June 27.
The Rodgers Forge Elementary School (RFES) fifth graders celebrated the end of the school year with their usual tradition…a private BOWLING PARTY at Stoneleigh Lanes. Students enjoyed a brisk walk through the neighborhood to their destination, guided by parent chaperons Babett Corcoran, Cynthia...
The developer of the much-debated 101 York, a proposed student housing and commercial development, has agreed to withdraw the project for consideration at the request of Baltimore County Councilman David Marks.
Stephen A. Zahurak, a retired Bethlehem Steel Corp. chemical engineer and a World War II veteran, died Thursday at his daughter's Sparks home of complications from Alzheimer's disease. He was 97.
A 58-year-old woman died following a house fire in Hampton Village on Sunday morning, according to a Baltimore County press release.