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Free Friday night concerts in full swing in Towson, Hunt Valley

Free Friday night concerts in full swing in Towson, Hunt Valley

Mark your calendars to spend Friday nights at free area concerts this summer. Feet on the Street, in downtown Towson, and Friday Night Live, at the Hunt Valley Towne Centre, are in full swing. The events kicked off in late spring with free tunes and family-friendly activities that continue throughout...

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  • Police ID victims of Woodlawn motel double shooting

    Police ID victims of Woodlawn motel double shooting

    Baltimore County Police have identified the men found dead in a Woodlawn motel as Angel Luis Mendez Crespo, 27, and Edgardo Castro Estremera, 30, both of the 3600 block of Washington Avenue in Windsor Mill. An employee discovered the bodies Saturday afternoon in a room at the Motel 6 in the 1600...

  • Catonsville Trolley Trail to re-open early

    Catonsville Trolley Trail to re-open early

    A portion of a popular Catonsville hiker-biker trail is expected to re-open earlier than anticipated. A tentative completion date for repairs at a 600-foot section along the western end of the No. 9 Trolley Trail near Westcheter Avenue has been set for June 23, nearly two months before the initial...

  • Interim superintendent of Baltimore County schools to earn $265,000

    Interim superintendent of Baltimore County schools to earn $265,000

    Baltimore County's interim school superintendent will be paid $265,000 in the next academic year. Verletta White, currently the district's chief academic officer, signed a contract with the county school board earlier this week. She begins her job as interim superintendent on July 1. Her pay is...

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  • Baltimore County Council effectively kills bill to require immigration screening in jail

    Baltimore County Council effectively kills bill to require immigration screening in jail

    The Baltimore County Council has effectively killed a bill that would have required the county jail to screen inmates for immigration violations, but the measure's chief sponsor vowed to try again. The council voted 5-2 on Monday to table the measure, which would have required the county jail in...

  • Baltimore County vote on jail immigration screening set for Monday night

    Baltimore County vote on jail immigration screening set for Monday night

    The Baltimore County Council is scheduled to vote Monday on whether to require the county jail in Towson to join a federal immigration screening program. The bill, co-sponsored by the council's three Republican members, is likely to fail, as all four Democrats on the seven-member council have publicly...

  • Baltimore County Fire Chief Hohman to retire

    Baltimore County Fire Chief Hohman to retire

    Baltimore County's longtime fire chief announced Friday that he's retiring at the end of the month. Chief John J. Hohman has held the top job since 2000, and has worked in the county Fire Department since 1977. He'll be replaced by Assistant Chief Kyrle W. Preis III. County Executive Kevin Kamenetz...

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  • Ann Carter Stonesifer, teacher and volunteer, dies

    Ann Carter Stonesifer, teacher and volunteer, dies

    Ann Carter Stonesifer, a longtime volunteer involved with various cultural and historical organizations, died Wednesday from ovarian cancer at the Brightwood retirement community in Lutherville. The longtime Owings Mills resident was 80. "She was really one of the great ladies of Baltimore," said...

  • Walmart plans to remodel at least eight Maryland stores this year

    Walmart plans to remodel at least eight Maryland stores this year

    Walmart is remodeling at least eight Maryland stores this year, including four in the Baltimore area, and will open a new store in Washington County, the retailer said. The new store, south of Hagerstown off Arnett Drive, will open between late August and mid-September and employ 300 people. Walmart...

  • Charm City Ballet brings dance to 'Aladdin'

    Charm City Ballet brings dance to 'Aladdin'

    When Rebecca Friedman announced that Charm City Ballet's spring production would be "Aladdin," she got a lot of surprised looks. "A lot of people said 'I didn't know 'Aladdin' was a ballet,'" Friedman chuckled. "That's because it's not, not yet." For Friedman and Peter Commander, putting together...

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  • Towson crime log

    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. 1200 block, Limit Avenue. Between 12:05 a.m. and 9:09 a.m. June 18. A black, four-door, 2015 Nissan Sentra with Maryland tag 4CM3690 was...

  • Dumbarton Middle School students make gifts for ill children [Towson]

    Dumbarton Middle School students make gifts for ill children [Towson]

    As part of a Service Learning Project at Dumbarton Middle School, more than 75 students in Laya Evans' Families and Consumer Sciences class helped brighten the days of children at Ronald McDonald House in Baltimore. Each night, up to 36 families share the Baltimore location of this home-away-from-home...

  • Cyclist, 20, killed in Towson hit-and-run crash wanted to 'make the world a better place'

    Cyclist, 20, killed in Towson hit-and-run crash wanted to 'make the world a better place'

    A 20-year-old Baltimore bicyclist who a friend said wanted to "make the world a better place" was killed after being struck by two cars Monday night in Towson. Aaron Michael Laciny was hit by two vehicles just after 10:30 p.m. near the intersection of Charles Street and Charlesbrooke Avenue, Baltimore...

  • Jon Eric Aumann Sr. of Towson, longtime furrier, dies

    Jon Eric Aumann Sr. of Towson, longtime furrier, dies

    Jon Eric Aumann Sr., the last owner of his family's decades old fur business, died of cancer June 10 at his Towson home. He was 63. Known as Eric, he was born in Baltimore and raised on Wendover Road in Guilford. He was the son of Frederick C. Aumann, a furrier, and his wife, Marjorie P. Rue, a...

  • Goucher College will move dorms to make room for new buildings

    Goucher College will move dorms to make room for new buildings

    Later this week, a nearly 1,200-ton, stone-and-concrete building should roll 800 feet across the campus of Goucher College in Towson. It's the first of three 1950s-era dormitories Goucher is relocating to preserve and to make room for new residence halls. Workers have spent recent weeks separating...

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