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Renovation of county garage in Towson prompts legislation

Before Baltimore County decides to renovate county-owned garages or parking facilities, the County Council should get a look at the plans, according to legislation introduced by Councilman David Marks. The move comes in response to the renovation of the five-story Drumcastle Government Center garage,...

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Dance resignation leaves his school initiatives in question

Dance resignation leaves his school initiatives in question

In his five years as Baltimore County schools superintendent, Dallas Dance has been a forceful, energetic — and sometimes controversial — presence in a diverse suburban district known both for its outstanding and struggling schools. His abrupt resignation last week leaves open the possibility that...

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  • Barbara M. Guidera, Lutherville homemaker, dies

    Barbara M. Guidera, Lutherville homemaker, dies

    Barbara M. Guidera, a former bank teller and homemaker who was known for her lavish weekly Sunday brunches, died of acute myeloid leukemia Sunday at her Lutherville home. She was 83. The daughter of Michael Joseph Muth, owner of Muth Brothers Pharmacy, and Genevieve Keating Muth, a seamstress,...

  • Dallas Dance resigns as Baltimore County Schools superintendent

    Dallas Dance resigns as Baltimore County Schools superintendent

    Baltimore County Schools Superintendent Dallas Dance announced Tuesday that he will resign June 30, shocking the schools community and raising questions about its leadership during the final three years of his contract. Dance issued a statement Tuesday morning giving no reason for his decision,...

  • Dulaney High project bumped in Baltimore County budget plan

    Dulaney High project bumped in Baltimore County budget plan

    Dulaney High School parents told Baltimore County they wanted a new school building for their children, not the $40 million renovation officials proposed. Yesterday, County Executive Kevin Kamenetz made clear they'll get neither. Kamenetz released a nearly $2 billion budget proposal for the coming...

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  • Police: Death of Cockeysville man found in Pennsylvania pond 'suspicious'

    Police: Death of Cockeysville man found in Pennsylvania pond 'suspicious'

    Authorities have released the name of a man whose body was found in an eastern Pennsylvania pond and are calling the death suspicious. Police in Berks County's Cumru Township said Wednesday that the body is that of 41-year-old John Trujillo Jr. of Cockeysville. Township police said the body was...

  • Baltimore County faces federal lawsuits alleging religious discrimination in zoning cases

    Baltimore County faces federal lawsuits alleging religious discrimination in zoning cases

    Baltimore County government is facing a pair of federal lawsuits alleging religious discrimination after it denied proposals for two new houses of worship — a Baptist church in Hunt Valley and a synagogue in Pikesville. Hunt Valley Baptist Church and the Congregation ARIEL Russian Community Synagogue...

  • Kamenetz set to unveil Baltimore County budget plan Thursday

    Kamenetz set to unveil Baltimore County budget plan Thursday

    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz will continue a two-decades-long streak of no property and income tax rate increases when he delivers his proposed budget Thursday morning. Kamenetz will lay out his spending plan for the Baltimore region's largest jurisdiction during his "state of the...

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  • Two students robbed Sunday along York Road in Towson

    Two students robbed Sunday along York Road in Towson

    Baltimore County Police are investigating the robberies of two students that occurred in Towson early Sunday morning, less than a mile apart on York Road. At around 1:45 a.m. Sunday a male, aged 18-25, asked an 18-year-old high school student for change before punching the student and knocking...

  • William B. Sherman II, W.R. Grace chemist and longtime Towson resident, dies

    William B. Sherman II, W.R. Grace chemist and longtime Towson resident, dies

    William B. Sherman II, a retired W.R. Grace & Co. quality engineer and systems manager who enjoyed the outdoors, died of pancreatic cancer Tuesday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 66. The son of William Bidwell Sherman, an Army master sergeant, and Erra Long Sherman, a homemaker, William...

  • Dr. Lisa A. Kolp, Hunt Valley resident and renowned obstetrician and gynecologist, dies

    Dr. Lisa A. Kolp, Hunt Valley resident and renowned obstetrician and gynecologist, dies

    Dr. Lisa A. Kolp, a Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine obstetrician and gynecologist who specialized in reproductive endocrinology and was nationally known for her surgical work in genital reconstruction for children, died of lymphoma Sunday at her Hunt Valley home. She was 61. "Lisa's death...

  • 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. Oxford Road, 7000 block. Between 2 a.m. and 2:11 a.m. April 12. A man entered a residence through a first floor window, removed his clothing...

  • Dulaney high students honored for their art [Cockeysville]

    Dulaney high students honored for their art [Cockeysville]

    Each spring, the Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools hosts its annual State of the Schools which, in part, highlights the talented students of BCPS. Dulaney High School was well represented at the event, beginning with eight students who were selected to perform their original...

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