Libby Solomon

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Libby Solomon is a reporter covering southwest Baltimore County, including Catonsville, Arbutus and the surrounding areas. She previously edited community calendars and wrote about Howard County. Libby graduated from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County with a bachelors degree in global studies and a minor in political science.

Recent Articles

  • Towson crime logs

    Towson crime logs

    The following is compiled from local police reports. It is our policy to provide identification when there is enough information to make identification possible. TOWSON PRECINCT Glen Gary Road, 8100 block. Between 11 a.m. Sept. 29 and 3 p.m. Oct. 11. Rear window shattered in vacant residence. Nothing...

  • Towson residents to request flood mitigation funding at Oct. 18 county budget hearing

    Towson residents to request flood mitigation funding at Oct. 18 county budget hearing

    Flood mitigation throughout Towson will take top priority at an upcoming public hearing that will kick off Baltimore County’s capital project budgeting process for the years 2020 through 2025. Representatives from at least three neighborhoods in eastern Towson and one from West Towson are planning...

  • After summer slowdown, bookmobiles back on the road in Towson

    After summer slowdown, bookmobiles back on the road in Towson

    After taking the slower-paced summertime to reassess how to best allocate its mobile services, the Baltimore County library system will be upping its stops in Towson, a library official said. The mobile libraries will double their monthly visits at the Blakehurst, Edenwald, Oak Crest, and Pickersgill...

  • Towson Flyer transitions from reporting to aggregation

    Towson Flyer transitions from reporting to aggregation

    The Towson Flyer, a hyperlocal blog that has been reporting on Towson-wide news since 2015, is transitioning to aggregating articles and local commentary, according to its owner. The blog “had become very popular and I love doing it,” said Kris Henry, who operated the Flyer and wrote Towson stories...

  • Baltimore County resolution would preserve narrow roads around Bosley Mansion amid redevelopment

    Baltimore County resolution would preserve narrow roads around Bosley Mansion amid redevelopment

    County Councilman David Marks introduced a resolution last week that would scrap a requirement that the redevelopers of historic Bosley Mansion widen surrounding roads as part of the project. “The community clearly believes that the roads in this neighborhood should not be widened and that as much...

  • Towson crime logs

    The following is compiled from local police reports. It is our policy to provide identification when there is enough information to make identification possible. Towson Precinct Blenheim Road, 6800 block. Between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Oct. 2. Unknown person gained access to a home, altered the air-onditioning...

  • Ebacher, Kach face off in District 3 Baltimore County Council debate

    Ebacher, Kach face off in District 3 Baltimore County Council debate

    Incumbent Republican candidate Wade Kach and Democrat Colleen Ebacher answered questions at a League of Women Voters forum Tuesday night in an effort to convince voters to make one of them District 3’s representative on the Baltimore County Council. The debate revealed stark differences between...

  • Heaver Plaza in Lutherville sold for nearly $7M, is slated for renovations

    Heaver Plaza in Lutherville sold for nearly $7M, is slated for renovations

    Heaver Plaza in Lutherville has been sold and is slated for renovation, MacKenzie Real Estate announced last week. The project will be spearheaded by MacKenzie Vice President Sean Langford, who represented the buyer in the transaction, a press release said. “It is exciting to be part of Heaver...

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