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Baltimore County announces plan to install solar fields at four sites

Baltimore County plans to install solar panel arrays at four locations as part of a broad effort to improve energy efficiency and use more clean energy. County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said Monday that the county will work with SolarCity to install panels with a total generating capacity of 21 megawatts...

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  • Cheers for Maryland School for the Blind graduates[Perry Hall/Kingsville]

    The Maryland School for the Blind (MSB), 3501 Taylor Ave, held its 163rd commencement on Wed, June 1, 2016. The ceremony celebrated the accomplishments of eighteen students from the Class of 2016, who are now proud MSB alumni. The ceremony consisted of the conferring of diplomas, certificates and...

  • Lost dog tale features a happy ending [Perry Hall]

    Lost dog tale features a happy ending [Perry Hall]

    On their return flight home from a lovely spring vacation, Perry Hall residents Mary and Roger Colbert looked forward to a happy reunion with their favorite four-legged family member, Chauncey. They had adopted Chauncey, a little terrier, from the Maryland SPCA seven years ago and she has been...

  • Two sentenced to 50 years in Parkville motel murder

    Two sentenced to 50 years in Parkville motel murder

    A Baltimore County Circuit Court judge on Friday sentenced two men to 50 years each for the 2014 shooting death of a man at a Parkville motel. Mark Eugene Garland, 27, and Peretz Anderson, 31, were convicted by a jury of first-degree murder, armed robbery and a handgun violation in the death of...

  • Franchot dials back criticism of Baltimore County school air conditioning

    Franchot dials back criticism of Baltimore County school air conditioning

    Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot on Thursday dialed back his criticism of Baltimore County's school air conditioning plans, which officials are now accelerating. Franchot, who has been the chief critic of the county's efforts to air condition classrooms, said he's "cautiously optimistic" the...

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