Rapper's murder leaves peers with bleak outlook on Baltimore

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. Chestnut Avenue, 500 block. June 25 at 4:30 p.m. A woman came home to find a man in her house, who then fled. Cellphone, computer and jewelry...

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Lutherville-Timonium

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  • Woman, 92, dead in Lutherville house fire

    Woman, 92, dead in Lutherville house fire

    A 92-year-old woman died in a house fire in Lutherville Wednesday morning, the Baltimore County Fire Department said. Firefighters were called about 10 a.m. and quickly knocked the fire, which started in the kitchen of a home in the 1700 block of Lynncrest Ave., fire department spokeswoman Julia...

  • Towson University holds vigil for Orlando shooting victims

    Towson University holds vigil for Orlando shooting victims

    About 100 students and faculty members from Towson University gathered on campus Tuesday in a show of solidarity with the victims and survivors of the shooting at a gay nightclub Sunday morning in Orlando, Fla., that killed 49 people and injured dozens more. School officials decided to hold the...

  • Baltimore County school board will consider new policy on heat closures

    Baltimore County school board will consider new policy on heat closures

    After years of pressure by parents and community leaders angered over the high summer temperatures in some Baltimore County schools, the school board is considering a new policy that would shut schools more frequently in hot weather. When the heat index is forecast to rise above 90 degrees by 11...

  • Towson Area Citizens on Patrol slate crime prevention rally for June 17

    Towson Area Citizens on Patrol slate crime prevention rally for June 17

    Members of the Towson Area Citizens on Patrol will rally in the streets of downtown Towson June 17 to highlight the group's crime-fighting message, "If you see something, say something." This year mark's the group's 16th Rally Against Crime. The event will be held Friday from 6 p.m. to 6:30 p.m....

  • Police clear site of bomb hoax in Lutherville

    Police clear site of bomb hoax in Lutherville

    A bomb threat made on a Lutherville pharmacy Monday afternoon was a hoax, according to Baltimore County police. The bomb threat was called in to the Rite Aid Pharmacy at 1411 York Road, in Lutherville, at around 2 p.m., according to Baltimore County Police Public Information Specialist Natalie...

Cockeysville-Hunt Valley

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  • Organizers of Towson's July 4 fireworks seek donations of money, time

    Organizers of Towson's July 4 fireworks seek donations of money, time

    A pair of community organizations have joined hands this year to keep the annual Loch Raven July 4 fireworks tradition alive, but like others who have organized the annual event, the groups are in need of helping hands and generous donors to ensure the event succeeds and continues. Until this year,...

  • Baltimore County requests additional $9.75 million to cover snow costs

    Baltimore County requests additional $9.75 million to cover snow costs

    With temperatures in the 80s this week, a January winter storm that dumped 30 inches of snow on the region is probably well out of most people's minds. The Baltimore County Council, however, will vote June 6 on a bill to provide an additional $9.75 million to the county's Department of Public Works...

  • J. Joel Woodey, attorney and Walters Art Museum volunteer, dies

    J. Joel Woodey, attorney and Walters Art Museum volunteer, dies

    J. Joel Woodey, a retired University of Maryland School of Law faculty member and Walters Art Museum volunteer, died of a stroke May 17 at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Timonium resident was 79. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of John Frederick Woodey, a naval officer, and Dorothy...

  • Baltimore County Farmers Market opens June 1 at fairgrounds

    Baltimore County Farmers Market opens June 1 at fairgrounds

    The recent heavy rains haven't stopped the Baltimore County Farmers Market from opening for a seventh year on June 1 at the Maryland State Fairgrounds, bringing freshly picked foods straight to local shoppers. During the first week of June, shoppers can expect to see at the market such in-season...

  • Know the rules for fireworks in Baltimore County this Memorial Day

    Know the rules for fireworks in Baltimore County this Memorial Day

    Baltimore County residents seeking fireworks displays this Memorial Day weekend are going to have to do some traveling. The use of fireworks, other than as part of a public display approved by the State Fire Marshal, is illegal in Maryland, according to Baltimore County officials. The closest approved...

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