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Starlite Diner opens its doors at Belvedere Square

Starlite Diner has opened its doors to the public at Belvedere Square. The restaurant, housed in the former Shoo-Fly Diner Space, is open for lunch and dinner, and will add breakfast service next week.  Owner Leonard Clarke, who previously owned Red Maple in Mount Vernon, renovated and refurbished...

Police identify suspected bank robber fatally shot by officer

Police identify suspected bank robber fatally shot by officer

Baltimore County police have identified the man shot and killed Friday as he was allegedly fleeing the robbery of a Wells Fargo Bank on Reisterstown Road. On Saturday, police said via social media that Oddis Bernard Colvin Jr., 33, of the 8400 block of Winands Road in Pikesville, was the man killed...

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Lutherville-Timonium

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  • Church and neighbors are at odds in Lutherville

    Church and neighbors are at odds in Lutherville

    Members of Grace Fellowship Church praise God, study the Bible and plan mission trips from a converted furniture warehouse in an office park in Timonium. They hope to build a new church soon on a wooded tract in a residential area four miles away but are running into intense opposition from neighbors...

  • Baltimore County wants to speed up installation of air conditioning in schools

    Baltimore County wants to speed up installation of air conditioning in schools

    A state school construction panel is expected to decide Thursday whether to grant Baltimore County a waiver that would allow it to speed installation of central air conditioning in 12 schools by the start of next school year. Without the waiver, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz's plan to...

  • County offers 'Walk in the Park' Saturday

    County offers 'Walk in the Park' Saturday

    There's one weekend left before the autumnal equinox, the astronomical start of the fall season, and in Baltimore County residents and visitors can get outside on the summer's last official Saturday for a free guided walk, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m., at six parks throughout the county. During the...

  • Baltimore County police to review rape cases officers deemed unfounded

    Baltimore County police to review rape cases officers deemed unfounded

    The Baltimore County Police Department announced Friday that it will review three years' worth of rape cases that investigators deemed unfounded. "While each of these cases already has been investigated, we will take a fresh look to ensure that the investigation was handled properly and that justice...

  • Saint Mary in Hunt Valley hosts Mediterranean Festival

    Saint Mary in Hunt Valley hosts Mediterranean Festival

    Saint Mary Antiochian Orthodox Church in Hunt Valley is hosting its Mediterranean Festival this weekend, from Sept. 9 through Sept. 11. The festival features three days of Greek and Middle Eastern cuisine and dancing, with a flea market, live music and a DJ. Hours are Friday, 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.;...

  • Towson mall, civil rights officials meet over teen curfew

    Towson mall, civil rights officials meet over teen curfew

    Towson Town Center managers met with state civil rights officials Thursday over concerns about the mall's plan for a new teen curfew. The Maryland Commission on Civil Rights had raised concerns that the mall's policy amounts to age discrimination. The policy, which goes into effect Sept. 16, prohibits...

  • Baltimore County to receive $4M grant for 911 upgrades

    Baltimore County to receive $4M grant for 911 upgrades

    Baltimore County will receive $4 million from the state to upgrade its 911 equipment, part of a national effort to allow operators to receive texts, photos and videos and to provide better locational data that can improve emergency responses by ensuring that callers are directed to the right dispatchers....

Cockeysville-Hunt Valley

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  • Setting boundaries: An in-depth look at how Towson was rezoned

    Setting boundaries: An in-depth look at how Towson was rezoned

    The Baltimore County Council voted last week to adopt a new zoning map for District 5, which includes Towson, that maintains limits on high-density development in the Towson Triangle and allows Goucher College to move forward with a proposal to develop nearly 9 acres on its campus. The map also...

  • State civil rights commission, NAACP raise concern about Towson mall's new teen policy

    State civil rights commission, NAACP raise concern about Towson mall's new teen policy

    The state agency that investigates civil rights complaints is raising concerns that Towson Town Center's new policy banning unaccompanied minors on Friday and Saturday nights may represent age discrimination. The Maryland Commission on Civil Rights will meet with mall management next week and is...

  • 105,000 gallons of sewage spilled in Cockeysville

    105,000 gallons of sewage spilled in Cockeysville

    More than 100,000 gallons of sewage was spilled Wednesday as utility workers were cleaning out a sewage pipe in Cockeysville, according to the Baltimore County Department of Public Works. While workers were cleaning the pipe, equipment became wedged in the line. The stuck equipment and debris already...

  • New Towson zoning passes County Council

    New Towson zoning passes County Council

    The Baltimore County Council voted last night to adopt a new zoning map for District 5, which includes Towson, that maintains limits on high-density development in the downtown Towson Triangle and allows Goucher College to go forward with a proposal to develop nine acres on its campus. The council...

  • Group seeks to rename portion of Cockeysville stream after renowned researcher

    Group seeks to rename portion of Cockeysville stream after renowned researcher

    An effort is underway to rename a portion of Baisman Run, which runs through Oregon Ridge Park, after a long-time Johns Hopkins University professor who was widely respected and considered a leader in the field of river science, M. Gordon "Reds" Wolman. Wolman died in 2010 at his home in Mount...

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