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Hearing on school system's proposed operating budget slated for tonight

Baltimore County Public Schools will hold a public hearing tonight to gather public input on its proposed operating budget for fiscal 2018. The hearing is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at the schools system's Greenwood Campus, Building E, at 6901 Charles Street, in Towson. Sign-up for speakers begins...

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  • Baltimore County police remind residents to beware of holiday package thefts

    Baltimore County police remind residents to beware of holiday package thefts

    As holiday presents continue to be delivered to doorsteps in Baltimore County, police are reminding residents to take steps to secure their packages, and to report any thefts that occur. One Towson resident said he's been a victim of a package thief. Steve Zubrowski, of Towson's Greenbriar neighborhood,...

  • Baltimore Co. trying to ID man suspected of forcing woman into car at Towson shopping center

    Baltimore Co. trying to ID man suspected of forcing woman into car at Towson shopping center

    Baltimore County police are asking for the public's help to identify a man they say threatened to shoot a woman and ordered her into her car at a Towson shopping center last month. The incident happened Nov. 5 in the parking lot of the Babies "R" Us at Towson Place in the 1200 block of Putty Hill...

  • Timonium church volunteer charged with sexual abuse

    Timonium church volunteer charged with sexual abuse

    A volunteer at a Timonium church has been charged with sexually abusing a girl there, and Baltimore County police say he has held a string of other positions working with children. Terrence Shondry Smalls, 26, of Cockeysville is accused of abusing a 4-year-old girl during a Sunday morning Mass on...

  • Baltimore County police offer holiday crime prevention tips

    Baltimore County police offer holiday crime prevention tips

    The Baltimore County Police Department is asking residents to stay alert during the bustle of the holiday season. In a list of crime prevention tips, Police Chief Jim Johnson urged people to scan the immediate area around them and not to assume a place is safe and secure just because other people...

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