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County libraries launch on-demand video streaming

Movie lovers in Baltimore County — who also are library patrons — now have a place from which to access movies and other video entertainment on demand for free. The Baltimore County Public Library system announced last week that it has added a new video streaming service called Kanopy to its digital...

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Games of the Year: Craig Clary

As the sports reporter for Baltimore County and private school high school teams in the Catonsville, Arbutus, Towson and Hereford areas, Craig Clary witnessed a slew of compelling games and moments during the 2016-17 school year. In honor of some of those memorable events, he has selected and ranked...

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  • Police warn residents to beware of strangers rummaging through mail

    Police warn residents to beware of strangers rummaging through mail

    The Baltimore County Police Department's Towson precinct commander is advising residents to be on the lookout for strangers rummaging through their mail looking for fraudulently obtained driver's licenses. The strangers are looking for licenses under names other than the resident's, said Capt....

  • 31-year-old man arrested in connection with Towson bank robbery

    31-year-old man arrested in connection with Towson bank robbery

    Law enforcement officials arrested a 31-year-old man Friday who was wanted in connection with a Towson bank robbery and an unrelated attempted-murder charge in Baltimore. Dominic Walker, whose last known address is in Reisterstown, allegedly approached a teller at the M&T Bank at 32 York Road at...

  • Towson crime log

    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. Neptune Court. Between May 5 at 6 a.m. and May 6 at 9 a.m. Cash stolen from a residence. Bosley Avenue, 700 block. Between 11:40 p.m. and...

  • Baltimore County police chief defends shielding body camera video

    Baltimore County police chief defends shielding body camera video

    Baltimore County Police Chief Terry Sheridan is expressing support for the county's body camera program and defending his department's decision not to release videos from recent incidents. During a meeting of the Wilkens Precinct Community Relations Organization Tuesday night, Sheridan said he...

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