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Baltimore County police warn of online rental scams

While looking online for somewhere to live, a woman from Owings Mills might have thought she hit the jackpot. A small brick home listed on Craigslist in Baltimore County had a yard, was within walking distance of Mt. Pleasant Woods Park and a 10-minute drive from downtown Towson. She signed a contract...

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  • Two daytime stabbings occur in Towson

    Two daytime stabbings occur in Towson

    A 26-year-old woman was stabbed in the 6300 block of York Road in south Towson Monday afternoon by a masked person, according to Baltimore County Police. Three people in masks approached the female victim between 3:21 p.m. and 4:21 p.m. The group asked the woman if she had any cigarettes; when she...

  • Lawsuit against organizations connected to Rabbi Freundel seeks $100 million in damages

    Lawsuit against organizations connected to Rabbi Freundel seeks $100 million in damages

    Attorneys for victims of the Rabbi Bernard "Barry" Freundel, the former Towson University professor who secretly recorded women as they prepared for a Jewish ritual bath, amended a lawsuit Tuesday against several New York and Washington based organizations to seek more than $100 million in damages....

  • Towson celebrates National Night Out

    Towson celebrates National Night Out

    Baltimore County Police, Towson University Police, Towson Area Citizen on Patrol members and a handful of elected officials gathered at a shopping center on Putty Hill Avenue Tuesday evening for an event tied to National Night Out. National Night Out is organized by the National Association of...

  • Baltimore County observes National Night Out

    Baltimore County observes National Night Out

    Across the county tonight, events communities come together to promote safety, security

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  • 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. Sharon Road, 6500 block. Between 9 p.m. Aug. 16 and 8:30 a.m. Aug. 17. Car stolen from driveway. Dunkirk Road, unit block. Between 12:30 a.m....

  • Sherwood Episcopal welcomes new rector [Cockeysville]

    Sherwood Episcopal Church recently welcomed the Rev. Nancy Hennessey as its rector. Rev. Hennessey comes to Cockeysville from the General Theological Seminary in New York; she was ordained July 20 at Sherwood Episcopal by The Rev. Eugene Taylor Sutton, bishop of Maryland. Perched on Sherwood Hill,...

  • Student pair work hard to publish their very own book [Rodgers Forge]

    Three years ago, AJ Preller, of Chumleigh Road, and Nora Sevidal, of Heathfield Road, were two regular 8-year-old friends with big imaginations. At the start of third grade at Rodgers Forge Elementary School, AJ and Nora started writing a book. Just for fun. You know, something to do in the afternoons...

  • Baltimore County backs out of deal to move workers to Towson Presbyterian Home

    Baltimore County backs out of deal to move workers to Towson Presbyterian Home

    Baltimore County has backed away from a controversial proposal to place government offices at a historic mansion in Towson, prompting the developer to return its focus to a residential plan that could result in the building's demolition. Arthur Adler, a principal with Caves Valley Partners, which...

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