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  • Balto. Co. libraries expand hours, services at all 19 branches

    Balto. Co. libraries expand hours, services at all 19 branches
    Baltimore County officials on Thursday announced an expansion of library services that include full-time hours at the Loch Raven Library and year-round Sunday hours at each of the county's 19 library branches. The changes are part of a service...
  • Community celebrated for role in Stoneleigh Elementary addition

    Community celebrated for role in Stoneleigh Elementary addition
    As the students inside the newly renovated, sparkling classrooms at Stoneleigh Elementary worked on their lessons Tuesday morning, Principal Christine Warner and a host of elected officials thanked the parents and community who advocated so hard for the...
  • Built in 1865, Jericho bridge in Kingsville to get $2 million overhaul

    Built in 1865, Jericho bridge in Kingsville to get $2 million overhaul
    As a low-slung car traveling about 40 mph clanked and clattered over the worn wooden deck timbers of the Jericho Covered Bridge in Kingsville, Chris Scovill noted wryly about how often the posted speed limit is observed on the structure that connects...
  • Towson Bike Beltway to double in size

    Towson Bike Beltway to double in size
    The Towson Bike Beltway will more than double in size after grant money was awarded earlier this week through the Maryland Bikeways Program, Gov. Martin O'Malley's office announced. The five extensions to the Towson loop will add bike lanes, road...
  • County to break ground on Gough Park in Perry Hall

    County to break ground on Gough Park in Perry Hall
    Baltimore County officials are scheduled to break ground Tuesday, Oct. 1, on the Gough Park on Honeygo Boulevard. The 17-acre park will feature athletic fields, walking trails, a comfort station and pavilions. Officials said development of the site is...
  • Officials gather to break ground on Gough Park in Perry Hall

    Officials gather to break ground on Gough Park in Perry Hall
    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and other local officials gathered for a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for the new Gough Park in Perry Hall, marking start of construction of the park named for community founder Harry Dorsey Gough....
  • Good news gets better about Towson Bike Beltway [Editorial]

    Good news gets better about Towson Bike Beltway [Editorial]
    A plan in the works for a Towson Bike Beltway in Towson was good news. A plan to expand that beltway is even better news. The proposed beltway will more than double in size after grant money was awarded recently through the Maryland Bikeways Program....
  • 'Off the Wall' painting installed at historic Towson courthouse

    'Off the Wall' painting installed at historic Towson courthouse
    When the flowers are past blooming and the coming cold months turn the now-vibrant hues in the Courthouse Gardens in Towson brown, a piece of public art from the Walters Art Museum will ensure there's something colorful to admire on the streets of...
  • Balto. Co. Council approves $17.2 million for air conditioning at five schools

    Balto. Co. Council approves $17.2 million for air conditioning at five schools
    The Baltimore County Council on Monday approved spending $17.2 million to air condition schools in Middle River, Parkville, Pikesville, Windsor Mill and Woodlawn. County Executive Kevin Kamenetz requested the funding for Featherbed Lane, Hawthorne,...
  • Deadline nears for compliance with new sign law

    Deadline nears for compliance with new sign law
    Since passing earlier this year, a law enacted in September that limits signage around the District Courthouse in Towson has been in the sights of the area's bail bonds businesses. Yet as the deadline for complying with the law approaches, attorneys...
  • Councilman Marks announces re-election campaign in Towson

    Councilman Marks announces re-election campaign in Towson
    Before a crowd of dozens in the most Democratic precinct in Baltimore County’s 5th District, Councilman David Marks, a Republican from Perry Hall, announced Wednesday that he was running for re-election. “I want to help guide downtown Towson...
  • 101 York parking plans called 'woefully inadequate'

    101 York parking plans called 'woefully inadequate'
    101 York, a student apartment complex proposed for the Towson Triangle parcel near Towson University, is being billed by Baltimore County officials and the developer, DMS Development, as a project that will draw Towson students out of residential...