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Proclaiming that ours are "fiscally challenging times" has become a mantra of elected officials. Their solutions range from cutting services and furloughing employees to raising taxes. Yet little attention is paid to the fat in the budget. When...
Since Towson City Center opened as a bustling center of business and education last summer, Towson leaders have focused their attention on filling the vacancies at Towson Commons. On Friday, the results of those efforts finally became public....
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz told a group of Perry Hall residents Tuesday that public safety, education and infrastructure remain the county's top priorities in tough economic times. But over coffee and doughnuts at the Double T Diner on...
Baltimore County Council members took heat again last week over their use of taxpayer-funded cars, a rare perk among local councils in the Baltimore area. At a meeting in Towson, county resident Mary Locke said she was surprised to learn that Councilman...
Tags: Dundalk, Catonsville, Towson, Chevrolet, Jeep
Councilman David Marks said this week that a task force charged with assessing the viability of establishing a Business Improvement District in Towson has met three times since it was formed last fall, but that it is not close to issuing a recommendation....
A Towson law firm plans to challenge the renewal of the Recher Theatre's liquor license in an effort to stop the establishment's plan to become a nightclub. The Charles E. Brooks Law Offices will file a petition with the county liquor board within the...
Councilman David Marks has certainly brought glad tidings our way. He issued a statement on Feb. 24 regarding roads in Rodgers Forge and Gaywood that are to be resurfaced in the near future. Councilman Marks stated that "over the next two years, Baltimore...
Community leaders from East Towson on Tuesday, Feb. 12 spoke in support of Councilman David Marks' bill that aims to eliminate some of the bail bonds signage in downtown Towson. "We, the community, are not pleased at all with the signs from the bail...
A Baltimore County administrative law judge has approved developer Steve Whalen's proposal for a medical office project in Catonsville, one month after Whalen pleaded guilty to giving illegal campaign contributions to county politicians. Judge John E....
Officials announced on Tuesday a trio of new restaurants and a VIP section for the 15-screen movie theater planned for the Towson Square project — an $85 million development seen as a key element in attracting more shoppers and visitors to the...
This week, beginning Tuesday, Feb. 19, Seven Oaks Elementary School in Perry Hall will help students celebrate diversity through the school’s annual “African American Read-In Chain.” Throughout the week, visitors to the school will...
Tags: Perry Hall, Literature
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