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  • Buildings demolished to make way for Walmart Supercenter in Randallstown

    The walls came tumbling down as long-vacant buildings were demolished Aug. 30 to make way for a new Walmart Supercenter in the Liberty Plaza shopping center in Randallstown. According to a Baltimore County government news release, the 160,000-square-foot...
  • Liberty Road group challenges Balto. Co. redistricting

    Residents of neighborhoods along Liberty Road in Baltimore County are hoping to gather enough signatures to challenge the County Council's decision to redraw political lines for the next local election. Leaders of the Liberty Road Community Council and...
  • Metro Centre apartments, offices set for spring 2013 completion

    Metro Centre apartments, offices set for spring 2013 completion
    Construction of apartments, shops and offices at the Owings Mills Metro Centre remains on schedule, despite political wrangling over the project and other developments in the area. Three new structures — two apartment buildings and an office...
  • Balto. Co. Council may strip bathrooms from transgender bill

    Update: Baltimore County Council members say they'll consider an amendment to exempt public restrooms, locker rooms and dressing rooms from a bill meant to protect transgender people from discrimination. Councilman John Olszewski Sr., a Dundalk Democrat,...
  • Baltimore Co. Council poised to reform development practice

    The Baltimore County Council is poised make it easier to get information about plans filed under a real estate development method that has been criticized as too easy on builders and too hard on residents trying to keep track of what's going on in their...
  • Transgender bill stirs fear, controversy in Baltimore County

    Transgender bill stirs fear, controversy in Baltimore County
    Jenna Fischetti picks a seat at a Baltimore County Starbucks where she can see who's coming and going. As a transgender woman, the 47-year-old is always on guard. "My head's on the swivel," said Fischetti, a freckled brunette. When she slips into a...
  • Protesters of transgender bill gather outside Councilman Quirk's office

    Protesters of transgender bill gather outside Councilman Quirk's office
    More than a dozen people gathered in Catonsville by 9 a.m. on a brisk President's Day morning outside the Frederick Road office of Councilman Tom Quirk to protest a proposed bill designed to protect transgendered people from discrimination. Many...
  • Balto. Co. Council approves transgender discrimination ban

    Transgender people would be protected from discrimination in Baltimore County under a measure approved by the County Council Tuesday, making the county the fourth local government in Maryland to adopt such protections. Council members did not add a...
  • Investigation highlights Balto. Co. minority hiring struggle

    When Baltimore County Police Capt. Andre Davis took command, late in 2010, of recruiting and hiring, he could see that efforts to bring in African-Americans had slipped. Background checks were not being completed on many applicants, and no effort was...
  • Pension bill opposed by unions stalls in Baltimore Co. Council

    A bill from Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz that could have reduced some workers' pensions stalled in the County Council Monday after pressure from unions that complained the bill undermined labor rights. The 4-3 vote to table the legislation...
  • Marks gets thanks from union on pension bill vote

    In the wake of the Baltimore County Council vote to table legislation that would have reduced pension benefits for a portion of the county's workforce, the leader of the Baltimore County Federation of Public Employees has singled out 5th District...
  • Kamenetz, council members got dozens of tickets from developers

    Kamenetz, council members got dozens of tickets from developers
    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and some County Council members accepted thousands of dollars' worth of tickets to sporting events from developers and others last year, a practice the county has continued to allow in violation of state ethics...