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  • Kaiser Permanente partners with Lansdowne school to promote health

    Kaiser Permanente partners with Lansdowne school to promote health
    Kaiser Permanente's partnership with Riverview Elementary that began last month is taking a new step to provide students at the Kessler Road school with resources and programs to inspire and encourage healthy living habits. The partnership is part of...
  • Kamenetz under fire for refusing to repay police retirees

    Kamenetz under fire for refusing to repay police retirees
    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz is drawing criticism for refusing to repay hundreds of police retirees who a judge found were overcharged for their health insurance. Last month, a county circuit judge gave the county 20 days to pay about $573,...
  • Baltimore County repays loan from pension fund

    Baltimore County repays loan from pension fund
    Baltimore County has repaid more than $13 million it borrowed last year from its employees' pension fund, leading the county police union to drop a lawsuit over the loan. The county recently paid about $13.1 million, plus more than $500,000 in interest,...
  • 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,...
  • Excitement builds for new Frederick Road bridge

    Excitement builds for new Frederick Road bridge
    Construction on the new Frederick Road bridge across the Baltimore Beltway has advanced to its final stages and the project could be completed by Christmas. Or, it could take up to six months, according to State Highway Administration spokesman David...
  • Tree removal for Catonsville Y expansion frustrates residents

    Tree removal for Catonsville Y expansion frustrates residents
    The bay window in the dining room of Kevin and Rachel Hodges' Catonsville house once opened to an expanse of forest behind the Catonsville Family Center Y on South Rolling Road. In front of the forest lay the Hodges' large backyard where their 15-month-...
  • Balto. Co. Council considering action on hookah lounges

    Balto. Co. Council considering action on hookah lounges
    The Baltimore County Council is considering a resolution that asks the county Planning Board to examine and recommend regulations for the county’s burgeoning number of hookah lounges. The resolution requests the Planning Board “to...
  • Short Line Trail dedication in Catonsville honors years of work

    Short Line Trail dedication in Catonsville honors years of work
    Catonsville will celebrate another milestone on the road to becoming a more walkable and bikeable community Saturday morning. Community leaders, elected officials and residents will gather with members of Catonsville Rails to Trails at Western School of...
  • Teen sought in raid that led to officer's death held without bail

    Teen sought in raid that led to officer's death held without bail
    A Baltimore County district judge denied bail Friday to the teen sought in a county police raid that led to an officer's shooting death. Baltimore County Deputy State's Attorney John Cox said at a hearing that 16-year-old Rasheed Stanford should be...
  • Baltimore County planning board to consider easing rules on keeping chickens as pets

    Baltimore County planning board to consider easing rules on keeping chickens as pets
    The Baltimore County Council on Tuesday asked the county planning board to consider whether more residents should be allowed to keep chickens as pets. Members unanimously approved a resolution requesting a planning board review of zoning regulations...
  • Residents push for change in Balto. Co.'s chicken laws

    Residents push for change in Balto. Co.'s chicken laws
    On April 8, 2013, Kevin Mercer was issued a citation from Baltimore County for illegally housing two chickens in the backyard of his Catonsville home. On Aug. 22, he was granted a variance from the county, giving him permission to keep them. "[Almost]...
  • Lansdowne, Dundalk are next stops on Baltimore County rat patrol

    Lansdowne, Dundalk are next stops on Baltimore County rat patrol
    Baltimore County's rat eradication program has treated more than 2,100 homes, and more efforts are planned for later this month, county officials said Thursday. Rodent infestations have become a common complaint in many county neighborhoods, and the...