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  • Baltimore County officials seek tighter ban on synthetic marijuana

    Baltimore County officials seek tighter ban on synthetic marijuana
    A Baltimore County councilwoman is seeking to tighten a local ban on synthetic marijuana, saying manufacturers have found ways around a state ban enacted last year as well as federal and county laws. Councilwoman Vicki Almond said existing laws...
  • Sewer line for new building at St. Paul's School at issue

    Sewer line for new building at St. Paul's School at issue
    The County Council is scheduled to vote Wednesday on whether St. Paul's School in Brooklandville would be granted permission to attach a planned 8,000-square-foot maintenance building to an existing sewer line on the nearby school-owned Emerson Farms...
  • Balto. Co. Council approves raises for council, executive

    Balto. Co. Council approves raises for council, executive
    Baltimore County Council members approved Wednesday a $25,000 raise for the county executive, as well as an $8,500 boost for their own positions. All seven members voted in favor of the increases. The raises will take effect in December and bring the...
  • Bill would ban electronic changeable signage in areas of Towson

    Bill would ban electronic changeable signage in areas of Towson
    The Baltimore County Council is considering legislation to protect Towson's scenic Charles Street corridor from modern electronic signage. The bill, which was introduced Wednesday by Council members David Marks and Vicki Almond, would ban electronic...
  • Brown adds endorsements

    Brown adds endorsements
    Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown picked up the support of 23 county elected officials from around Maryland Friday, adding to the summertime parade of endorsements of his candidacy for governor next year. With the announcement at the Maryland Association of...
  • 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...
  • Non-emergency calls plague Owings Mills Volunteer Fire Company

    Non-emergency calls plague Owings Mills Volunteer Fire Company
    The problem of non-emergency medical calls to the Owings Mills Volunteer Fire Company became apparent as soon as the first building opened in 2005 of the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Village, an independent senior living complex in Owings Mills. Other...
  • 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,...
  • Almond panders to unions

    Baltimore County Councilwoman Vicki Almond is wrong to criticize County Executive Kevin Kamenetz for his handling of the police department health care dispute ("Kamenetz under fire for refusing to repay police retirees," Sept. 27). Not only would it be...
  • Graffiti of swastikas, pentagrams found in Pikesville

    Graffiti of swastikas, pentagrams found in Pikesville
    Four places in Pikesville, including the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation and an elementary school, were tagged over the weekend with graffiti carrying swastikas, pentagrams and other vulgarities, and Baltimore County police say they are investigating the...
  • Baltimore Hispanic Chamber of Commerce opens Towson office

    Baltimore Hispanic Chamber of Commerce opens Towson office
    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and County Chamber of Commerce President Keith Scott on Wednesday welcomed the Baltimore Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to downtown Towson. "This is a great opportunity for our community and our members," Jose...
  • Chestnut Ridge zoning, food trucks rules on planning agenda

    Chestnut Ridge zoning, food trucks rules on planning agenda
    The Baltimore County Planning Board is set to hear public comment Thursday on a former golf course and country club off of Falls Road in Lutherville that’s been the subject of a zoning dispute. A public hearing about the former Chestnut Ridge...