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Kevin Kamenetz

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  • Catonsville concert pianist plays again after surgery

    The clench of arthritis had quieted Reinecke's fingers last year, leaving the classically trained pianist, 93, unable to lift her right arm and play as she had for decades. As a couple of dozen friends and students packed into Reinecke's Catonsville...
  • '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...
  • Catonsville residents shocked by fatal police shooting

    Catonsville residents shocked by fatal police shooting
    Residents along Winters Lane in Catonsville were shocked Wednesday morning to hear that a Baltimore County Police officer had been shot and killed in their neighborhood. Officer Jason Schneider, 36, was inside a residence in the 1200 block of Winters...
  • Officer killed while serving warrant in Catonsville

    Officer killed while serving warrant in Catonsville
    A Baltimore County police officer was shot to death Wednesday during a predawn raid on a house in Catonsville, police said. His alleged assailant was also killed in the firefight. Officer Jason Schneider, 36, a 13-year veteran of the force, was trying...
  • 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...
  • More hours good news for patrons of libraries in Arbutus, Catonsville

    More hours good news for patrons of libraries in Arbutus, Catonsville
    This will be the last summer residents did not have seven-day access to their local library as Baltimore County officials announced an expansion of year-round Sunday hours at each of the county's 19 library branches. The Aug. 22 announcement also...
  • School system wants the public's help to solve crowding issue

    School system wants the public's help to solve crowding issue
    School officials have vowed they would include parents and stakeholders in discussions on finding a way to accommodate the burgeoning elementary school-aged student population in central Baltimore County. They appear to be keeping their word,...
  • Negro Leagues museum to play bigger crowds in Baltimore County

    Negro Leagues museum to play bigger crowds in Baltimore County
    Hubert V. Simmons was a gentle man who threw a nasty knuckleball in Negro Leagues baseball, and for years he dreamed of establishing a museum that could tell a story about the national pastime before it was really national, when black players were...
  • Perry Hall library celebrates 50 years in the books

    Perry Hall library celebrates 50 years in the books
    The Perry Hall Branch of the Baltimore County Public Library is celebrating 50 years of service this month, and on Saturday the community was invited to join the party. The branch has come a long way in those 50 years. From humble beginnings to its...
  • Dolfield Boulevard work finished in Owings Mills

    Dolfield Boulevard work finished in Owings Mills
    Crews have finished the final phase of Dolfield Boulevard in Owings Mills, connecting Reisterstown Road with Lakeside Boulevard. The last half-mile of the four-lane highway opened to traffic this week with a ceremony by Baltimore County officials....
  • Balto. Co. Council approves bill to increase animal cruelty fines

    Balto. Co. Council approves bill to increase animal cruelty fines
    Fines for animal cruelty in Baltimore County will increase under a bill approved by the County Council on Monday. The penalties for first offenses will rise from $100 to $250 per day for each occurrence of animal cruelty. Initially, the legislation...
  • School plan never discussed with local residents [Letter]

    On the matter of reopening Loch Raven Elementary School and moving the Halstead Academy population to Loch Raven, Baltimore County Superintendent of Schools Dallas Dance has been less than candid about the role that the Loch Raven Village and...