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Kevin Kamenetz

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  • State grants benefit West Towson, Cromwell Park trails

    Two local trail projects — one in West Towson and another at Cromwell Valley Park — are the recipients of $30,000 each in state grants through the Maryland Recreational Trails Program. The grants were announced Nov. 16 by Gov. Martin O'...
  • GPS technology navigating to savings, or a waste of money?

    GPS technology navigating to savings, or a waste of money?
    Animal control officer Anthony Maxwell once relied on a weathered blue binder of maps to navigate through a day of picking up stray cats, patrolling parks for loose dogs and investigating cruelty reports. Now, a GPS device on the dashboard of his...
  • Baltimore County to offer free parking for holiday shopping

    Baltimore County will offer more than 1,700 free parking spots over Thanksgiving weekend and again in December to encourage people to buy locally for their holiday shopping. Between Thursday and Sunday, the spots will be marked with "free parking"...
  • Maryland speed camera investigation brings delays, detours

    Maryland speed camera investigation brings delays, detours
    Over months of investigating the proliferation of speed cameras in Maryland, many of The Baltimore Sun's attempts to get data and other information from government officials were met with delays, detours and dead ends. Howard County, for example,...
  • Kamenetz, Dance seek to consolidate county and school data centers

    Baltimore County schools' data center would be combined with the county government's under a proposal by County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, part of an effort to save money through consolidations. Kamenetz and schools Superintendent Dallas Dance said the...
  • Kamenetz checks in at Stoneleigh to open American Education Week

    Kamenetz checks in at Stoneleigh to open American Education Week
    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz on Tuesday kicked off a two-day, four-school tour to commemorate American Education Week, visiting students, teachers and parents at Stoneleigh Elementary School. The visit not only launched the annual...
  • Representatives talk economic optimism at Catonsville chamber

    Representatives talk economic optimism at Catonsville chamber
    Local legislators offered hope tempered with an acknowledgment of the economy's continuing lethargy as they spoke during the annual legislative luncheon hosted by the Greater Catonsville Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, Nov. 14. "Our economy is going to...
  • From 'green' honors to 'black and white' excellence, Dulaney High in the news

    Over the summer, Dulaney High School accrued many honors, and as of June the school was elevated to the status of a Model Green School. This distinction, which is possible only for school that earn "Green School" designation two years, was bestowed based...
  • Power of the Purse in Towson combats human trafficking

    The Baltimore County Commission for Women will host a collection of purses in Towson this month as part of a campaign to benefit victims of human trafficking.  As part of the Power of the Purse campaign, new or gently used purses may be dropped off...
  • U.S. Attorney General in Towson to grant $124K to Baltimore County police

    U.S. Attorney General in Towson to grant $124K to Baltimore County police
    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder came to Towson University on Wednesday, Oct. 3, bearing gifts for Baltimore County Police — specifically $124,000 to help the department fight intellectual property crime. In an announcement at the Towson campus...
  • West Towson residents lobby Marks on road issues, flooding

    Timothy Tenne knows the crusade is one that's been fought before. Others have lobbied to bring infrastructure improvements to his small corner in West Towson, where he said 90 percent of residents regularly experience yard, home or basement flooding....
  • Baltimore County weighs pension bonds

    Baltimore County weighs pension bonds
    Baltimore County officials say they can close a gap in pension funding while saving taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars. But their planned strategy is one that carries considerable risk, experts say. County Executive Kevin Kamenetz has proposed...