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Kevin Kamenetz

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  • Rebuilt office tower to fill gap in Towson

    Rebuilt office tower to fill gap in Towson
    Construction crews are busy filling a 12-story gap that has stood empty in the center of Towson for nearly 10 years. Workers have been transforming the former Investment Building into the Towson City Center, a $27 million project of offices and retail...
  • Enjoy the new bridge but watch your speed

    For two years, what was Timbergrove Road has been closed to traffic. It had become a major alternative (as had Kingsbury Road) to accessing Reisterstown Road via High Falcon Road or Hammershire through what were normally quiet neighborhoods. On Thursday,...
  • Van Arsdale leads consolidated Baltimore County Planning Department

    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced Tuesday the formal consolidation of two community planning and support offices in county government that will now fall under one director — Andrea Van Arsdale, who was named as the county's...
  • 'Padlock' law allows cops to close troublesome bars

    'Padlock' law allows cops to close troublesome bars
    The Black Hole Rock Club in Dundalk is closed, for now. The manager was arrested and charged with selling drugs to customers. Inspectors condemned the barnlike structure and slapped notices on all the doors: "This building is unsafe." Baltimore County...
  • School systems around state need to address improvements to buildings

    School systems around state need to address improvements to buildings
    Rodgers Forge Elementary had reached nearly double its capacity, so parents and students were relieved last year when the new $22 million WestTowson Elementary opened to ease crowding at neighboring schools in Baltimore County. One year later, West...
  • Baltimore County accused of workplace disabilities act violations

    The U.S. Justice Department is investigating allegations that Baltimore County government has harassed employees over their medical conditions and forced some out of their jobs, according to court documents and people who have spoken with federal...
  • Baltimore County hit by 5.8 magnitude earthquake

    A 5.8 magnitude earthquake emanating out of Virginia hit Baltimore County and much of the East Coast shortly before 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 23, shaking large buildings and causing Baltimore County government buildings to be evacuated. No significant...
  • Towson reacts to earthquake: 'Unnerving ... few moments' create a day of memories

    Towson reacts to earthquake: 'Unnerving ... few moments' create a day of memories
    Mark Armstrong, co-owner of Towson Framing Gallery, was upstairs in the Finkelstein building in the 400 block of York Road pricing some molding samples on Tuesday when, "I heard this big rush," he said. "It sounded like wind and a rat-a-tat-tat like...
  • Studies promised on fate of Spring Grove Hospital Center campus

    Studies promised on fate of Spring Grove Hospital Center campus
    After years of non-committal posturing from state health officials on the fate of Spring Grove Hospital Center campus, a recent surge of attention promises to spark new feedback. Two studies currently pending at the state level — one on the...
  • Fresh Market opens in Dulaney Plaza: Round of parmesan in lieu of ribbon

    Fresh Market opens in Dulaney Plaza: Round of parmesan in lieu of ribbon
    To open the brand new Fresh Market gourmet grocery store in Dulaney Plaza on Aug. 24, company officials cut open a 75-pound round of Parmesan Reggiano, an Italian cheese made from 150 gallons of high quality milk. "Cracking of the Parmesan" is Fresh...
  • County residents asked to prepare for Hurricane Irene

    Local authorities are urging residents to be prepared for Hurricane Irene, which is gaining strength off the coast of Florida and is on track to hit Maryland late Saturday night. "It is still unclear exactly what path the storm will take, but I encourage...
  • Baltimore County: robocalls, words of caution and the hunt for batteries part of Hurricane Irene preparation

    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz on Friday reiterated the call for citizens to take every necessary precaution in advance of Hurricane Irene, which is schedule to reach Maryland on Saturday evening. The executive even sent out an automated...