Maryland’s medical cannabis dispensaries have seen booming sales amid the coronavirus pandemic even as they’re forced to change the way they serve patients. But operators say the panic-buying is exacerbating supply chain bottleneck and causing some to fear the long-term effects should the increased demand continue.
The Baltimore County Board of Education awarded more than $16 million in matching state and county funds for contracts to build heating and air conditioning at three county schools, but the ongoing coronavirus pandemic muddies the waters on when it will be installed, school officials say.
Baltimore County officials expressed frustration Friday over reports of residents and even some gyms defying state and local orders prohibiting social gatherings and closing businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewki, Jr. announced Thursday social gatherings are now restricted to no more than 10 people, and launched new online food resource maps, including a form for restaurants to self-identify if they provide carry out, delivery and pick up services.
Baltimore County Fire Department crews worked to extinguish a fire Wednesday afternoon on Bitternut Court in Catonsville’s Patapsco Woods development that fire officials say engulfed a single-family home.
The Baltimore County Police Department is now are rolling out new measures for non-emergency crime reports to reduce in-person investigations, the department announced Tuesday, screening callers for flu-like symptoms and using personal protective equipment to respond to sick and injured persons.
As federal, state and local governments continue to escalate efforts meant to reduce the spread of coronavirus, southwestern Baltimore County businesses see a sharp decrease in sales as they navigate the pandemic.
The return of Catonsville fire station personnel to the Catonsville Fire station on Frederick Road, expected March 14, has been pushed back “by several days” due to ongoing repairs to remediate a maintenance issue that caused a “petroleum-like substance” to leak into the basement, fire officials say.
Junior Achievement of Central Maryland, a nonprofit that has offered a wide range of workforce development training for Maryland students since 1957, is relocating from its Owings Mills location to a new 28,800-square-foot headquarters at 1725 Twin Springs Road in Lansdowne, a move its representatives say will dramatically scale up the approximately 24 student-focused programs.
Rolling Road Golf Club leadership and representing attorneys said a proposal to downzone the club's land in Catonsville is illegal, accusing the Baltimore County Councilman who filed it of deleveraging land owners for the county's gain.
Baltimore County police are investigating the Tuesday night shooting death of a 23-year-old Parkville man and are seeking the public’s help in identifying a suspect and the circumstances that led to the shooting.
Teens and young adults who live in Baltimore County can now apply for its Summer Youth Employment Program, which offers workforce training and matches participants with area businesses based on interest and proximity; the county seeks to ramp up the program this year with a goal of expanding it by at least 50%.
A group of Catonsville restaurateurs are bringing back the Taste of Catonsville, which ended in 2017 after running 20 consecutive years, this time to raise funds for the Catonsville-based nonprofit League of Dreams Thursday, Feb. 27.
Around 20 volunteers at the Catonsville library branch handmade blankets during Make a Blanket Day Saturday, to be delivered to kids at 20 local hospitals, family crisis centers and other facilities through Project Linus.
The owners of Faidley’s Seafood in Baltimore's Lexington Market officially bought the former Plymouth Wallpaper building on Frederick Road last week, aiming to open the new the new restaurant, brewery and event space in spring 2021.
The Baltimore County Board of Education voted to accept $14.2 million in state funds for temporary air conditioning units at seven public schools, with no estimated timeline on when they might be installed.
A former employee at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center was arrested and charged with numerous child sex offenses, including the assault of a teenage hospital patient, according to Baltimore County police.
The former Halethorpe Colored School has sat on Northeast Avenue for nearly a century. Now rented out for private parties, the Halethorpe Civic League seeks to have it designated as a historic structure with the hope of setting up a museum on Black Baltimore County history there.
The Catonsville Women’s Giving Circle, celebrating a decade of service, disbursed over $24,000 in charitable grants to 21 local organizations in the greater Catonsville area during its grant cycle this year.
Towson University invites young women leaders from 24 Baltimore County high schools to participate in its first Women's Leadership Collective that pairs 11th grade students with local women business and nonprofit leaders for mentorship and leadership skill development.
Maryland state Del. Shelly Hettleman and Catonsville activist Sheila Ruth were confirmed as the nominees for vacant Baltimore County seats in the state legislature, the Baltimore County Democratic State Central Committee voted Tuesday night.
Some Catonsville area business and homeowners, as well as public structures, are still recovering from the historic flooding that hit in May 2018. This updates where things stand, including with governmental resources.