A Catonsville man has been indicted on multiple counts for possessing and distributing child pornography, and for not securing a firearm from a minor, the Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office alleges.
As Rolling Road Golf Club considers selling its land to build a private golf course on state-owned parkland, Baltimore County councilman Tom Quirk has proposed cutting the number of homes allowed to be built on the club's property by more than half of what's currently permitted.
A fund set up by The Y in Catonsville for Jordan Taylor, the Catonsville native killed in his Baltimore home last month, has raised more than $10,000 to provide financial assistance to families struggling to enroll their kids in local YMCA programs.
On a tour of Lansdowne High School where she once attended, Maryland House Speaker Adrienne Jones says Democratic lawmakers' $2 billion proposal for school construction funding 'will be passed' next year, potentially freeing up state money to replace the 56-year-old Baltimore County school.
Catonsville next year will start offering tax incentives to drawn in artists and art-related businesses through Baltimore County's first state-designated Arts & Entertainment District, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski, Jr. announced Monday.
The Howard County Board of Education violated the Maryland Open Meetings Act during its controversial vote on school redistricting Thursday night, according to a complaint submitted to the Maryland Open Meetings Compliance Board.
Hunting Hills Swim Club in Baltimore is seeking donations during Sleep Out America, an annual event in which fundraisers sleep outside to raise money for homeless youth shelters run by the Covenant House
Baltimore County Councilman Tom Quirk voted to support the HOME Act this month, but said he doesn't expect it to have an impact on voucher holders' decision-making. The council chair also reports he's been threatened for his support, and Baltimore County police are monitoring the individual.
Baltimore County Fire Department crews are working to contain an apartment fire that has spread to the second floor at the 5400 block of Edmondson Avenue reported Monday morning. No injuries have been reported.
In their 2020-21 calendars, Maryland education officials are tasked with deciding whether students will return for classes before or after Labor Day. Some school systems are still weighing their options.
The English Consul Volunteer Fire Department in Lansdowne has served its community from its current building since 1951, with the last major renovation occurring 65 years ago. Now, a GoFundMe page has been launched to raise $1 million to renovate the inadequate space, with total costs estimated at around $2 million.
The Patapsco Facebook group inspires locals to clean up the Patapsco Valley, but also to find littering culprits, identify historical artifacts, and return stolen or lost items to their original owners.
Mount de Sales Academy in Catonsville, one of the Baltimore area's oldest schools still in use, is moving forward on plans for a 24,000-square foot Center for Performing Arts and Student Life, to be complete by the end of 2020.
Classes at Oakland Mills High School resumed Wednesday morning after the Howard County Fire Department responded to a report of gas odor at the school and found no detectable gas levels, a fire department spokesman said.
A proposal sent to Rolling Road Golf Club members would see a private golf course built on state-owned land, currently leased by the Patapsco Horse Center. Local and state lawmakers say the backlash it's sparked is premature.