The Baltimore County Farmers Market is open Wednesdays at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium.
Outdoor activities in Baltimore area canceled due to poor air quality
Schools, recreational departments and more have been cancelling outdoor events due to poor air quality spurred by winds carrying wildfire smoke from eastern Canada.
Maryland gambling regulators block sportsbooks’ play to ease oversight of offers to bettors
Sports betting companies asked Maryland regulators to drop rules that protect bettors from misleading promotions.
Fire at Cockeysville’s Antique Row under control after building collapses, Baltimore County Fire Department says
A two-alarm blaze at a strip of businesses on the 10800 block of York Road in Cockeysville was under control Wednesday evening after an hourslong battle with firefighters from numerous localities.
Baltimore County judge orders second driver charged in Beltway crash held without bond
The second driver charged in the deaths of six construction workers in a March Baltimore Beltway crash will remain in jail, a Baltimore County District Court Judge ruled Thursday.
Reisterstown man dies in head-on collision with tractor-trailer in Carroll County
The crash occurred around 10:52 p.m. near the intersection of Route 140 and Dede Road in Finksburg.
Donald David Brown, leader at Baltimore’s Carnegie Institution for Science and mentor to scientists, dies
Donald David Brown, a biologist at Carnegie Institution for Science in Baltimore, died May 31 at his home in the Woodbrook section of Baltimore County. He was 91.
Second driver in Beltway crash that killed six people surrenders to state police
Maryland State Police arrested Lisa Adrienne Lea, one of two drivers charged in a Baltimore Beltway crash that resulted in the deaths of six construction workers.
Baltimore City man convicted of first-degree murder in 2022 shooting of woman in Essex
A jury convicted a 30-year-old Baltimore City man of first-degree murder in the 2022 shooting of a 33-year-old woman, according to the Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office.
Stanley Pianowski, department store buyer and longtime Baltimore County Liquor Board administrator, dies
Stanley Pianowski, a department store buyer and Baltimore County Liquor Board administrator, died May 28. He was 87.
24-year-old arrested after his grandfather and great-grandmother are found dead in Randallstown
A 24-year-old faces first-degree murder charges after Baltimore County Police found his 73-year-old grandfather and 86-year-old great-grandmother dead Sunday evening outside a Randallstown home.
Baltimore County Council revokes approval of Middle River quarry project
The Baltimore County Council voted unanimously Monday to overturn a prior approval for land development at the former LaFarge Quarry.
Constellation Energy makes the 2023 Fortune 500 as the only Baltimore-area company
Constellation Energy was the only Baltimore-based corporation to make the annual Fortune 500 list after its first full year as an independent company. The energy company, with $24.4 billion in revenue last fiscal year, came in 162nd on Fortune magazine’s annual ranking of the largest U.S. corporations by revenue.
Two drivers charged with felony manslaughter in Baltimore Beltway crash that killed six workers
The two drivers in the Baltimore Beltway crash that killed six construction workers were indicted Monday on charges including negligent manslaughter.
Erie Insurance unlawfully rejected Baltimore auto customers in minority neighborhoods, state agency finds
State regulators have ruled in favor of four Baltimore-area insurance brokers who accused Erie Insurance more than two years ago of discriminating by engaging in insurance “redlining” of predominantly Black neighborhoods in the city. Erie unlawfully canceled or rejected business from brokers based on race or other discriminatory or arbitrary reasons, the insurance administration said.
A Towson University diversity coordinator strives to be the guide she wanted as a college student
Attending university as an immigrant mother of two, Atika Syed struggled to feel seen. Now, she represents students from the Asian American, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern and Desi American communities at Towson University.
Clare Leon Milton Jr., chemical engineer and driving force behind classical music on WBJC-FM, dies at 104
Clare Leon Milton Jr., a chemical engineer who was among the founders of classical music programming on WBJC-FM, died Thursday. He was 104.
Parent sues Oldfields School officials, requests injunction to keep Baltimore County institution open
The parent of a student at Oldfields School has sued officials of the Baltimore County institution, which announced in April it would close next school year, in an attempt to keep it open.
Minor injured Monday afternoon in Parkville shooting, Baltimore County Police say
A minor is expected to survive after being shot Monday afternoon in Parkville, according to Baltimore County police.
Barricade situation ‘peacefully resolved’ in Essex after two nearby schools put on lockout
A barricade situation in Essex that placed two schools on lockout status Monday afternoon as a precaution has been “peacefully resolved,” Baltimore County police said.
Wiener Walk in Towson | PHOTOS
4th Wiener Walk, Sunday June 4, 2023 celebrated the beloved Dachshunds. Owners and dogs strolled Patriot Plaza in front of the county courthouse. The event was a fundraiser for the Little Paws Dachshund Rescue.
Two minors charged with attempted murder after shooting in front of Sandalwood Elementary School in Essex
Two minors were arrested and charged in connection with a Friday shooting in front of Sandalwood Elementary School in Essex, Baltimore County Police said.
Catonsville High School commencement | PHOTOS
Pictures from the commencement exercises for Catonsville High School held at Towson University's SECU Arena on Saturday, June 3, 2023.
Western Tech track and field sophomore Ogechi Uzoukwu produced strong season after death of younger sister to cancer
Western Tech sophomore Ogechi Uzoukwu suffered the tragic loss of her younger sister on Feb. 23rd and became a regional outdoor track champion in four events, including three which she just started competing in this year.
Frank R. Cutko, referee and umpire who coached teams at Community College of Baltimore County, dies
Frank R. Cutko, a referee and umpire who taught physical education, died May 20 at his son’s home in Bowdoinham, Maine. He was 90.
Judge orders man charged with killing former Morgan State basketball star held without bond
A Baltimore County District Court judge on Friday ordered a man accused of fatally shooting a 25-year-old woman, who was set to testify in a murder trial in 2018, held without bail.
Science, environment top of mind at Towson area schools this spring
Students at Dulaney High School, Ridgely Middle School, Pot Spring Elementary school and several area schools wrapped up spring with science and environmental programs.
Baltimore native Anna Mae Burke Small, Westinghouse worker turned dog groomer, dies
Anna Mae Small, a Westinghouse clerk who changed careers and became a successful dog groomer, died May 9 at Oakcrest, a retirement community. She was 81.
Michael Malone, long before coaching the Nuggets in the NBA Finals, was a fiery point guard at Loyola Maryland
When former Loyola Maryland teammates watch Michael Malone coach the Denver Nuggets in the NBA Finals, they see the same intense, funny, brilliant guy who played point guard for Greyhounds three decades ago.
Baltimore County School Board Nominating Commission members at odds about how to fill vacant board seat
Some members of the Baltimore County School Board Nominating Commission say the organization has “deviated” from its intended role of presenting eligible candidates to help lead the school system.
Towson High School commencement | PHOTOS
Pictures from the 120th annual commencement exercises for Towson High School held at Towson University's SECU Arena on Thursday, June 1, 2023.