- Halethorpe residents are preparing for a virtual meeting on Wednesday with county and developer representatives about the highly contentious Southern Crossroads project, a proposed town house development at the end of Maple Avenue.
- The Dancing Fire will take over the outdoor stage at the JCC’s Gordon Center on Sunday at 5 p.m. to celebrate the Jewish Festival of Lights.
- After a year marked by sheltering at home and shuttered stores, experts believe many consumers are pining for more “typical” activities during this year’s holiday shopping season.
- Catonsville's 17th Annual CHS XC Turkey Trot - 5K Race and 1 Mile Family Fun Run/Walk Thursday November 25, 2021. 100% of the proceeds of our Annual Catonsville Turkey Trot race go directly to the CHS Cross Country program, including the purchase of uniforms, training tools, and travel expenses, and the philanthropy causes they support.
- The store's roots go back decades in Baltimore to Holocaust survivors who opened a grocery in Lower Park Heights.
- William D. Hunt, a former Noxell Corp. senior vice president and board member who later became president and CEO of Yardley of London, died Oct. 21 in his sleep at the Mercy Ridge retirement community in Timonium. The former Lutherville resident was 94.
- Baltimore County has seen 50 people killed this year, a rise of 69 percent over the same time last year and exceeding the number of people killed in 2019,
- Baltimore County prosecutors said that in sentencing Anthony Westerman, Circuit Judge Keith Truffer determined there was “not evidence of any psychological injury to the victim.”
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- State legislators say a new Maryland law that prevents homeowners' groups from banning portable basketball hoops is a response to covenants that can discriminate, sometime subtly, against racial or ethnic groups.
- Winterfest festivities on Dec. 3 will include holiday performances, the tree lighting ceremony, hot chocolate, cookies, and Santa’s arrival by fire truck.
- The Baltimore County public school board on Tuesday approved the 2022-23 academic calendar, which includes a pre-Labor Day start date, adds Juneteenth as a holiday, and designates three professional development days to coincide with religious and cultural celebrations.
- The Maryland Legislative Redistricting Advisory Commission selected a map on a 4-2 party-line vote during a virtual hearing, over the objections of the panel’s Republican members.
- Baltimore County Police are searching for a suspect after a woman was fatally shot inside a home in Milford Mill, the department said Tuesday evening.
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- A report by Baltimore County’s inspector general finds that Councilwoman Cathy Bevins violated the county charter when she moved to a home outside her district.
- The Baltimore County Council recently preserved the second of two properties in Towson that will advance the Six Bridge Trail on Worthington Road, said County Councilman David Marks.
- The estranged wife of Robert Vicosa, the ex-Baltimore County cop who killed himself and his two daughters in an apparent murder-suicide last week, has accused the police chief of York, Pennsylvania of blocking the protective order she sought to protect the girls.
- Century High School freshman John Moses and several other Howard and Baltimore county jump rope athletes will be part of a nationally televised performance during the 95th Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade on Thursday in New York City.
- On Nov. 10, nine seniors from Dulaney High School took part in National Signing Day by declaring the schools at which they will begin their collegiate athletic careers.
- John Lockwood McShane, a retired architect who designed midcentury modern buildings and was a past president of what was then the Maryland Historical Society, died Nov. 13. He was 93.