- Elementary students, special education students and students receiving specialized services will have the option of attending in-person four days a week starting in May.
- Baltimore Police arrested and charged another man in the brazen, west-side gun battle last February, this person alleged to have fired the reckless shot that hit the 10-year-old girl down the block.
- After a year of relative isolation caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Muslims are thankful even for a drive-thru version of Ramadan dinners at the Islamic Society of Baltimore.
- Andrew Saul, one of the few remaining holdovers from the Trump administration, said through a spokesman that he intends to lead the Baltimore County-based Social Security Administration until his term ends in 2025.
- Operated by Baltimore City Public Schools Food and Nutrition Services, the Great Kids Farm in Catonsville offers students hands-on opportunities to “connect farm to plate, reinforce curricular concepts, strengthen environmental literacy and promote healthy habits."
- The university has been using the BioFlash about 10 times a week for the past six weeks to detect the presence of COVID-19 in dorms, locker rooms, classrooms, research labs and other areas.
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- Dr. Michael S. Shear, a Union Memorial Hospital physiatrist whose work focused on seeking relief for patients who suffered from chronic pain, died April 5 of cancer at Stella Maris Hospice. The Towson resident was 68.
- After escaping the economic fallout that hit many others last year, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. unveiled his $4.2 billion operating budget Thursday, kicking in unprecedented funds for public schools and county retirees.
- Baltimore County Police issued a warning Thursday about a white van whose driver reportedly attempted to lure children into the van in at least two incidents in the past week.
- A few years ago, Parkville resident Daniel Dean became fascinated with a site at Marshy Point Nature Center in Baltimore County.
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- A bill that would enable Baltimore County librarians to form a union passed both chambers of the General Assembly on the final day of the legislative session Monday night, and now heads to Gov. Larry Hogan’s desk for his signature.
- This is a modern-day palace that will leave your visitors gaping in awe from the moment they approach the front door.
- A year into the coronavirus pandemic, the Baltimore-area housing market continues to thrive. The trends reflect the public health crisis’ continued hold on the economy, fueling demand for property and opening the consumer floodgates with record-low mortgage interest rates.
- Baltimore County Council members and residents took issue with what they called potential “unintended consequences” of proposed zoning changes that would allow hundreds more restaurants to hold live music.
- The Towson Chamber of Commerce is hosting a community cleanup day in honor of Earth Day this Saturday, April 17, asking for volunteers to help plant perennials in the flower boxes around town.