- Sophomore Riley Hackett gave No. 6 Hereford a 2-1 shootout win over No. 14 Dulaney after a 1-1 tie through two 10-minute overtime periods in the Baltimore County championship game.
- Those who approached Baltimore County police officer William R. Johnson, a qualified handgun instructor in Maryland, for permission to own and operate the firearms didn’t have to complete the hours of training required by state law for others to be certified, federal prosecutors alleged in an indictment made public Thursday.
- U.S. Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger of Maryland says he has deactivated his official congressional and campaign Facebook and Instagram accounts until their parent company and Congress make reforms to protect children, health and democratic values.
- Baltimore County police are investigating the shooting death of a 21-year-old man in Towson Monday.
- Some Baltimore area business owners are adding branches in Towson, Urbana and beyond.
- Trudy Tull, a registered nurse at the Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville, was selected as one of six winners of LifeSpan’s 2021 Heroes Awards.
- School districts across the state will use federal and state funds to recover from the effects of the pandemic and improve schools.
- Henry William "Bill" Wernecke Jr., a real estate professional who worked in the Baltimore area for more than 50 years, died in Towson on Oct. 11. He was 93.
- After almost 40 Baltimore County residents during a Tuesday evening hearing overwhelmingly opposed a redistricting plan, Democratic County Council chair Julian Jones said he plans to “work hard to see if there is a way” to create at least one more majority-Black district.
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- The Maryland Attorney General’s Office released 10 minutes of dash camera footage from a Maryland Transportation Authority Police officer’s chase that began in Baltimore City and ended when the suspect crashed his vehicle and died in Baltimore County.
- Zach Sales scored in overtime to lift No. 7 Towson to a 2-1 victory over the No. 15 Gators in the Baltimore County boys soccer championship game.
- The Maryland school board will collect three months of data on cases and outbreaks before making a decision in December.
- Gov. Larry Hogan has extended the period for people to apply to an upcoming vacancy on Maryland’s highest court, citing a need for more diverse candidates after the initial seven applicants appeared to all be white.
- The Blue Ribbon Ethics and Accountability Commission announced Tuesday was appointed by County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. to be a nonpartisan, independent group meant to review the county’s current laws and policies regarding government ethics and the Office of the Inspector General.
- In 2009, Amy Enright’s family was struggling emotionally with the impending death of her father at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. Gilchrist’s team showed warmth and compassion as her father was dying from two forms of cancer. This difficult time inspired Enright to become a hospice nurse, she said.
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- Baltimore County Councilwoman Cathy Bevins says she made a mistake when she purchased a home in the Fifth District after she was told, erroneously, by the council’s legislative attorney that doing so would not violate the county charter.
- A man was shot Monday afternoon at a motel just off the Beltway in Parkville.The man was taken to a local hospital but the Baltimore County Police said they did not have any information about his condition.
- Former Baltimore County Executive Theodore "Ted" Venetoulis was remembered Monday during a memorial service at Goucher College.
- Robert Jackson Wyatt Jr., 52, of Fallston, is charged with four counts of distribution of child pornography and eight counts of possession of child pornography, according to a news release from the Maryland State Police.
- Charles Ridgely Warfield, who coached Boys’ Latin lacrosse and football to championships and taught mathematics at the school, died of a stroke Oct. 10 . He was 78.