Tropical Storm Ophelia made landfall in the North Carolina early Saturday, lashing coastal areas with damaging winds and dangerous surges of water, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said.
Jacqueline “Jackie” Copeland, the former executive director of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum and a longtime, passionate advocate for the arts, died Wednesday at Mercy Medical Center. She was 76.
Here is a roundup of the local college football games played on Saturday, Sept. 23.
Stephen Gerald Kennedy, a Korean War veteran who ran a temporary staffing agency, died Sept. 17 at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was 85.
Catonsville builds a big lead and holds off Woodlawn for a 35-24 victory on homecoming.
Chesapeake Urology and ZERO Prostate Cancer will hold its annual Sanford J. Siegel Prostate Cancer Run and Walk on Oct. 1 at Unitas Stadium in Towson.
Drivers in northern Baltimore County can expect lane closures on York Road starting Sunday as SHA repairs sections of asphalt pavement between Shawan Road and Phoenix Road.
Educators and volunteers aimed to prioritize continuity and diversity as they started reviewing boundary maps on Thursday for 19 elementary schools in Baltimore County’s Central Area, with the goal of reducing overcrowding.
The 2023 Maryland State Fair entertained and educated over a half million people during three weekends in August and September.
Dr. Ross Carl Sugar, a pain management physician, died Sept. 18 at his Stevenson home. He was 63.
Towson's Koto Davis scored late in regulation to force overtime, and sent home the winner shortly into the extra session Thursday against Catonsville.
"We hear a lot of talk about other teams, but why not us?” Towson volleyball coach Sarah Nugent said. “I think we can compete with any team in the county."
Celestine Knight, an administrator in the Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation who was active in the Gillis Memorial Christian Community Church, died Sept. 1 at her sister’s Gwynn Oak home. She was 77.
Catonsville boys soccer builds a 3-0 lead and holds on for a 4-2 victory over Dulaney.
Authorities are probing an act of antisemitic vandalism discovered Wednesday at a Jewish cemetery in Rosedale as a “bias incident,” a Baltimore County Police spokesperson said.
The Baltimore County Police Department is investigating the arrest of a 15-year-old at a library last week after a witness alleged that an officer used excessive force.
A 29-year-old man charged with raping three Towson University students at gunpoint in February pleaded guilty Tuesday in Baltimore County Circuit Court.
Valerie Bradt Hymes, a WJZ-TV news reporter who covered the assassination attempt of presidential candidate George Wallace, died Aug. 16 at Luminis Health Anne Arundel Medical Center. She was 91.
"I hope the most desperate showbiz rejects walk over me here and feel some sort of respect and strength," Baltimore filmmaker John Waters said Monday at the unveiling of his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Len Stoler Lexus in Towson has been accused of violating federal law by demoting and then firing a worker because of disabilities stemming from a traumatic brain injury suffered in a serious motorcycle accident.
Dean Esslinger, a Towson University history professor who started an international faculty exchange program, died Sept. 5. He was 81.
The Notre Dame Preparatory School in Towson will celebrate its 150th anniversary with celebrationz Sept. 22-24.
A pedestrian died after being struck by a vehicle Sunday morning on East Seminary Avenue, according to Baltimore County Police.
Edward E. Crawford, a former Maryland Department of Health psychologist, died Sept. 7 at Wildcat Senior Living in Summerville, South Carolina. The former Perry Hall resident was 94.
Pictures of the Baltimore County African American Cultural Festival in Towson on Saturday, September 16, 2023.
Dorothy “Dottie” T. Sparrow, a newspaper reporter and descendant of the founder of Sparrows Point, died Sept. 3 at Warwick Forest Retirement Community in Newport News, Virginia. She was 80.
Michael A. Cortes III is Baltimore County’s first Latino police major. He was promoted at a ceremony with 40 sworn officers and eight professional staff who received new roles.
The Maryland Higher Education Commission is considering Stevenson University’s plans to offer a doctor of physical therapy degree, with two other universities in the state objecting to the proposal.
Baltimore County’s free annual African American Cultural Festival will be held Saturday in Towson, with activities for all ages and Grammy-nominated singer Musiq Soulchild as the headliner.
In a split vote, the Baltimore County Board of Education decided to close Campfield Early Learning Center.