- A Bladensburg Police Department officer was arrested Thursday and accused of sex crimes in Baltimore County.
- Mount Saint Joseph senior Patrick Bauer pitched a two-hitter in the host Gaels’ 4-1 victory over Calvert Hall in Irvington on Thursday afternoon.
- The 2005 Cardinal Gibbons graduate calls it “The Brand”. Redd is now the head coach of Mount Carmel, following a search that included nearly 50 candidates. Multiple people within the Cougars’ administration worked together to make the decision following former coach Daryl Jackson stepping down form the position.
- Baltimore County has hired Silicon Valley-based SunPower Corp. to install solar panels at two landfills, marking the county’s first large-scale solar projects as part of County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr.’s push to invest far more in environmental sustainability initiatives.
- Fifth-grade students of Baltimore County Public Schools have helped discover some rare organisms, and recently had their discoveries verified as the first of their kind in the county.
- Carol Ann Clews, the past director of the Greater Baltimore Center for Pregnancy Concerns and a former film producer, died of pancreatic cancer April 16 at University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. She was 78 and lived in Reisterstown.
- Baltimore County will have a free tree giveaway in Cockeysville the weekend of April 30 and May 1, in honor of county residents planting more than 11,000 trees from last fall through this spring.
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- John J. Ariosa Jr., the founder of what became Sheffield Institute for the Recording Arts and a former resident of Phoenix in Baltimore County, died April 11 at Sarasota Memorial Hospital in Sarasota, Florida, of a massive infection. He was 71.
- Many favored Yale University to win but underdog University of Maryland, Baltimore County knocked off the Ivy League school in a tight match to claim their first national championship.
- Three months after the murder of Ken Gerstley, his widow and police are offering a $10,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest of his killer.
- Towson High's Madison Till hopes to be ready for a strong outdoor season before she runs at Rhode Island in the fall.
- Despite criticism from Baltimore County Council members and residents last week, the council approved amended zoning changes allowing hundreds more restaurants to host live music.
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- The Baltimore County Council voted unanimously Monday to loosen a provision allowing retirees to be rehired for government service after a report found the county improperly paid at least 20 employees salaries and pensions.
- 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.
- Baltimore County Public Schools’ 2021 graduating seniors will have traditional in-person ceremonies to receive their diplomas after school officials release a high school graduation schedule, with most of the ceremonies taking place at Towson University’s SECU Arena.
- The Baltimore County Police Department says it will provide additional security at an upcoming county school board meeting as the board’s chairwoman says she will not tolerate social media activities that she said constitute “bullying, intimidation, racism and a safety risk” to herself and several board members.
- William H. Dreyer Jr., a retired industrial and interior designer who was a master model builder and a collector of model cars, died April 9 at Stella Maris Hospice. The Rodgers Forge resident was 85.