- The State Highway Administration is scheduled to implement overnight closures on York Road next week in anticipation of work on a student housing project in Towson.
- A Catonsville man was sentenced Thursday to 10 years in federal prison followed by five years of supervised release for possession with intent to distribute and possession of a firearm related drug trafficking, the U.S. Attorney's Office in Baltimore announced.
- A group of at least five self-proclaimed sovereign citizens moved into an empty Baltimore County mansion and sued the owner, attempting what they described as a “sovereign acquisition."
- Leonard A. Strom, retired human resources director for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore who earlier worked in a similar position at Black & Decker, died Saturday. The Cockeysville resident was 75.
- Athlete of the Year Devyn Tracey, a senior at Catonsville High, was captain in softball and volleyball.
- The Green Towson Alliance is inviting Towson residents to vote for the winners in this year’s inaugural Native Garden Contest.
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- Funeral arrangements have been made for Jayden Baldree, a Dundalk teen who died Monday in a hit-and-run crash.
- Richard O. Motsay Sr., a retired Baltimore City District Court judge who presided over housing cases and directed the Baltimore Bail Project, died Monday at his Lutherville home. He was 96.
- “It’s very hard to please everyone. And we wanted to take a really hard shot at pleasing everyone.”
- The Milton Inn, part of Baltimore's Foreman Wolf restaurant group, shut down last year amid coronavirus difficulties. It officially re-opened July 21.
- Kyle Fiat, head lacrosse coach at Dulaney High School, recently vowed to ‘Keep the Pedals Spinning’ when he set off on an almost 350-mile bike ride to raise funds to benefit fellow Dulaney coach, Daron Reid, who is battling pancreatic cancer.
- Mark S. Segall, a commercial real estate broker who leased shopping centers and represented tenants, died of multiple organ failure Monday at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Owings Mills resident was 82.
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- Stephen C. Traugott, a retired Martin Marietta Inc. aeronautical engineer whose work began with the Project Mercury missions and ended with the Space Shuttle, died July 16 at Alexandria Inova Hospital in Alexandria, Virginia, of complications from a fall. The Glen Arm resident was 93.
- After a partnership with Set the Captives Free Outreach Center and more than $1 million for design and construction, Baltimore County leaders and officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday to officially open the new Woodlawn Health Center.
- A 35-year-old Baltimore man was found guilty by a Howard County jury of attempted second-degree murder after fleeing from Baltimore County police officers and firing shots at them in Elkridge last year.
- Becca Meyers, a three-time swimming gold medalist, said she was disappointed and angry that U.S. Olympic officials have not found a way to accommodate her after months of requests but said she’s determined to stand up for the rights of future Paralympians.
- Baltimore County Public Library branches in Woodlawn and Rosedale reopened their popular Storyville play spaces on Monday for the first time since the start of the pandemic, featuring new hours, capacity limits and safety procedures.