The Baltimore County Council passed what was described as a "housekeeping" bill April 2. Council members did not know at the time that the bill could negate a lawsuit against County Executive Kevin Kamenetz.
Towson High advocate group "New in '22" met with county officials in March to discuss the process for taking the school off the historic landmark list, making it easier to renovate and expand the building.
Got rats? The county's rat eradication program will expand to three Towson neighborhoods in July. Officials say the program is succeeding in controlling rodent infestations in the 13 original neighborhoods targeted with the pilot program.
Nearly five years after Baltimore County Police Officer Jason Schneider was killed in the line of duty, his widow is in a dispute with county officials over whether she should receive his annual pension.
Baltimore County Councilman David Marks has nominated Margaret Willis King for appointment to the Baltimore County Human Relations Commission. The Human Relations Commission is charged with enforcing anti-discrimination laws under Title 29 of the Baltimore County Code.
The Chesapeake Bay Trust will pitch in $115,000 toward studying improvements desired by Towson’s Knollwood-Donnybrook Improvement Association along Herring Run, a 31-square-mile watershed with headwaters in eastern Towson.
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz is proposing to give more than $40 million in financial assistance to the developers behind the massive and long-stalled Towson Row project in downtown Towson.
Baltimore County's Department of Public Works will host a public hearing on adding residential permit parking in Wiltondale. Residents have asked the county to study adding permit parking in the neighborhood they say is full of Towson University students and not residents.
The residents of communities affected by a Baltimore County law aimed at curbing disruptive, off-campus parties in Towson neighborhoods, mainly near Towson University, welcomed the County Council’s recent vote to widen the ordinance’s reach.
The Towson Chamber of Commerce's annual Winterfest celebration begins this Black Friday, Nov. 24, and runs through the weekend before Christmas as a way to draw visitors to downtown Towson. The monthlong celebration will feature Baltimore's tree lighting on Dec. 1 and Fire & Ice Night Dec. 8.
Former President Bill Clinton visited Dundalk's Turner Station community Monday to celebrate the installation of playground signs that encourage parents and caregivers to talk with young children to build their vocabulary.