The proposed 700-seat elementary school in Mays Chapel is being billed as a long-term solution to the York Road corridor's overcrowding issues, but still faces opposition from the neighborhood that would house it and the area's councilman, Todd Huff.
A committee formed by County Councilman David Marks that was designed to explore development possibilities for the Towson Triangle—located between York Road, West Towsontown Boulevard, and West Burke Avenue—held its first meeting Tuesday night
One of the nation's largest movie theater companies will anchor the Towson Circle III development, becoming the first announced tenant of a delayed project officials hope will spur revitalization in the heart of the Baltimore County.
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz told the Planning Board in his capital budget introduction on Thursday afternoon that the requested budget includes "full county funding" of a 200-seat addition to Stoneleigh Elementary School, as well as a new 700-seat elementary school to serve the York Road corridor.
Maravene Loeschke, the new president of Towson University, brings a lifetime of memories of her alma mater and hometown into her new role, and will use them to advance both the university and its surrounding communities.
If the Baltimore County Council approves a new contract expanding the county's traffic camera program at its meeting on Jan. 17, it will do so without the support of Towson-area councilman David Marks.
When Baltimore County Council members hold their first meeting of 2012 on Tuesday, they're scheduled to pick their leader for the year — and for the first time in nearly three decades, it's set to be a woman.
Baltimore County Police Chief Jim Johnson held a press conference Tuesday afternoon to update the investigation into Monday's homicide at the Towson Town mall and to ensure citizens of their safety as the holidays approach.
The annual GTCCA holiday celebration turned into a touching tribute for Loni Ingraham, a Towson mainstay who is retiring at the week's end after more than 24 years of service as a reporter for the Towson Times and Patuxent Publishing Company
In 2000, when developer Leo D'Aleo transformed the historic, but dilapidated, Aigburth Vale mansion at 212 Aigburth Road, in Towson, into 70 apartments for senior citizens, his $5.5 million-plus project left a few loose ends: four outbuildings on the Aigburth Road side of the property that were in various states of disrepair.
After suggestions from residents, community groups, businesses and county planners, County Council members recently closed the door on proposals for zoning changes and reviews in Baltimore County by making their own requests as part of the county's Comprehensive Zoning Map Process..