With the first major winter storm in two years approaching the Baltimore area, Baltimore County officials said Monday evening they will be providing updates on the storm¿s progress and their response on the county website and social media accounts.
A Catonsville community association last week appealed a Baltimore County administrative judge's decision to approve developer Steve Whalen's plans for a medical office building, pointing to the developer's recent conviction in a campaign finance case.
Over 12 miles of roads in Towson, including large portions of West Towson, Rodgers Forge, and Towson Manor Village, will be resurfaced before the end of 2014, Councilman David Marks announced this week.
Councilman David Marks, who represents the 5th District including Towson and introduced the bill, said Wednesday that Bill 11-13 principally corrects an unintended consequence from last year's Comprehensive Zoning Map Process.
Meg O'Hare, president of the Carney Improvement Association, opposed the building of a CVS Pharmacy at Harford and Joppa roads, but changed her mind after discussions with County Councilman David Marks
A Baltimore County administrative law judge has approved developer Steve Whalen's proposal for a medical office project in Catonsville, a month after the developer pleaded guilty to illegal campaign contributions to county politicians.
In the face of a groundswell to remove what some community members allege is extravagant signage advertising Towson's bail bondsmen, Councilman David Marks said Thursday that he was considering legislation to ban the signage.
As he announced a trio of new restaurants and a VIP element for the 15-screen movie theater planned for the Towson Square project, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz on Tuesday described the $85 million development as key in the quest to make the county seat a true destination spot.
A trio of high-end international restaurants — Nando's Peri-Peri, La Tagliatella, and On the Border Mexican Grill & Cantina — were announced Tuesday as the first set of restaurant tenants for Towson Square, the $85 million entertainment-based Cordish Cos. and Heritage Properties development in downtown Towson.
At a Baltimore County Board of Education meeting last month, the board sent a contract granting BGE a small land easement at Towson High School back to the administration in hopes of convincing the utility company to provide compensation. On Tuesday night, the board relented and voted to grant the easement — though the school system will not be paid for use of the land.
A group led by Caves Valley Partners, the Towson-based development company behind the renovation of the Towson City Center building, has purchased swath of land between West Susquehanna Avenue, Washington Avenue, and West Chesapeake Avenue in downtown Towson.
A Catonsville developer pleaded guilty today in Baltimore County Circuit Court to five counts of election law violations on allegations that he illegally funneled money to a county councilman's campaign and exceeded political contribution limits.
Perry Hall High Principal George Roberts, who was named the 5th District Citizen of the Year by David Marks, received support from his Towson neighbors and the Perry Hall community after the shooting at his school in late August.
Councilman David Marks introduced a bill on Dec. 17 that would alter the county's parking code relating to athletic and fitness centers and health spas — and did so with an eye toward bringing a tenant into one of Towson's largest vacant buildings.
County Executive Kevin Kamenetz's campaign committee does not plan to return a $4,000 donation from a Catonsville developer who was charged Thursday with contributing more than he was allowed to in an election cycle, its treasurer said.
Baltimore County Police officers in downtown Towson were able to quickly identify Francis Minsung Kang, the man who allegedly fired five shots into a crowd after a Sunday morning fight in front of Charles Village Pub & Patio, according to court documents released Monday.