The proposed Towson "Bike Beltway" received support from one of its main components Thursday when Towson University president Maravene Loeschke sent a letter of support for the project to the Maryland Department of Transportation.
Stoneleigh Elementary school was selected for the next round of speed cameras in Baltimore County, but the school will be under construction next year and its students will be holding class at the old Carver Center building.
Dozens of Cromwell Valley Elementary School parents lobbied the board on Tuesday to reinstate priority placement policies that gave preference in lottery enrollment to kindergarten candidates for elementary magnet schools.
Dumbarton Middle School PTSA President Cheri Bond Pegues on Monday announced the formation of Dumbarton United, an organization dedicated to securing funding for air conditioning at the 56-year-old schoolhouse.
After many Towson neighborhoods endured an extended period without power following a severe storm for the second time in a year, 5th District Councilman David Marks said Monday that his office and BGE had agreed to host a community meeting to address concerns specific to the area.
Nearby property owners are asking the Baltimore County Council to protect the land of the former Chestnut Ridge Country Club, worried that a developer will damage the environment and clog local roads by building homes there.
The Towson Fourth of July Parade will kick off next Wednesday, July 4, at 10:30 a.m. on Bosley Avenue at Towsontown Boulevard, with more than 100 units, military units, the Ravens Marching Band, residents from Rodgers Forge and a wave of soap bubbles.
The Anneslie Community Association, which recently secured a place for the neighborhood on the National Register of Historic Places, will receive $500 for historic markers throughout their neighborhood.
One by one, 43 times the bell chimed and echoed across Patriot Plaza in Towson on Sunday, as the Baltimore County Fire Service hosted its annual Ceremony of Remembrance at the county's fire service monument along Pennsylvania Avenue.
I would like to thank Councilman David Marks, the Greater Towson Council of Community Associations, the West Towson Community Association, Nancy Hafford and Scott Jenkins for their assistance in stopping the proposed increase in density at The Colony at Kenilworth.