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  • By NICOLE RODMAN nrodman@chespub.com
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S. Dallas Dance, former superintendent of Baltimore County Public Schools, pleaded guilty to perjury charges during an appearance in court on March 8.

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  • By Charlene Mayo cmayo@chespub.com
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Last week, the Sixth District legislators, state Sen. Johnny Ray Salling and Dels. Robin Grammer, Ric Metzgar and Bob Long (all R-6), came together at North Point Library to discuss the new bills they plan on presenting during the 2018 General Assembly session in Annapolis.

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  • By Gianna DeCarlo gdecarlo@chespub.com
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Education was the focus during a bipartisan debate between four of the Baltimore County executive candidates held at CCBC Catonsville last week.

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If you are looking for a cool environment with access to water and bathrooms, then Baltimore County has several “cooling centers” available where you can get relief from the heat.

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  • By: Gianna DeCarlo gdecarlo@chespub.com
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On Thursday, June 15, Comptroller Peter Franchot spent the day in Baltimore County to honor four small businesses he said are assets to the community that represent the hard work and passion of local employers.

  • By NICOLE RODMAN nrodman@chespub.com
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Verletta White, chief academic officer of Baltimore County Public Schools, has been appointed interim superintendent of Baltimore County Public Schools.

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The Baltimore County Police Department needs men and women to serve as school crossing guards. There is an increase in the demand throughout the entire county, but due to road development and traffic concerns, the need is especially great in the central sections of Baltimore County. If you h…

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The Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA) will offer two weeks of free transit rides from Sunday, June 18, through Friday, June 30, as part of the official launch of BaltimoreLink. Free rides will be offered on local bus, express bus, light rail and…

  • By Kimberly Cuthrell Chief Bureau of Behavioral Health
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As sure as spring brings May flowers, it also brings a flurry of activity as teens prepare for prom night and graduation celebrations. Parents share the excitement, but also worry about the safety of their children. In the adolescent mind, planning an unforgettable prom night or memorable gr…

  • By Mia McCaslin mmccaslin@chespub.com
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Del. Bob Long (R-6) has attended the law signing of two bills that he introduced in the most recent session of the Maryland General Assembly: HB 1253, which allows for the disposal of abandoned sunken vessels; and HB 1323, which provides a five-year tax credit for homeowners who revitalize d…