ROSEDALE, — Baltimore County fire crews reported a HAZMAT chemical spill at a Rosedale business Friday morning.
Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced Tuesday the formation of a Code Enforcement Improvement Work Group to engage in a stakeholder-driven process to identify improvements to the county’s code enforcement program.
PERRY HALL —People, most importantly children, are able to learn and celebrate Black History Month throughout Baltimore County thanks to Baltimore County Public Libraries’ initiatives to educate, entertain and inspire people with their Black History Month events.
ESSEX—Just after 11:30 p.m. on February 14, Baltimore County Police responded to the 100-block of Bennett Road, in Essex for a stabbing.
Slavery, Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass, and Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights movement. Too often Black History Month begins and ends there, with just the biggest stories and biggest names. But black history is American history. It happened, it is happening, all around us.
Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced plans to grow the County’s Summer Youth Employment Program by at least 50 percent, providing job opportunities to a minimum of 300 young people this summer.
ESSEX— The Community College of Baltimore County in co-sponsorship with Baltimore County Public Schools is hosting College Fair 2020 at CCBC Catonsville and CCBC Essex during the month of March.
Following an investigation of illegal hunting and baiting in Patapsco Valley State Park, Maryland Natural Resources Police charged a Glen Burnie man with 17 infractions, including several weapons-related violations.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources aims to expand tree cover on public lands across the state, offering trees for planting on community lands and open space through its Tree-Mendous Maryland program.
Baltimore County Public Libraries are accepting donations of formal attire for “Prom Closet,” a two-day event on the east side and west side of Baltimore County where teens can take dress clothes home for free.
The Baltimore County Police Department issued its first policy governing the public release of footage from body-worn cameras.
Governor Larry Hogan, chairman of the Chesapeake Executive Council, announced his opposition against the Trump administration’s proposed funding cuts to the Chesapeake Bay Program by 91 percent to $7.3 million.
Kenwood took fourth place in the team standings while Bluebird wrestler Daylon Duncan was selected the Outstanding Lightweight wrestler as the weather-delayed Best of the Nest duals tournament was completed on February 1.
DUNDALK — The Office of Music and Dance Education hosted the 2020 Baltimore County Public School (BCPS) Student Choreography Showcase on Feb. 6 at Patapsco High and Center for the Arts to highlight work choreographed and produced by BCPS students.
PARKVILLE — The Baltimore County Progressive Democrats Club (BCPDC) hosted a public forum to discuss women’s and family health in the 2020 elections with physician and author, Dr. Leana Wen on Feb. 5 at the Loch Raven Recreation Center.
ESSEX— Women for Trump Baltimore held their fifth Trump Rally on Saturday, February 8, to show their support for the President and listen to local candidates who are running for congress and city council seats.
PARKVILLE—In response to indications that a convicted sex offender had been enrolled at Parkville High School, Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS) has released a statement in hopes of easing parents’ and community members’ concerns about school safety.
BALTIMORE COUNTY—There are many honorable, local businesses and people throughout our community that have contributed to the overall socio-economic success of Eastern Baltimore County—and some of those businesses and people were rightfully honored last Thursday night at the annual Chesapeake…