DUNDALK — Students from Eastern Technical High School, Kenwood High School and Parkville High School participated in the second annual Educators Rising Conference.
WHITE MARSH — Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski joined The Fuel Fund of Maryland on Jan. 10 to help showcase Operation HON – Heat on Now – Ice House Experience fundraiser hosted by THE AVENUE at White Marsh.
ESSEX— Eastern Tech high school’s robotics team, Technical Difficulties, has not only acquired an impressive amount of awards this season but are reaping the benefits of learning new skills they have gained by building and operating their own robot.
Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski, Jr. delivered remarks about the county’s 2020 legislative agenda in Annapolis on Jan. 7.
ROSEDALE — Blessings and prayers filled Kiddie Health Pediatrics as the owners held a grand opening event for an expansion to the clinic.
WHITE MARSH— The holidays may be over but the White Marsh Police Department continued to spread cheer throughout the community last week by donating around 160 pounds of food to The Community Assistance Network (CAN).
I hope all our readers had a wonderful holiday season and new year! This was my first new years in Maryland and my fiance and I, along with our little puppy Twiddle, decided to take advantage of the state’s First Day Hike event!
WHITE MARSH—Frank Wilcox, 35, has been charged with third-degree burglary and second-degree assault. Wilcox is a 17-year veteran of the Baltimore County Police Department. His most recent assignment was at the White Marsh Precinct.
ESSEX—Two children have died and another child and adult have life threatening injures after being struck by a car on Eastern Blvd. Monday afternoon.
Kids is Safety Seats (KISS), a state-wide program that aims to reduce injuries and death among Maryland’s children by helping people to obtain and use car seats and booster seats correctly released stats that show fewer kids have been injured or killed in car crashes throughout the state.
BALTIMORE COUNTY—County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced that the County has recently completed six large-scale stream restoration projects in four severely compromised waterways in order to address erosion, reduce pollutant and sediment loads, and improve water quality and aquatic habit…
BALTIMORE COUNTY—A group of 25 prominent advocacy and community organizations delivered a letter to Governor Larry Hogan and the Maryland Department of Environment calling for a drastic improvement to the state’s draft climate plan.
ANNAPOLIS – The Governor’s Coordinating Offices - seven formerly independent offices consolidated by Governor Larry Hogan into one unified organization using a shared services business model to reduce costs and connect Marylanders with needed resources statewide - released their 2019 Impact …
2019 was full of fantastic, local news that showcased the many different aspects of the community— and it brought a new editor to the Avenue News! In a two part series, we will look back at all that happened throughout 2019 and gear up for a new year and a new decade.
It is with deep regret that the Baltimore County Police Department announces the sudden passing of the newest member of our K9 Unit, K9 Rae. Rae passed away last night from an unexpected medical condition.
Just before 11:00 a.m. on December 25, 2019, Baltimore County Police were called to a home located in the 7900-block of Tilmont Avenue, 21234, for a disturbance.
WHITE MARSH—At 4:45 p.m. on December 24, 2019, Baltimore County Police responded to the on-ramp of White Marsh Boulevard from the northbound lane of Belair Road, 21236, for a motorcycle crash.
BALTIMORE COUNTY—The "Take A Leap" Baltimore County Dance Celebration takes to the stage January 3 through February 29, 2020. The celebration, now in its seventh year, features national and regional professional performers, master classes with guest artists, and showcases of local student da…
WHITE MARSH — Plant-based foods advocate Robin Coarts hosted a Plant-Based Eating and Food Prep: Holiday Survival session on Thursday to help people implement a survival plan for sticking to healthy eating during the holidays.
BALTIMORE — Female students from all over Baltimore County were invited to attend the third annual Leadership Summit for Young Women last Wednesday at Notre Dame of Maryland University.