A new animal services facility is coming to Baltimore County. The $5 million project will be built on the 14 acres of land where the current facility is located.
New bragging rights for 19 Baltimore County communities.
Tempers flare at the site of a Baltimore County park–set to become a new school. The county executive fires back at opponents of the school construction.
No court date set yet for the Baltimore County councilman arrested for driving under the influence and allegedly trying to get special treatment.
The campaign committee of Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz plans to keep a donation from a developer charged with making straw contributions to a county councilman and exceeding contribution limits.
Maryland lawmakers are calling for strengthened gun laws in wake of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., where a 20-year-old gunman killed 20 children and six adults last week.
A plan to sell land in Baltimore County is coming under fire by residents. Now they’re asking the Baltimore County executive to reconsider his plans to relocate several sites.
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz declared a State of Emergency in the county responding to Hurricane Sandy.
A total of 31 officers are getting promoted and assuming new ranks within the Baltimore County Police Department.
The Baltimore County Council is closer to adopting what some members are calling a “very bare-bones budget.”
Baltimore County has given citizens the ability to report certain minor crimes online. This system will allow people to get crime reports much more quickly – and will free officers to handle more serious incidents.
The celebration of all things Ravens continues.