Baltimore Co. Schools Employee Working With Food Distribution Program Tests Positive For CoronavirusA Baltimore County Public Schools employee who works with the food distribution program has tested positive for COVID-19, officials said Wednesday.
George Gaydosh Killed In Sparrows Point Crash, Police SayA 51-year-old man was killed in a single-vehicle crash in Baltimore County Tuesday night, county police said.
Former Ravens WR Jacoby Jones Hired As A Calvert Hall College Football CoachA former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver will be joining the coaching staff at Calvert Hall College in Towson.
'We're All In This Together' | Police Departments Across Maryland Hold 'National Night Out' EventsBaltimore County police officers and neighbors came together Tuesday for National Night Out.
Baltimore County Executive Introduces Legislation That Would Ensure Workers Hired For County-Funded Projects Get A Fair WageBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski introduced legislation Monday night that would ensure competitive and fair wages for any workers hired on county-funded projects.
Baltimore County Council Passes Police Reform Bill Banning ChokeholdsIn the wake of nationwide calls for police reform following the deaths of George Floyd and others, the Baltimore County Council passed a bill Monday night banning the use of chokeholds and making other changes to policing.
22-Year-Old Minway McAllister Missing Since August, Had Been Staying In Owings Mills From Out-Of-State, Police SayBaltimore County Police are searching for a 22-year-old woman who has been missing since the end of August.
Bryan Thompson Killed In Motorcycle Crash On I-695 In Baltimore CountyMaryland State Police are investigating a crash that left one man dead in Baltimore County on I-695 Sunday.
Man Injured In Saturday Overnight Shooting In Rosedale, Baltimore County Police SayPolice in Baltimore County are investigating after a man was injured in an overnight shooting in Rosedale.
Circuit Courts Across Maryland To Resume Full Operation With COVID-19 Safety Measures In PlaceAfter nearly seven months, circuit courts across Maryland are set to resume full operation with a number of changes in place due to the coronavirus.
Maryland State Police Seek Assistance In Investigating Several Fatal Hit-And-Run CrashesMaryland State Police are asking for the public’s assistance in investigating several fatal hit-and-run crashes that have been reported across the state over the past eight months.
Carroll County Faces Teacher Shortage As Hundreds Request Leave, While Schools In Baltimore City Lay Off More Than 400 Amid Financial CrunchThe president of the Carroll County teachers union says educators remain concerned about their safety—with many scheduled to return to the classroom Monday and some students coming back for in-person instruction two weeks later.
MDOT MTA Walks Back Planned Service Cuts To Bus Service Due To Coronavirus-Related Budget WoesThe Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration has walked back plans to cut MARC train and bus service following backlash from residents and local leaders.
CJ's Crabhouse And Grill To Close After More Than 40 Years Due To Coronavirus PandemicCJ's Crabhouse and Grill in Owings Mills is shutting down after 43 years due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Baltimore County High Schools Will Need $1.2B In Capital Improvements Over Next 7 Years, Report FindsBaltimore County's public high schools will likely need $1.2 billion in capital improvements over a seven-year period, an initial report analyzing the school system's infrastructure needs found.