Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore County Launches COVID-19 Response Fund To Aid Residents, Public Health EffortsBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski launched Baltimore County COVID-19 Response Fund to support efforts to stop the spread of coronavirus in the county.
Coronavirus Latest: All Baltimore County Senior Centers To Close To Public, County Worker Travel SuspendedBaltimore County is taking measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19 after a resident, a man in his 60s tested positive for the coronavirus.
Baltimore County Wins $1.65 Million Grant For Towson CirculatorBaltimore County has won a federal grant award to support the launch of a Towson Circulator pilot.
Despite Drop In Opioid Death Rates, Baltimore County Says More Work RemainsFor the first time in a decade, Maryland experienced a decline in opioid death rates in the first six months of the year.
Divided Baltimore County Council Approves Legislation Banning Housing Discrimination Based On Income SourceThe council voted 4-3 Monday night to approve the Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME) Act, which would prohibit landlords and others from refusing to rent to someone based solely on income.
Baltimore County Announces $300K Grant To Support Cold Case Sexual Assault InvestigationsThe $300,000 grant comes from the Hackerman Foundation.
Baltimore County Increases Smoking Age To 21, In Line With State Law24 percent of Baltimore County high school students use tobacco or vaping products, according to county data.
Debate Sparks Over Funding For Air Conditioning In Some Baltimore County Public SchoolsA debate has heated up over air conditioning in Baltimore County Public Schools between Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski and Gov. Larry Hogan.
Baltimore County Executive Pledges $16M For New School AC, Heating UnitsThe funds will be matched by $13.4 million in state funding from the Healthy School Facility Fund, Olszewski's office said Wednesday.
Workgroup Releases 11 Recommendations For Combating Baltimore County's Opioid EpidemicBaltimore County is considering nearly a dozen recommendations to address the opioid epidemic as the county grapples with the second-highest opioid-related death rate in Maryland.
Baltimore County Public Schools Facing Bus Driver ShortageSchool bus driver shortages are leading to complaints of overcrowding and delays in Baltimore County.
Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Releases Resident Transportation SurveyBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski released Thursday a transportation survey that will allow Baltimore County residents to share information about the transportation challenges they face.
Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Introduces New Funding For Dulaney, Towson High SchoolsBaltimore County students begin the school year in some of the second-oldest buildings in the state, next to Baltimore City.
'The First Day Is About Promise' | Public School Systems In Maryland Celebrate First Day Of New YearHappy first day of school to parents, students and teachers!
Two Maryland Lawmakers To Work For Baltimore County Executive Johnny OlszewskiThe county executive announced Monday that Del. Steve Lafferty and Del. Eric Bromwell are taking posts in his administration.