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.
Baltimore County Leaders Hold Crime Walk In Essex Neighborhood Where Fatal Shooting Took PlaceBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski led a crime walk with public safety and government services leaders through an Essex neighborhood that saw two men killed and one wounded on July 27.
Baltimore County Executive Honors 'Chopped' WinnerBy winning "Chopped" Rohlfing took home a $10,000 prize.
Baltimore County Announces Free Concert Featuring BSO Musicians On July 3The event will be funded by the Baltimore County Government, through a music performance trust fund that will cover the cost of the musicians.
Lutherville Church Celebrates 150 Years Of Sunday ServicesSt. John's United Methodist celebrated the big milestone Sunday with a special celebration service, with pastors and parishioners from the past as well as elected leaders.
Baltimore County Residents Respond To Proposed Tax HikesThe new budget for Baltimore County is drawing criticism following several proposed tax hikes.
Push To Build More High Schools Could Bump Taxes In Baltimore CountyFor every new high school, $9 million is added to the county's operating budget for the next 20 years- which would likely mean a tax increase for Baltimore County, even with help from the state.
Maryland Local Leaders Stand Behind The Fight For $15Mayor Pugh and county executives are on board, encouraging lawmakers to make $15 an hour the state minimum wage.
Olszewski Announces Panelists To Interview New Chief of Police In June 2019After reviewing dozens of applications, County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced Wednesday the names of 12 panelists, including community representatives, who will interview the top 10 candidates to be the next Baltimore County Chief of Police.
Baltimore County Invests Nearly $3.3M On New PD Uniforms, CruisersThe rollout of new vehicles and uniforms will be complete by 2020.
Residents Speak Up At Baltimore County Town HallIn the first town hall of its kind, led by county executive Johnny Olszewski and Councilman David Marks, Baltimore County had the floor.
Local Maryland Officials To Support Prescription Drug BoardMaryland officials are expected to support a proposal to create a state board to review the affordability of prescription drugs.