Olszewski & Hyatt Look To Shore Up Baltimore County Police With Key HiresWhile touting a year-over-year decrease in violent crime and a clearance rate well above the national average, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski on Monday announced plans to spend more on public safety.
Olszewski: Baltimore County Roads Clear, But 'We Still Urge Caution'Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski says the status of the county's roadways looks good, but he asked residents to be careful if they're heading out on the roads.
Baltimore County Ready For State Fair, BMW Championship Despite State Of Emergency, Executive SaysJust as the state of Maryland surpasses a major milestone of administering 7.5 million COVID-19 vaccinations, the health department reports more than 1,000 new cases for the fourth day in a row. This comes as Baltimore County hosts two major events Saturday, the BMW Championship and the Maryland State Fair.
Baltimore County Council To Vote Tuesday On Oversight Board For Office of Inspector GeneralThe Baltimore County Office of the Inspector General would have an oversight board and updated rules governing the office that would align with the statutes with other jurisdictions, according to legislation Baltimore County Johnny Olszewski Jr. will introduce to the county council Tuesday.
Towson Circulator, Now Called Towson Loop, Set To Provide Free Public TransitBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. Wednesday announced updates for the Towson Circulator, starting with its name - the Towson Loop. The Towson Loop will provide free public transportation to several Towson locations.
Baltimore County Releases Traffic Stop Data DashboardBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski released Friday a new interactive data dashboard displaying detailed information about police traffic stops in Baltimore County.
Baltimore County Releases New Interactive Crime Data Dashboard, Reports Homicides Down 15 Percent Versus 2019A new dashboard allows residents to view the reported crime data for a variety of offenses dating back to 2017.
Baltimore County Commits $3M in Additional Funds For Eviction Prevention During COVID-19 PandemicThe new funding will supplement the previous $1 million to help households at risk of losing their current housing when the moratorium on evictions is lifted.
Coronavirus Resources: Baltimore County Commits $10M To Support Small Businesses, Launches Contact Tracing Training ProgramThe county is setting aside $10 million in new grant funding for small businesses and offering $100,000 in grants to assist professional artists, musicians and performers.
Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Releases New FY21 Budget Amid Economic Concerns Caused By COVID-19 PandemicA newly submitted Fiscal Year 2021 budget for Baltimore County is set to prioritize education, neighborhood safety and keep government services in tact, for $3.9 billion.
Coronavirus Resources: Baltimore County Issues Immediate Hiring Freeze For All Non-Essential WorkersHe said recent projects find local revenues will decline by tens of millions of dollars compared to where the county thought they would be a month ago, and must start acting now.
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.