Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Asking Property Owners To Plant Trees In Effort To Reduce Greenhouse Gases, Increase Tree CanopyIn an effort to reduce greenhouse gases and increase Baltimore County's tree canopy, county executive Johnny Olszewski is calling on property owners to plant more trees.
Baltimore County Launches New Redesigned WebsiteBaltimore County launched its new redesigned website Thursday.
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 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.
Baltimore County Launches Interactive Policing Data DashboardThere's a new tool to help the public see records on police interactions in Baltimore County.
'This Is About Empowerment': Baltimore County Leaders Encourage Residents To Fill Out 2020 CensusBaltimore County representatives and community members went door to door Saturday to encourage people to fill out the 2020 Census.
Vince's Crabhouse Owners Officially File Lawsuit Against Baltimore County Executive Johnny OlszewskiVince's Crabhouse is officially suing Baltimore County and County Executive Johnny Olszewski for $400,000.
Vince's Crabhouse Owners Accuse County Leaders Of Telling Officers To 'Stand Down' As They Face ProtestsA lawsuit has been filed on behalf of a local crabhouse that's been at the center of a racial controversy.
Lawsuit Filed Against Baltimore County Executive Over Protests At Vince's CrabhouseA lawsuit has been filed on behalf of a Baltimore County restaurant that saw several days of protests following a racist comment the owner made on social media.
As Lawmakers Discuss Police Reform, Advocates Hope George Floyd's Death Will Lead To Lasting ChangeAs protestors cry out for change, the NAACP and National Urban League say police reform is needed now more than ever.
Baltimore County To Allow Retail Businesses To Open At 50 Percent Capacity, Allow For Outdoor DiningBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced Thursday that the County is aligning its reopening process with the State's current guidelines.
Mayor Young, Baltimore Co. Executive Olszewski Say Community-Based Approach Is 'Necessary' In Phase One Of Reopening ProcessBaltimore Mayor Jack Young and Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski issued a joint statement Wednesday in response to Gov. Larry Hogan's decision to lift the state's stay-at-home order on Friday.
Baltimore City, County Announce Halt To Water Shut-Offs During State Of EmergencyThe joint orders come amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore Co. Executive Johnny Olszewski Declares Local State Of EmergencyBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski declared Friday a local state of emergency and released additional information and guidance to expand the county's coordinated response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Johnny Olszewski Announces Legislation To Stop Housing Discrimination Against Low-Income RentersBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced legislation Friday that hopes to stop housing discrimination.