Only 14 Staffed ICU Beds Available In Baltimore County, Olszewski SaysBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski said Monday that there are only 14 staffed ICU beds currently available in Baltimore County.
Olszewski To Host 2nd Community Meeting Soliciting Proposals For Baltimore County's American Rescue Plan FundsBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. will host a virtual public meeting Monday evening to discuss how the county should spend its American Rescue Plan funding.
Dozens Of Baltimore County School Bus Drivers Call In SickSeventy-seven Baltimore County school bus drivers called in sick Monday, forcing drivers who did work to cover double the normal number of routes.
Baltimore County To Host Town Hall Wednesday On ARPA Funding SpendingThe meeting is open to county residents looking to share feedback on where the money should go and what services should be prioritized.
Baltimore County Releases New Opioid Overdose Data DashboardBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski released a new data dashboard to display detailed information about opioid overdose, both fatal and nonfatal, in the county.  
Baltimore County Introduces Initiative To Help Lower Stray Cat PopulationsBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski introduced the Joy Freedman Care for Cats Act, which is aimed to help deal with the stray cat population humanely.
Towson University Celebrates Ribbon Cutting For New StarTUp Accelerator ProgramTowson University President Dr. Kim Schatzel and Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski is launching Towson University’s StarTUp at the renovated Towson Armory.
Baltimore County To Require Masks In Public BuildingsAll people in Baltimore County offices and facilities will be required to wear masks effective Friday, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced Thursday.
Town Hall Seeks Ideas For Bridging Digital DivideBefore going to bed at night, Denise Parker likes to check and make sure her telephone is working. She picks up the landline in her Randallstown home that she’d lived in for over 20 years and listens for a dial tone.
Baltimore County Joins State In Lifting COVID-19 RestrictionsBaltimore County will join the State of Maryland in lifting all COVID-19 capacity restrictions on indoor and outdoor venues and dining beginning Saturday, May 15.
Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Releases $4.2B Budget For FY22, Prioritizes Education And COVID-19 RecoveryBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski released a $4.2 billion budget for fiscal year 2022, prioritizing education and the county's coronavirus recovery.