Towson University Police Union Says They Don't Feel Supported By The University Following Campus ShootingThe Towson University Police Union is sounding off on the university's response to Saturday's shooting during an unsanctioned event on campus that resulted in the suspension of a veteran officer.
Suspended Towson University Officer 'A Scapegoat' For Failed Leadership In Triple Shooting On Campus, Police Union SaysSchatzel announced the suspension of a veteran officer pending an investigation into whether they followed established procedures in the incident.
19-Year-Old Suspect Arrested In Connection To Towson University Shooting Identified As Samuel NnamPolice announced that they have arrested a suspect in connection to the shooting at Towson University.
Towson University Officer Suspended After Triple Shooting On Campus, Student Released From HospitalTowson University said in a statement Tuesday that a veteran officer of the university's Office of Public Safety is on a paid suspension after a triple shooting at a large, unpermitted party at the heart of campus over the weekend.
Baltimore County Public Library Begins Expanded Hours TuesdayFor those who prefer to use remote library services, curbside service is still available.
Driver Killed In Crash Saturday Evening In TowsonBaltimore County Police say a the driver of a Nissan Sentra was killed following a single vehicle crash on Charles Street Saturday evening.
Several People Shot On The Campus Of Towson UniversityBaltimore County Police say three people were shot overnight at Towson University where a group of individuals had gathered at the center of campus in Freedom Square.
Application Process For 2022-2023 Magnet Programs Begins On Sept. 14On Tuesday, Sept.14, the application process for Baltimore County Public Schools's magnet programs will begin.
Free Forest School Helps Baltimore County Kids Unplug, Learn About NatureHere at Cromwell Valley Park, kids in the Free Forest School are putting down the cell phones to answer Mother Nature's call.
20-Year-Old Convicted Of Armed Robbery & Carjacking Charges In 2019 Crime SpreeA 20-year-old man has been convicted for his role in a Baltimore County crime spree dating back to November 2019, the Baltimore County State's Attorney's Office announced Friday.
University of Maryland Medical System Pledges $1.2M To Ease Food InsecurityThe University of Maryland Medical System is committing $1.2 million to address food insecurity issues in communities across the state that are served by the organization's 13 hospitals, according to a hospital statement.
Marylanders Ready To Make Up For Lost Time With 4th Of July FestivitiesIt's the first holiday in a year and a half without major coronavirus restrictions, and central Maryland is gearing up for big celebrations.
A Clean Slate: Baltimore County Public Libraries Adopts Fine-Free Model, Eliminates Outstanding BalancesBaltimore County Public Libraries announced Thursday that they are discontinuing extended loan fees, or late fees, and they are eliminating outstanding balances on cardholder's accounts.
Family Of Korryn Gaines Joined By Rev. Al Sharpton On Wednesday For Hearing, Calls For Justice In The CaseReverend Al Sharpton is joining labor unions and community leaders to demonstrate Wednesday at a scheduled hearing in the case of Korryn Gaines, a 23-year-old woman who was fatally shot by a Baltimore County Officer.
'Do It For The Gram' New Business Opens At Towson Town Center Designed For Content CreatorsA new business named "The Spotlight" has opened in Towson Town Center and is designed specifically for content creators.