'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. 
Baltimore Co. Department Of Public Works Announces Plans For New Roundabout Near Cromwell Valley ElementaryThe Baltimore County Department of Public Works and Transportation announced plans to construct a new roundabout in Towson near Cromwell Valley Elementary. 
Towson Woman Charged After Entering Store With Stolen ShotgunBaltimore County Police said a 30-year-old woman from Towson is facing weapons charges after entering a store armed with a stolen shotgun Friday. 
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.
Jewish Group Appeals After Losing Chabad House LawsuitA Jewish organization is filing an appeal after a federal judge in Baltimore dismissed the group's religious-discrimination lawsuit over an expansion of its property in Towson.
New Plasma Donation Center Opens In TowsonBioLife Plasma Services opened a new plasma donation center in Towson Saturday. It's the third in Maryland and part of the company's expansion to support what they say is an urgent patient need for plasma. 
Towson Resident, Healthcare Worker Bryan Schlein Claims $40,000 VaxCash PrizeA Towson University healthcare worker and Towson resident won the June 5 drawing for $40,000 in Maryland's $2 million VaxCash promotion.
52-Year-Old Tammie Ellis Reported Missing From Towson Area SundayBaltimore County Police are searching for a missing 52-year-old woman.
Towson University, UM St. Joseph Medical Center Partner For Vaccine ClinicTowson University is partnering with the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center to offer free vaccine appointments specifically for the Towson University family.
12 Films From 9 Baltimore County Schools Honored In Film ExpoIn its sixth year, the Baltimore County Public Schools Film Expo honored 12 films from nine schools, which were among 130 entries from 24 schools.
2.9M Marylanders Now Fully Vaccinated As Push Continues To Reach Those HesitantMore than 2.9 million Marylanders are now fully vaccinated, but the work continues to reach those who are still hesitant. Greater Baltimore Medical Center gave out Covid-19 shots, no appointment necessary, at its new Advanced Primary Care Practice Saturday.
125 Years Of Tradition: Towson Will Celebrate Soldiers & First Responders At Annual Fourth Of July ParadeThe Towson community will celebrate 125 years of tradition at their annual Fourth of July parade on July 3. 
Towson Woman First To Claim $40,000 Vaccine Lottery PrizeTowson woman Deidre Poore Egan is the first to claim $40,000 in Maryland's VaxCash vaccine sweepstakes. She won the third drawing on May 27. 
Baltimore County Accepting Submissions For Memorial To COVID-19 Victims At Lake Roland ParkBaltimore County and the Baltimore County Public Arts Guild is taking applications for a public art memorial to remember the lives lost to COVID-19. 
Gov. Larry Hogan Posthumously Pardons 1885 Teen Lynching Victim Howard Cooper, 34 Others In MarylandIt's been more than 135 years since 15-year-old Howard Cooper was lynched. Now a plaque marks the spot he was hanged, an acknowledgment of a scar on Maryland's past.