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  • No tax break likely for neighbors of White Marsh landfill

    No tax break likely for neighbors of White Marsh landfill
    Homeowners in a White Marsh neighborhood in Baltimore County scored a victory in the General Assembly when lawmakers passed a bill allowing them a tax break because they live so close to the Eastern Sanitary Landfill.
  • Baltimore County nixes Loch Raven school property as salt dome site

    Baltimore County nixes Loch Raven school property as salt dome site
    After Loch Raven Village residents mobilized a campaign opposing plans to put a road salt storage dome at a neighborhood school, Baltimore County officials have backed away from the proposal. Dozens of Loch Raven Village residents dressed in red...

    Are Balto. Co. residents lovin' it?

    Are Balto. Co. residents lovin' it?
    By most measures, McDonald's has been a fantastically successful company, particularly at providing inexpensive burgers and French fries quickly to its patrons. In 1955, the U.S. fast-food chain sold hamburgers for 15 cents each. Today, a cheeseburger...

    Baltimore Co. budget grows 4.7% as Kamenetz unveils $1.9 billion plan

    Baltimore Co. budget grows 4.7% as Kamenetz unveils $1.9 billion plan
    Baltimore County residents would see no increase in property or income tax rates under a $1.9 billion budget proposed Tuesday by County Executive Kevin Kamenetz. The spending plan includes negotiated pay raises for county employees and public school...

    Baltimore County water and sewer bills to increase by 15 percent

    Baltimore County water and sewer bills to increase by 15 percent
    Baltimore County is raising water and sewer rates by 15 percent, a move that officials say is needed to repair the region's aging infrastructure but has sparked complaints from residents and politicians. Under the increases ordered by County Executive...