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  • Loch Raven school construction questioned by planning board, comptroller

    Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Dallas Dance faced questions last week from the Baltimore County Planning Board and Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot regarding the controversial central area elementary school construction plan. "The...
  • Developer eyes outlet mall along I-95 in White Marsh

    Developer eyes outlet mall along I-95 in White Marsh
    A Baltimore-based developer is seeking to build an outlet mall with more than 100 stores in White Marsh — just across Interstate 95 from White Marsh Mall and The Avenue at White Marsh. Paragon Outlet Partners wants Baltimore County officials to...
  • Children offer input for design of Angel Park project in Perry Hall

    Children offer input for design of Angel Park project in Perry Hall
    Dahmon Johnson, a fourth-grader at Perry Hall Elementary School, wants his community's new playground to have a giant dinosaur sculpture that kids can climb on. Clover Brown, a kindergarten student at the school, made a colorful drawing of what he'd...
  • Dance assures that Loch Raven Elementary will not be demolished

    Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Dallas Dance has offered his assurances that the Loch Raven Elementary School will not be demolished. Dance wrote in response to an April 30 letter from County Councilman David Marks and members of the...
  • Scenic byway, unsightly signage [Letter]

    Congratulations to Baltimore County Council members David Marks and Vicki Almond, who have introduced a bill to ban certain electronic signs along portions of Charles Street in Towson ("Bill would ban electronic changeable signage in areas of Towson,"...
  • Local Patch editors among those to lose jobs

    Local Patch editors among those to lose jobs
    The editors of many local Patch websites were among a large number of employees reportedly laid off by the news company Wednesday, under a national "restructuring" by its new owner. Investment holding company Hale Global agreed to assume majority...
  • Kamenetz wants to ban cellphone kiosks, regulate electronics sales

    Kamenetz wants to ban cellphone kiosks, regulate electronics sales
    Stores that buy used cellphones in Baltimore County would be regulated like pawnshops and automated cellphone-purchasing kiosks would be banned altogether under legislation unveiled Thursday by Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz. Kamenetz said...
  • Baltimore Colts once called Towson's Campus Hills home

    Baltimore Colts once called Towson's Campus Hills home
    Rarely is a team, or its city, connected to one seminal moment in the way the Baltimore Colts are connected in so many minds with the 1958 NFL Championship game at the New York Giants, known as the "Greatest Game Ever Played." On the cusp of Super...
  • Council members question plan to lease tract to Towson Row developer

    Council members question plan to lease tract to Towson Row developer
    County Executive Kevin Kamenetz's administration is asking the County Council to lease a desirable piece of downtown Towson real estate to a high-profile developer without a bid process, drawing questions from some council members and from a businessman...
  • Balto. Co. Council approves bill to increase animal cruelty fines

    Balto. Co. Council approves bill to increase animal cruelty fines
    Fines for animal cruelty in Baltimore County will increase under a bill approved by the County Council on Monday. The penalties for first offenses will rise from $100 to $250 per day for each occurrence of animal cruelty. Initially, the legislation...
  • County Council considers bill regulating food trucks

    Legislation that clarifies Baltimore County's food truck regulations was introduced to the Baltimore County Council Monday night, and if passed, would allow the popular mobile vendors to continue to cater to the downtown Towson business crowd. "Food...