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  • Kamenetz proposes cuts in Balto. Co. stormwater fees

    Kamenetz proposes cuts in Balto. Co. stormwater fees
    Baltimore County property owners are likely to see their much-maligned stormwater fees cut by one-third under a proposal from County Executive Kevin Kamenetz. While the one-third reduction doesn't amount to much in savings — $13 per year for owners...
  • After 60 years, new reservoir being built for Baltimore and suburbs

    After 60 years, new reservoir being built for Baltimore and suburbs
    For 60 years — since Dwight Eisenhower's first term as president — a new reservoir for the Baltimore area has been on the books. Now, the huge project is finally getting underway. When completed, three covered storage tanks in Fullerton will...
  • Towson needs a thoughtful plan for long-term downtown development

    Towson needs a thoughtful plan for long-term downtown development
    As Baltimore County considers a special zoning district in downtown Towson, I urge leaders to emphasize a smart planning layout for this New Bethesda version of Towson ("Balto. Co. Council OKs study of Towson zoning," Dec. 15). If the Cinemark/Towson...
  • Caves Valley set to open review process for $350 million Towson Row

    Caves Valley set to open review process for $350 million Towson Row
    Towson Row, a $350 million mixed-use project proposed for the heart of Towson's York Road corridor, is scheduled to take its first step Tuesday in Baltimore County's development approval process. The roughly 1 million-square-foot project — a...
  • Towson University president resigns for health reasons

    Towson University president resigns for health reasons
    Towson University President Maravene Loeschke, who had been on leave since August after having been diagnosed with cancer, announced her resignation Thursday. "It is [the] deepest sadness of my life that I find I must resign as president of Towson...
  • Better rules for a better Towson

    Better rules for a better Towson
    What's the difference between Harbor East and Towson? The former has a stunning water view. The latter has $800 million in private development underway without a penny of tax incentives. The Baltimore County seat may not have the reputation for glitz, but...
  • Balto. Co. Council OKs study of Towson zoning

    Without discussion, the Baltimore County Council took the first step Monday toward creating a new zoning category for downtown Towson. The council voted 7-0 to approve a resolution directing the council's planning board to develop recommendations for the...
  • Caret described as transformative, assertive leader

    Caret described as transformative, assertive leader
    When Robert Caret was president of San Jose State University, he was credited with reinvigorating an urban campus mired in racial and community tension, and pushed the Silicon Valley college to embrace the Internet. In the same role at Towson University,...
  • Boosters say growing Towson needs its own development rules

    Boosters say growing Towson needs its own development rules
    With a wave of new high-rise housing and growth in retail, night life and entertainment offerings, Towson is becoming an urban area different than anything Baltimore County has ever seen. The evolution is so dramatic that some boosters contend Towson...
  • Location of Dec. 9 meeting on Towson Circulator has changed

    Location of Dec. 9 meeting on Towson Circulator has changed
    The location of a meeting to discuss recommendations for a Towson Circulator on Dec. 9 at 6 p.m. has been changed. The meeting will take place at the Baltimore Chamber of Commerce at 102 W Pennsylvania Ave. Suite 101, in Towson, instead of the County...
  • Investigators focus on missing Balto. Co. girl's social media use

    Investigators focus on missing Balto. Co. girl's social media use
    Investigators are analyzing the social media activity of a missing 12-year-old girl from the Perry Hall area, saying she has a history of communicating with men online. The search for Jasmine Leighlin Baker intensified Thursday as authorities said...