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  • Baltimore County's downtown

    Baltimore County's downtown
    To those whose impression of Towson is stuck in its days as the capital of white belts and white shoes, the idea that it could be to Baltimore what Bethesda is to Washington probably sounds hilarious. But the announcement Wednesday that developers plan...
  • Whalen scheduled for court date on charges of illegal campaign contributions

    Whalen scheduled for court date on charges of illegal campaign contributions
    Catonsville-based developer Steve W. Whalen Jr. is scheduled to be in Baltimore County Circuit Court on Thursday morning to face charges that he channeled $7,500 in illegal contributions to a Baltimore County councilman, and also exceeded the total...
  • Catonsville developer pleads guilty to illegal campaign contributions

    Catonsville developer pleads guilty to illegal campaign contributions
    Catonsville developer Steve W. Whalen Jr. pleaded guilty Thursday in Baltimore County Circuit Court to five counts of election-law violations for illegally funneling money to a county councilman's campaign and exceeding political contribution limits....
  • Balto. Co. picks new location for Towson fire station

    Balto. Co. picks new location for Towson fire station
    Baltimore County officials said Monday they no longer intend to relocate a fire station to Towson Manor Park, a plan the community had fought. County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced the county now plans to build the new Towson fire station at the...
  • Transforming Towson into a regional destination

    Transforming Towson into a regional destination
    Officials announced on Tuesday a trio of new restaurants and a VIP section for the 15-screen movie theater planned for the Towson Square project — an $85 million development seen as a key element in attracting more shoppers and visitors to the...
  • Balto. Co. Council approves retirement bill fought by unions

    Balto. Co. Council approves retirement bill fought by unions
    Ignoring pleas from union leaders and the county's Annapolis delegation, the Baltimore County Council approved a bill Tuesday changing how county employees can appeal decisions about retirement benefits. The council voted 6-1 in favor of the bill,...
  • Community group files appeal against Whalen's medical office project

    Community group files appeal against Whalen's medical office project
    A Catonsville community association is appealing Baltimore County's approval of plans for a new medical office building, saying the developer's recent conviction in a campaign finance case invalidates the entire review process. In documents filed last...
  • Traffic calming coming to Seven Courts Drive in Perry Hall

     Traffic calming coming to Seven Courts Drive in Perry Hall
    A stretch of Seven Courts Drive in Perry Hall where a local resident was killed in 2012 will be reconstructed this spring an effort to slow traffic and improve safety. County Councilman David Marks, whose 5th District includes Perry Hall, announced...
  • Towson law firm plans challenge to Recher liquor license renewal

    Towson law firm plans challenge to Recher liquor license renewal
    A Towson law firm plans to challenge the renewal of the Recher Theatre's liquor license in an effort to stop the establishment's plan to become a nightclub. The Charles E. Brooks Law Offices will file a petition with the county liquor board within the...
  • Balto. Co. Council cars rare perk among local governments

    Baltimore County Council members took heat again last week over their use of taxpayer-funded cars, a rare perk among local councils in the Baltimore area. At a meeting in Towson, county resident Mary Locke said she was surprised to learn that Councilman...
  • Perry Hall residents tell Kamenetz of school, recreation needs

    Perry Hall residents tell Kamenetz of school, recreation needs
    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz told a group of Perry Hall residents Tuesday that public safety, education and infrastructure remain the county's top priorities in tough economic times. But over coffee and doughnuts at the Double T Diner on...