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  • Demolition of Solo Cup plant making way for Foundry Row

    Demolition of Solo Cup plant making way for Foundry Row
    With the swipe of an excavator, a demolition crew began taking down the abandoned Solo Cup factory in Owings Mills on Thursday, work that will clear the way for new development that was once threatened by opposition. When the abandoned plant is...
  • Measure would reduce open-space fees for Balto. Co. developers

    Measure would reduce open-space fees for Balto. Co. developers
    The Baltimore County Council could vote next week to reduce fees that developers pay to help the county build parks and buy recreational land. A council resolution would lower — in some cases by nearly 90 percent — so-called open-space waiver...
  • Balto. Co. Council lowers open-space fees for developers

    The Baltimore County Council voted Thursday to significantly lower fees developers pay to help the county buy parks and recreational land. A council resolution lowering the fees — in some categories nearly 90 percent — passed in a 6-1 vote,...
  • Balto. Co. Council passes Towson bike rack bill, mandates AEDs at pools

    Balto. Co. Council passes Towson bike rack bill, mandates AEDs at pools
    New developments in Towson will have to provide bike racks under legislation approved Monday by the Baltimore County Council. Bicycling advocates had supported the bill by Councilman David Marks and Council Chairman Tom Quirk as a way to encourage...
  • Colin's Seafood has grand opening in Randallstown

    Colin's Seafood has grand opening in Randallstown
    Colin's Seafood and Grill plans a grand opening today at 11:30 in Randallstown. The restaurant in Randallstown Plaza at Liberty and Offutt roads, co-owned by restaurateurs Dante and Candes Daniels, opened last month offering sit-down dining for 146...
  • Baltimore County Council rejects low-income housing project

    Baltimore County Council rejects low-income housing project
    Baltimore County Council members rejected state funding Monday for a planned low-income housing development in Rosedale, passing a resolution expressing disapproval of the project. In a 6-0 vote, with Councilman Kenneth Oliver abstaining, council...
  • 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...
  • Former Prince George's official sentenced to more than 7 years

    Former Prince George's official  sentenced to more than 7 years
    Former Prince George's County Executive Jack Johnson was sentenced Tuesday to more than seven years in federal prison after admitting to a wide-ranging pattern of corruption that permeated virtually every level of county government from health to...
  • Workers 'outraged' by Kamenetz, former councilmen's pensions

    Workers 'outraged' by Kamenetz, former councilmen's pensions
    The head of a Baltimore County public employees union says workers are outraged over the lucrative pension deals of County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and former councilmen Sam Moxley and Vince Gardina. An amendment to a 2010 pension reform law allowed...
  • Bevins: County pension deal 'sounds like double dipping'

    Baltimore County Council members are privately discussing the lucrative pension deals of County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and former councilmen Sam Moxley and Vince Gardina. A Sun editorial published this Sunday highlighted the men’s retirement...
  • Balto. Co. proposal on 'in-law apartments' draws criticism

    The Baltimore County Council is set to vote on a bill to clarify the rules for so-called in-law apartments, a measure that has drawn strong opposition from community activists who claim that it could allow neighborhoods to become more densely populated...