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  • Mayor Rawlings-Blake loses longtime Democratic party fundraiser

    Mayor Rawlings-Blake loses longtime Democratic party fundraiser
    As Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake prepares for what could be a challenging election campaign, she is losing her longtime fundraiser.
  • Baltimore County Council OKs more time for door-to-door selling

    Baltimore County Council OKs more time for door-to-door selling
    Door-to-door sales representatives would have a little more time to knock on doors under a bill narrowly approved by the Baltimore County Council on Thursday that would change the county's "hucksters and peddlers" law. The key change allows sales...

    Baltimore County still weighing police body cameras

    Baltimore County still weighing police body cameras
    Baltimore County's police officers are now carrying Tasers equipped with video cameras, but a decision has not yet been made whether they should wear body cameras, too. Baltimore County Police Chief Jim Johnson said Thursday he has some reservations...

    Councilwoman Almond issues statement regarding unrest in Baltimore

    On April 28, Baltimore County Councilwoman Vicki Almond issued the following statement in regards to the threat of the ongoing unrest in Baltimore City possibly reaching Baltimore County: "I have spoken to our Captains at the Pikesville and Franklin...

    Baltimore County Council approves bill for natural burials

    Baltimore County Council approves bill for natural burials
    A bill approved Tuesday by the Baltimore County Council allows certain rural areas of the county to be used as natural burial grounds — where bodies can be buried without being embalmed or placed in heavy caskets. But council members heard an...