Dundalk Housing Fair offers resources for prospective homebuyers
Wednesday, 22 April 2015 11:17
By Nicole Rodman
nrodman@chespub.com

One of the missions of the Dundalk Renaissance Corporation (DRC) is to revitalize the Dundalk community by attracting new homeowners to the area.

To that end, the DRC hosted its second Dundalk Housing Fair at the Dundalk/Sollers Point Technical High School campus last Saturday.

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Kamenetz presents 2016 Budget Message to the County Council
Wednesday, 22 April 2015 11:14
By Ben Boehl
bboehl@chespub.com

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz unveiled his Fiscal 2016 Budget in a message to the County Council last week.

The County’s General Fund Operating Budget for FY 2016 is proposed at $1.9 billion which is an increase of 4.7 percent increase from last year’s budget. The FY 2016 capital budget is $375 million and the county says it follows within sound financial debt ratios.

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Driscoll named Chamber Middle School Teacher of the Year
Wednesday, 22 April 2015 11:10

By Ben Boehl

Sparrows Point Middle School teacher Theresa Driscoll said she wanted to be a teacher since the first day she started school and that is how she became a mathematics teacher.

“I am one of those people that just love mathematics. It is one of my passions,” Driscoll said. “I figure teaching what I am passionate about will be beneficial for my students because I hope to pass my passion on to them.”

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County budget includes 1.6 billion for public schools
Wednesday, 22 April 2015 11:12
By Nicole Rodman
nrodman@chespub.com

In January, Dr. S. Dallas Dance, superintendent of Baltimore County Public Schools released a Fiscal Year 2016 operating budget proposal totaling $1.7 billion.

In his countywide Fiscal Year 2016 budget proposal, presented to the Baltimore County Council last Tuesday, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz provided most of this funding. Approximately $1.6 billion of the county executive’s 1.9 billion operating budget and $375 million capital budget will go to schools.

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Maryland Blue Crab Crab House to move into Dun Dealgan site
Wednesday, 22 April 2015 11:06
By Ben Boehl
bboehl@chespub.com
 

Maryland Blue Crab Crabhouse has a new location and residents around Dundalk High School will soon have a new restaurant.

The crab house has moved from its location on Wise Avenue to the building that was the home of Minnick’s for over 70 years and most recently the site of Dun Dealgan since 2011.

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