BALTIMORE COUNTY — Baltimore County Public Schools has been awarded 10 artist-in-residence grants for the 2019-2020 school year. These grants are presented by the Baltimore County Executive and Baltimore County Council based on recommendations from the Baltimore County Commission on Arts and…

BALTIMORE COUNTY — County Executive Johnny Olszewski made several important personnel announcements on Monday, filling key positions that will help carry out his vision for a more livable, thriving Baltimore County.

BALTIMORE COUNTY — The country’s only federal family planning program has ended, but public health advocates say that the state’s free and sliding scale services will not be disrupted.

CHESAPEAKE CITY — The VFW #2678 Auxiliary President Linda Henderson and Past Presidents Cathy Gistedt and Nancy Lee August traveled to Chesapeake City VFW #7687 to meet Peggy Haake, the National President of the Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United Sates (VFW).

No matter how seasoned one is as a fishermen, catching a noteworthy fish brings out excitement that is too often suppressed deep within us. Our daily trials can take a toll on our sense of childlike fun. This photo made me smile and caused me to relive a few moments that I shared with friend…

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EDGEMERE – Six individuals were promoted to the rank of Eagle Scout during a ceremony on Aug. 19 at Hughes Memorial Presbyterian Church in Edgemere.

ESSEX — One lucky customer won $1,000,000 dollars on a $20 scratch off ticket at Norman’s Liquor last week, making him the third person to win some major cash at the liquor store in two years. 

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ESSEX — Karen Mullen was a primary caregiver to her son and granddaughter, who lives with disabilities. But a sudden onset of severe medical problems has now hindered her ability to provide and care for her own.

County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced this week that the County’s anti-litter outreach campaign, “Litter Doesn’t Stop Where it Drops”, won a prestigious international award for its artistic imagery and clear messaging that highlights the connection between litter and its damaging effec…

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On August 9, crews from the Baltimore County Fire Department responded to a crash that officials confirmed involved two cars and three motorcycles at German Hill Road and Merritt Blvd. At the scene, three people were transported to triage with unknown injures. Officials say the crash is unde…

Our beloved advertising representative Linda Mrok lost her sweet dog Zulty on Tuesday. Linda has a kind and loving heart for all animals, and is the “mom” to our office squirrels. She recently adopted a beautiful cat and she spoils our office dog, Maybelle, with toys like “Stanley,” pictured.

At 6:47 a.m. on August 11, Baltimore County Police Department responded to 7800 block of E. Collingham Drive in Dundalk for a man with a gun. Officers responded and saw the armed suspect inside an apartment. The suspect surrendered without further incident. There were no hostages and no gun …

Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources and conservationists statewide celebrated Smokey the Bear’s 75th birthday last week.

Mark and Linda Persiani will celebrate 50 years of wedded bliss on October 5, 2019. Congratulations to these two lovebirds! Don’t forget to invite us to the party!

BALTIMORE — The Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Port Administration (MDOT MPA) has been awarded $703,116 in the most recent round of funding through the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) Port Security Grant Program. The funding, announced earlier this month, will he…