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Baltimore County Councilwoman Vicki Almond reviewed the issues important to the 2nd District, and said Fort Garrison Elementary could also get air conditioning if the budget is passed.
Ralph Jaffe says the public wasn't given enough notice of hearings on increasing stormwater fees.
The Carrollton branches, that are located throughout the Baltimore Metropolitan Area, as well as Bay Bank branches, will soon be renamed BayBank.
Elections, Readers' Choice, Breast Cancer Awareness
Last month, houses on the market sold in an average of 117 days, compared to an average of 142 days last March. Read more statistics, including median price.
Government, Police & Fire, Volunteers in the News, Business, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Nick Mangione of Doubletree by Hilton honored as person of the year, and First Watch was honored as business of the year.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel visits Israel Sunday.
Government, The Neighborhood Files, Public Safety
Baltimore County reports that a feral cat has died of rabies, and is trying to remove the cats in a feral colony from the area near Rhonda Court.
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The annual Night Under the Stars event at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation in Pikesville will honor Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and Jill Kamenetz.
Government, Business, Local Connections
Waterfowl were abundant despite a snowfall Monday at Druid Ridge Cemetery.
Government, Police & Fire
Federal jury finds a 42-year-old guilty of filing a false tax return, falsifying bankruptcy records and more.
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