Sunday, August 19, 2012
The following information was supplied by the Baltimore County Police Department. In cases were a criminal charge is noted, the information provided does not indicate a conviction.
Two teenage boys and two preteens were charged with second-degree burglary after police say they caught them stealing a bicycle. At 3:08 a.m. Aug. 13, someone allegedly saw the boys stealing an orange and black Mongoose brand bike, valued at $80, from a storage room in the 6900-block of Marsue Dr., a police report states. When police arrived, the boys allegedly ran and officers caught them. Police charged them with second-degree burglary. The boys are 17, 15, 12 and 11 years old, the report states. They are from ZIP codes 21215 and 21207.
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Learning about the Internet, badminton, gardening, "Charlotte's Web" and pirates are on the schedule.
1. Get introduced to the internet. Teens ages 13 and older can attend an Introduction to the Internet course 9 a.m., Saturday at Woodlawn Branch Library, 1811 Woodlawn Drive. Register to learn basic Internet skills. Call 410-887-1336 for more information and to register. Visit the branch's website for the full schedule of library events. 2. Root for the home team. Cheer on members of the Pikesville High School coed varsity badminton team as they take on Owings Mills High School. The event is set for 3:45 p.m., Wednesday at Pikesville, 7621 Labyrinth Road. Come on out and enjoy the game. 3. Learn to garden. School-aged children can enjoy a short course in Kids' Gardening with Mom or Dad. It begins at 6:30 p.m., Thursday at Pikesville …
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Fun times available for kids include building with Legos, playing Xbox and Wii with friends, learning a computer program, attending a block party and seeing a movie.
1. Build with Legos. At 10 a.m. Thursday at Pikesville Branch Library, 1301 Reisterstown Road, Pikesville, Legos and other supplies will be ready and waiting for kids ages 6-12. They'll build structures born of their own imaginations. Children ages 8 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Advance registration is required. Call 410 887-1234 or visit the Pikesville Branch Library events calendar. 2. Play Xbox and Wii. Teens can play games from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday at Randallstown Branch Library, 8604 Liberty Road, Randallstown. Kids ages 11-17 can bring a friend. Advance registration is required. For more info, call 410 887-0770, or visit the Randallstown Branch Library calendar of events. 3. Get a head start on the school year…
Sunday, July 10, 2011
Family events this week include Xbox and Wii games for teens, a show for little ones, plus story times, an art exhibit and a patriotic outdoor concert.
1. Play video games. Teens and pre-teens ages 11-17 can enjoy playing Xbox and Wii games for free from 3:30-5 pm Thursday (and Aug. 18) at Randallstown Branch Library. The library is located at 8604 Liberty Road. Advance registration is required. Call 410-887-0770 to register. 2. Catch a show. Uncle Pete and the Invisible Band offers a show for infants and children up to 5 years old at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Enoch Pratt Free Library Hampden Branch, 3641 Falls Road, Baltimore. 3. Hear a good story and have some fun. Randallstown Branch Library offers activities, stories and music for 2- to 5-year-olds accompanied by an adult, at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday. For more info,call 410-887-0770. And children under age 6 can enjoy picture book stories at …
Friday, June 17, 2011
Official kick-off set for today, June 20 at Pikesville and all 17 branches in the library system.
Yes folks, it’s that time of year again—the season for steamed crabs, heatwaves and the Baltimore County Public Library’s beloved Summer Reading Club. The SRC, as it is referred to by library insiders, is an eight-week themed reading program that encourages kids to pick up a book by using incentives ranging from stickers to craft activities and prizes. Although some schools have been pre-registering children since May 9, Summer Reading Club 2011 officially kicks off June 20, both at the library and online. It runs through Aug. 13. Librarians anticipate the usual cheerful, organized mayhem when the first full day of registration and reading activities arrives. “It usually starts off with a bang,” said Allan McWilliams, Pikesville Branch …