Baltimore County Police Department announces passing of retired K9 Rock

TOWSON, MD—The Baltimore County Police Department has announced the loss of one of its retired K9 members. K9 Rock faithfully served the department and the residents of Baltimore County from 2013 to 2018, when he retired. Rock was dual certified in patrol and narcotics detection. He passed peacefully with his handler Lt. S. Casey and other family members by his […]

New historical marker unveiled in northeast Baltimore

BALTIMORE, MD—A new historical marker honoring a northeast Baltimore neighborhood was unveiled this week. The Morgan Park neighborhood was established in 1917 by W.E.B. Du Bois, renowned educator, author, and civil rights activist. The 27-acre residential subdivision was originally built for Black faculty and professionals who were barred from purchasing homes in white neighborhoods due to Jim Crow segregation laws. […]

Board of Education member Henn blasts Olszewski’s veto of measure to prevent school overcrowding

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Baltimore County Board of Education member Julie Henn is the latest public official to blast Johnny Olszewski’s veto of the Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance that was approved by the Baltimore County Council. The County Executive vetoed the measure on Thursday, sparking outcry from Councilman David Marks, TABCO, and many others. Henn posted the following to Facebook on Friday morning: […]

Sparrows Point, Dulaney students win top athletic scholarships

TOWSON, MD—The Mildred Murray All-Academic Scholar-Athlete Award and Scholarship has been awarded to two senior student-athletes at Baltimore County Public Schools for their academic and athletic achievements. Olivia Gardner of Sparrows Point High School and Roman Kaminski of Dulaney High School were both named winners of the 37th annual awards, which are presented by the BCPS Office of Athletics. The […]