Police/Fire

Baltimore County Police Department announces passing of K9 Einstein

TOWSON, MD—The Baltimore County Police Department has lost a furry friend. K9 Einstein passed with his handler and longtime friend, OFC S. Reiter by his side. Einstein was the department’s oldest bomb dog until his retirement in June and he helped usher in a new era in bomb detection work within the K9 Unit. Prior to Einstein, the bomb/gun dog …


Police/Fire

Police searching for owner of dog found in Parkville

PARKVILLE, MD—Police are searching for the owner of a dog that was found in the Parkville area. The dog is a brown and white husky mix and was found at around 7 a.m. on Thursday on Linwood Avenue (21234). Officers at the Parkville Precinct say the dog is very friendly and is wearing a black harness. Anyone with additional information …


Baltimore County Animal Services waiving adoption fees on all dogs

BALDWIN, MD—Baltimore County Animal Services has announced that adoption fees on all dogs are currently being waived. The “adoptable dogs” room is full and there are plenty of furry best friends looking for new homes. Adoption hours 12 – 6 p.m. on weekdays and 12 – 5 p.m. on weekends. Information on the dogs that are currently available can be …

America’s VetDogs 5K and Dog Walk returns to THE AVENUE at White Marsh this month

WHITE MARSH, MD—It’s back! THE AVENUE at White Marsh will be hosting a 5K run & dog walk to benefit and celebrate America’s VetDogs later this month. Participants will be able to run or walk with the pack, then they can stick around for food & drink tents.  There will even be DJ. The event will take place at THE …

Harford County Sheriff’s Office announces passing of agency’s first bloodhound

HARFORD COUNTY, MD—The Harford County Sheriff’s Office is saying goodbye to a furry companion. This week, HCSO announced the passing of retired K-9 Carley. Carley was HCSO’s first bloodhound and was partnered with Sr. Dep. Charlie Holthaus in 2010. Carley “retired” from the department in 2020. “Join us in our prayers for Sr. Dep. Holthaus and his family,” HCSO said …