RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Baltimore County

A collection of news and information related to Baltimore County published by this site and its partners.

Top Baltimore County Articles

Displaying items 121-132
  • . . . or as close to gratis as you're going to get in Baltimore

    As any college student knows, it’s easy to restrict yourself to the campus bubble. Schoolwork is tiring enough; who has time to think about the outside world, much less explore it? Kids in New Haven may have the luxury of using this excuse, but if...
  • Baltimore and its schools according to its students

    Jason Palaigos Age: 22 Hometown: Catonsville School: Loyola University, Class of 2011 Major: biology What’s the best cheap place to eat near campus? There’s a couple options. There’s Panera nearby, but they don’t take the...
  • The public transportation doesn't make sense, and neither do the streets, but it can be done

    Baltimore can be an intimidating city. With the shortage of numbered streets, or even a grid in many places, every turn seems to make you more lost. And although Baltimore seems to have a lot of public transportation options, the light-rail/subway lines...
  • Eight bookish Baltimoreans talk about what they read

    We asked several local book-lovers to talk to us about their reading habits and their personal relationships with particular books. These were among the most enjoyable interviews we’ve conducted. Talk to people about books, it turns out, and...
  • Prosecutor at hearing alludes to facts not made public

    Federal District Judge Roger W. Titus sentenced former Baltimore defense attorney Stanley H. Needleman to a year and a day in federal prison and fined him $10,000 on Dec. 15 after a nearly three-hour hearing in which lawyers and former judges from...
  • A local photographer talks about documenting the survivors of the toughest marathon in the world

    When Geoffrey Baker doesn’t have a camera pressed to his face, he’s likely to have running shoes on his feet as they pound miles and miles down some Baltimore County trail. The 53-year-old professional photographer and Oella resident has for...
  • Arizona machine-gun probe prompts dispute over seized Maryland gun collection

    It’s been nearly seven years since 58-year-old auto mechanic and gun collector David Bord made a purchase that has caused him no end of grief: a Hatton Industries machine gun, which he got at the Armory, a gun store near Annapolis, in exchange for...
  • Marriage equality finally passed in Maryland. Now the real battle begins

    It was 2:30 a.m., and the college students across the street were still blasting their music. My partner Gina reminded me it was my turn to tell them to knock it off. I pulled on a pair of sweatpants and a sweatshirt and walked barefoot to their front...
  • BGE's reliability is worse than rural utilities in the Middle East. Does the PSC care?

    Power outages still plagued large swaths of Baltimore City and the county last week, six days after a line of thunderstorms packing 70-mph winds knocked out power to about 1 million homes and businesses in Maryland. With the temperature soaring toward...
  • Murders this Week: 8; Murders this Year: 63

    The death of Phylicia Barnes, a 16-year-old African-American girl, was added to the city’s homicide tally on April 25, though it was ruled a homicide on May 4, 2011. On April 25, Michael Johnson, a 28-year-old African-American man, was arrested...
  • Congratulations to Staff Writer Edward Ericson Jr. and Design Director Joe MacLeod

    Editor’s notes: The winners of the 2012 Association of Alternative Newsweeklies Awards have been announced, and City Paper won in two categories among member alt-weeklies with circulations larger than 50,000: Staff Writer Edward Ericson Jr.’s...
  • $30 million Baltimore-based pot-conspiracy case part of broader investigation

    The $30 million cross-country pot conspiracy first alleged by a Maryland federal grand jury in December 2010, involving 32-year-old Baltimore real estate developer Jeremiah Brandon Landsman and 15 others (“Smoked Out,” Mobtown Beat, Feb. 29),...