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|04/27/2015 - Department of Health Asks Residents to Complete Anonymous Health Survey
The Baltimore County Department of Health is conducting a survey of the community to identify ways to improve health.
|04/22/2015 - Kamenetz, Dance Launch Team BCPS Clean Green 15 Litter Challenge
This morning, County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, School Superintendent Dr. S. Dallas Dance and Education Foundation of BCPS Director Debbie Phelps kicked off year two of an innovative initiative to reduce litter in Baltimore County.
|04/22/2015 - Water Shut-Off Planned for South Rolling Road in Catonsville
Water customers along South Rolling Road, between Wilkins and Bloomsbury avenues, may have their water temporarily shut off between 7 p.m. Saturday evening, April 25, and 10 a.m. Sunday morning, April 26.
|04/21/2015 - Kamenetz and Perry Hall Community Celebrate New $3 Million Soukup Arena
Perry Hall youth and adults now have a brand-new gymnasium and recreation center that is the realization of what has been a community goal for decades.
|04/20/2015 - Baltimore County's Arts and Culture TV Show
The spring edition of smARTS, the Baltimore County arts and culture television program, is now airing on Baltimore County cable channel 25.
|04/18/2015 - Hampton Celebrates National Park Week in Grand Style
Hampton National Historic Site, located at 535 Hampton Lane in Towson, will celebrate National Park Week in a big way from April 19 through 25.
|04/17/2015 - County Hosting Compost Bin and Rain Barrel Sale on April 25 and 26
Baltimore County will host a joint compost bin and rain barrel sale over two days in April in a different location each day.
|04/16/2015 - Kamenetz and Officials Celebrate 911 Center's 35 Years of Public Safety
911 Emergency Communications Center employees received a well-deserved dose of praise and gratitude, as Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz proclaimed this week “Public Safety Communications Week” in Baltimore County.
|04/15/2015 - Kamenetz Testifies Before State’s Heroin Task Force
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz testified before the State’s Heroin Task Force at the University of Baltimore this morning. The task force is chaired by Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford.
|04/14/2015 - Kamenetz: State of the County is Strong
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz presented the Fiscal 2016 Budget Message to the County Council this morning.
|04/13/2015 - County Residents Encouraged to Get Free Hearing Screening
During Better Speech and Hearing Month this May, the Baltimore County Department of Health’s Hearing Program encourages residents to take advantage of free screening clinics that will be offered.
|04/10/2015 - Department of Health Offers Free Underage Drinking Workshop
The Baltimore County Department of Health is partnering with the Health Educators Linking Parents and Students Coalition to present a workshop on underage drinking.
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