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02/25/2015 - History and Detective Work Come Together at CSI Hampton
What do forensics, historic furnishings and curators have in common? Come to Hampton National Historic Site on Sunday, March 8, at 2 p.m. and find out.
02/17/2015 - Commission for Women Announces “Woman of the Year” Award Winners
Baltimore County’s Commission for Women will honor former Maryland State Superintendent of Schools Nancy Grasmick as the 2015 “Woman of the Year” as part of an annual ceremony.
02/12/2015 - County Offices Closed for Presidents’ Day, Trash and Recycling Collection Normal
Baltimore County government offices, District and Circuit Courts will be closed on Monday, February 16 in recognition of Presidents’ Day.
02/10/2015 - County’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee Announces Third Annual Community Input Meeting
Baltimore County’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee (PBAC) is seeking community input to help identify the next round of pedestrian and bicycle projects to be targeted for implementation.
02/10/2015 - Kamenetz Presents Baltimore County Hero Pin to Astronaut G. Reid Wiseman
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz welcomed home Cockeysville native, NASA Astronaut and US Navy Commander G. Reid Wiseman, presenting him with a Baltimore County Hero Pin this morning at a reception in the County’s Historic Courthouse.
02/06/2015 - Baltimore County Restaurant Week an Outstanding Success
Baltimore County’s Winter Restaurant Week, which ran for 16 days in January, is proclaimed an outstanding success.
02/06/2015 - County’s Battle of North Point Event Contributes to $1.436 Million Economic Impact for Maryland
Maryland’s 2014 Chesapeake Campaign, a series of six weekend festivals commemorating the bicentennial events of the War of 1812 across the State, welcomed more than 46,000 visitors this past summer.
02/04/2015 - Police Department Promotions Reflect County's Diversity
Promotions announced in the Baltimore County Police Department this week produced the most diverse BCoPD Executive Corps – commanders who hold the rank of captain, major or colonel – in the department's history.
02/04/2015 - New Downtown Towson Entertainment District Parking Regulations
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced today an easing of parking restrictions for downtown Towson in the newly revitalized entertainment district.
02/03/2015 - Bonefish Grill at Towson Square Opening on February 17
Bonefish Grill is opening at the Towson Square, adding the “polished casual” restaurant to the Cinemark Towson and XD theaters, Nando’s Peri Peri and On the Border Grill and Cantina at the East Joppa Road entertainment center.
01/30/2015 - Baltimore County Unemployment Rate Dips to 5.4 Percent
Baltimore County posted an unemployment rate of 5.4 percent for December 2014, lower than Maryland at 5.5 percent and the U.S. at 5.6 percent, according to the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
01/28/2015 - Sparrows Point L-Furnace to Be Demolished
Sparrows Point Terminal, owners of 3,100 acres of property on the Sparrows Point peninsula, have announced that the L-furnace from the former steel mill will be demolished the afternoon of Wednesday, January 28, weather permitting.
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