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"Hello, Baltimore County" features county officials and others discussing timely topics of interest to county citizens.
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Senior and Baby Boomer Expo
6:30
Oct 1, 2014
Get a preview of this fun, resource-packed event coming to the State Fairgrounds in Timonium on 10/22 and 10/23.
Sparrows Point Momentum
9:43
Oct 1, 2014
Sparrows Point Momentum - Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz shares the latest news on plans to bring jobs back to the Point.
Cancer Screenings
11:13
Oct 1, 2014
The Health Department offers the latest advice on cancer screenings for your family.
Domestic Violence
9:29
Sep 3, 2014
Violence against domestic partners happens more than you might think. But, help is available through Baltimore County's Family Violence Unit in the Department of Social Services.
Baltimore County's Partnership with the Maryland Food Bank
8:10
Sep 3, 2014
County Executive Kamenetz and Maryland Food Bank CEO Deborah Flateman explain how collaboration is the key to addressing food insecurity in Baltimore County.
Adopt-A-Road
9:22
Sep 3, 2014
Find out how your group can fight the litter bug by adopting a County roadway.
War of 1812 Bicentennial Celebrations
9:58
Aug 1, 2014
From Defenders Day to the Star-Spangled Spectacular, Baltimore County is celebrating our region's pivotal role in the war to protect our young nation.
Alternative Response
10:15
Aug 1, 2014
Learn about how the Department of Social Services' new approach to helping protect vulnerable children.
Summer Restaurant Week
8:09
Aug 1, 2014
County Executive Kamenetz visited the historic Milton Inn in Sparks to promote Summer Restaurant Week which runs August 8 to 24.
Pedestrians Safety
9:22
Jul 1, 2014
More than 400 people per year are hit by cars in Baltimore County, and it's almost always their fault. Find out more.
Recycling Revenues
9:18
Jul 1, 2014
Hear how the new recycling facility is making tons of money for the County, and residents are recycling record amounts.
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