The Yorkway community appears to be back to normal, but events got a little scary thanks to a fire in the 2600 block of Yorkway.
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Police are looking for a Randallstown woman after a Pikesville man was assaulted at knifepoint.
A Milford Mill woman was arrested this weekend after being charged with first-degree assault.
A Westminster man was arrested after a burglary last week at a home in the Greenspring area of Pikesville.
Water service for county residents will not likely cost more despite a proposal by Baltimore City to raise rates by 15 percent.
In addition to the 15 arrests, authorities say they seized 140 pounds of marijuana, 20 guns, 14 vehicles and more than $140,000 in cash.
There are so many children that are still recovering from the widespread illness that one parent stopped by to ask if we were reporting about the "epidemic." It's a normal school day at the Pot Spring Elementary School in Cockeysville, but the Baltimore County School Office of Health Services says there's nothing normal about the number of students ... (more)
Dundalk Patch received a copy of the following letter sent from former Baltimore County Department of Recreation and Parks Director John F. Weber to Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz: Dear Kevin: I grew up in Dundalk and began my career in recreation, parks and conservation with the Baltimore County Department of Recreation and Parks.
Baltimore County police say the Reisterstown home of Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was burglarized over the weekend, and $2,000 and two guns were stolen.
Gun control activists have fired the first salvo in the battle over gun rights and public safety by airing a new TV commercial in Baltimore on Monday that praises the measures signed by the governor last week.
Timothy Tenne has lived in Baltimore County nearly all his life except for the time he spent in the Air Force.
Students attending the Community College of Baltimore County will have to dig a little deeper next semester.
Baltimore County Police say a woman who, along with her husband, was struck by a car over the weekend in Parkville has died.