The proceeds of the sale will be used for the county employee's pension plan.
A state delegate criticizes the county for expenses of a lawsuit filed by a William Blake, a Baltimore County Police officer, that amount to more than $750,000.
The pick-ups end December 14 and will resume in April.
County spokesman calls owners of the Towson venue "good corporate citizens" two months after County Executive Kevin Kamenetz blamed them for a brawl.
The tree will be put on display in front of City Hall.
Maryland Court of Appeals reverses lower court decision on a grievance filed over changes to health insurance costs.
TV station reports that county police "encountered fistfights; drunken, defiant roving mobs and loitering party-goers under a cloud of marijuana smoke" during a fight outside the Recher Theatre while being under orders to "make as few arrests as possible.
Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files
Loch Raven Village properties could eventually become open space.
The site includes two young commenters from Maryland.
Baltimore County State Sens. Jim Brochin and Delores Kelley and two other lawsuits challenged that the maps were not legally drawn.
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