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Student artwork from around Baltimore County was compiled into a 2012 anti-drug calendar.
Government, Schools, Local Connections
The Baltimore County State's Attorney announced the winners of his office's 2012 Anti-Drug Contest at a Thursday afternoon ceremony.
Schools, Sports, Local Connections
The sixth annual conference for high school athletes will be held on Tuesday in Timonium.
The second hall of fame class includes field hockey, basketball, football and soccer stars.
Superintendent Joe Hairston announced the date adjustment on Tuesday night.
Schools, Volunteers in the News, Local Connections
Students have raised more than $13,000 ahead of the relay set for later this month.
Dan "King Gimp" Keplinger returned to his alma mater to speak to the sophomore class about his journey as an artist.
Schools, Arts, Local Connections
Dan Keplinger, a famous artist with cerebral palsy, talks about his time at Parkville High School and his forthcoming move back to the community.
Government, Police & Fire, Schools
Furloughs, layoffs and tax increases were avoided despite bleak revenue.
The Baltimore County Board of Education voted unanimously to approve S. Dallas Dance as the next superintendent of schools Tuesday.
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