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The Maryland Court of Appeals has ruled that owners of pit bulls are liable for damages caused by attacks by the breed.
Government, Local Connections
Maryland veterans talk about getting passed over for jobs—and how to change that.
Senior regional editor Doug Donovan speaks with Baltimore County Patch politics reporter Bryan Sears about what's going in the County Council.
Government, Police & Fire, Business
21 people have been arrested for smuggling untaxed cigarettes in Baltimore County so far this year.
Illegal roadside signs carry a $500 per violation fine.
Council, state legislators and labor unions say the county executive is uncompromising and difficult to work with.
If you're considering going renewable, an industry expert says it's a good time.
Government, Patch's House & Home
In the wake of an over-billing controversy, Baltimore County is working with city officials to figure out how many customers may need their sewer charges adjusted.
Superintendent Joe Hairston announced the date adjustment on Tuesday night.
Officials ask the Baltimore County Council to hire an outside attorney for a lawsuit involving subprime mortgages.
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