Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski responded Friday to Councilman David Marks’ demand that White Marsh Mall institute a curfew for minors on weekends, saying he plans to ask mall leadership to develop its own policy concerning teens.
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After nearly 35 years of working for General Motors in Baltimore—first at its since-shuttered Baltimore Assembly plant on Broening Highway, and for the last 18 years at the company’s White Marsh facility—Guy White is hoping for a conversation with company brass about their decision to shutter the factory.
“Personally, what I have a hard time grasping is that the corporation has metrics that they measure their plants by, and our plant has the best attendance of any plant in North America—that’s Mexico, Canada, the United States,” says the shop chairman of United Auto Workers 239, which represents the company’s Maryland employees. “We have the best attendance. On all of our metrics, we’re a lean, efficient plant.”
Weeks after General Motors announced the closure of its plant in White Marsh, costing the county more than 300 jobs, County Executive John Olszewski, Jr. has asked the company’s leadership to reconsider.
Police in Baltimore County say a clumsy peeping Tom accidentally videotaped himself setting up a toilet-facing “spy camera” in a food court bathroom at the White Marsh Mall.
In an usual announcement, Baltimore County police said this morning that they’re trying to track down a guy who’s burglarized multiple businesses while wearing a suit.
Oriole Park Gets Energy-Efficient Lights; Innovation Hub Opens in East Baltimore; Made in Baltimore Shop Comes to Hampden; H&M Arrives in White Marsh
As part of an effort to save energy and money, the Maryland Stadium Authority is changing the way it lights Oriole Park at Camden Yards for the first time since the ballpark opened in 1992.
Middle River is getting a new chocolate factory, somewhat at Baltimore City’s expense. Construction teams broke ground today on a new factory for Ruxton Chocolates, the maker of Mary Sue Easter eggs, out in Middle River thanks to some helpful funding from Baltimore County.
A Saturday evening traffic stop on I-95 in Baltimore County led state police to catch a man who they say had five trash bags stuffed with marijuana stashed in his car.
A malfunctioning parachute left a man hospitalized after he leaped from a 160 ft. crane in White Marsh.