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Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz

May 23, 2018

Almond won’t seek appointment to replace Kamenetz

Vicki Almond wants to be Baltimore County executive but doesn't want a "political coronation."

Kevin Kamenetz
May 10, 2018

Reactions to Kamenetz’s death come from across the political spectrum

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz died early Thursday morning.

Apr 19, 2018

Maryland Democratic gov. candidate releases tax returns

A Maryland Democratic candidate for governor is calling on his opponents to make their income tax returns public after he released six years of his state and federal returns.

Mar 20, 2018

Free college tuition program proposed for Baltimore County

A new need-based scholarship program that would provide free community college tuition for eligible high school graduates in a Maryland county has been announced.

Sep 20, 2017

Franchot: Amazon jobs the answer to Baltimore’s challenges

The state's chief tax collector Wednesday threw his support behind an effort to bring Amazon's second headquarters to Baltimore.

Sep 18, 2017

Kamenetz joins gubernatorial field — and the temperature goes up

Baltimore County Executive Kevin B. Kamenetz, long presumed to be a candidate for governor, made his entry into the crowded Democratic field official early Monday morning. Kamenetz, a two-term Democrat, posted his announcement just after 6 a.m. on Facebook — about five hours before a scheduled rally in Towson. “I am the best Democrat in […]

Kevin Kamenetz
Jun 27, 2017

Kamenetz sure sounds like a gubernatorial candidate but isn’t, yet

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz hasn't officially said what he'll be running for in 2018 is asking donors for help hitting his quarterly fundraising goals.

Kevin Kamenetz
Nov 28, 2016

Kamenetz: Baltimore County police will not participate in deportation of students

Baltimore County Police will not participate in any identify immigrants who are college students living in the country illegally, according to Democratic County Executive Kevin Kamenetz.

Sep 27, 2016

Ulman to help Towson U. spur economic growth

Officials say moving more of Towson University’s non-academic operations off the school’s campus and into downtown Towson could help spur job growth and economic development. That’s one of the ideas that will be explored as former Howard County Executive Ken Ulman gets to work as the university’s new chief strategist.  The school has hired Ulman’s Margrave Strategi[...]

Feb 26, 2016

LifeBridge opens $5 million Liberty Center; more to come

LifeBridge Health says its new medical building in Randallstown is just the first stage of a plan to expand health care access and help revitalize the community. Officials celebrated the opening of the redeveloped $5 million Liberty Center, located near LifeBridge’s Northwest Hospital, Friday morning. The building was expanded from 8,000 to 13,800 square feet, […]

Feb 7, 2016

Democratic leaders: Hogan’s putting the squeeze on urban Maryland

ANNAPOLIS — Democratic leaders in some of Maryland’s largest jurisdictions say Gov. Larry Hogan is squeezing them in the budget and using their money to favor Republican areas. During Martin O’Malley’s eight years as governor, rural areas loudly proclaimed there was a war on rural Maryland. But times have changed, and while no one is […]

Dec 30, 2015

Baltimore County won’t seek reimbursement for riot assistance

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said today that he has informed Mayor Stephanie Rawlings- Blake that the county will not seek $257,000 in reimbursement from the city for police and fire assistance during the April and May unrest following the death of Freddie Gray. “Baltimore County is a partner with Baltimore City in every way,” […]

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