Ann Costantino

Freelance Investigative Reporter ---Ann Costantino has been a Baltimore County resident for over twenty years. A graduate of Towson University, Ann earned her bachelors in mass communications after first studying communications and journalism in Arizona and Texas. Ann worked as assistant to the executive director of the (former) Advertising Association of Baltimore (AAB), where she managed the organization’s American Advertising “ADDY” Awards shows in Baltimore and New York, which celebrated creativity in advertising. In Texas, Ann interned with the Austin Chronicle, learning the old school ways of cropping and editing, developing and sizing photographs. A long way from where she started, Ann is originally from Oahu, Hawaii – a place where she learned the value of the aloha spirit. Ann is politically independent, fiercely committed to integrity in journalism and is a member of the Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE) professional organization.

Starting this year, registered voters in Baltimore County will have the opportunity to vote for seven members of the district’s board of education who represent the county’s seven councilmanic districts. The...

For the first time in Baltimore County, registered voters will have the opportunity to choose seven of the 12 members which make up the district’s school board. Regardless of party affiliation,...

In Baltimore County’s first ever partially elected school board election this year, registered voters in the county’s seven councilmanic districts will have the opportunity to cast their votes for...

On June 26, registered voters in Baltimore County may cast their votes for their favored candidate for Baltimore County’s first ever partially elected school board. The 12-member hybrid elected school...

—– By: Ann Costantino —– Less than two weeks after the former superintendent of Baltimore County Public Schools, Shaun Dallas Dance, started his jail term in a Henrico County facility,...

—– By: Ann Costantino —– In an unexpected move last week, Maryland State Superintendent Karen Salmon declined to approve Baltimore County Schools’ interim Superintendent Verletta...

For the first time in Baltimore County, registered voters will have the opportunity to choose the members of Baltimore County’s Board of Education who represent their district.  The 12-member hybrid...

—– By: Ann Costantino —– In February, The Baltimore Post published a story on school construction signs installed at 58 Baltimore County Public schools for which their installation...

Baltimore County school board candidate, Paul Evitts, has decided to drop out of the race to represent District Three.  Mr. Evitts was among eight District Three candidates vying for a seat on the school...

For the first time in Baltimore County, on June 26, registered voters will have the opportunity to choose the members of Baltimore County’s Board of Education who represent their district.  The...