—– By: Ann Costantino —– Requests are intensifying for a legislative audit of Baltimore County Public Schools’ (BCPS) technology contracts and procurement practices after Baltimore...

  The January 3 town hall meeting at the North Point Library was, as the Post predicted, a gabfest. (To read up on that, click the following link.) Censoring the Constituents: Pols Purge and Purify...

This article was first featured in The New York Times ‘Bomb Cyclone’: Snow and Bitter Cold Blast the Northeast By ALAN BLINDER, PATRICIA MAZZEI and JESS BIDGOOD UPDATED 9:51 PM Waves...

Innovations in social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat, have made the typical static political website a thing of the past. However, the problem with today’s technology-driven political...

When the VA made the announcement that a new outpatient clinic was to be built in Rosedale rather than at the original Fort Howard Veterans Hospital site, it raised some serious questions concerning the...

  Editorial   There is an old saying that asks, “Are we on the same page?” First, let’s examine the meaning of that idiom: A meeting of people who share the same interest. So,...

  Once again, social media played a very important part in the publication of this article. The message, originally posted on Facebook, dealt with the dumping of raw sewage into a local community...

  The Baltimore Post received the following report from Russell S. Donnelly, an environmental expert, concerning a recent request by Tradepoint Atlantic. TPA is seeking permission from state and...

What took place Monday night at the County Council meeting was reminiscent of the famous Boston Tea party. This famed act of American colonial defiance served as a protest against taxation. Seeking...

  The below statement was received by The Baltimore Post and is published as written. The Post will have an in-depth report tomorrow on the narrow 4-3 decision to fund Towson Row. Like last night’s...