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Four days before the scheduled debate between Baltimore County Executive candidates Republican Al Redmer and Democrat John Olszewski, Jr., one candidate has backed out of the event. The Baltimore Post...

On October 16th, the Student Support Network will hold its annual fundraiser in support of Baltimore County’s youth in need.  Proceeds will go directly to help Baltimore County’s homeless...

Folks, the theme of this column is: “Capitalism vs Socialism.” Under capitalism, individuals own and control the land, capital, and production of industry. If you have an idea for a new...

In the Post’s last column, we looked at how a photograph can create a certain amount of “buzz.”  In this edition, we examine more “face time” for the camera and wonder...

  Judging by our featured image, one may think, “Happy Days Are Here Again.” However, looks may be deceiving. After the Post received this photo, we asked where it originated. When...

—– By: Ann Costantino —– Four Baltimore County school board members submitted a multi-part complaint today to five state agencies, urging authorities to investigate the purge...

(The Baltimore Post wishes to extend our thoughts and prayers to the victims of the Aberdeen, MD shooting.) The old saying “Actions speak louder than words” doesn’t necessarily apply...

In a scathing article, The Baltimore Brew looked deep into the background of former Baltimore County Executive Jim Smith, specifically focusing on his ties to what they described as “machine politics.” The...

Note: The Baltimore Post felt the public should be aware of one of the most important issues facing the voters in the upcoming midterm elections. Recent national polls have shown that immigration will...

  The Baltimore Post interviewed Delegate Ric Metzgar regarding Tradepoint Atlantic’s attempt to use taxpayer-funded dollars to ingratiate its bottom line. The Baltimore Post is a nonpartisan...