—– By: Ann Costantino —– County Executive Johnny Olszewski, Jr. has begun a national search for a new police chief to replace Chief Terrence B. Sheridan by June 2019, and he is...

—– Op-Ed by: Julia D. Maesa Being Educated in Education When working in the education field, it is a general accepted thought that employees are educated and are exemplary. I was astonished...

I’ll need a bigger boat to carry all that loot. ( Photo credit/Inverness) You may have seen our previous article on this tawdry scandal involving the Baltimore County Council’s attempt at...

What took place at the council work session of December 11, 2018 may be one of the most egregious efforts ever to deceive the taxpayers of Baltimore County I have ever witnessed. To put it bluntly,...

—– By: Ann Costantino —– It started as a grassroots movement in Northern Baltimore County six years ago, when Hereford Zone’s Kathleen Causey walked into a meeting at Hereford...

In a 1948 speech to the House of Commons, Winston Churchill stated: “Those who fail to remember history are doomed to repeat it.” Yet, we keep going back to the well of corporate welfare, expecting...

The Baltimore Post would never bemoan any business for having a Christmas party; however, we would like to know why the Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office felt it appropriate to hold...

—– By: Ann Costantino —– One day after Johnny Olszewski, Jr. was sworn in as Baltimore County’s 14th county executive, and County Administrative Officer Fred Homan officially...

The Baltimore Post has learned that the incident at Patapsco HS involving vandalism to the male restrooms was not reported to the Baltimore County Police Department. The Post took additional steps to...

The Baltimore Post received information about male restrooms being closed at Patapsco HS due to vandalism. According to the dates on the documents obtained by the Post, this issue has been ongoing since...