Week in Review: Stemmers Run Gun Incident, White Student Union Faces Protestors
A round up of top news from the past week.
A 13-year-old eighth grade boy was charged with threatening his teacher and classmates with a gun. The teacher allegedly intervened and disarmed the student and there were no injuries.
A national service organization is leading the charge against a proposed White Student Union at Towson University. Members of the former student group Youth for Western Civilization, which reportedly wrote "white pride" in chalk at campus locations are involved in the effort to create the new student group.
Jason Hisley, a pastry chef who also claimed a second place win on Food Network's Sweet Genius, is opening a European-style bakery that also sells cupcakes on Chesapeake Avenue.
Councilman David Marks is now accepting fundraising help from a development attorney he criticized three years ago for raising tens of thousands of dollars for then Democratic council candidates Cathy Bevins, Gordon Harden and Tom Quirk.
Baltimore County Public Schools posted a list of the priority order for its schools without air conditioning to get accommodated ahead of a Sept. 18 Board of Education meeting.