Effective November 1st, plastic bags will be banned and citizens are encouraged to bring their own bags when shopping. Details inside.

With the increase of COVID cases Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski decided to reinstate the indoor mask mandate! As of Wednesday at 9am the new mandate became official  after declaring a COVID-related state of emergency and face coverings at indoor public spaces is not mandatory. The new mandate applies to all individuals 5 and older […]

Theta Mu Mu of Omega Psi Phi to host free produce giveaway at the Randallstown Public Library. Details inside.

Join the Theta Mu Mu chapter at their Randallstown vaccination site in July. Supported by the Baltimore County Department of Health.

The free produce giveaway is for local families in need, answering the call during a tough year.

After over a year of suspended activity, Baltimore County has announced plans to resume school sports on Friday, March 12th. More inside.

The county is offering free Uber rides to residents who may not have transportation to vaccination sites, County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced Friday.

A total of 27 families have been displaced by the fire and 30 units are uninhabitable. 

The task force has inspected over 5,200 establishments since March and the 30-member team is looking to expand.

A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for parts of Maryland as Tropical Storm Isaias continues its journey north. Baltimore City, Baltimore, Prince George’s, Anne Arundel, Charles, Cecil, Carroll, Harford and Kent counties are all under Tropical Storm Warnings. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD OUR APP AND TAKE US WITH YOU ANYWHERE! Tropical downpours between 3 […]

No charges filed yet against a daughter who ran over her father following an argument over the weekend. It happened around 3 a.m. Saturday on the 7800 block of Daniels Avenue in Parkville. Remember you can always take WOLB 1010 with you wherever you go by listening live online or via our app. Details below […]

Demonstrators meeting up at Franklin High School in Reisterstown for a second time this week to rally against police brutality. Remember you can always take 92Q with you wherever you go by listening live online or via our app. According to CBS Baltimore, a few hundred people showed up, chanting and holding up signs. They marched […]