Here are the best of this week's Local Voices from Patch sites in Baltimore city and county. If you have something on your mind, just go to the front page of this Patch site and click "Start a Blog" under the top stories.
Marks Changes Position On County Cars For Councilmembers: After County Councilman Todd Huff was arrested for driving under the influence while behind the wheel of a county-owned vehicle, a colleague calls for more rules governing the cars.
'Spinning' Fitness Craze Takes Over Charlestown Retirement Community: Read about the new exercise trend at Charlestown in Catonsville.
Game Over for Timonium, Hunt Valley Video Game Studios?: A local game developer asks what's next for Timonium and Hunt Valley's game industry, which has been hit with closures like that of Big Huge Games and Zynga East.
Capital Punishment: Questions for Death Penalty Repeal Supporters: Towson University professor Richard Vatz has questions for legislators and potential referendum voters who support repealing the death penalty.