Here are the big stories out of Baltimore County that you may have missed on Patch this week:
A debate is brewing in Owings Mills over development, with traffic being of central concern.
Behind President John Ramming and support from communities across the country, Duffy, the Courage Lion, is having an impact on more ailing children every day.
The county's budget could grow by 3 percent next year under a recommendation approved by the County Council's Spending Affordability Committee.
A man was shot and killed by officers during a bizarre early morning incident involving pursuits and a stolen police car. The incident started in Catonsville.
Comments came in all weekend as Catonsville residents let it be known what set them and their community apart.
The Greens at English Consul, to be built on four acres, would include apartments for people 62 years and older of modest means, community space, and walking paths