TOWSON, Md. (WMAR) - Baltimore County is beginning to make the season bright with the gift of free parking.
County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced that shoppers will get two free hours of parking during the Thanksgiving weekend, November 22-25, and December 20-25.
The free parking spaces can be identified by finding meters with red bags on them.
The bags will read "free parking", and can be found anywhere from Catonsville to Dundalk.
"Every one of these free parking spaces is near great locally owned shops and restaurants," said Kamenetz.
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