Month: March 2023


A BIG Win for People in Maryland and the Bay

– The following article was submitted by Delegates Ryan Nawrocki & Kathy Szeliga (District 7A) and Lauren Arikan (District 7B)- Last month, a train carrying chemicals, including vinyl chloride, derailed, and hundreds of residents in a small town in Ohio were instructed to evacuate immediately. To avert a possible explosion, toxic and potentially deadly fumes […]

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Nottingham Parkville Perry Hall Rosedale School White Marsh

New Middle School Map Selected for BCPS Board of Education

The Central and Northeast Area Middle School Boundary Study Committee announced they are sending a new map Option E to the BCPS Board of Education for approval. This map is very similar to Option A that kept most of the current boundaries in place in northeast Baltimore County. Option A had the students around the […]

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Del. Long: “We Don’t Need Ohio’s Toxic Water at Back River”

– the following article was submitted by 6th District Delegate Bob Long – I was very upset to hear that the toxic water from the Ohio Train Derailment was going to be treated at the Back River Wastewater Treatment Plant (WTTP). This news came out last Friday, March 24th around 2 p.m.   The plan was […]

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Events White Marsh

Budweiser Clydesdales Return to THE AVENUE

The AVENUE at White Marsh announced that the Budweiser Clydesdales will return to THE AVENUE on Saturday April 8. “The world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales, the symbol of quality and tradition for Anheuser-Busch since 1933, are scheduled to make an appearance at THE AVENUE on Saturday, April 8, at approximately 1 p.m. The eight-horse hitch will be […]

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911 Dundalk

Auto Theft Reported in Eastwood

Baltimore County Police reported an auto theft in the Eastwood area near the Baltimore County/City line. According to Precinct 12 Dundalk, a person’s vehicle was stolen from in the 7100 block of Gough Street by an unknown suspect(s). The theft was reported on Monday, March 27 around 11 p.m. There was no information on the […]

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911 Fire Middle River

Laundromat Fire Reported in Middle River

The White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company reported a Middle River laundromat fire last night in the 900 block of Middle River Road. The fire was reported on Tuesday, March 28 at 9:54 p.m. According to reports, fire crews arrived and saw two clothes dryers on fire and the building was full of smoke. For more […]

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Dundalk Essex Government

County Council Pass Resolution to Support City’s Decision on Wasterwater

Baltimore County Council Todd Crandell announced that he and has fellows six Baltimore County Councilmembers passed a resolution in support of Baltimore City’s decision to not allow the treatment of toxic water from an Ohio train derailment. “The County Council just convened an Emergency Legislative Session in which we unanimously passed Resolution 5-23. This resolution […]

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Essex School

Chesapeake & Eastern Tech Grads to be Featured on Amazon Show

-Asia Lee, photo courtesy of BCPS- Graduates of Chesapeake, Eastern Technical and Franklin high schools are featured on the May 23 episode of Amazon Prime’s “The College Tour” show. The episode, which can be viewed now on the CCBC blog, focuses on highlighting the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) from student and alumni perspectives. […]

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Dundalk Edgemere Essex Government

Baltimore City Won’t Permit Treatment of Ohio Toxic Train Water

-Baltimore City Mayor Brandon Scott sent a letter to Clean Harbors of Baltimore denying their request to pretreat wastewater from a East Palestine, OH train derailment- Baltimore Mayor Brandon M. Scott announced that the City of Baltimore will not permit Clean Harbors of Baltimore, Inc. to pretreat the wastewater from the train derailment in East […]

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Essex Rosedale Sports

CCBC Essex Wins First Title in Women’s Basketball

-photo courtesy of NJCAA Basketball Twitter page- CCBC Essex Woman’s basketball won its first ever national title with an overtime win over Richard Bland out of Virginia in the NJCAA Division II title game. The team is coached by Mike Seney. The Lady Knights were led in the title game by Tyler Gray’s career high […]

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