Month: April 2023

911 Essex Fire

Vehicle Fire Reported in Essex

-photo courtesy of Essex Volunteer Fire Company-  Crews from the Essex Volunteer Fire Company reported a vehicle fire in the 1900 block of Middleborough Road between Sassafras Road & Oak Avenue in Essex. The fire was reported on Friday, April 28 around 9 p.m. and it was reported as threat to a nearby structure. Crews […]

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911 Police

Two Suspects Arrested in White Marsh Shooting

Detectives with the Baltimore County Police Department arrested two suspects in connection with the April 10 shooting that occurred in White Marsh. Detectives have determined the shooting occurred on White Marsh Boulevard between Bel Air Road and Perry Hall Boulevard. The shooting happened as the suspects pulled along the victim’s car and began to fire […]

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4th of July Dundalk

Rides to Return to Dundalk Heritage Fair

-photo courtesy of Dundalk Heritage Fair Association- The Dundalk Heritage Fair Association announced that carnival rides are returning back to the popular Independence Day weekend event in Dundalk. The fair is scheduled from Friday, June 30 to Sunday, July 2, but will open a day earlier for rides. “RIDES WILL BE BACK FOR THE 2023 […]

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Middle River Politics

Councilman Marks: “Revoke the Lafarge PUD”

–The following article was submitted by Fifth District Baltimore County Councilman David Marks- The Lafarge Quarry includes over 400 acres along Earls Road, one of the largest undeveloped private properties in Middle River. In August of 2022, the Baltimore County Council voted to extend public water to this area. Two months later, the Council supported […]

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Essex Police

Essex Officer Wins Exceptional Performance Award

–photo courtesy of Baltimore County Police – Officer N. Thompson of the Essex Precinct won the 2023 Exceptional Performance Award issued by the Baltimore County Police Foundation. According to Baltimore County Police, his notable achievements included demonstrating the department’s core values and his work and dedication in often complex traffic enforcement and criminal investigations

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District 7 Delegates: “Crime Cannot be Ignored or Excused”

– The following article was submitted by Delegates Ryan Nawrocki & Kathy Szeliga (District 7A) and Lauren Arikan (District 7B)- In a recent survey by Delegates Nawrocki and Szeliga, crime was by and far the top concern for citizens. And juvenile crime tops that category. We must go back to holding juveniles accountable for their […]

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911 Fullerton Police

High School Student Fatally Shot on Rossville Blvd. in Fullerton

Baltimore County police officers responded to Belair Road at Rossville Boulevard in Fullerton for a reported shooting on Sunday, April 23 at 9:45 p.m. When officers arrived on the scene, they located a juvenile male suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was transported to an area hospital, where he was pronounced deceased. He was […]

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911 Dundalk Police

Precinct 12—Dundalk Crime Blotter

This is the Precinct 12—Dundalk Crime Blotter for last week First Degree Assault: Just prior to the leaving the 7600 block of Merritt Point in the victim’s car, the suspect and victim were involved in a physical altercation on April 22. Robbery: An unknown suspect with a weapon attempted to steal items in the 1100-block […]

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4th of July Fullerton

Fullerton Fireworks Scheduled for July 1

The Fullerton Fireworks at Fullerton Field 4304 Fullerton Avenue will return on Saturday, July 1 with entertainment starting at 2 p.m. and the firework show beginning at 9:15 p.m. Food vendors will be on site. According to its Facebook page, the music performances this year include Lutherville School Rock (2 p.m.), No Promises (3:30 p.m.), […]

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Rosedale School

BCPS Recommends Closing Golden Ring Middle School

As part of its strategy to improve learning environments and reduce overcrowding in northeastern county middle schools, Baltimore County Public Schools plans to close Golden Ring Middle School to students and repurpose the building for future use. BCPS Superintendent Dr. Darryl L. Williams notified the Board of Education of the plan at the Board’s April […]

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