Month: June 2023

4th of July Perry Hall

Maryland Army National Guard Band to Perform at Angel Park

Angel Park invites the public out to the park at 9685 Honeygo Blvd. to watch the 229th Maryland Army National Guard Band help celebrate America with a concert on Sunday, July 2 at 3 p.m. This presentation is as part of a summer series of Family Entertainment to be held at Angel Park. Kona Ice […]

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Politics White Marsh

Marks Announces Plan to Address Apartments at White Marsh Mall

County Councilman David Marks has released a statement his opposition to converting the Old Sears building in White Marsh Mall into an apartment complex. “I inherited three major land use challenges after taking office: the potential development of the C.P. Crane plant in Bowleys Quarters, the proposed warehouse project at the Lafarge Quarry in Middle […]

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4th of July Dundalk Fullerton Kingsville

Independence Day Event Schedule in Eastern Baltimore County

Here is a list of parades, fireworks and festivals in eastern Baltimore County over this weekend. If we missed any, please email us at Friday, June 30 to Sunday, July 2 Dundalk Heritage Fair Heritage Park 2717 Playfield Street, Dundalk MD, 21222 The Heritage Fair will include music, food, beer garden, rides, games and arts and crafts. […]

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911 Chase

Vehicle Fire Reported in Back of Chase Home

The White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company reported a vehicle fire in the back of a house in Ebenezer Road near Earls Beach Road in Chase on Thursday. A second engine was called to the scene around 1:46 p.m. An ambulance also responded for a civilian with burns.

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Traffic White Marsh

MDTA Allows Toll Rate Ranges for the I-95 ETL and 695 ramps.

The Maryland Transportation Authority Board today approved toll rate ranges for the I-95 Express Toll Lanes Northbound Extension and I-695 ramps. The decision follows an extensive public comment process that began in January and concluded with today’s vote by the Board during its livestreamed meeting to approve the toll rate ranges. At the meeting, agency […]

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911 Essex

Man Dies From S. Marlyn Avenue Incident in Essex

Baltimore County Police reported that 26-year-old Adrian Hutton suffered a fatal injury on Tuesday, June 27 in the unit block of S. Marlyn Avenue. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner will determine cause of death. This remains an open investigation. Updates will be provided as additional information becomes available.

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“Straight Outta Dundalk” Taking Over Social Media

-from left to right: Joshua Grosscup, Logan Lambert and Finch Flores make music on top of the Boulevard Diner in Dundalk, photo courtesy of Pink Elefants-  One of the biggest social media stars in Dundalk right now is the Rapping Roofer known as Logan Lambert. His video “Straight Outta Dundalk “has been seen all over social […]

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Essex School

Kenwood High’s Two-Time Principal of Year is Leaving School

Kenwood High School principal Brian Powell announced that he is leaving the Essex school. He sent out a letter to Kenwood High families stating that he is leaving the school to take another position. He did not eblorate on his new position. (RELATED: Perry Hall High principal to leave school) Powell has had a rememberable […]

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Covid Vaccines Caused Harm to Maryland Citizens

–The following article was submitted by Delegates Ryan Nawrocki & Kathy Szeliga (District 7A) and Lauren Arikan (District 7B) about how the harm of Covid vaccines– For the past three years, Americans have heard one unified message from all levels of state and national leadership concerning the novel Coronavirus: a vaccine is coming; a vaccine […]

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Perry Hall School

Perry Hall High Principal to Leave School

–Craig Reed (middle) pictured with Board Member Julie Henn & Councilman David Marks- BCPS Fifth District School Board Member Julie Henn announced that Perry Hall High principal Craig Reed is leaving the school to take a leadership position with BCPS. Reed has been at the school since 2019 after arriving as principal from Patapsco High […]

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