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Parkville Carney Festival Returns Oct.19

–photo courtesy of Parkville Carney Festival- The Parkville Carney Festival will be taking place on Saturday, Oct. 19 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at St. Ursula Catholic Church parking lot at 8801 Harford Road in Parkville (on the Putty Hill Side). There is free admission. Vendors and family fun activities all day and some […]

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Parkville Resident Injured in I-695 Midnight Crash

Maryland State Police are investigating a three-vehicle work zone crash that occurred early Monday morning in Lutherville. The driver and passenger of a Toyota Camry involved in the crash, identified as Jamal Dates, 27 of Parkville and Marqesha Young, 27 of Baltimore, were transported by ambulance to the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in […]

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SHA to Close Ramps Overnight at I-695 and Perring Parkway

The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration will temporarily close interchange ramps and detour traffic at the I-695 (Baltimore Beltway) / MD 41 (Perring Parkway) interchange in Parkville beginning Sunday night, July 7. The overnight closures will allow contractor crews to upgrade traffic barriers (guardrail) on eight ramps through late July, weather permitting.   Crews […]

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Scarborough Named Parkville Officer of Month for May

Officer G. Scarborough has been named Parkville Precinct 8 Officer of the Month for May. “Supervisors say his dedication to profession and commitment to keeping the community safe is exceptional,” Baltimore County Police said in an offical statement. “He had several arrests during the month and worked with detectives to investigate a robbery that led […]

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73-Year-Old Killed in Perry Hall Pedestrian Crash

Baltimore County Police reported a fatal pedestrian crash in Perry Hall on Friday. Officers responded to Belair Road and Penn Avenue at approximately 8:40 a.m., for a pedestrian crash. Detectives with the Baltimore County Crash Team determined the pedestrian was attempting to cross Belair Road when he was struck by a 2016 Nissan Versa. The pedestrian, […]

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Eastern Tech Student Wins Track & Field State Title

Ameer Mowad of Eastern Tech won two state titles at MPSSAA State Track & Field Championships last week at the Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex. Mowad won the Mens 100 Meters 2A Championship with a time of 10.54a (1.7). He also finished first in the 2A 200 Meters race with a time of 21.30a […]

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Parkville High School Counselor Named Best by BCPS

The Baltimore County Association for Counseling and Development has recognized a new class of outstanding school counselors for the 2023-24 school year. “The school counselors in BCPS are vital in ensuring the academic progress, personal growth, and overall well-being of our students, and they contribute significantly to the school counseling profession,” said BCPS Superintendent Dr. […]

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Casey Named Parkville Precinct-8 Officer of the Year

Precinct-8 Parkville Officer B. Casey was awarded Officer of the Year by the Baltimore County Police Community Relations Council. Officer Casey was selected for upholding the core values of the Department, his strong commitment to traffic enforcement, and the compassionate service he has provided victims of domestic violence.

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Officer Dominick Catlette Honored on Amy Caprio Day

-photo courtesy of Sen. Kathy Klausmeier- Baltimore County Police Officer Dominick Catlette was honored on Amy Caprio Day as he was awarded the Amy Sorrells Caprio Award. Caprio was a Parkville officer that was killed in the line of duty on May 21, 2018. Amy Caprio Day was held on Sunday at the Parkville Precinct […]

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Parkville Middle Teacher Named Paraeducator of the Year

–photo courtesy of Baltimore County Public Schools- Education Support Professionals of Baltimore County (ESPBC) has named Meghan Anderson of Parkville Middle School as its Paraeducator of the Year. Anderson was surprised on the job this week with award presentatons from an entourage including Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Myriam Rogers, Chief of Staff Mildred […]

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