Dundalk Traffic

Two-Way Traffic Overnight in Harbor Tunnel

The Maryland Department of Transportation reported there will be two-way traffic in the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel on I-895 this week from Monday to Thursday overnight. During tunnel closures at the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel, drivers may experience 15-20 minute delays while two-way operations (during which one lane of southbound and northbound traffic is directed into the […]

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County Fire Department Promotes Six Members

Fire Chief Joanne Rund has announced the promotions of six Baltimore County Fire Department members to the ranks of Fire Specialist and Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator. The following promotions are effective September 23: FIRE APPARATUS DRIVER/OPERATOR (FADO) EMT/FF Chase Barnett EMT/FF Joshua Colbourn EMT/FF Kevin Hudson EMT/FF Jonathan Ross EMT/FF Herbert Schlegel FIRE SPECIALIST EMT/FF Cortnie […]

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Dundalk Shooting Reported on Inverton Road

Baltimore County Police are investigating a Dundalk shooting that took place on Saturday afternoon. According to the report, officers from the Dundalk Precinct initially responded to a shooting call in the 2000 block of Inverton Road around 12:25 p.m. When officers arrived on the scene, they reported an adult male suffering from a gunshot wound. […]

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Dundalk Perry Hall Sports

Perry Hall Football Upsets Dundalk

-photo courtesy of Perry Hall Football Twitter page- Perry Hall went on the road and defeated Dundalk 14 to 7 improving to 4-0 on the season. It was the first regular home season loss for Dundalk since 2019. Dundalk lost a state semifinal home game against Arundel last year. Perry Hall quarterback Da’Shaun Conway threw […]

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Police Warn Motorists of “Warm-Up Theft”

As we enter the fall season with cooler weather approaching, Baltimore County residents may be tempted to leave their cars unattended while they warm up. The term “Warm-Up Theft” describes stealing a vehicle that has been left running and unattended. These thefts typically occur outside a home, apartment building or convenience store. They are crimes […]

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Essex Politics

Delegate Bob Long: “Juvenile Justice Reform”

-The following article was submitted by Sixth District Delegate Bob Long about the problems with the Juvenile Justice Reform bill- The Juvenile Justice Reform bill was passed in 2022 and we are starting to see the dangerous results of this bill. Sen. Jill Carter introduced this bill and all Republicans voted against the bill. Larry […]

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County Looking for Fair Election Fund Commission Members

Baltimore County Government is looking for members to serve on its Fair Election Fund Commission. The deadline to apply is October 6. The commission consists of nine members who must be confirmed by the County Council. The Commission will be responsible for estimating the amount of funding needed during the upcoming 2026 election cycle and […]

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National Weather Service Hazard Warnings for Weekend Storm

It is quiet outside this morning as the National Weather Service Baltimore/Washington stated that clouds will increase today with slightly below average temperatures. That will change thid weekend as a tropical storm is expected to cause a washout for these weekend. NWS reports a multitude of hazards are in effect for areas as a result […]

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Dundalk Renaissance Meeting on Sept. 27

Dundalk Renaissance will host their annual meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 27 from 6 to 8 p.m. This meeting provides the opportunity to see what’s happening in Dundalk and the goals for this upcoming year. The meeting will be held Dundalk Renaissance, 11 Center Pl, Dundalk, MD 21222. For more information, visit the Dundalk Renaissance website.

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D-7 Delegates “A Hopeful Future for Maryland’s Education”

–The following article was submitted by District 7 Delegates Lauren Arikan, Ryan Nawrocki and Kathy Szeliga about Mohammed Choudhury stepping down as Maryland School Superintendent– A big win for Marylanders was secured last week. In a surprising turn of events, the current Maryland School Superintendent announced that he would not be seeking a renewal of […]

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