Month: August 2023

Dundalk Politics

Del. Long: Bear Creek Sediments Update

–the following article was submitted by Sixth District Delegate Bob Long about the community meeting regarding the Bear Creek Sediments Superfund Site- I attended the Bear Creek Sediments Superfund Site community update meeting on August 24th. The Bear Creek Sediments Site consists of a minimum of 60 acres of contaminated sediments in the waters of […]

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School Sports

BCPS Lists “Safety Expectations” at Athletic Events

With the fall sports season underway, Baltimore County Public Schools sent out its “Safety Expectations” for participants and spectators at BCPS athletic events. The following statement is below: Baltimore County Public School is committed to providing a safe and supportive environment for all staff, students and spectators participating in athletic events. Athletic programs positively impact […]

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Essex Traffic

Essex-Middle River Gateway Sign Returns

The Essex Community Development Corporation (ECDC) announced that The Essex Middle River Gateway sign has been reinstalled after it was damaged over a year ago. “We are THRILLED to share that the Essex Middle River Gateway sign at Eastern Ave./Old Eastern Ave. was replaced today after a car struck the sign in the spring of […]

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Dundalk Events

Dundalk Paintings Available on Thursday

Dundalk Dimes “Paintings by Sam Iaconi” will have an opening night on Thursday, Aug. 31 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Forge, 11 Center Place in Old Dundalk. There will be original Dundalk Plein Air Painting. Painting Prints will be available at $7 and up. Iaconi encourages everyone to attend. “Come see what I’ve […]

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Carney School

Physical Altercation with Bus Driver Reported in Carney

Harford Hills Elementary School in Carney reported a physical altercation between a bus driver and a parent on Tuesday. A letter from the school stated that emergency crews were called to the scene and the bus driver received medical attention as a result of this incident. Fifth District BCPS School Board Member Julie Henn shared […]

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Overlea School

BCPS Superintendent to Meet With Special Education Community in Overlea

Members of the Team BCPS special education community are invited to meet Superintendent Dr. Myriam Yarbrough on August 30 at Overlea High School. During the event, Dr. Yarbrough will engage with students, families, staff and stakeholders, share key priorities for the upcoming school year, and answer questions. Allison Myers, executive director of the Department of Special Education, will […]

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Business Rosedale

Price Rite Supermarket in Rosedale to Closing in October

–photo courtesy of Councilman Mike Ertel– Multiple media outlets reported that the Price Rite Supermarket in Rosedale is closing. The grocery store on Chesaco Avenue is slated to close in October. Many residents in the area are upset because Price Rite is the closest grocery store in the area. Councilman Mike Ertel said he will […]

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Events Government Middle River

Adoption Express At Route 40 PetSmart on Wednesday

Baltimore County Animal Services continues their “Clear the Shelter” month with an Adoption Express event in the White Marsh/Middle River area. The event will be held at the PetSmart at 9822 Pulaski Highway on Wednesday, Aug. 30 from 4 to 6 p.m. The County shelter is located at 13800 Manor Road in Baldwin and will […]

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911 Rosedale

Bicyclist Killed in Rosedale Crash

Baltimore County Police responded to the area of Rossville Boulevard and Franklin Square Drive in Rosedale on Saturday for a motor vehicle crash that involved a bicyclist. Detectives with the Baltimore County Police Crash Team have determined the bicyclist was traveling eastbound on Rossville Boulevard on Aug. 26 at 8:08 p.m. When she attempted to […]

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Defenders Day Held at Fort Howard Park

Defenders Days returned to Fort Howard Park with a day of activities to remember the War of 1812. Some of those activities included two reenactments of the Battle of North Point. The event was held on Saturday, Aug. 25 and was organized by the Dundalk-Patapsco Neck Historical Society. Micheal Andy hosted the opening ceremonies, which […]

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