Month: October 2023

911 Parkville Police

Teenager Fatally Shot in Parkville

Officers assigned to the Baltimore County Police Department’s Parkville Precinct responded to the 7300 block of McClean Parkville in reference to reports of a shooting on Monday, Oct. 30 just before 10:30 p.m. Shortly after officers arrived, they located a teenage male suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The teen was transported to an […]

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911 Essex Traffic

Crash with Entrapment Reported on Monday Night in Essex

-photo courtesy of Essex Volunteer Fire Company- Crews from the Essex Volunteer Fire Company reported a motor vehicle collision with entrapment at the intersection of Route 702 & Middleborough Road in Essex on Monday Oct. 30 around 9:14 p.m. An ambulance was right around the corner wrapping up on a separate call when they were […]

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911 Traffic White Marsh

Vehicle crash reported at Philadelphia Rd and Campbell Blvd

–photo courtesy of White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company- Crews responded to a vehicle crash at Philadelphia Rd and Campbell Blvd in White Marsh on Saturday, Oct. 28 around 6:49 p.m. According to the White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company, a Maryland State Police – Aviation Command medevac helicopter and Shock Trauma Go Team were requested while […]

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Sparrows Point Traffic

I-695 repairs and rehabilitation project in Sparrows Point

The Maryland Transportation Authority Board today approved a $33.2 million contract for the I-695 Repairs and Rehabilitation project at Sparrows Point near Bear Creek in Baltimore County. Expected to begin major construction early in 2024, this system preservation project is necessary to address settlement of I-695 that has occurred since it was widened to a […]

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Del. Long “Baltimore Regional Water Task Force- Discussion”

-The following article was submitted by Sixth District Delegate Bob Long about Baltimore Regional Water Governance Task Force- Public Discussion last week- I attended the Baltimore Regional Water Governance Task Force meeting on October 18th at CCBC Essex. The public discussions are about the future governance of our regional water and sewer system. I voiced […]

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Essex Events

Essex Movie Night This Friday Night

This Fall the Essex Community Development Corporation in partnership with Chesapeake Gateway Chamber of Commerce, Church of the Harbor, Middlesex Elementary PTA, Sandalwood Elementary, Cub Scout Pack 1913 and Essex Senior Center is hosting a FREE Outdoor Movie Night on Friday, Oct. 27 from 6 – 9 p.m. at the Essex Senior Center, 600 Dorsey […]

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Perry Hall Traffic

Virtual meeting for proposed Honeygo Circle

Councilman David Marks announced his office has arranged for the Baltimore County Department of Public Works and Transportation to hold a virtual town hall to discuss the timeline for the traffic circle to be built at Cross Road and Honeygo Boulevard. The meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, November 15 at 5 p.m. The link is […]

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911 Traffic White Marsh

School bus involved in White Marsh vehicle crash

White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company reported that emergency crews were handling a vehicle crash involving a school bus at Pulaski Highway and Ebenezer Road in White Marsh on Wednesday around 9:21 a.m. There were reports of multiple students with minor injuries. WMVFC reported eight students with minor injuries. WMVFC crews also reported a 12 minute […]

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Essex Police

Arrest Made in Essex Stabbing

Homicide detectives with the Baltimore County Police Department arrested 55-year-old Gregory Hare in the fatal assault that occurred Monday, Oct. 16 shortly after 10 p.m., in the Unit block of Eastern Boulevard in Essex. When officers arrived at the location, they found 63-year-old Keith Yeager suffering from multiple stab wounds. The victim was transported to […]

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Fort Howard Politics

Del. Long: “Cluster Boxes to Replace Ft. Howard Post Office”

–The following article was submitted by Del. Bob Long about cluster boxes being used to replace the closing Fort Howard Post Office– United States Postal Service announced last Thursday that they will be placing cluster boxes at Fort Howard Veterans Park. This will start on Tuesday, Oct. 31 as a replacement for the closing of […]

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