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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Multiple Robberies Reported by Essex Precinct

Three robberies were reported in Essex Precinct 11 last week. The first robbery was reported on Sunday, Sept. 10. According to the report, unknown suspects assaulted and robbed a victim in the 100 block of Riverthorn Road in Hawthrone. The incident was reported around 9 p.m. The next robbery was reported in the 500 block […]

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Perry Hall & Dundalk Remain Undefeated Before Next Week’s Game

-Perry Hall and Dundalk (pictured from 2022) both go into next week’s game undefeated- All weekend football games were played on either Thursday or on Monday. The results started off slow as five local schools combined to go to 0-5 on Thursday, but the four other teams on Monday went 3-1. Here are some of […]

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Essex Government

County Giving Out Reusable Bags Before Plastic Bag Ban

Baltimore County’s plastic bag ban begins Nov. 1. This ban will prohibit the distribution of single-use plastic checkout bags at the point of sale in order to reduce the significant negative impact of plastic bag litter in our communities, waterways, and at the County’s recycling center. To assist with the transition ahead of this new […]

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Essex School

Two Eastern Tech Students Named National Merit Semifinalists

Two Eastern Tech High Students were two of 12 Baltimore County Public Schools students that have been named semifinalists in the 69th annual National Merit Scholarship Program coordinated by the National Merit Scholarship Corp. The honored Eastern Tech students are Nathan D. Brojan and Cadence J. Scott. “Congratulations to these students for their outstanding academic […]

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Essex Events

Essex Fall Movie Nights to be Held

This Fall the Essex Community Development Corporation in partnership with Chesapeake Gateway Chamber of Commerce is hosting TWO FREE Outdoor Movie Nights! Dates and movies are as follows: Friday, 9/22 from 6-9pm – Super Mario Bros. Friday, 10/27 from 6-9pm – Coco “Stay tuned for more details and information including food, activities and giveaways! We’re […]

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Essex Events

Essex Day Festival 2023

Essex Day Festival 2023 The 48th annual Essex Day Festival will take place on Saturday, Sept. 16 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the 400 & 500 blocks Eastern Blvd. Here are some of the events of the day. Essex Day Car Show The Essex Day Car Show will feature trophies and cash prizes, […]

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Tornado Warning Issued for Perry Hall Region

The National Weather Service Baltimore/Washington has issued a Tornado Warning for Perry Hall, Edgewood and Joppatowne until 12:30 a.m. A flash flood emergency is also in put in the Baltimore area until 3;15 a.m. A severe thunderstorm warning is in place for Edgemere, Middle River and Essex until 12:30 a.m.

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Essex Precinct 11 Officer of the Month

Officer B. Huerman has been named Essex Precinct 11 Officer of the Month. According to the Essex Precint, Officer Huerman demonstrated knowledge of the area. He patrols the community that he serves and safety arrested an individual known to the dangerous. His supervisor remarked that Officer Huerman has reliability willingness to handle any task assigned. […]

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Heritage Society to Host Speaker Series

The Heritage Society of Essex and Middle River will host their latest Speaker Series this Thursday, Sept. 14. They announced they are hosting local author Howard Smith who will discuss his book “Up the Line,” the History of the Philadelphia, Wilmington, Baltimore Railroad which was the major transportation in the area in the 1840s. The […]

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