Repair crews are responding to the scene after downed wires prompted a road closure in White Marsh/Middle River on Saturday night.
At just after 8 p.m., Pulaski Highway (Route 40) was shut down at Reames Road (21220).
A utility pole is down and power lines are blocking the roadway.
There has been no ETA on repairs.
Motorists should use an alternate route.
Students interested in attending college – and their parents – can meet representatives of more than 100 universities, colleges, and proprietary and military schools at College Fair 2018.
The event is co-sponsored by Baltimore County Public Schools and the Community College of Baltimore County.
While information about schools can be obtained online, college fairs offer distinct benefits. At a college fair, students are able to ask questions, discover colleges that they hadn’t considered, make personal connections and positive impressions with college representatives, and learn firsthand what makes each campus unique.
College Fair 2018 will be held on:
Tuesday, March 6, 2018
6 – 8 p.m.
Wellness and Athletics Center
7201 Rossville Blvd., 21237
Wednesday, March 7, 2018
6 – 8 p.m.
Jack Manley Wellness and Athletics Center
800 S. Rolling Rd., 21228
The schools participating in this year’s college fair are:
Baltimore City Community College
Capitol Technology University
Cedar Crest College
Christopher Newport University
Coastal Carolina University
Columbia College Chicago
Community College of Baltimore County
Coppin State University
Davis and Elkins College
Delaware Valley College
Fairleigh Dickinson University
Fairmont State University
Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising*
Florida Institute of Technology
Frostburg State University
George Washington University
Harrisburg University of Science & Technology
High Point University
Johns Hopkins University
Kent State University
La Salle University
Loyola University Maryland
Maine Maritime Academy
Massachusetts Maritime Academy
Mount St. Mary’s University
New Jersey Institute of Technology
North Carolina Wesleyan College
North Central College
Old Dominion University
Penn State University
Pennsylvania College of Art and Design*
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Robert Morris University
Rochester Institute of Technology
Saint Joseph’s University
Saint Vincent College
Savannah College of Art & Design
Seton Hall University
Seton Hill University
St. Bonaventure University
St. John’s College
St. Mary’s College of Maryland
Sweet Briar College
The College of New Jersey
The University of Alabama
University of Baltimore
University of Cincinnati
University of Dayton
University of Maryland Baltimore County
University of Maryland Eastern Shore*
University of Mary Washington
University of Mount Olive
University of New England
University of North Carolina Wilmington
University of Pittsburgh Greensburg
University of South Carolina
University of the Sciences
Virginia Commonwealth University
Virginia Military Institute
West Chester University of Pennsylvania
West Virginia University
Wheeling Jesuit University
York College of Pennsylvania
*CCBC Catonsville Campus Only
Crews were at the scene of a house fire in Middle River on Friday night.
At just after 9 p.m., emergency personnel responded to a home on Mariners Walk Way (21220).
At the scene, firefighters found heavy fire and smoke pouring from a three-story dwelling.
The fire was brought under control at just after 9:30 p.m.
Paramedics rescued one victim who had been trapped inside, however that individual was later pronounced dead.
The victim has not yet been identified.
The cause of the blaze is still under investigation at this hour.
At its meeting on Tuesday, February 20, the Baltimore County Board of Education will consider “Honeygo Elementary School” as the name of the new northeastern elementary school.
The 725-seat school will open this September near Joppa Road and Chapel Road in Perry Hall.
By a 59 to 41 percent, “Honeygo” was the top choice over “Honeygo Run.”
The presentation to the Baltimore County Board of Education can be viewed by clicking here.
“I would like to thank the hundreds of residents who provided names and voted in the survey,” said Julie Henn, member of the Board of Education and a Perry Hall parent. “There is a lot of interest and excitement.”
“While my personal vote was for Honeygo Run, I believe that either name captures the spirit of this school, the first to be built in Perry Hall in a quarter-century,” added Councilman David Marks. “I would like to thank all those parents who worked with my office and my colleagues to support the construction of Honeygo Elementary School.”
Three new schools are budgeted to be built in northeastern Baltimore County between now and 2021.
Two new elementary schools and a middle school will provide relief for overcrowded classrooms in the area.