Business, Entertainment

All About Burger closing its doors on The Avenue

WHITE MARSH, MD—Another restaurant is set to close its doors in White Marsh. All About Burger on The Avenue will close on Sunday, February 23, 2020. “It was a pleasure to serve you for more than ten years,” the company said on Facebook. “All About Burger Whitemarsh [sic] will be closed after Sunday, February 23rd, 2020 due to the lease …


Education, Events, Sci-Tech

BCPS middle school, high school students to test their STEM knowledge

TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County Public Schools students from 18 middle schools and 13 high schools will spend a Saturday morning testing their STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) knowledge by participating in the annual BCPS Physics Olympics, Chemathon, and Middle School STEM Fair. For the Physics Olympics and Chemathon the challenges aren’t revealed until the day of the event, but in general, …


Baltimore County announces Economic Development Advisory Board

TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski on Friday issued an Executive Order to create the Baltimore County Economic Development Advisory Board, which will provide input and guidance to the administration on economic development, job creation, workforce development, tourism, arts and culture, and other aspects of the County’s economy. “Baltimore County is already an extraordinary place to do business, with one …

Outcry builds after Loch Raven High uses Trump image next to Nazi symbols in AP classroom

PARKVILLE, MD—Public outcry is building after students at Loch Raven High School were shown a classroom slide presenting President Donald Trump next to Nazi and communist symbols. A slide in an AP History class at the school showed President Trump alongside pictures of a Nazi swastika and hammer-and-sickle, which is frequently used to depict communism. The text “wants to round …

Baltimore man convicted in connection with carjacking ring that operated in Baltimore County

BALTIMORE, MD—Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh on Friday announced the conviction of a Baltimore man on charges connected to a violent carjacking ring. Justin Scroggings, 25, of Baltimore, was part of a ring that operated in multiple counties in Maryland. Following a bench trial, Scroggings was found guilty of common law conspiracy, participating in a theft scheme of over …

BCPS to host Black Saga countywide finals

TOWSON, MD—The public is invited to attend the finals of the annual Baltimore County Public Schools Black Saga Competition. Teams from elementary and middle schools from across the county will compete in a demonstration of their knowledge of African American history and culture. The keynote speaker for the finals will be Superintendent Dr. Darryl L. Williams. The finals are free, …

Celerate Mardi Gras at Looney’s Pub Perry Hall

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Celebrate Mardi Gras at Looney’s Pub in Perry Hall. The big bash will be held on Saturday, February 22, starting a 6 p.m. Attendees will have a chance to win Opening Day Orioles tickets, a tailgate package, and all you can drink for two. To enter, just buy a Deep Eddy Cocktail all week long.  If you see a …

Hazmat crews responding to Rosedale chemical spill

ROSEDALE, MD—Hazmat crews are on the scene of a chemical spill in Rosedale. At just after 8:30 a.m., units responded to the 7400-block of Pulaski Highway for a report of a chemical spill inside of a business. Approximately 40 gallons of chemical spilled onto the floor of the business. The hazmat team is conducting mitigation efforts to contain the spill. …