Business, Emergency Response, Government

Councilman Marks: space included for police substation in Fitch Avenue project

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks announced on Wednesday that the developer of a commercial project in the Fullerton area will dedicate space for a police substation. SAFStor, Inc., will allocate room in its facility where police can hold meetings and conduct business closer to the Fullerton and Rossville Boulevard areas. Additionally, the building will have three storage units that a local …


Business, Government, Real Estate

Marks: Perry Hall McDonald’s opens on schedule [PHOTOS]

The Perry Hall McDonald’s is once again open for business. As reported last week, the restaurant was slated to reopen in early February and its doors are now open. Councilman David Marks stopped by today to pay a visit to the newly-rebuilt fast food hub. “Last week, I passed along the news that the Perry Hall McDonald’s would open in …


Gov. Hogan delivers 2019 State of the State

On Wednesday, January 30, 2019, Governor Larry Hogan delivered the annual State of the State. Here is the full text: “My fellow Marylanders: I am humbled to once again stand before this general assembly after four years of bipartisan cooperation and historic progress to report on the state of our great state. Mr. Speaker, thank you for extending the courtesy …

Parkville woman claims winning $775K Multi-Match ticket

The woman who won last week’s $775,000 Multi-Match jackpot after buying a ticket in Carney has claimed her prize. Although she learned of her good luck at the start of a busy day, the local insurance agent maintained her composure and gave no one a clue that Maryland Lottery luck had come her way. The Parkville resident plays Multi-Match twice a …

Artwork by BCPS students earned honors in two contests, one juried art exhibition

TOWSON – Artwork by Baltimore County Public Schools students has earned honors in two contests and one juried art exhibition. Two BCPS students earned honors in the Maryland Art Education Association Youth Art Month Maryland Flag Contest. Kimberly Zepeda Garcia, a Grade 10 student at Parkville High School, was named the high school level winner. Her art teacher is Matt …

Gov. Hogan announces #MDHelps effort to support federal workers during government shutdown

ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Larry Hogan on Thursday announced #MDHelps, a state multi-agency effort to support federal workers who have been affected by the ongoing partial government shutdown. The initiative was announced at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, where the governor greeted federal workers from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and FBI, as well as Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) air traffic …