Family, Politics, Sci-Tech, Weather

Councilman Marks reminds residents of storm-related resources

PERRY HALL, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Monday reminded residents of resources as hurricane season begins in earnest. To report storm-related issues such as downed wires, visit https://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/Agencies/publicworks/StormFighter/. To receive automatic outage alerts from BGE, sign up at https://secure.bge.com/Outages/CheckOutageStatus/pages/EnrollOutage.aspx. If outages do occur, customers can track outages on the BGE outage map: https://www.bge.com/Outages/CheckOutageStatus/Pages/OutageMap.aspx. “As we prepare for the remnants …


Education, Family, Health

One BCPS summer meal location added, one closed

TOWSON, MD—Effective, Monday, July 27, a distribution location at Arlington Baptist Church in Windsor Mill will be added to the Baltimore County Public Schools Summer Meals Program. A distribution location at Dogwood Elementary School has been closed due to low participation at that location. The Summer Meals program, offered each year by Baltimore County Public Schools, is providing free meals …


Perry Hall Food Trucks’ weekly schedule for 7/27 – 8/2 announced

NOTTINGHAM, MD—The weekly lineup for Perry Hall Food Trucks has been announced. This week’s schedule is as follows: Mon. 7/27, 4-8PM: Food Truck Dinner – Craving Potato Factory Wed. 7/29, 4-8PM: Food Truck Dinner – Pasta La Vista, Baby! + Jackson’s Bakery Fri. 7/31, 4-8PM: Food Truck Dinner – The Smoking Swine + Friday Night Sweets – Miss Twist Ice …

Frosh requests extension of moratorium on evictions

BALTIMORE, MD—On behalf of the Attorney General’s COVID-19 Access to Justice Task Force, Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh this week sent a letter to the chief judges of the Court of Appeals and the District Court of Maryland requesting the Court extend its moratoria on eviction actions and debt collection cases until January 31, 2021. In its letter to …

Maryland child care moves forward as part of State’s overall Stage 2 recovery

BALTIMORE, MD—In tandem with the State of Maryland’s advancement into Stage 2 of Governor Hogan’s Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery, the Maryland State Department of Education is moving forward as outlined in “Maryland Together: Maryland’s Recovery Plan for Child Care.” As additional family and center-based child care programs reopen, the state will transition away from unlicensed return to only authorizing …

Perry Hall Food Trucks to celebrate Maryland Food Truck Week in Seven Courts

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Maryland Food Truck Week is here and Perry Hall Food Trucks will be celebrating. Every year, Maryland Food Truck Week gives visitors and residents a chance to dive into the unique culmination of culinary delights throughout Maryland. Initiated in the Greater Baltimore Metropolitan Area, food truck week has become the largest promotion on the local food truck scene, gathering …

BurgerFi celebrates grand opening on THE AVENUE at White Marsh

NOTTINGHAM, MD—The White Marsh area’s newest burger joint is officially open for business. BurgerFi held a grand opening and ribbon-cutting on THE AVENUE at White Marsh on Friday morning. The new restaurant is offering $5 burgers this weekend to celebrate. All active military and veterans will also receive a free star spangled custard. BurgerFi, founded in South Florida in 2011, …

Maryland Natural Resources Police enforcing ‘Operation Dry Water’ to curb impaired boating

NOTTINGHAM, MD—The Independence Day holiday weekend means more boaters on the water, which can also bring an increase in boating incidents and fatalities. From July 3-5, the Maryland Natural Resources Police will partner with the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators and the U.S. Coast Guard in the Operation Dry Water campaign of awareness and enforcement to reduce boating …