Crews on scene of Middle River house fire

Everlasting Lane FireCrews are on the scene of a house fire in Middle River/Bowleys Quarters at this hour. 

At about 11 a.m., fire crews responded to the 3000 block of Everlasting Lane for a report of a fire. 

At the scene, fire personnel found heavy smoke showing from a mobile home. 

The fire is believed to have started in the kitchen. 

There is no word on any injuries. 

[Image below via Twitter]

Everlasting Lane Dwelling Fire

Kingsville student killed in Hydes crash

AccidentUPDATE: Kyle Snow’s funeral will be held on Friday. A GoFundMe page has been established.

Original story below…

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A student at a Kingsville private school was killed in a Saturday afternoon crash in Hydes. Two other teens were critically injured.

At 1 p.m. EDT on Saturday, emergency personnel responded to the 13200 block of Bottom Road for a report of a serious crash.

At the scene, crews found that a Dodge Ram had lost control, gone off the roadway and struck a tree.

The Dodge Ram’s 17-year-old male driver and the 16-year-old male front seat passenger were taken to Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center for treatment. Both are expected to survive.

The back seat passenger, 16-year-old Kyle Snow, a student at Redeemer Classical Christian School, was pronounced dead at the scene.
The crash is currently under investigation.

The Avenue celebrates first ducklings of the season (PHOTO)

The Avenue WMIt seems that the duckling statues at The Avenue at White Marsh have some real-life company.

The Avenue tweeted on Friday that its first ducklings of the season had hatched.

The new additions were safely relocated from their nest outside of A.C. Moore to a new home near the pond along Town Center Drive.

There’s been no word as to the ducks’ favorite Avenue store, but they reportedly racked up quite a “bill.”

The Avenue Ducklings

How ‘green’ is White Marsh Mall? (INFOGRAPHIC)

White Marsh MallHow “green” is White Marsh Mall?

Parent company General Growth Properties wants you to know that the mall, and all of its properties, are striving to make the Earth a greener place.

In 2015, GGP reduced its carbon footprint by 23,400 metric tons.

The company also reduced its water consumption by 240.8 thousand cubic meters, a decrease of 2.6% over 2014.

Find out more in the infographic below.

GGP Earth Day