Entertainment, Events, Family

Chesapeake Concert Band to perform at Angel Park on Wednesday

UPDATE: Angel Park has announced that tonight’s concert has been cancelled. Original story below… —— PERRY HALL, MD – A fun, family concert is coming to Perry Hall tonight. The Chesapeake Concert Band will be performing at Angel Park at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 5th. Advertisement Residents are invited to come, listen, and relax to a free, family-friendly program …


Education

Gunpowder Elementary teacher named among Towson University’s Twenty Tigers in their Twenties

Brianna Sosnowski, a special educator at Gunpowder Elementary School, is among the Twenty Tigers in their Twenties recently honored by the Towson University Alumni Association. The program is designed to honor Towson University alumni, between the ages of 20 and 32, whose achievements have significantly enhanced their professions, communities, and/or Towson University. Sosnowski graduated from Towson University in 2014 with …


New restrooms installed at Angel Park

New restrooms have opened at Angel Park in Perry Hall. The facility, which is located near the Angel Park entrance at Honeygo Boulevard, replaces portable bathrooms that had been temporarily sited on the opposite end of the playground. The portable bathrooms have been removed. Advertisement “A permanent comfort station is one of the last major improvements we needed done at …

Angel Park celebrates second anniversary

A popular Perry Hall playground marked its second anniversary over the weekend. Angel Park had a birthday bash on Sunday commemorating the two-year anniversary of the park’s opening. Kanye Twitty performed live music and the Oriole Bird and Councilman David Marks were in attendance as well. Angel Park began from an idea that came to Kelli and Andy Szczybor after the …

Governor Hogan honors locals at CCBC Essex, tours Franklin Square Hospital

On Monday, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan held a cabinet meeting at the Community College of Baltimore County’s Essex campus. The governor, along with Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford, also honored many prominent community volunteers and organizations at today’s meeting. Among those presented with citations were Angel Park’s Kelli Szczybor, the Back River Restoration Committee, White Marsh resident Robert Romadka Sr. (a …

Councilman David Marks to seek re-election

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks announced on Tuesday that he would seek re-election, pledging to continue his “record of bipartisan and independent leadership for the citizens of the Fifth District,” according to the official press release. “While other governments are embroiled in partisanship and stalemate, we have worked across party lines to deliver unprecedented results for the Fifth District—three new …