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Parkville Fair 2019 brings smiles, crowds [PHOTOS]

PARKVILLE, MD – The 2019 Parkville Fair was held on Sunday, September 8, and it was a picture-perfect day. After rain dampened last year’s affair, organizers were pleased with Sunday’s beautiful weather. “This was our first year away from Harford Road with nice weather,” said Chris Montcalmo, president of the Parkville-Carney Business Association, which organizes the annual event. “Given last …


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Active shooter exercise to be held at Martin State Airport

MIDDLE RIVER, MD – Middle River residents should be aware of an important military training exercise to be held this week. Councilwoman Cathy Bevins reports that the Maryland Air National Guard will be conducting an active shooter exercise on Wednesday, July 17, 2019. The exercise will take place from 10 a.m. – noon at Martin State Airport, located at 701 …


Ebenezer Road paving project to resume

MIDDLE RIVER, MD – Following a long hiatus, a paving project in Middle River is set to resume. Councilwoman Cathy Bevins announced on Friday that the effort that began over two years ago would finally be completed. The project had to be paused due to previously-scheduled utility work. Now, a four-mile stretch of Ebenezer Road will be resurfaced and will …

Councilmembers Marks, Bevins to introduce resolution opposing Mountain Christian Church wastewater request

UPDATE: Councilman Marks stands ready to drop his opposition to the proposal – click here for details. Original story below… —— JOPPA, MD – At its meeting on July 1st, Baltimore County Councilmembers David Marks and Cathy Bevins will introduce a resolution opposing the request by Mountain Christian Church for treated wastewater discharge near the Little Gunpowder Falls. In the …

Bill allowing 200 townhomes to be built in Middle River withdrawn

MIDDLE RIVER, MD – A bill that would have allowed approximately 200 townhomes to be built along Ebenezer Road in Middle River has been withdrawn. Councilwoman Cathy Bevins announced on Monday that she had withdrawn the bill. “I want to provide an update on Bill 30-19 which I introduced.” Bevins said. “After careful consideration I have decided to withdraw the …

Marks, Henn call for Perry Hall Middle School redistricting

Elected officials are calling for a local middle school to be redistricted. On Monday, the Maryland General Assembly adjourned without passing the Build to Learn Act, which would have authorized an additional $400 million or more for school projects. As a result, several planned school projects have been delayed, including the new Nottingham-area middle school and renovations to Pine Grove …