Government

Md. Department of Disabilities announces Delegate Christian Miele as Deputy Secretary

Secretary Carol Beatty announced on Thursday the appointment of Delegate Christian J. Miele, Esq., as Deputy Secretary of the Maryland Department of Disabilities. The appointment is effective January 9, the date Miele completes his term of office in the Maryland House of Delegates. “Christian worked hard representing his constituents in Baltimore County, and his experience in health, behavioral health, and …


Government, Traffic

Marks, Cluster, Miele: Planning underway to relieve congestion at busy White Marsh intersection

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks and Delegates Joe Cluster and Christian Miele announced on Monday that the State Highway Administration would advance a plan to reduce congestion at the intersection of White Marsh Boulevard and Honeygo Boulevard. In response to Councilman Marks, SHA District Engineer Wendy Wolcott wrote the following: “You will be happy to know that there are planned …


Marks: Traffic light recommended at Perry Hall intersection

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks announced on Wednesday that the Maryland State Highway Administration has recommended a that traffic light be installed at the intersection of Belair Road and Klausmier Road in Perry Hall. The recommendations comes after Councilman Marks convened a task force to look at traffic improvements in this area, and after months of study by the professional …

Weis Markets opens new store in Nottingham

Weis Markets on Wednesday celebrated the grand opening of its new store in Fullerton Plaza in Nottingham. The 67,500 square-foot supermarket, which anchors the re-built Fullerton Plaza shopping center, is the company’s 52nd location in Maryland and twelfth in Baltimore County. The store, which employs more than 140 full- and part-time associates, features a large produce department with an expansive …

Maryland’s Rolling 9/11 Memorial receives piece of stone from Pentagon [PHOTOS]

An important historical artifact has come to Maryland. On Wednesday, Maryland’s 9/11 Rolling Memorial, created by The Hope and Peace Foundation, received one of the five remaining pieces of stone from the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the Pentagon. The piece was mounted to the rolling memorial in remembrance of all who died that day, including the 53 Marylanders …

Marks, Miele announce construction of new sidewalks in Dunfield

Councilman David Marks and Delegate Christian Miele on Friday announced the start of a sidewalk project along Dunfield Road in northeastern Baltimore County. The Baltimore County Department of Public Works has begun construction on sidewalks along Dunfield Road from Tapu Court to Kintore Drive. The request was made by a local constituent and included in the sidewalk budget for the …