Police/Fire, Traffic

Crash with injuries reported on Cromwell Bridge Road

PARKVILLE, MD—Crews are on the scene of a Saturday morning crash in Parkville. The crash was reported at around 10 a.m. in front of Cromwell Valley Park in the 2100-block of Cromwell Bridge Road (21234), according to the Providence Volunteer Fire Company. One of the vehicles reportedly belonged to a beekeeper who was hauling bees. Minor injuries have been reported. …


Police/Fire, Traffic

Cromwell Bridge Road closed due to downed tree

PARKVILLE, MD—Authorities say a busy road near Carney has been closed due to a downed tree. Cromwell Bridge Road has been closed at Loch Raven Drive (21234) due to a massive tree that has fallen into the roadway. The entrance to Cromwell Valley Park was also currently blocked as of 1 p.m. on Sunday. Crews are on scene and working …


Councilman Marks: Downzone property to protect Cromwell Bridge Road area

PARKVILLE, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks announced on Monday his support for downzoning a publicly-owned property that overlooks Cromwell Valley Park along Cromwell Valley Road. The 4.9-acre property stretches along the ridge and is currently zoned one house per acre. Coumcilman Marks will support Neighborhood Commons, or open space, zoning. The zoning issue is #5-074. Councilman Marks previously downzoned much …

Family Nature Play Day comes to Cromwell Valley Park this weekend

PARKVILLE, MD – A day of family fun is coming to Cromwell Valley Park this weekend. Family Nature Play Day will be held on Sunday, August 18, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. There will be outdoor games, guided trail walks, stream-searching, mud face painting, song circles, storytelling, live animal encounters, and natural art experiences. Nature-based educators will help dig …

Councilman Marks endorses protective zoning for scenic Cromwell Valley corridor

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Monday said that he would recommend that the zoning along a major section of the Cromwell Bridge Road corridor be reduced to the lowest point allowed for development. The 167-acre area stretches from Goucher Boulevard across the southern side of Cromwell Bridge Road to Satyr Hill Road. It includes forested property once part of …