Business, Education, Government, Science

Councilman Marks supports $41 million in Baltimore County budget cuts

PERRY HALL, MD – At the Baltimore County Council meeting on May 18th, Fifth District Councilman David Marks supported more than $41 million in Baltimore County budget cuts identified by the nonpartisan Auditor’s office. Republicans on the Council were outvoted by the majority party, which settled for $14 million in cuts across the Departments of Public Works, the Office of …


Education, Government, Science

Baltimore ransomware attack: how are county residents affected?

TOWSON, MD – As Baltimore City works to address the ransomware attack on their computer systems, Baltimore County officials are sharing information about the possible implications for Baltimore County residents. It’s important to note that Baltimore County has not experienced a ransomware attack, however, there are a few ways county residents could impacted by the attack. County officials are working …


Water main break reported in Middle River

MIDDLE RIVER, MD – A water main break in Middle River has left several residents without water. The Department of Public Works reports that an eight-inch water main has ruptured in the 300-block of Ballard Avenue (21220). Sixty customers and two hydrants are without service. There has been no ETA provided on repairs. Advertisement Motorists should use caution in the …