A Fallston landmark is preparing to reopen.
Almost one year after it closed, Log Cabin Chocolates on Belair Road is preparing to reopen.
The popular candy shop suddenly closed its doors back in October of last year.
Allison Borsella has purchased the business from her uncle and says there will soon be a grand opening. Borsella’s grandparents founded Log Cabin Chocolates more than 95 years ago.
An exact grand opening date has not yet been announced, however the shop is now taking pre-orders for fundraisers and corporate/private events.
The state has announced funding recipients for the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development’s most recent application round for federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits and state Rental Housing Funds.
Twenty-one projects will receive awards, including one located at a busy Fallston intersection.
The awards will cover the new construction and rehabilitation of approximately 1,147 affordable rental units, including 167 units to be specifically set aside for individuals with disabilities.
The projects awarded will receive more than $16.6 million in state Rental Housing Funds and over $30.2 million in federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits, leveraging more than $94.5 million in private sector capital.
According to The Aegis, about 40 people attended a Community Input Meeting back in July to voice their opposition to a 56-unit apartment complex proposed for the corner of the Benson intersection at Harford and Belair roads and the Bel Air Bypass in Fallston.
The only applause noted at the 80-minute meeting, according to The Aegis, was came when Brandon Wagner questioned the need for the project.
“Are we trying to diversify Fallston?” Wagner asked. “I just don’t see the market for this here.”
The full list of 2018 affordable housing awardees can be found here.
Crews are on the scene of a Monday evening crash in Fallston.
The crash was reported at just before 7 p.m. along Harford Road and the Baltimore County/Harford County line.
Two vehicles were involved in the crash and injuries have been reported.
Motorists should use caution in the area.
Motorists heading north along Harford and Belair Roads could run into some Thursday evening delays.
The traffic signals are currently out along Mountain/Fallston Road at Harford Road and at Belair Road.
There are electrical wires on fire in the 600-block of Old Fallston Road, which is causing the power outage.
Motorists should treat these intersections as four-way stops.
BGE crews are responding.
Crews are on the scene of a serious, Wednesday evening crash in Fallston.
The crash was reported at 5:15 p.m. at the intersection of Belair Road and Fallston Road.
Injuries have been reported.
A second ambulance is being called to the scene.
Motorists should avoid the area.