Business, Health, Politics

Councilman Marks speaks out regarding Carney, Perry Hall postal service delays

PERRY HALL, MD—Many residents in the Carney and Perry Hall area are frustrated after experiencing lengthy delays in receiving their mail. Residents have posted in several online forums and groups stating that their mail has been delayed, with some individuals not receiving mail at all for several days. On Wednesday, Councilman David Marks urged residents to contact federal officials. “To …


Business, Family, Health, Sci-Tech, Weather

Flooding in White Marsh leaves residents without gas, electric service

WHITE MARSH, MD—Tropical Storm Isaias swept through Maryland quickly, but it left a lasting impression on some families in White Marsh. Homes in the 10900-block of Philadelphia Road were still “flooded out” on Wednesday. Baltimore County Storm Water Management and CSX are coordinating to resolve the issue.  CSX has reportedly identified the blockage and is working to pump the water …


COVID-19 REPORT: Maryland ICU bed utilization dips as hospitalizations tick higher

UPDATE: View the latest NottinghamMD.com COVID-19 reports here. Original story below… —— NOTTINGHAM, MD—The Maryland Department of Health on Wednesday reported that Maryland ICU bed usage dipped over the past 24 hours while hospitalizations ticked slightly higher. As of Wednesday, there have been 92,426 cases of novel coronavirus in Maryland, an increase of 572 cases since Tuesday. A total of …

Governors of Maryland, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Ohio, and Virginia announce partnership with Rockefeller Foundation for 3 million rapid antigen tests

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, and Virginia Governor Ralph Northam announced a major bipartisan interstate compact with The Rockefeller Foundation to expand the use of rapid point-of-care antigen tests to slow the spread of COVID-19 and continue safely reopening the states. As the …

Baltimore County Animal Services to begin reopening to the public

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Starting on Tuesday, August 4, Baltimore County Animal Services will begin the first stages of re-opening to the public. In order to continue to safe guard staff, volunteers, and members of the public from the spread of COVID-19, facilities will still be performing all adoptions and surrenders by appointment only. BCAS will now be allowing up to three members …

COVID-19 REPORT: Maryland’s key metrics remain flat as tropical storm interrupts testing

UPDATE: View the latest NottinghamMD.com COVID-19 reports here. Original story below… —— NOTTINGHAM, MD—The Maryland Department of Health on Tuesday reported that several of Maryland’s key COVID-19 metrics remained largely flat over the past 24 hours. As of Tuesday, there have been 91,854 cases of novel coronavirus in Maryland, an increase of 710 cases since Monday. A total of 16,354 …

Governor Hogan announces statewide efforts to prepare for Tropical Storm Isaias, Marylanders urged to exercise caution

For the latest Tropical Storm Isaias coverage, click here. ANNAPOLIS, MD—As the East Coast braces for Tropical Storm Isaias, Governor Larry Hogan announced on Monday that the State of Maryland has activated a government-wide response to prepare for severe conditions. A Tropical Storm Warning is now in effect for most jurisdictions, in addition to several severe weather watches and warnings …

Baltimore County announces program to connect low- to moderate-income residents with federal, state and local benefits

TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski on Monday announced a new initiative to connect low- to moderate-income residents with critical federal, state and local benefits. Residents can call 311 to be referred to trained counselors for a comprehensive screening process. The CASH Campaign of Maryland, a nonprofit organization that promotes economic advancement, will serve as the county’s lead partner for …