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2020 Kingsville Independence Day Parade cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic

KINGSVILLE, MD—Officials announced on Tuesday night that the 2020 Kingsville Independence Day Parade would be cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. “Based on conversations with some members of the committee, The Greater Kingsville Civic Association, Inc. and the Kingsville Volunteer Fire Department, the decision was made to cancel the 2020 Kingsville 4th of July Parade,” officials said in a statement. …


Business, Education, Politics

Councilman Marks honors Fifth District Citizens of the Year

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks announced on Friday that several individuals and groups would be honored as Fifth District Citizens of the Year. In Towson, they include Lorrie Geiss for her leadership of the Towson Communities Alliance; John Rinehart, for his work as Vice President of the Towson Communities Alliance and in the Rodgers Forge neighborhood; Scott McGovern, retiring …


Kingsville Independence Day Parade 2019 schedule, lineup announced

KINGSVILLE, MD – An annual tradition continues this Fourth of July in Kingsville. The Greater Kingsville Civic Association and The Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company will sponsor the 39th annual Kingsville Independence Day Parade. Pre-parade music and celebration, sponsored by BrightView Senior Living Perry Hall and PNC Bank, commences 10 a.m. on Thursday, July 4th at the judge’s viewing stand at …

Kingsville 2017 Independence Day Parade [PHOTOS]

It was a hot, humid Tuesday…which is not unexpected for the Fourth of July. The 2017 Kingsville Independence Day parade was held on July 4 and a good time was had by all. The parade began at about 11 a.m. near the Kingsville Triangle (the intersection of Jerusalem, Bradshaw, and Belair roads). This was the 37th installment of the annual …

Meeting to be held this week to discuss busy Kingsville intersection

UPDATE; 4/19/17; 10pm – An update from Councilman David Marks: “The Kingsville triangle plan is dead – engineers to focus on better signals, less intrusive changes. Great turnout. Keep Kingsville Country!” Original story below… —— A meeting will be held this week to discuss one of Kingsville’s busiest intersections. The Greater Kingsville Civic Association will hold a meeting on Wednesday, …

GKCA seeks to have park renamed to honor ‘Doc’ Sears

On Sunday, Baltimore County Councilman David Marks announced that he would be writing the State Roads Commission, at the request of the Greater Kingsville Civic Association, to ask that the publicly-owned park at Belair and Bradshaw Roads be renamed for Edward D. “Doc” Sears. From 1952 to 1987, Sears operated the Kingsville Pharmacy at this location. The community landmark was …