Business, Crime

The Town Fair banner cut down, stolen from Honeygo Run Regional Park bridge

UPDATE: Accent Printers in White Marsh has donated a new, replacement banner for The Town Fair. Original story below… ——— PERRY HALL, MD—The banner for The Town Fair has been stolen from the Honeygo Run Regional Park bridge. On Saturday night, vandals cut down the 3’ x 15’ banner was cut down from the bridge over Honeygo Boulevard, according to …


Crime, Police/Fire

Rash of automobile break-ins reported at parks in White Marsh, Perry Hall

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Police are investigating a rash of thefts from automobiles that occurred at parks in the Perry Hall and White Marsh areas. The Baltimore County Police Department reports that automobile break-ins had been trending downward…until this past weekend. Officer Flanary with the White Marsh Precinct on Tuesday told NottinghamMD.com that a rash of thefts occurred in the parks on the …


Baltimore County, BGE to bring electric vehicle charging stations to Perry Hall, Carney

NOTTINGHAM, MD—In the latest effort to promote sustainability, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski and Baltimore Gas and Electric Company on Monday announced a partnership to install 28 electric vehicle charging stations on public sites across Baltimore County. “Expanding access to EV chargers in public locations across Baltimore County will be essential in supporting our long-term efforts to increase the number …

Councilman Marks: New Honeygo turf field, Perry Hall Park renovations under way

PERRY HALL, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks announced on Monday that renovations are under way at two of Perry Hall’s largest parks, and should be completed by this summer. At Honeygo Park, the artificial turf field should be replaced by February, weather permitting. The project will cost $455,000. The turf field is about a decade old. At Perry Hall Park, …

Councilman Marks provides update on Gerst Farm in Perry Hall, meeting to be held

NOTTINGHAM, MD—On Thursday morning, Baltimore County Councilman David Marks provided an update on the Gerst Farm property. Councilman Marks sent the following to NottinghamMD.com: For five years, I have blocked development of the Gerst Farm in Perry Hall. In 2015, I blocked a proposed Planned Unit Department that included a blend of apartments, townhouses, and single-family homes that would have …