Politics, Traffic

Councilman Marks: State Highway Administration to issue safety review for Kingsville area within 30 days

KINGSVILLE, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks has confirmed to NottinghamMD.com that the Maryland State Highway Administration will conduct a safety review of the Belair Road corridor within the next month. Councilman Marks requested the review after four different crashes were reported along this route over the past two weeks. Senators J.B. Jennings and Kathy Klausmeier and Delegates Lauren Arikan and …


Education, Health, Politics, Sci-Tech, Sports

Baltimore County launches ‘Healing Starts Here’ COVID-19 vaccine education campaign

BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD—Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski on Wednesday announced the “Healing Starts Here” campaign to educate residents about the importance of getting the COVID-19 vaccine and how they can register to receive it. The campaign aims to increase public confidence among residents currently underrepresented on the County’s vaccine registry by enlisting the support of trusted voices — including athletes, …


Gunpowder Falls tunnel expected to open by Labor Day

KINGSVILLE, MD—Perry Hall’s county and state legislators have confirmed that the pedestrian tunnel at Gunpowder Falls State Park should be opened by Labor Day weekend, weather permitting. Baltimore County Councilman David Marks, Senator J.B. Jennings, and Delegates Kathy Szeliga & Lauren Arikan shared this message from Wendy Wolcott, District Engineer at Maryland State Highway Administration: “Thank you for your email …

Bengies Drive-In Theatre not allowed to reopen as other U.S. drive-ins make comeback

UPDATE 2: Bengies will reopen on Wednesday, June 3, 2020. UPDATE: Bengies has been allowed to reopen but no date has yet been announced. Original story below… —— MIDDLE RIVER, MD—Maryland’s only drive-in movie theater remains closed, even as others across the U.S. are experiencing a renaissance in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Local elected officials have made a …

Noise walls to be built along portions of I-95

Perry Hall’s elected officials announced on Wednesday that two new noise barriers would be constructed along portions of Interstate-95 between the East Joppa Road and New Forge Road overpasses. Along northbound I-95, a new noise wall will extend south from the New Forge Road overpass for approximately 3,470 feet. Along southbound I-95, a new noise wall will extend south from …

Tonight: District 7 legislators to hold town hall at Perry Hall Library

Baltimore County’s District 7 legislators will be holding a community meeting tonight in Perry Hall. Senator J.B. Jennings, Delegate Pat McDonough, and Delegate Rick Impallaria will be holding a town hall at the Perry Hall Library on Tuesday evening to discuss community concerns. Discussion will revolve around such issues as solar farms, the opioid epidemic, medical marijuana, illegal immigration, Section …