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Parkville Towne Fair, Police Community Day, Rolling 9/11 Memorial join forces in September

The Parkville Towne Fair returns next month, and this time it will be held at a new location. The 2018 Parkville Towne Fair will be held at Parkville High School on Putty Hill Avenue from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, September 8, 2018. There will be music, shopping, midway games, kids games & activities, and much more. The …


Crime, Emergency Response

Tributes, memorials pour in for slain officer

A community is in mourning. Following the death of Officer Amy Caprio in Perry Hall on Monday, tributes and memorials are popping up all around the community. The Perry Hall Improvement Association has placed a mourning bunting on the community’s “Perry Hall” sign. Flowers are being left at the “Precinct 8” sign at the Parkville precinct. The Parkville Carney Business …


2018 PCBA Spring Concert Series lineup announced

The Parkville Carney Business Association’s Spring Concert Series returns next month for its sixth annual run. These free concerts will be held on Friday evenings in May and June from 6 to 9 p.m. behind Racers’ Cafe, located at 7732 Harford Road in Parkville. Here’s the full lineup for 2018: Advertisement May 4: First Class May 11: Weeds Over Woodstock …

Oak Crest Village celebrates new fitness and aquatic center

On Monday, March 19, residents of Oak Crest Village in Parkville celebrated the opening of a new fitness and aquatic center at the retirement community. The improvements were part of a $15 million renovation project at Oak Crest Village. Baltimore County Councilman David Marks commented on the importance of the project at Oak Crest Village, home to more than 2,000 …

Maryland’s Rolling 9/11 Memorial receives piece of stone from Pentagon [PHOTOS]

An important historical artifact has come to Maryland. On Wednesday, Maryland’s 9/11 Rolling Memorial, created by The Hope and Peace Foundation, received one of the five remaining pieces of stone from the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the Pentagon. The piece was mounted to the rolling memorial in remembrance of all who died that day, including the 53 Marylanders …

Governor Hogan honors locals at CCBC Essex, tours Franklin Square Hospital

On Monday, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan held a cabinet meeting at the Community College of Baltimore County’s Essex campus. The governor, along with Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford, also honored many prominent community volunteers and organizations at today’s meeting. Among those presented with citations were Angel Park’s Kelli Szczybor, the Back River Restoration Committee, White Marsh resident Robert Romadka Sr. (a …