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Parkville-Carney Festival, The Town Fair in Perry Hall canceled due to COVID-19

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Two annual, local traditions have been canceled due to COVID-19. The Parkville-Carney Fesitval, organized by the Parkville-Carney Business Association, and The Town Fair, organized by the Perry Hall/White Marsh Business Association, have each announced that this year’s events have been canceled due to the ongoing pandemic. “We are unable to gather for the festival this year, so we’ll be …


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The Town Fair in Perry Hall, Parkville-Carney Festival seeking vendors

UPDATE: Both festivals have been canceled for 2020. Original story below… —— NOTTINGHAM, MD—The show(s) must go on! Both the The Town Fair in Perry Hall and the newly-rebranded Parkville-Carney Festival (formerly the Parkville Towne Center Fair) are seeking vendors. The Town Fair TheTown Fair in Perry Hall will be held on Saturday, September 5, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. …


Baltimore County to align with state, reopen restaurants with outdoor seating, churches to resume services

UPDATE: Officials have released additional details regarding the county’s plan to fully enter Stage One. Original story below… —— TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski held a press conference on Thursday evening to provide an update on the county’s progress with regard to the COVID-19 pandemic. On Thursday, Olszewski announced that, effective at 5 p.m. on Friday, May 29, Baltimore …

Olszewski: Baltimore County to begin reopening at 9am on Friday

UPDATE: The County Executive’s office has released additional clarifications on Thursday’s announcement: County Executive Olszewski will issue an executive order stating that effective Friday, May 22, at 9 a.m., Baltimore County will take the following actions: Retail stores may reopen for in-store retail with a maximum capacity of 10, including staff. This applies to all retail establishments outside of those …

Councilman Marks: It’s time to reopen small business in Baltimore County

PERRY HALL, MD—Councilman David Marks on Wednesday evening issued a statement on Baltimore County’s reluctance to fully enter Phase One of Governor Larry Hogan’s Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery. Councilman Marks’ statement reads as follows: “It’s time to reopen small business in Baltimore County – with safety precautions. “That’s what more than 1,000 people have told me in emails and …

Parkville Carney Business Association donates meals, face shields to healthcare workers at St. Joseph Medical Center

CARNEY, MD—The Parkville Carney Business Association stepped up in a big way to recognize Healthcare Heroes Week. On Wednesday morning, the PCBA donated 100 meals, several face shields, and many bottles of hand sanitizer for frontline healthcare workers at University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson. The meals were prepared by the Charcoal Grill located on Old Harford …

PCBA cancels 2020 Spring Concert Series due to COVID-19 pandemic

PARKVILLE, MD—The Parkville Carney Business Association announced on Thursday that their 2020 Spring Concert Series would be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The PCBA Spring Concert Series usually takes place every Friday evening in May and in June. “We felt that cancelling the spring concerts was the safest course of action due to the current health crisis,” said PCBA …

Parkville Fair 2019 brings smiles, crowds [PHOTOS]

PARKVILLE, MD – The 2019 Parkville Fair was held on Sunday, September 8, and it was a picture-perfect day. After rain dampened last year’s affair, organizers were pleased with Sunday’s beautiful weather. “This was our first year away from Harford Road with nice weather,” said Chris Montcalmo, president of the Parkville-Carney Business Association, which organizes the annual event. “Given last …