One year ago, northeastern Baltimore County celebrated the opening of Angel Park.
It was one of four new parks completed in Perry Hall since 2010.
Now, get ready for an afternoon of fall fun as the park celebrates its first birthday.
The event will be held on Saturday, October 29, at 1 p.m.
There will be live music by Rich & The Roadrunners, a costume parade, a playground scavenger hunt, and more.
There will be food and beverages available for purchase. Costumes are encouraged.
The event will be free of charge and weather-permitting. Pets and alcohol are not allowed.
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Improvements are underway at Perry Hall Dog Park to improve the grounds of both the small and large dog areas.
The Perry Paw Dog Park Committee, which is part of the Perry Hall Recreation Council, paid $3,630 to re-seed and prepare the soil. The committee also paid to plant a new oak tree in the large dog area. All work was done by Porter Landscaping.
Councilman David Marks worked with Lois Lorenz, the head of the Perry Paw Dog Park, to get the approvals for the improvements.
“I would like to thank this terrific volunteer committee for spearheading the improvements here, which are needed after more than three years of use,” said Councilman Marks.
Perry Paw Dog Park opened in the spring of 2014. It is one of four new parks that have opened in Perry Hall since 2010.
The Gunpowder Valley Conservancy will hold a Clear Creeks Project open house this weekend.
The event will be held on Saturday, October 21, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Maryland State Game & Fish Protective Association, located at 8735 Honeygo Boulevard in Perry Hall.
Attendees will be able to drop in to see the beautiful ways GVC have improved water quality for recreation and local wildlife on the grounds of the country’s oldest conservation club.
Stormwater runoff – the rain that flows over roofs, parking lots, and other impervious surfaces – is the leading source of pollution into the Chesapeake Bay. Attendees will learn how to reduce pollution, beautify their yards, and solve local flooding issues.
The event will feature examples of:
— rain barrels
— a Bayscape Garden
— a rain garden
— native tree plantings
— Bay-Wise Certified landscape
— microbioretention practices
Light refreshments will be provided. A mid-day Flag Retirement Ceremony will also be conducted by a local Scout troop.
For more information, view the event on Facebook here.
Police are investigating a home invasion, several robberies, and a burglary that have been reported over the past week.
Sometime between 11:30 p.m. on Friday, October 13, and midnight on Saturday, October 14, a man reported being assaulted by several unknown suspects with a baseball bat in the area of Pulaski Highway at Jones Road in Bradshaw (21087). The suspects took money from the victim and then fled the scene.
At about 4:15 p.m. on Sunday, October 15, two individuals entered the MetroPCS store located in the 100 block of Middle River Road in Essex (21221) and robbed the store of cash and two cell phones at gunpoint and then fled.
At just after 1:15 a.m. on Monday, October 16, three individuals forcefully entered a home in the 800 block of Wampler Road in Middle River (21220). Once inside, the suspects assaulted the victims and fled with their cell phone and house phone.
At 5 a.m. on Monday, an individual broke into the Taste of Taj Restaurant, located in the 9800 block of Belair Road in Perry Hall (21128), by shattering the glass door. Once inside, the suspect stole a cash register drawer, cash, and a safe.
At about 2:30 p.m. on Monday, a man was assaulted and robbed of his cell phone outside of his residence, located in the 2000 block of Kelbourne Road in Rosedale (21237), by two individuals. The suspects then fled the scene.