Education, Events, Politics, Sci-Tech

Elected officials, community leaders share congratulatory videos for BCPS Class of 2020

TOWSON, MD—With virtual graduation ceremonies less than a week away, nearly two dozen elected officials and community leaders have congratulated the BCPS Class of 2020 by offering well wishes and words of wisdom through videos posted online. Now, the community can do the same. The #DearBCPSGrads campaign gives everyone the opportunity to offer congratulations and remarks by sharing videos or …


Business, Health, Politics, Sci-Tech

ZIP CODE REPORT: Maryland COVID-19 hospitalizations remain flat as Baltimore County partially reopens

UPDATE: For the latest local zip code reports, click here. Original story below… —— NOTTINGHAM, MD—The Maryland Department of Health on Saturday reported that there have now been close to 38,000 COVID-19 cases in Maryland. As of Saturday morning, there have been 37,968 cases of novel coronavirus in Maryland. There have been 1,842 related deaths, 6,755 total hospitalizations, and 1,500 …


Councilman Marks: No positive COVID-19 tests reported among employees at Nottingham post office

UPDATE 2: When NottinghamMD.com inquired about an online rumor claiming that an employee at this post office had been quarantined due to COVID-19 exposure, we received the following response from USPS: Consistent with the nondisclosure provisions of the Rehabilitation Act and Privacy Act, USPS Policy prohibits the disclosure of the information sought. UPDATE: NottinghamMD.com has reached out to the USPS …

New Baltimore County Executive sworn in at Inauguration 2018

John Olszewski, Jr. was sworn in on Monday as Baltimore County’s fourteenth County Executive, vowing to create a more modern, transparent and open government. More than one thousand invited guests, elected officials, county employees, and members of the public celebrated the inauguration of local government officials in the executive, legislative and judicial branches. The inaugural ceremonies took place at Towson …

State designates Essex as Maryland Sustainable Community

Essex is now qualified to apply for State funding for projects leading to increased economic, transportation and housing choices, and environmental improvements. The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development has awarded Essex the designation of Maryland Sustainable Community, based on an application submitted in April by the Baltimore County Department of Planning, the Eastern Baltimore County Task Force, and …

Councilwoman Bevins heralds success of local business at Chesapeake Chamber of Commerce event

Councilwoman Cathy Bevins exalted the success of small and local businesses in the Sixth Council District at the Chesapeake Gateway Chamber of Commerce Membership Luncheon on Wednesday. While addressing members of the chamber, Councilwoman Bevins spoke about the importance of local businesses and the Council’s efforts to support those businesses. “Local businesses are extremely important to local government. Not only …