Emergency Response, Traffic

House fire reported in Kingsville

KINGSVILLE, MD – Crews are on the scene of a Tuesday night house fire in Kingsville. The fire was reported at around 8:30 p.m. in the 12000-block of Caspian Road. At the scene, firefighters found heavy fire showing from a two-story, split-level home. Fire was also reportedly found in the attic. The Baltimore County Fire Department reports that the fire …


Emergency Response, Government, Traffic

Active shooter exercise to be held at Martin State Airport

MIDDLE RIVER, MD – Middle River residents should be aware of an important military training exercise to be held this week. Councilwoman Cathy Bevins reports that the Maryland Air National Guard will be conducting an active shooter exercise on Wednesday, July 17, 2019. The exercise will take place from 10 a.m. – noon at Martin State Airport, located at 701 …


Crash with entrapment reported in Fallston

FALLSTON, MD – Crews are on the scene of a Monday afternoon crash in Fallston. The crash was reported at about 2:15 p.m. in the 1900-block of Fallston Road. Fallston Road has been shut down in the area of Pleasantville Road. One vehicle is said to be on its side with one person trapped inside. There has been no word …

Police: bomb scare in Middle River was false alarm

MIDDLE RIVER, MD – A bomb scare in Middle River led to several closed roads and a heavy police presence on Sunday evening. At around 8 p.m., a suspicious package was found at the Springhill Suites, located at Greenleigh at Crossroads along Route 43. Many roads were closed in the area, including White Marsh Boulevard, and several nearby apartment complexes …

House fire reported in Essex

UPDATE 3: Authorities now confirm that a 74-year-old woman was killed in this fire. UPDATE 2: Authorities say one family has been displaced by the fire. A cat was also transported to a local hospital due to smoke inhalation. UPDATE: It took crews about 15 minutes to get the fire under control. The blaze has been extinguished. Original story below… …

Ebenezer Road paving project to resume

MIDDLE RIVER, MD – Following a long hiatus, a paving project in Middle River is set to resume. Councilwoman Cathy Bevins announced on Friday that the effort that began over two years ago would finally be completed. The project had to be paused due to previously-scheduled utility work. Now, a four-mile stretch of Ebenezer Road will be resurfaced and will …