Business, Crime

The Town Fair banner cut down, stolen from Honeygo Run Regional Park bridge

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UPDATE: Accent Printers in White Marsh has donated a new, replacement banner for The Town Fair.

Original story below…

PERRY HALL, MD—The banner for The Town Fair has been stolen from the Honeygo Run Regional Park bridge.

On Saturday night, vandals cut down the 3’ x 15’ banner was cut down from the bridge over Honeygo Boulevard, according to fair officials.

The banner was clearly cut down, according to Lynn Richardson, The Town Fair coordinator and president of the Perry Hall/White Marsh Business Association, which organizes the fair each year.

For that reason, the banner would likely still have red rope in the grommet holes.

Richardson told NottinghamMD that the banner is hung on the local bridge every year with permission from Baltimore County.

The banner can be returned to the Perry Hall or White Marsh libraries or anyone with information can call 410-493-4984 or email [email protected].

The banner graphic can be viewed below.


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