Business, Entertainment, Politics, Sports

Governor Hogan announces $10 million in relief for live entertainment venues in Maryland

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan on Wednesday announced the recipients of 65 awards totaling $10 million for live music and performance venues and live entertainment promoters affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. This relief funding is in addition to the $30 million allocated earlier this year to music and entertainment venues as part of the State of Maryland’s economic recovery plan. “As …


Business, Entertainment, Events, Family

Baltimore County, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announce return of free summer concert series at Oregon Ridge

TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County, in partnership with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, on Wednesday announced that free summer concerts at Oregon Ridge Park will return this summer starting July 8th. “We are thrilled to welcome the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra back to Oregon Ridge, for not just one, but four weeks of free summer concerts,” said Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski. “The return …


Gunpowder Elementary Schools holds car parade for 5th graders

NOTTINGHAM, MD—One local elementary school gave its “graduating” students a send-off they won’t soon forget. The staff at Gunpowder Elementary School held a car parade for their fifth graders on Monday. Vehicles honked and neighbors waved as the parade made its way through the community. Councilman David Marks attended the parade and joined in the festivities. The school, which recently …

Baltimore County announces grant program to support Independence Day activities

TOWSON, MD—County Executive Johnny Olszewski on Tuesday announced a one-time grant opportunity to support County-based non-profit organizations hosting Independence Day events throughout Baltimore County. Administered by the Department of Economic and Workforce Development (DEWD), awards of up to $3,000 will be provided to support activities including parades, festivals, and/or fireworks, within Baltimore County. Eligible applicants must have filed a special …

Jerusalem Mill’s 2021 ‘Music in the Meadow’ summer concert series kicks off

KINGSVILLE, MD—A popular Kingsville summer concert series is back. Jerusalem Mill Village‘s “Music in the Meadow” summer concerts kicked off this weekend with a performance by Melting Pot. The concerts are held on select Sundays throughout the summer (full schedule below) at 2813 Jerusalem Road (21087). The cost is $10 for members, military with ID, kids 12 – 15 years …

Overlea Farmers Market returns for 2021 season

OVERLEA, MD—The 2021 Overlea Farmers Market is in full swing. Returning for its sixth year, the Overlea Farmers Market is held at 6908 Belair Road in the Natural History Society of Maryland parking lot. The events are held biweekly on Saturdays, May 29 – October 17, 2021, with the next being held on Saturday, June 26th. Hours remain 8:30 a.m. …

White Marsh Recreation Council leads volunteers in second day of cleanup in preparation for new park in Perry Hall

PERRY HALL, MD—Volunteers were busy once again on Saturday morning. The White Marsh Recreation Council organized day two of cleanup at the Bierman property in preparation for a new park in Perry Hall.  The council agreed to this project during the negotiations between the property-owner and Baltimore County. On Saturday, a crew of volunteers cleared brush and barbed wire fencing from …

Perry Hall Farmer’s Market kicks off this weekend

NOTTINGHAM, MD—There’s a new farmer’s market in town. The Perry Hall Farmer’s Market kicks off tomorrow, Saturday, June 12th. It will be held 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. every Saturday at 4123 E. Joppa Road (in front of the mini-golf course). There will be locally grown fruits, vegetables, flowers, honey, and select crafts. For more information, visit the Perry Hall …