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Dedication ceremony to be held at Nottingham bridge in honor of local heroes

NOTTINGHAM, MD—A dedication ceremony will be held in Nottingham to honor two local heroes. The dedication ceremony for the bridge at White Marsh Boulevard and Belair Road will be held at 8200 Belair Road (in the parking lot of American Freight Furniture and Mattress that overlooks the bridge) at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 24, according to Councilman David Marks. …


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Councilman Marks: Rat extermination planned in Perry Hall neighborhood

PERRY HALL, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Friday announced that rat extermination will occur in a targeted area of Perry Hall/Nottingham. Exterminators will work near Slater Avenue (21236) where there have been reports of rodents over the past two weeks. Working with Baltimore County Code Enforcement, inspectors have been dispatched to the properties that seemed to be generating the …


Bevins, Marks: Construction to begin on first of two new schools

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Councilwoman Cathy Bevins and Councilman David Marks on Friday announced that construction will begin this month on the first of two new schools in northeastern Baltimore County. The 102,000-square foot elementary school will be built at the intersection of Gum Spring Road and Rossville Boulevard (21237), serving 750 students from an area to be determined after a redistricting process. …

Councilman Marks provides update on recreation projects, including two new turf fields

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Tuesday provided an update on recreation projects in and around the Fifth District, including two newly-completed turf fields. “The new turf fields at Honeygo Regional Park and Meadowood Regional Park will extend the life of these facilities and serve athletes from around the county,” said Councilman Marks. “In addition to the projects mentioned …

Olszewski announces Baltimore County Fair Election Fund Work Group

TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski on Tuesday announced the creation of the Fair Election Fund Work Group, which will make recommendations to the Baltimore County Council on the creation and implementation of a public financing system for candidates running for county council and county executive in the 2026 election cycle. Establishing a Fair Election Fund is a key priority …

Volunteers clean up 40 bags of trash in Seven Courts community

NOTTINGHAM, MD—A team of volunteers cleaned up more trash in the Nottingham area on Saturday morning. Citizens collected garbage from Perry Hall’s Seven Courts neighborhood, the second of several cleanups organized by Councilman David Marks’ office. Among those who participated on Saturday were the Seven Courts Citizens on Patrol, the Maryland Waterways Foundation, and the Tropical Smoothie Cafe. In all, …

Water mains to be shut off in several Seven Courts neighborhoods on Thursday for repairs

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Water will be shut off in several neighborhoods in the Seven Courts community on Thursday so that crews can make emergency repairs to a persistent leak. Councilman David Marks reports that the Department of Public Works plans to shut off water in the following areas: 3700-block of Proctor Lane 9300-block of Seven Courts Drive Unit block of Chesthill Court …

Boy Scouts, Carney residents collect over 350 bags of food to donate to less fortunate

CARNEY, MD—Some local Boy Scouts went above and beyond to collect food for the less fortunate this weekend. On Saturday morning, Boy Scout Troop 124 and parent volunteers collected 350 bags of food and over 2,000 donated items as part of the “Scouting for Food” campaign. This is more than double the amount they collected two years ago. “Thank you …