Business, Education, Politics

Councilman Marks: High school needs report unacceptable, evaluate other property

MIDDLE RIVER, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Friday called the recently-prepared assessment of high school needs in northeastern Baltimore County unacceptable, and will introduce a resolution before the Baltimore County Council that calls for evaluating land for a new high school in the Eastside. “After months of study, the school system’s planning firm ignored the County Council’s repeated calls …


Business, Entertainment, Events, Family

McFaul’s Oyster and Reel opens on Sue Creek

ESSEX, MD—A new restaurant has opened its doors in Essex. The family behind McFaul’s IronHorse Tavern at Sanders’ Corner has opened McFaul’s Oyster and Reel. The restaurant held a soft opening on Thursday and will open for normal business hours on Friday. Many of the same McFaul’s menu favorites will be available at the new location on Sue Creek. “Delighted …


Councilman Marks recognized 2022 Fifth District Citizens of the Year

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks this week announced eight recipients of the Fifth District Citizens of the Year program, honoring those who have contributed to the community in outstanding ways. This year’s Citizens of the Year are: Cathy Balcar and Drena Fertetta, for their support of our community through Marian Preparatory Academy and food and household goods collection; Robert …

Councilman Marks creates task force to begin drafting vision for White Marsh Town Center

WHITE MARSH, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Tuesday announced the creation of a task force that will set a vision for the White Marsh Town Center. The 15-member committee includes a blend of residents and community leaders, planners, and business owners. It will be chaired by Pat Keller, former head of the Baltimore County Office of Planning and president …

INAUGURATION 2022: Baltimore County elected officials sworn in as new term begins

TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski and several other elected officials were sworn in on Monday as a new term begins in local government. Hundreds of guests, elected officials, Baltimore County employees and members of the public celebrated the inauguration of Baltimore County officials in the executive, legislative, and judicial branches. “I am humbled to have the opportunity to continue …

Baltimore County announces 2022 inauguration plans for Monday, December 5

TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski will join elected leaders from across the county to take their oaths of office for Baltimore County’s 2022 inaugural ceremonies. Olszewski will provide his second inaugural address following his victory this past November. The event will take place at 10 a.m. on Monday at Goucher College’s Kraushaar Auditorium. The following elected officials will be …

Councilman Marks: Baltimore County Council approves Kingsville land swap to acquire Rutkowski Farm

KINGSVILLE, MD—At its meeting on November 21, the Baltimore County Council approved a landmark agreement that allows for the county to acquire the Rutkowski Farm in Kingsville, and facilitate the moving of a maintenance facility away from residential neighbors and closer to Interstate-95. Under the terms of the memorandum of understanding, Baltimore County will acquire the 37-acre former Rutkowski Farm, …

Councilman Marks: Pulaski Highway project expected to be finished in 2023

JOPPA, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Friday provided the following update on improvements to Pulaski Highway at the Baltimore County / Harford County line. The following email was sent from the Maryland State Highway Administration District Engineer: Dear Councilman Marks: Thank you for your email on behalf of your constituent regarding the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration’s …