Education, Events, Family, Politics

Delegate Jackson sponsors toy giveaway for local elementary school students

BALTIMORE, MD—State Delegate Carl Jackson is planning to deliver 150 toys to deserving children from across the district. Representing the 8th legislative district of Maryland, Delegate Jackson was initially appointed to the seat in 2021 before winning the seat outright in 2022 by an overwhelming margin. The former Baltimore County alum has made it his mission while in office to …


Business, Opinion, Politics, Traffic

NOW YOU KNOW: A new traffic circle on Honeygo Boulevard

The following is an op-ed piece from Delegates Kathy Szeliga and Ryan Nawrocki. It’s official. A new traffic roundabout is coming to Perry Hall on Honeygo Boulevard. Growth in the entire area and ensuing traffic on Honeygo Boulevard have made it dangerous for local residents to get in and out of their communities, especially during rush hour. Last month, our …


Baltimore County establishes working group on resource coordination to support victims of sexual exploitation, violence, domestic abuse

TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski this week announced the creation of the new Working Group on Resource Coordination to Support Victims of Sexual Exploitation, Violence, and Domestic Abuse which will be tasked with making recommendations to bolster the County’s ongoing efforts to support survivors of sexual and domestic violence — and to prevent incidents from occurring in the first …

Bring Your Own Bag Act: Councilman Marks responds to plastic bag ban criticism

From Councilman David Marks: I am responding to Glen Geelhaar’s latest smear against me (NottinghamMd.com, November 27). For the record, I voted to cut the bag fee in half, submitted the exemption for small businesses, and strongly supported every exemption that passed. I authored and passed the legislation that exempted fast food restaurants, pharmacies, and other small businesses.  That is why …

Letter to the Editor: Repeal the Bring Your Own Bag Act

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in letters to our community should not be interpreted as the viewpoint of NottinghamMD.com. UPDATE: Councilman David Marks has issued a response. Original story below… ——— Dear NottinghamMD.com Editor, I am writing in response to the November 20th article, “Councilman Marks announces passage of bill to eliminate paper bag fees at fast food restaurants, pharmacies.” While …

NOW YOU KNOW: Delegates Szeliga, Nawrocki share their Thanksgiving Top 10

The following is an op-ed piece from Delegates Kathy Szeliga and Ryan Nawrocki. In honor of Thanksgiving, we share with you our top ten reasons to be thankful this year! We are thankful for our faith in our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. As Christians, we always seek to honor and serve God in our lives. He is our source …

Safety improvements announced along dangerous stretch of Eastern Boulevard in Middle River

MIDDLE RIVER, MD—Delegates Ryan Nawrocki and Kathy Szeliga have been working together with Councilman David Marks to improve the safety of a dangerous stretch of Eastern Boulevard between MD 43 and Carroll Island Road. They recently reported several recent changes to help improve safety. At the request of the Delegates, the Maryland State Highway Administration recently completed a review of …

Senator Jennings, Delegates Nawrocki & Szeliga send letter to Maryland Department of Environment regarding proposed White Marsh crematorium concerns

NOTTINGHAM, MD—The debate over a proposed new crematorium in White Marsh rages on. Earlier this year, Evans Funeral Chapel announced plans to construct a crematorium at 11543 Philadelphia Road.  The White Marsh-Cowenton Community Association then created an online petition opposing the plan. Residents have voiced concerns over the potential for toxic materials and smoke to be released into nearby neighborhoods.  …