Education, Politics

Three retiring Perry Hall High School educators recognized

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Three Perry Hall High School educators who are retiring from Baltimore County Public Schools were recognized on Wednesday. Ms. McCauley, a guidance secretary, has been with BCPS for 16 years. Kathleen Watkins, Assistant Principal, has been with BCPS for 30 years. Melissa Laing, an administrative secretary, has been with BCPS for 20 years. The three were recognized on Wednesday …


Education, Politics

Three retiring Perry Hall Middle School educators recognized

PERRY HALL, MD—Three retiring Perry Hall Middle School educators were recognized this week. Tammy Mills, Patricia Chlan, and Leslie Klock are retiring from Baltimore County Public Schools after this school year. Councilman David Marks, Delegate Harry Bhandari, and Senator Kathy Klausmeier recognized the trio on Tuesday afternoon. “Congratulations and thank you to Tammy Mills, Patricia Chlan, and Leslie Klock on …


Olszewski: State to help pay for Perry Hall Manor sewer extension project

PERRY HALL, MD—County Executive Johnny Olszewski on Friday announced that Baltimore County has secured a funding commitment from the state to help pay for a significant sewer extension project in the Perry Hall Manor neighborhood, providing substantial financial relief for homeowners. In addition, the County Executive announced plans to introduce legislation to provide income-based relief to homeowners for future water …

Additional details released on Officer Caprio/Unity Playground dedication, ribbon-cutting to be held at Gunpowder Elementary School

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Additional details have been released regarding this weekend’s dedication of the Unity Playground. A host of county and state elected and educational leaders, including Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Darryl L. Williams and Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski, will participate in the ribbon-cutting for the new Unity Playground to honor the life and service of Ofc. Amy Caprio, …

Delegate Jackson, Councilman Marks to hold outdoor town hall in Dunfield community

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Delegate Carl Jackson and Councilman David Marks will hold a town hall meeting in the Dunfield community later this month. The outdoor meeting will take place at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, September 22, 2021 in the Dunfield Town Homes leasing office lot. The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss building a new Dunfield Community Center. “I have …

GreenDrop holds ribbon-cutting ceremony in White Marsh

NOTTINGHAM, MD—A new, manned donation center opened in White Marsh. GreenDrop held a ribbon-cutting ceremony in the parking lot at White Marsh Mall on Friday morning. “This morning, I joined Councilwoman Cathy Bevins and Senator Kathy Klausmeier at the opening of GreenDrop at White Marsh Mall,” said Councilman David Marks. “This is a manned recycling center. Unlike boxes that never …

Parkville Precinct presents 2019, 2020 Officer of the Year Awards

PARKVILLE, MD—The Baltimore County Police Department’s Parkville Precinct held a ceremony this week to present their 2019 and 2020 Officer of the Year Awards. Officer Annette Savoy (2019) and Officer Erik Jenkins (2020) each took home the award. BCoPD said the following about each recipient: Officer Jenkins “As a 13-year veteran, Officer Jenkins maintains a high level of criminal and …

Councilman Marks: State Highway Administration to issue safety review for Kingsville area within 30 days

KINGSVILLE, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks has confirmed to NottinghamMD.com that the Maryland State Highway Administration will conduct a safety review of the Belair Road corridor within the next month. Councilman Marks requested the review after four different crashes were reported along this route over the past two weeks. Senators J.B. Jennings and Kathy Klausmeier and Delegates Lauren Arikan and …