Politics, Traffic

Councilman Marks: Four miles of Joppa Road to be resurfaced from Loch Raven to Carney

CARNEY, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Tuesday announced that about four miles of Joppa Road will be resurfaced from Loch Raven to Carney, from Mylander Lane to Harford Road. The project represents one of the largest resurfacing initiatives in central and northeastern Baltimore County in decades. Right now, curbs and sidewalks are being upgraded to meet standards for the …


Entertainment, Events, Family, Police/Fire

Nottingham-area 2021 National Night Out events announced

NOTTINGHAM, MD—On Tuesday, August 3, the Baltimore County Police Department will participate in the 38th year of National Night Out. along with the Maryland State Police. This annual community-building campaign promotes police-community partnerships and is an opportunity for people to come together and build lasting relationships with the officers who serve in their neighborhoods. The events scheduled will include block …


With rezoning, Baltimore County Council creates new greenways in Carney, White Marsh

CARNEY, MD—At its meeting on August 25th, the Baltimore County Council approved rezoning requests by Councilman David Marks that will create two new greenways in the Fifth District. With Issue 5-059, the Baltimore County Council extended Neighborhood Commons zoning along 13 acres of Perry Hall Boulevard between White Marsh Boulevard and the police station. The land is owned by Baltimore …

Councilmembers Marks & Kach announce funding for crosswalk at Pine Grove Middle School

Baltimore County Councilmembers David Marks and Wade Kach announced on Monday that a brick crosswalk would be constructed to improve safety at Pine Grove Middle School. The $25,000 crosswalk will be built by the end of the year at the intersection of Proctor Lane and Old Harford Road. Kristen Piscopo is president of the Perring Park Community Association and a …

Three Fifth District communities to receive crime prevention grants

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks announced on Wednesday that three Citizens on Patrol units in the Fifth District will be receiving Community Crime Prevention and Youth Activity Grants. The Anneslie Community Association in Towson will receive $400 to erect street signs. The Perring Park Community Association in Carney will receive $1,110 to assist with National Night Out and pay for …