Police/Fire, Politics

Councilman Marks: Local volunteer fire companies to receive $1 million in grant funding

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Councilman David Marks on Wednesday announced that, as previously announced here, Baltimore County’s 29 volunteer fire companies will receive $1 million in grants as a result of the 2021 American Rescue Plan. Marks is a cosponsor of Resolution 30-22, which allocates the grants based on formula funding. The following local fire companies will receive funding: White Marsh ($74,094.70); Bowleys …


Politics

Kathy Szeliga, Ryan Nawrocki team up for District 7A Delegate campaign

PERRY HALL, MD—Delegate Kathy Szeliga and Ryan Nawrocki on Tuesday announced that they are teaming up to bring “common sense conservative representation to the citizens of District 7A in Baltimore County,” according to an official press release. The newly created two-member delegate district includes Glen Arm, Kingsville, Perry Hall, White Marsh, and Middle River. “Citizens in Baltimore County deserve strong …


Ryan Nawrocki announces House of Delegates bid to bring ‘common sense values’ to Annapolis

MIDDLE RIVER, MD—On Monday, lifelong Baltimore County resident Ryan Nawrocki announced his candidacy to bring a “common sense conservative voice to the people of northern and eastern Baltimore County” as the next Delegate from District 7A. “I’m running for state delegate because Baltimore County residents deserve a real conservative voice who will represent their interests in the state legislature,” said …

CBD Supply Maryland to offer masks, hand sanitizer to help combat spread of COVID-19

NOTTINGHAM, MD—On Thursday, CBD Supply Maryland announced that they would begin offering masks and hand sanitizer to help in the fight against the COVID-19 virus. The company has KN95 masks available for immediate pickup at their store located at 7690 Belair Road in the Belair Beltway Plaza (21236) or they can be purchased online at http://www.cbdsupplymaryland.com. In addition to the …

Proposal for new homes in Middle River draws criticism

MIDDLE RIVER, MD—Instead of a proposed new sports complex in Middle River, local residents could get something else entirely. Councilwoman Cathy Bevins’ Bill No. 52-19 to construct a new sports complex along Campbell Boulevard passed through the Baltimore County Council’s legislative session back in November. Now, however, it seems a proposal is on the table to build 82 single family …

CBD Supply Maryland to become first organization to adopt MDOT MTA bus stop on Belair Road corridor

NOTTINGHAM, MD—CBD Supply Maryland will partner with the Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA) to become the first organization to adopt a bus stop on the Belair Road corridor as a part of MDOT MTA’s Adopt-A-Stop program. CBD Supply Maryland will adopt the MDOT MTA bus stop near the intersection of Belair Road and Rossville Boulevard at …

CBD Supply Maryland holds ribbon-cutting ceremony in Fullerton

NOTTINGHAM, MD—It’s official. CBD Supply Maryland held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday. Community leaders gathered at noon on Saturday for the grand opening. The event featured giveaways, food, and experts to discuss the benefits of CBD. CBD Supply Maryland offers natural alternatives that are completely sourced and created in the United States to ensure quality and consistency. Cannabidiol (CBD) is …

Playoff fever brings Ravens pop-up shops to Nottingham area

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Playoff fever is gripping Baltimore. The Ravens’ first playoff game takes place Saturday night at M&T Bank Stadium. Entrepreneurs are taking advantage of the red hot Ravens by opening “pop-up shops” at various locations around the Nottingham area. Ryan Nawrocki opened up his shop in Nottingham on Friday afternoon. “This is a great opportunity,” said Nawrocki. “If we play …