Baltimore County Police Department officers visit Seven Oaks Elementary [PHOTOS]

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Local students got to spend time with some very special visitors this week. In honor of their 100th day of school, Baltimore County Police Department SRO A. Swartzendruber arranged for members of the Parkville Precinct, including Captain K. Fruhling, the K-9 unit, Tactical unit, and Aviation to visit Seven Oaks Elementary School on Wednesday. First graders were given the […]

Several Nottingham-area schools on ‘lockout’ status due to police investigation

UPDATE 2: There is no threat to the community, per Councilman David Marks. Police received a tip about someone wearing suspicious clothing, but an investigation revealed no credible threat. UPDATE: Police say the lockout has now been lifted. Original story below… NOTTINGHAM, MD—Several schools have been placed on “lockout” status due to an ongoing police investigation. On Thursday afternoon, the […]

Councilman Marks: Marshy Point, other recreation projects funded in FY 2024 budget

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Wednesday announced a series of recreation improvements funded in the Fiscal Year 2024 budget that will improve facilities from Middle River to Kingsville. The budget includes $1.7 million to improve Marshy Point Nature Center. This project involves utilities upgrades and improvements to animal enclosures, program spaces, the pier and dock, and canoe storage […]

Scout project beautifies courtyard at Seven Oaks Elementary School

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Some local Scouts did their part to give back to the community this weekend. Miguel Acosta and his team from Troop 130 completed his Eagle Scout project on Sunday morning. Per Councilman David Marks, the troop installed flower boxes and beautified the courtyard at Seven Oaks Elementary School. “Everyone did a great job,” said Councilman Marks. “Thank you to […]

Schools in Nottingham, Perry Hall, Carney, Rosedale recognized in Team BCPS Clean Green 15 Litter Challenge

TOWSON, MD— Baltimore County’s land and waterways are significantly cleaner this year thanks to those who generously volunteered their time for the Team BCPS Clean Green 15 Litter Challenge. More than 5,200 student and community volunteers and 63 schools participated in 456 litter cleanups throughout Baltimore County during 2021-2022, making this a record year for the annual challenge. The challenge, […]

Councilman Marks: Carney Elementary multi-purpose court, other park projects under way

PERRY HALL, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Friday provided an update on recreation and parks projects completed in and around the Nottingham area: Carney Elementary School, Baltimore County is currently rebuilding the multi-purpose court at the school. Work is slated to run through September or early October for this $66,000 project, weather permitting. Halstead Academy, Loch Raven Community Center, […]

Councilman Marks: Repairs to be Made at Seven Oaks ball field

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Monday announced that repairs will be made to Diamond #2 at Seven Oaks Elementary School this fall. Currently, part of the backstop is missing and other sections are rusty. New fabric will be installed and fencing will be raised in front of player benches. The project will be completed for about $15,000. “I […]

Board of Education seeking public comment on boundary recommendations affecting Perry Hall, Carney schools

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Baltimore County Public Schools announced on Friday that the public has until Saturday, June 13, to comment on a proposed adjustment to the boundary lines of four Baltimore County schools now under consideration by the Board of Education of Baltimore County. The proposed boundary change, which was presented to the Board during its May 19 work session, is necessary […]