New Victory Villa Elementary welcomes first classes

On Tuesday, September 4, the start of the school year, the students of Victory Villa Elementary will be walking into a new facility for the first time. The new building on Compass Rd. will welcome in a student population of approximately 735...

Vision Becomes Reality at the MD 43 Crossroads

Sitting along Maryland Route 43 in Middle River, Baltimore Crossroads is changing the economic landscape of eastern Baltimore County. One of the Mid-Atlantic’s largest mixed-use communities, Baltimore Crossroads offers over 6,000,000 square feet...

County Expands Successful Rental Registration Program

Baltimore County’s eleven-year-old Rental Registration Program, which protects the safety and quality of life of residential tenants and neighborhoods, is expanding its requirements for which rental homes must be registered with the County by...

Bill to bring 150 jobs to Middle River passes County Council

Bill 21-18 Zoning Regulations – Cold Rolling Mills, adds the definition of Cold Rolling Mills to the Baltimore County Zoning Regulations. Cold Rolling Mills produce thin sheets of metal often used to make beverage cans and other similar products...

Bevins presented Miramar Landing a County Resolution

Residents of Miramar Landing in Middle River were invited to celebrate their community becoming Bay-Wise certified on Sunday, June 12, and the unveiling of the community’s newest park, Biggs Square Park. The community is the first in the county...

Bevins Breaks Ground at Greenleigh

Greenleigh is placemaking at its best.” Kevin Kamenetz Baltimore County Executive Elected officials and developers gathered on May 17 to break ground on a $750 million mixed-use community that will bring 1,500 homes, along with retail and office...

New Traffic Signal Coming to White Marsh

WHITE MARSH, MD – A new traffic light is coming to White Marsh at a well traveled intersection. Philadelphia at New Forge roads will soon have a traffic light to regulate travel, according to Baltimore County Councilwoman Cathy Bevins, whose...

Bevins Wants Background Checks for Rec. Coaches, Volunteers

Baltimore County Councilwoman Cathy Bevins introduced legislation to ensure that coaches, assistants and other recreation volunteers are screened with criminal background checks on Monday, April 7. “With the efforts we have taken to promote...
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