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Flash Flood Watch issued for Baltimore metro area

NOTTINGHAM, MD—The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for the Baltimore metro area. The watch covers Baltimore County, Baltimore City, Harford County, and several other counties, and will be in effect until 9 p.m. on Wednesday evening. Slow moving showers and thunderstorms will produce very heavy rainfall, potentially leading to areas of flash flooding.  Rainfall rates may … Continue reading "Flash Flood Watch issued for Baltimore metro area" The post Flash Flood Watch issued for Baltimore metro area appeared first on Nottingham MD.
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Shooting near Overlea leaves two injured

BALTIMORE, MD—Detectives are investigating a shooting that occurred near the Overlea area on Wednesday evening. At just before 10 p.m., officers responded to a report of a shooting in the 4600-block of Raspe Avenue (21206). The victims told police that two suspects approached them and fired shots. The suspects then fled the scene. Both victims were transported to a local … Continue reading "Shooting near Overlea leaves two injured" The post Shooting near Overlea leaves two injured appeared first on Nottingham MD.
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Free outdoor movies coming to Honeygo Village Center

PERRY HALL, MD—More outdoor movies are coming to Perry Hall this fall. Honeygo Village Center will be hosting free “Carpool Cinema” events on Friday, September 24 and on Friday, October 29, 2021. Sept. 24’s free movie will be “Moanna.” Gates open at 7 p.m. and movies will begin at 8 p.m. Honeygo Village Center is located Honeygo Center Drive in … Continue reading "Free outdoor movies coming to Honeygo Village Center" The post Free outdoor movies coming to Honeygo Village Center appeared first on Nottingham MD.
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Police in Baltimore County seek help identifying crime victim

TOWSON, MD—Detectives with the Baltimore County Police Department are asking for the public’s help in identifying the victim of a crime that was committed in the county. Authorities are hopeful that someone may recognize the man pictured above. At this point, detectives say they are limited in the details they’re able to provide in this case. Police say the man … Continue reading "Police in Baltimore County seek help identifying crime victim" The post Police in Baltimore County seek help identifying crime victim appeared first on Nottingham MD.
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Outdoor movies coming to Honeygo Run Regional Park

PERRY HALL, MD—Outdoor movies are coming to Honeygo Run Regional Park, and the fun starts this weekend. Movies in the Park, presented by Echo Community Church and the Baltimore Country Department of Recreation and Parks, kicks off this Saturday, September 18, with a showing of Disney’s “Raya and the Last Dragon.”  Then, on Saturday, September 25, attendees can enjoy a … Continue reading "Outdoor movies coming to Honeygo Run Regional Park" The post Outdoor movies coming to Honeygo Run Regional Park appeared first on Nottingham MD.
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Parkville man arrested on child pornography charges

PARKVILLE, MD—Troopers arrested a Parkville man on Wednesday after a Maryland State Police Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Investigation developed evidence of alleged distribution and possession of child pornography. The suspect has been identified as 22-year-old Aaron Anthony Speight. Speight is charged with nine counts of possession of child pornography and six counts of distribution of child pornography. He … Continue reading "Parkville man arrested on child pornography charges" The post Parkville man arrested on child pornography charges appeared first on Nottingham MD.
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FBI Baltimore launches hate crimes awareness campaign

BALTIMORE, MD—The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Baltimore Field Office this week announced the launch of a hate crimes awareness campaign throughout Maryland and Delaware. “Over the last five years, there’s been a 25 percent increase in reported hate crimes, even still, the vast majority of these crimes are going underreported and that needs to change. The FBI can help, but … Continue reading "FBI Baltimore launches hate crimes awareness campaign" The post FBI Baltimore launches hate crimes awareness campaign appeared first on Nottingham MD.
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Councilman Marks: Improvements made to Gough Park

PERRY HALL, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Thursday announced the repainting and exterior cleaning of the bathroom pavilion at Gough Park. Gough Park is one of five new parks to have advanced along Perry Hall’s Honeygo Boulevard since 2010. “Gough Park is one of our most popular parks, but after more than five years, it needed some freshening-up. We … Continue reading "Councilman Marks: Improvements made to Gough Park" The post Councilman Marks: Improvements made to Gough Park appeared first on Nottingham MD.
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Perry Hall High School student named National Merit semifinalist

PERRY HALL, MD—Three Baltimore County Public Schools students from two high schools have been named semifinalists in the 67th annual National Merit Scholarship Program coordinated by the National Merit Scholarship Corp. The honored students are: Jacob B. Fey, Towson High School Tiffany T. Shum, Perry Hall High School Yousse Tewala, Towson High School “Congratulations to Jacob Fey, Tiffany Shum, and … Continue reading "Perry Hall High School student named National Merit semifinalist" The post Perry Hall High School student named National Merit semifinalist appeared first on Nottingham MD.
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Maryland Department of Health receives $1.8 million grant to support community-based COVID-19 response in vulnerable communities

BALTIMORE, MD—The Maryland Department of Health on Wednesday announced a three-year, $1.8 million grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to strengthen community-based COVID-19 response in three underserved jurisdictions. The award provides $600,00 annually in financial support and technical assistance for MDH community health workers in Allegany, Dorchester and Somerset counties. “Community health workers are on the frontline … Continue reading "Maryland Department of Health receives $1.8 million grant to support community-based COVID-19 response in vulnerable communities" The post Maryland Department of Health receives $1.8 million grant to support community-based COVID-19 response in vulnerable communities appeared first on Nottingham MD.
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Baltimore County to hold online public hearing for proposed solid waste regulation changes

TOWSON, MD—The Baltimore County Department of Public Works and Transportation (DPWT) is proposing several revisions to the Bureau of Solid Waste Management’s (BSWM) regulations. DPWT is proposing revisions to the “Regulation for Baltimore County Residential Trash and Recycling Collection” regarding an updated holiday collection schedule, the introduction of a residential bulk collection service, changes to set-out requirements, and general language … Continue reading "Baltimore County to hold online public hearing for proposed solid waste regulation changes" The post Baltimore County to hold online public hearing for proposed solid waste regulation changes appeared first on Nottingham MD.

ZIPS to hold grand opening, ribbon-cutting at Perry Hall Square

NOTTINGHAM, MD—The new ZIPS in Perry Hall Square will hold a grand opening and ribbon-cutting later this month. The event will begin at noon on Saturday, September 25, 2021, featuring a ribbon-cutting, therapy pets for photos, a fire truck, national champion sign spinners, prizes, and more, The full schedule is as follows: Ribbon cutting with Councilman David Marks: 12:15-12:30 Pets … Continue reading "ZIPS to hold grand opening, ribbon-cutting at Perry Hall Square" The post ZIPS to hold grand opening, ribbon-cutting at Perry Hall Square appeared first on Nottingham MD.
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Scattered storms, foggy conditions possible in Baltimore area through Friday night

NOTTINGHAM, MD—A few scattered storms may pass through the Baltimore area late in the day on Wednesday and Thursday. The National Weather Service says a few thunderstorms may develop or move into the area on Wednesday evening. These storms may result in an isolated instance of wind damage, or gusty winds over the waters.  Some dense fog may develop late Wednesday … Continue reading "Scattered storms, foggy conditions possible in Baltimore area through Friday night" The post Scattered storms, foggy conditions possible in Baltimore area through Friday night appeared first on Nottingham MD.
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Apartment fire reported in Carney

CARNEY, MD—Crews are on the scene of a Tuesday afternoon apartment fire in Carney. The fire was reported at around 4 p.m. on Barnwell Court (21234). Arriving units found heavy smoke showing from a three-story apartment building. There has been no word on any injuries. Motorists should use caution in the area. The post Apartment fire reported in Carney appeared first on Nottingham MD.
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New masking requirement effective immediately for all Maryland public schools

BALTIMORE, MD—The Maryland State Board of Education and Maryland State Department of Education on Tuesday received approval of a statewide masking requirement for all public schools. Following public testimony today, the Administrative, Executive, and Legislative Review (AELR) Committee approved the emergency regulation, which will be in effect for 180 days. The emergency regulation requires any person inside a public school … Continue reading "New masking requirement effective immediately for all Maryland public schools" The post New masking requirement effective immediately for all Maryland public schools appeared first on Nottingham MD.
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Baltimore County’s Solid Waste Work Group issues recommendations to improve recycling, solid waste system

TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County officials on Tuesday released the final report of the Solid Waste Work Group, offering 19 recommendations for improving the County’s solid waste collection and disposal system and reducing the overall volume of trash produced in Baltimore County. “We have an obligation to take action now to reduce our waste and create a sustainable path forward for generations … Continue reading "Baltimore County’s Solid Waste Work Group issues recommendations to improve recycling, solid waste system" The post Baltimore County’s Solid Waste Work Group issues recommendations to improve recycling, solid waste system appeared first on Nottingham MD.

Attorney General Frosh announces settlement with StubHub, Inc.

BALTIMORE, MD—Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh on Tuesday announced a settlement reached by the Consumer Protection Division with California-based StubHub, Inc. concerning the company’s refusal to pay refunds to consumers for concerts, sports events, and other events that were cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Maryland led an investigation that included nine other states and the District … Continue reading "Attorney General Frosh announces settlement with StubHub, Inc." The post Attorney General Frosh announces settlement with StubHub, Inc. appeared first on Nottingham MD.
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Olszewski announces new hiring incentives for Baltimore County Police Department, Department of Corrections

TOWSON, MD—In the latest effort to attract and retain qualified applicants for critical public safety positions, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski on Tuesday announced employment bonus incentives for new hires in the Baltimore County Police Department and the Baltimore County Department of Corrections. “We are committed to doing everything we can to recruit the best-qualified candidates into these vital roles … Continue reading "Olszewski announces new hiring incentives for Baltimore County Police Department, Department of Corrections" The post Olszewski announces new hiring incentives for Baltimore County Police Department, Department of Corrections appeared first on Nottingham MD.

Boundary process for new northeast area elementary schools set to begin next week

NOTTINGHAM, MD—The first meetings of the Northeast Area Elementary Boundary Study Committee, which has been charged with creating new attendance boundaries for the new northeast elementary school and a new, larger Red House Run Elementary School, has been rescheduled. The meeting will now be held on Wednesday, September 22nd. The public is invited to attend the 6-8 p.m. meeting online … Continue reading "Boundary process for new northeast area elementary schools set to begin next week" The post Boundary process for new northeast area elementary schools set to begin next week appeared first on Nottingham MD.
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BOOM ALERT: Aberdeen Proving Ground to conduct firing tests on Tuesday

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Loud noise alert! Aberdeen Proving Ground officials have announced that the base will conduct daytime and nighttime testing on Tuesday, September 14th. The base will be conducting tests from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Noise may be heard in some areas off the installation. These operations are not hazardous to residents in our surrounding communities and are integral to … Continue reading "BOOM ALERT: Aberdeen Proving Ground to conduct firing tests on Tuesday" The post BOOM ALERT: Aberdeen Proving Ground to conduct firing tests on Tuesday appeared first on Nottingham MD.