Weekly Wrap-up: Forge Road Controversy, Drag Racing, Local Actor Goes to L.A.
A roundup of the week's biggest news stories.
Check out this past week's biggest news items.
County Councilman David Marks announced that the Forge Road closure near the Belair Road intersection would become permanent.
A community meeting was held to discuss the Forge Road closure, as well as possible road widening.
A burglar stole food, wine and a bicycle.
Police arrested an 18-year-old who tried to steal a cell phone outside of Starbucks.
The Perry Hall Improvement Association donated $500 to the White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company.
A gummy bear commercial was filmed at Jerusalem Mill Village.
Drag racing was reported in Perry Hall, White Marsh and Essex.
A fundraiser was held at Batter's Box for the Fullerton Fireworks.
The PHIA made a statement about Forge Road Improvements.
A geese family live outside the library.
Michael Yeager of Perry Hall won a trip to L.A. to see the premiere of Priest.
Vincent Farm Elementary performed the "Tale of the Hunchback."