Weekly Wrap-Up: Historic Fire, Denied Bail, Comptroller Visit
Find the biggest stories from the past week.
Catch up on the latest news impacting the Perry Hall area:
Perry Hall remembered 9/11.
- PHOTOS: Perry Hall, White Marsh Remembers 9/11
- Remember 9/11, Urges Perry Hall Improvement Association
A Stemmers Run Middle School gun incident was an eerie reminder of Perry Hall's student shooting.
- Stemmers Run Student's Grandfather Charged with Gun Violation
- Second Schools Gun Incident Prompts Additional Police Presence
- After Gun Reported, Parents Take Stemmers Run Students Home
- UPDATE: Gun Incident Locks Down Stemmers Run Middle
A historic factory property caught fire, frustrating residents and firefighters.
- Vacant Kingsville Factory's 'Historic' Protection Stifling Firefighting, Demolition
- Vacant Factory Fire Threatens Kingsville Neighborhood, Arson Suspected
The Perry Hall Improvement Association took up tree care.
A second Marylander died from the West Nile virus.
The accused Perry Hall High student shooter was denied bail, pending a mental evaluation.
Perry Hall Patch turned 2.
After many months of anticipation, Perry Hall's second Walgreens opened its doors.
Comptroller Peter Franchot visited Perry Hall and shared some policy proposals.
- 5 Proposals From Comptroller Franchot's Perry Hall Visit
- LIVE BLOG: Comptroller Peter Franchot Talks Fiscal Disipline at PHIA Meeting
A home burglary and car theft were reported.
Police say a vehicle struck a woman and fled the scene, after a reported fight over a parking spot.
What stories impacted you the most? Tell us in the comments.