Just days away from the new year, now is the time to reflect on the news that shaped the Perry Hall community in 2011.
Revisit some of the most important stories from March and April and check for links to stories from May and June on Wednesday.
A 19-year-old college student was killed in a car crash.
One of Perry Hall's most influential community members turned 90.
Budget cuts were expected to deplete staff at Perry Hall High.
Police continued their search for the Bally Total Fitness shooter.
- UPDATE: Police Identify Suspected Bally Total Fitness Shooter
- UPDATE: Bally Total Fitness Installs Security Cameras After Shooting, Break-Ins
A man was killed in an accident along Honeygo Boulevard.
Protesters lined Belair Road in opposition to a new gas tax.
A fire damaged the Joppa Road Weis Markets.
A private school faced closure after losing funding.
Two Perry Hall High students were arrested after an incident with a handgun.
Businesses supported a plan to revitalize the Perry Hall Square Shopping Center.
Police arrested five boys suspected of breaking into an elementary school.
Local politicians met to discuss the state legislative session.
The Perry Hall Baptist Church turned 50.
Perry Hall High renamed its library.
A young girl survived a serious illness.
The senior center turned 20.
Check out the biggest news stories from January and February of 2011.
What do you remember most about March and April of 2011? Tell us in the comments.