We lead this week's roundup with two long-term Perry Hall projects—one finally coming to fruition and the other still a promise of support.
We began the week with back-to-back high school sports blogs from Perry Hall Christian baseball and Perry Hall High school track and field (great photos). Perry Hall Christian pitcher Dean Jolley deserves special recognition for throwing a second no-hitter this season.
Baltimore County Councilwoman Cathy Bevins submitted her budget update for the Sixth Councilmanic District Monday. We're hoping Sen. Kathy Klausmeier will consider doing the same.
Hon Fun blogger Jackie McTear coincidentally wrote about her love for TacoLove Grill on the same day the authentic Mexican eatery R&R Taqueria opens its new location in Perry Hall.
Paul Amirault, treasurer of the Perry Hall Rec Council, could not believe the dream of a new multi-purpose gymnasium at Gough Park was finally coming true. It's a project that was six years in the making.
But another long-term project languishes still. Councilman David Marks has pledged to make the Perry Paw Dog Park a reality in 2014.
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