Weekly Wrap-Up: Speed Camera, Surf City, Wrestling Movie

Catch up on the biggest Perry Hall news stories.

There was plenty of news to report this past week in the Perry Hall area:

Baltimore County announced a Seven Courts speed camera.

A recreational soccer league gains help from the pros.

Libraries are drawing ire for not stocking "Fifty Shades of Grey."

A man entered a home and shot himself, police said.

Open space is coming to Perry Hall.

Community members attended a meeting about a proposed trail extension.

Surf City on Belair Road closed.

Kingsville is preparing for its annual parade.

Perry Hall High is expected to get the Hollywood treatment.

A Kingsville woman became the victim of a tragic swimming accident.

What stories impacted you the most? Tell us in the comments.


zerocool1985 June 10, 2012 at 12:59 PM
All the links to the articles mentioned are dead.
Debra Check June 10, 2012 at 01:23 PM
Still can't figure out what the cameras are really doing because we don't need a photo of someone being struck by a speeding car. We do need speed humps and flashing lights. I have lived in Perry Hall since 1988. My children attended the Middle School and High School. It has never changed, when there are concerts or other activities at the school, trying to cross Ebenezer Rd to the school is a death wish. Since 1988, I have been so upset that the county doesn't do something to slow that traffic down and give pedestrians a chance to cross that road to the school. I live off of Ebenezer and do alot of walking. At night you can hear Ebenezer Rd being used as a "drag strip" and FYI, I can see the 4 way stop from my upstairs window and after about midnight, no one even bothers to slow down at the 4 way Carlisle Stop. I don't even care about that as much as the needed speed humps and flashing lights that have never been put at the Middle School area. You can keep the speed cameras but then no money would be generated through the tickets. Debby C.
Emily Kimball (Editor) June 10, 2012 at 07:47 PM
I'm sorry about the delay (I was off today). The links are now fixed.


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