Greg Pecoraro is running for re-election against challengers Kate Carter, Steve Colella, Kevin Earl Dayhoff, Ann Thomas Gilbert and Jessica Laird. The top three vote-getters will win seats on the Westminster Common Council.
The Baltimore City Department of Public Works will conduct emergency overnight repairs beginning Thursday night to fix a blocked sewer line at the intersection of West Baltimore and Howard streets, the Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration announced.
Common sense and public safety demand our elected representatives confront and demand that our government, traffic control department management come to a clear consensus on how to correct this public safety issue and act upon it. Maryland should be ahead of the curve and give it a green light.
I provided identification at the MVA. To my shock, I was told my social security card couldn’t be accepted, and was asked if I happened to have my marriage license with me. (I have no idea where that license may be but, after 56 years, I suspect it has disintegrated.)
At least 70 people showed up to the South Carroll Senior Center Tuesday morning to talk about growth, safety, zoning, infrastructure and traffic at District 5 Commissioner Ed Rothstein’s Town Hall meeting.
Strong winds Sunday night and throughout Monday downed trees, caused power outages and damaged homes across Carroll County. The gusts peaked at approximately 57 mph Sunday night, but were recorded at 46 mph at daybreak Monday, said Howard Silverman, a National Weather Service meteorologist.
The 5-8 inches of snow forecast for Carroll County starting Wednesday morning is likely to turn to sleet and ice before yielding to rain Wednesday evening, forecasters say. The various types of precipitation are likely to create hazardous driving conditions, they say.
The Maryland Department of Transportation is warning people of a potentially dangerous afternoon commuting situation Tuesday, as forecasters call for snow and ice for the Baltimore and Carroll regions.
Property owners in downtown Baltimore, concerned about crime and delayed maintenance, plan to add their voices, and possibly their resources, to improving the downtown area that has been getting an influx of residents and office workers.
The Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration will resume Light RailLink service beginning at 5 a.m. Friday after infrastructure repairs were made to fill sinkholes at North Howard and West Lexington streets in Baltimore.
Some might not think of it this way, but farmland is critical infrastructure akin to roads and bridges. It is the source of the food that sustains us. That’s why we are asking the Maryland Department of Transportation to consider farmland among the impacts in the Chesapeake Bay Crossing Study.
Baltimore’s buses, Light Rail, Metro Subway and MARC Train would be better served by local oversight than by the Maryland Transit Administration, a state agency which reports to the governor, according to the Greater Washington Partnership’s Capital Region Blueprint for Regional Mobility.
This week there will be pavement repair work on Md. 86 (Lineboro Road) between Md. 30 (Hanover Pike) and the Pennsylvania line. Motorists can expect single lane closures guided by flaggers Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. The work is expected to be complete by early-December.
Major delays are expected on Interstate 895 beginning later this month and continuing for the next three years, as the Maryland Transportation Authority limits the expressway to one lane in each direction for a $189 million replacement of the bridge north of the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel.
The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) will switch traffic on Md. 26, Liberty Road, between Emerald Lane and Calvert Way in Eldersburg Sunday night, Nov. 11 as part of its $5.7 million road widening project, which will include bicycle and turn lanes.
While taking a bus to school is still touted by the Maryland Department of Transportation as the safest way for children to travel, officials said this week the responsibility of ensuring that safety falls to everyone.