Jacksonville

Baltimore County Restaurant Week Winter 2015

January 5th, 2015

Baltimore County Restaurant Week Winter 2015 starts Friday, January 9, and runs through January 24. There are 49 Baltimore County restaurants participating this month! Lunch and Dinner Prices will be $10.15, $15.15, $20.15, $25.15, $30.15, or $35.15. Each restaurant has set its' own prices and specialty menus, so you will have to look on each site [...]

Sunnybrook in Jacksonville Drinking Water Advisory February 11-15, 2013

February 8th, 2013

The Sunnybrook Community in Jacksonville has been issued a drinking water advisory by Baltimore County for the week of February 11-15, 2013. Baltimore County has issued the advisory because they are having contractors out to evaluate the community's water treatment plant. This advisory only affects the 108 houses served by the Sunnybrook Water System. Per [...]

Baltimore 4th of July Events

July 1st, 2010

Baltimore has many 4th of July events for people to enjoy. The largest one is in Downtown Baltimore called "Ports of America Chesapeake Fourth of July Celebration". Entertainment begins at 2 pm with the jazz band Lovecraft, and at 8 pm the Naval Academy's Electric Brigade begins at 8 pm. Fireworks are scheduled to go [...]

New Baltimore County Recycling Begins February 1, 2010

January 19th, 2010

On December 10, 2009, I announced the new Baltimore County Single Stream Recycling being implemented on February 1, 2010. Well, here we are in late January, and it is coming very soon! Here are the details -- it's SO easy -- now everyone in Baltimore County can recycle without having to think too much about [...]

Homeowners awarded an average of $693,000 for losses in Jacksonville House Values due to Exxon Spill

March 17th, 2009

Jacksonville, Maryland is a quiet area in Northeast Baltimore County. The area is also known as Phoenix, Maryland. Life there was generally uneventful until one fateful day in 2006 when an underground pipe at the Exxon Gas Station at Jarrettsville Pike & Paper Mill Roads began to leak -- releasing 26,000 gallons of fuel into [...]