RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

David Marks

A collection of news and information related to David Marks published by this site and its partners.

Top David Marks Articles

Displaying items 67-77
  • 'House of Cards' to film at courthouse in Towson

    'House of Cards' to film at courthouse in Towson
    Baltimore County's historic courthouse in Towson will become the set of the political drama "House of Cards" next month. The Netflix series' crew plans to film at the courthouse Aug. 7, though that date could change, county spokeswoman Ellen Kobler said....
  • Community group files appeal against Whalen's medical office project

    Community group files appeal against Whalen's medical office project
    A Catonsville community association is appealing Baltimore County's approval of plans for a new medical office building, saying the developer's recent conviction in a campaign finance case invalidates the entire review process. In documents filed last...
  • Traffic calming coming to Seven Courts Drive in Perry Hall

     Traffic calming coming to Seven Courts Drive in Perry Hall
    A stretch of Seven Courts Drive in Perry Hall where a local resident was killed in 2012 will be reconstructed this spring an effort to slow traffic and improve safety. County Councilman David Marks, whose 5th District includes Perry Hall, announced...
  • County library system evolving along with technology [Editorial]

    More and more, the last things on the minds of patrons strolling into Baltimore County's public libraries are books — you know, those quaint, bound collections of paper pages stacked on shelves. Computer stations and audiobooks were the early...
  • Balto. Co. libraries embrace new technologies, adapt to demographics

    Alaina Grubb, 31, wanted to do something stimulating and fun with her young niece and nephew the other day, so she took them to the county library in Woodlawn. Seriously. The library. Specifically, the Arbutus woman took Hayden Grubb, 5, and her 4-...
  • Balto. Co. may review backyard chicken regulations

    Balto. Co. may review backyard chicken regulations
    Some Baltimore County officials want to consider whether to allow more residents to keep chickens in their yards, making the county the latest local government in Maryland to examine a national coop craze. A County Council resolution being considered...
  • Baltimore County planning board to consider easing rules on keeping chickens as pets

    Baltimore County planning board to consider easing rules on keeping chickens as pets
    The Baltimore County Council on Tuesday asked the county planning board to consider whether more residents should be allowed to keep chickens as pets. Members unanimously approved a resolution requesting a planning board review of zoning regulations...
  • Perry Hall library celebrates 50 years in the books

    Perry Hall library celebrates 50 years in the books
    The Perry Hall Branch of the Baltimore County Public Library is celebrating 50 years of service this month, and on Saturday the community was invited to join the party. The branch has come a long way in those 50 years. From humble beginnings to its...
  • City Council poised to ban machines that give cash for phones

    City Council poised to ban machines that give cash for phones
    In an attempt to provide thieves one less outlet to collect cash for stolen cellphones, the Baltimore City Council is poised to vote Monday to ban automated kiosks that give money on the spot for used electronics. Council members threw aside a...
  • Cedar Cafe in East Towson has grand opening tomorrow

    Cedar Cafe in East Towson has grand opening tomorrow
    Cedar Cafe in Towson has been open for a year, but the Middle Easern cafe is having its official grand opening on Saturday. Owner Buthaina Mansour said she took over the Burke Avenue space about a year ago but did no marketing or advertising. Instead,...
  • Built in 1865, Jericho bridge in Kingsville to get $2 million overhaul

    Built in 1865, Jericho bridge in Kingsville to get $2 million overhaul
    As a low-slung car traveling about 40 mph clanked and clattered over the worn wooden deck timbers of the Jericho Covered Bridge in Kingsville, Chris Scovill noted wryly about how often the posted speed limit is observed on the structure that connects...