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
  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • Neighbors debate pros and cons of park after Hess case

    Neighbors debate pros and cons of park after Hess case
    The row of brick duplexes on Yakona Road in Towson has been empty for months, the occupants gone after reaching a settlement with Hess Corp. over claims that a leaking gasoline tank had contaminated their properties. This summer, the houses are...
  • Solving transportation for Towson needs bipartisan approach [Letter]

    Thank you Councilman David Marks for your initiatives in response to the transportation problems in Towson. There is no question that we need the circulator and an increase in bike paths. The question is how to pay for it. As a senior citizen, I do...
  • Community donations aid county's plan for Perry Hall dog park

    Community donations aid county's plan for Perry Hall dog park
    Baltimore County plans to fund a dog park in Perry Hall after residents pushed for the project and collected private donations for it. County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said Wednesday the county plans to issue construction bids for the Perry Paw Dog...
  • Baltimore County's downtown

    Baltimore County's downtown
    To those whose impression of Towson is stuck in its days as the capital of white belts and white shoes, the idea that it could be to Baltimore what Bethesda is to Washington probably sounds hilarious. But the announcement Wednesday that developers plan...
  • Man found dead in overturned vehicle in Rodgers Forge

    Man found dead in overturned vehicle in Rodgers Forge
    A city man was shot to death in his truck Wednesday morning on a quiet, tree-lined street in Rodgers Forge as neighbors prepared to leave for work, police said. Donte Antonio Stephens, 36, of the 500 block of N. Schroeder St. in West Baltimore, was...
  • '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....
  • You're invited -- to watch movies under the stars and race in high heels [Perry Hall]

    Come and enjoy the movie series Under the Stars, courtesy of the Perry Hall Giant food store. Unique to our almost one-year-old store at 8905 Belair Road in Perry Hall, the series started at the end of June and runs until the beginning of August. An...
  • 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...