Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Whether the weather is clear or not, roadwork, accidents and other obstacles could hamper your commute. We have a map for that.
Pikesville Patch's commute map is always available to check whether the route you're planning to take is clear, or fraught with delays. Check our commute map for traffic updates that may occur along your route.
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
The Ravens Super Bowl Victory parade starts at 10:45 a.m. Tuesday, going from Baltimore City Hall to M&T Bank Stadium. Get live, parade-traffic updates from Pikesville Patch.
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
No matter how far away you roam, you can check for road closures, construction and more on Pikesville Patch.
Whether you're staying close to home or traveling afar for the Thanksgiving holiday, you can check your route ahead of time with Pikesville Patch's interactive commute map. It's a permanent tool on Pikesville Patch, with up-to-date road closures and construction projects and traffic conditions. Access it any time at http://pikesville.patch.com/commute. Because it's interactive map, so you can click and drag to any part of the country. Try dragging northbound up I-95 to see the numerous projects in the works after Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey and New York. On the Pikesville Patch website, the map is accessible under the "More Stuff" tab at the top of the page.
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
To help you keep your family protected, here's a map of registered sex offenders in Pikesville's 21208 ZIP code, and a link to finding sex offenders in other areas, as well.
After talking to our children all year about being safe and not talking to strangers, there's one day each year we send them out onto the streets and tell them to knock on strangers' doors. Halloween is upon us, and Pikesville Patch wants to help everyone stay safe. So we've created this map of Pikesville's 13 registered sex offenders in 21208, so you can choose whose door to knock on and whose not to—especially if your family is trick-or-treating in a different neighborhood, with friends or at Grandma's. To check out your neighborhood, zoom in or out of the map above. To find out more information about the people listed here, and to see photos, visit The Maryland Department of Public Safety & Correctional Services website, and enter ZIP …
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Online, the Survey offers charts, graphs, and a chance to submit your own assessment of the earthquake Tuesday.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, a magnitude 5.8 earthquake occurred at 1:51 p.m. Tuesday in Mineral, VA. That's the earthquake we felt here in Pikesville. For the survey's summary of the quake, visit the Tectonic Summary on the survey's website. Here's a map of the intensity of the quake. You can help scientists study the effects of the quake by answering some questions for the survey, under its "Did You Feel It?" feature. To subscribe to earthquake notifications for your area, visit the survey's "Earthquake Notifications Service." Read about where some Pikesville residents were when the earthquake shook the East Coast.