Volunteers with the Dundalk nonprofit Angels Supporting Your Troops ship 36 to 40 boxes a month full of donated gifts to U.S. military personnel around the world.
The builders of the Admiral’s Landing townhouse community in North Point Village plan to expand the complex with another 30 units, pending county permit approvals.
People say there’s no free lunch, but there are 300 free trees on order for Dundalk residents on a first-come, first-served basis for spring planting.
Sports & Recreation
The CCBC Dundalk men’s basketball team showed improvement in January but had little to show for it.
The Sparrows Point wrestling team essentially clinched the top seed in the Class 1A/2A North region with a dominating 61-16 win over host Eastern Tech on Tuesday.
The CCBC Dundalk athletic department last week announced new head coaches for the women’s basketball and softball teams.
• 40 years ago (from The Dundalk Eagle of Feb. 5, 1976):
The first four people who call The Eagle at 410-288-6060, ext. 0, on Friday between 2 and 3 p.m. and identify the Mystery Beauty will receive coupons for free shampoos and styles. Callers must speak to a live person; phone messages will not be accepted. Coupons expire in 30 days. Mystery Bea…
A gentleman from Fort Howard recently questioned my use of the term “Greater Dundalk.” It was an absolutely fair question. Fort Howard, as he pointed out, is not in Dundalk. No one could disagree with that statement. And yet, when I use the term Greater Dundalk, like the editors before me st…
Eagle reporter Joe Giordano asked about the Steel Bowl. I had seen many references to this bygone tradition, but I knew next to nothing about it, so I thought it an excellent question. As usual, I hightailed it down to the Dundalk-Patapsco Neck Historical Society to get the answer. And I lea…
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