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  • James Pedrick

    Services for James Pedrick will be held Thursday, Oct. 24, at 11 a.m. at Connelly Funeral Home of Dundalk, 7110 Sollers Point Road, followed by interment at Holly Hill Memorial Gardens.     {reg}The former resident of Dundalk died Oct. 17 i...
  • Ruth Elizabeth Coleman

    Viewing for Ruth Elizabeth Coleman will be held Thursday, Oct. 24, from 4 to 8 p.m. at Connelly Funeral Home of Dundalk, 7110 Sollers Point Road, with services Friday, Oct. 25, at 11 a.m. at St. Georges Episcopal Church, 12811 St. Georges Lane N.W., in Mo...
  • Alice H. Bielecki Placek

    Longtime Dundalk resident Alice H. Bielecki Placek died Sept. 20 in Reisterstown, her home of five years. She was 90.     {reg}Born in Warren, Ohio, she resided on Lawrence Road from the early 1950s to 2008.  She was a member of the Po...
  • Marjorie A. Leisher

    A memorial service for Marjorie A. Leisher will be held Saturday, Nov. 2, at 10 a.m. at Lodge Forest United Methodist Church, 2715 Lodge Forest Drive. Private interment will follow at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens.     {reg}The Graceland ...
  • Albert M. Falbo

    Lifelong Dundalk resident Albert M. Falbo died Oct. 8 at the age of 85.    {reg} He loved music and was an “accomplished drummer and violinist”, a family member said. He performed in several parades and competitions as a member of the Boumi ...
  • SHOP TALK

    What’s new in the business community   Bay Vanguard FSB, was among area businesses and organizations participating in North Point Baptist Church’s Trunk or Treat on October 19. The event was designed to allow local children to play game...
  • John Andrew Koscielski

    Longtime Dundalk resident John Andrew Koscielski died Oct. 11 at ManorCare Nursing Home of natural causes. He was 88 and had lived on August Avenue for 65 years.     {reg}He was born in Baltimore, served in the U.S. Marine Corps for three&n...
  • Dundalk United meets with local state legislators

    Karen Cruz (far left) and members of Dundalk United asked state legislative aide Michael W. Lore, Sen. Norman Stone (Lore’s boss) and Del. John Olszewski Jr. to help stop the sale of the North Point Government Center.photo by Ben Boehl Group asks for G...
  • Rowny goes from local boy to American hero

    At 96, Edward Rowny remains busy at his home at Knollwood Military Retirement Residence in Washington, D.C.photo by Michael RodmanArmy career took former Dundalkian from battlefield to the circles of power by Nicole RodmanEdward Rowny was 19 when he firs...
  • McComb earns state’s top teaching honor

    McDonald’s Family Restaurants of Greater Maryland presented a $10,000 donation for Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts to Sean McComb (center) at the Teacher of the Year Gala on Oct. 11.Patapsco High educator is named Maryland’s state Teacher...
  • DRC receives $912K from Department of Housing

    Money to go to housing projects in Dundalkby Ben Boehl    The Dundalk Renaissance Corp. (DRC) is used to receiving grants, but the one awarded last week was a little larger than usual.     The Maryland Department of Housing l...
  • Stormwater fee discussed at NPPC meeting

    “Rain Tax” tops agenda at area meeting Oct. 3by John G. Bailey    After a three-month hiatus, the North Point Community Council held its first general meeting of the fall season Oct. 3 to review new and ongoing developments.  ...
  • Democrats waiting to see if Olszewski seeks reelection

    Bud Staigerwald says he will run for public officeby Ben Boehl    Could this be Councilman John Olszewski, Sr. final term in office?     The four-term Democrat has served continuously since being elected in 1998, but he told ...
  • Republicans angry over Olszewski e-mail

    Delegate gives response to state GOP effortby Ben Boehl    The general election is still over a year away, but local Democrats and Republicans already appear to be fighting.    The latest bone of contention is an e-mail appea...
  • Peter Franchot pays visit to New 7th Democratic Club

    Comptroller questions moves by his own partyby Ben Boehl     Fresh off bringing a Dundalk issue to the table in a state meeting, Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot brought state issues to Dundalk last week as the guest speaker at the New 7...
  • Johns Hopkins Bayview receives national honors

    Hospital lauded for diversity, joint surgeryby Nicole Rodman    For years, Johns Hopkins has been recognized worldwide for its renowned university and medical institutions.    Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center has collecte...
  • Baltimore County offers tips for avoiding the flu

    Residents urged to get a flu vaccineby Nicole Rodman    According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, each year between 5 and 20 percent of U.S. residents get the flu.    While, for many, the flu can be fai...
  • Meetings

    Monday, Oct. 21 •   Harbor View Neighborhood Association: Meeting at North Point Government Center, 1747 Merritt Blvd., 7 p.m. Topic: criteria for the association’s Dumpster Day, which will be held in early November. Community input and...
  • Compiled by Nicole Rodman

    •   40 years ago (from The Dundalk Eagle of Oct. 18, 1973):    Area junior high schools celebrated American Education Week by holding open house events for parents. At Holabird, Dundalk and General John Stricker junior high schools, ...
  • Stricker holds breast cancer awarness day

    General John Stricker Middle School faculty, staff and students promoted breast cancer awareness on Oct. 3 by wearing pink ribbons with the names of people who are fighting or who have survived or succumbed to the disease. October is Breast Cancer Awarene...