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  • Campaign educates about trees

        Baltimore County’s Growing Home Campaign, coordinated by the county’s Department of Environmental Protection and Resource Management,  has expanded to include a partnership with Baltimore City.     The Grow...
  • Aaron Nicholas Goff

        A gathering of family and friends to celebrate the life of Aaron Nicholas Goff will take place Saturday, May 11, at 6 p.m. at The Balco Pleasure Club, 9318 Todd Ave. in Fort Howard.    {reg}The former North Point peninsul...
  • Mary “Cass” Dunphy

    Longtime Dundalk resident Mary “Cass” Dunphy died April 11 at her North Point Village home of 60 years. She was 86.     {reg}Born in Myersdale, Pa., the daughter of the late Mary and Edward Crowe graduated from Clara Barton Business Sch...
  • Douglas S. Dixon

    Dundalk native Douglas S. Dixon died April 13 at Johns Hopkins Hospital from cancer. He was 33 and had lived in Westminster for seven years.     {reg}He enjoyed fishing, hunting, kayaking, going to the gym and spending time with his family....
  • Raymond J. Iman

    Former Lodge Forest resident Raymond J. Iman died April 5 at the age of 82. He lived in Clearwater, Fla.     {reg}The son of the late Harry and Gertrude Iman was a U.S. Army veteran and worked at Bethlehem Steel for 42 years.    &...
  • Willard Sparks

    Longtime Dunleer Road resident and World War II veteran Willard Sparks died April 8 at Stella Maris from a stroke. He was 93.   {reg} Known as “Bill” to family and friends, he was born in Baltimore. He served in Company C of the 175 Infantry...
  • Nancy Bradshaw

    Loganview Drive resident Nancy Bradshaw died March 29 at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. She was 25.     {reg}The daughter of Susan Bradshaw and the late Lewis Bradshaw was born in Baltimore and grew up in Dundalk.     ...
  • Margel Love Burton

    Former North Point Village resident Margel Love Burton died March 29 at her home in Durham, N.C., due to complications from pneumonia. She was 81.     {reg}Born in Gore, W.Va., she worked at Continental Can Corporation in the  plastics...
  • Maryland Senior Citizens Hall of Fame nominations sought

    Nominations for Maryland Senior Citizens Hall of Fame are now being accepted for Maryland residents, 65 or older, who as active volunteers have made outstanding contributions to improve the lives of others in their communities.     Fifty in...
  • Odd Fellows to hold car and craft show April 27

        The International Order of Odd Fellows Grand Lodge of Maryland is hosting its spring car and craft show, Saturday, April 27, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the IOOF hall, 7721 Old Battle Grove Road.     The show includes over ...
  • Artists needed for Dundalk Art Show set for May 11

    Artists are needed for the 47th annual Dundalk Art Show, scheduled for Saturday, May 11, and  sponsored by the Dundalk-Patapsco Neck Historical Society and the Dundalk-Eastfield Recreation Council.    Art, sculpture, photography and cr...
  • Pre-k and kindergarten registration available at area schools

        Registration for pre-k and/or kindergarten classes for the 2013-2014 academic year are being offered at the following schools. Call the schools before registration for eligibility and documentation requirements.    Edgeme...
  • Heritage Parade committee announces this year’s theme

    The 79th annual Dundalk Heritage Parade will take place Thursday, July 4, starting at 8:15 a.m. at Logan Village Shopping Center and proceed along the traditional route, save for some minor changes.     This year’s parade theme is “Dund...
  • County offers free prom safety guide to parents

    The Baltimore County Department of Health is offering a free on-line copy of the “Safe and Sober Prom Season 2013 Parent Guide and Pledge Book” to help ensure safe and sober prom season.    The guide contains facts about underage drinki...
  • Help for job seekers offered at North Point Public Library

        The North Point Public Library provides job seekers a wide variety of assistance in looking for work or a career change.    North Point patrons have access to a number of books and DVDs designed for job seekers. Librarian...
  • American Legion’s Past Commanders’ Bonanza planned

    American Legion Post 38 will host its annual Past Commanders’ Bonanza, Sunday, May 5, from 2  to 6 p.m. at the post, 3300 Dundalk Ave.     A buffet dinner from 2 to 4 p.m. features baked ham, fried chicken and more. Activities includ...
  • Sigma Delta Chi award winner

     Steve Matrazzo, editor of The Dundalk Eagle, has been named the winner of a Sigma Delta Chi award for column writing, the Society of Professional Journalists [SPJ] announced on Tuesday.The Sigma Delta Chi awards are presented annually for excellence...
  • Firefighters respond to Cornwall Road fire; no humans home, but cats rescued

    Paramedic Firefighter Jamie Laroque holds a cat that was rescued from the house fire in the 2900 block of Cornwall Road on Monday. The cat had a minor injury on it right rear paw, which was bandaged by paramedic Stephanie Valencia (right). A second cat wa...
  • Sparrows Point glass artisans create unique works

    Sue and Ray Binetti create stained glass works of art at their Sparrows Point studio.photos courtesy Sue and Ray Binetti Binettis to appear at area craft festival by Nicole Rodman    Many people find stained glass to be a warm, inviting add...
  • KAMENETZ UNVEILS COUNTY BUDGET

    The proposed county budget includes funding for Todd’s Inheritance and Battle Acre Park.No new taxes, schools get more funding by Nicole RodmanBaltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz called for more funding for schools and recreation while keeping tax...