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  • Longtime rec and parks worker Weir enters council race

    Wants to help improve local “quality of life”by Bill Gates    Brian Weir announced his intention to run for Baltimore County Council shortly before the February filing deadline with a three-word statement on his Facebook page: “Enough...
  • Merritt Manor to undergo renovations

    Work expected to last through  the summerby Nicole Rodman    Continental Realty Corporation, owner of the Merritt Manor Shopping Center at Merritt Boulevard and German Hill Road, has announced plans to renovate the 91,000-square-foot s...
  • Local performing arts group continues to grow

    A Brand New Day moves to a new locationby Nicole Rodman    Last spring, Jeanette Campbell and Cathy Steffen set out to develop a performing arts program  open to people of all ages and abilities.    The result — A Bran...
  • KOC fish fry underway

    The Dundalk Knights of Columbus annual fish fry fundraiser is serving meals every Friday from noon to 6 p.m. through Good Friday, April 18, at the KOC home, 2111 Eilers Ave. The public is welcome.     The menu features Alaskan pollock, stea...
  • Donated shoes sought by bank

        Bay-Vanguard Federal Savings Bank is now collecting new and used shoes for Soles4Souls, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending poverty. Donated men’s, women’s and children’s shoes will be distributed in the U.S. and abroad. ...
  • LIBRARY NEWS

    SOLLERS POINT LIBRARY NEWSFree programs at the Baltimore County Public Library’s Sollers Point branch, 323 Sollers Point Road (Info: 410-288-3123)  •   Brain Dance, Book Dance, an interactive look into books for children ages 2 to 5 with an ...
  • Baltimore County offers separate yard materials collection service

        Baltimore County will be collecting yard materials for recycling separately from trash for residents with a “Y” on their schedule through mid-December.     For residents with no “Y” days on their schedule, yard ma...
  • CCBC summer class enrollment now available

    Registration for summer classes at Community College of Baltimore County is now available online at www.ccbcmd.edu/registration or in person at the enrollment service center on the Dundalk campus, 7200 Sollers Point Road.  A course schedule can be ob...
  • Compiled by Nicole Rodman

    •   40 years ago (from The Dundalk Eagle of April 4, 1974):    Longtime Dundalk resident and Olympic gold medalist Belle Moore Cameron was set to open the 3rd Annual Dundalk YMCA Swim Marathon. Cameron, a native of Scotland, won a go...
  • MEETINGS

    •  Notices will be printed up to two weeks in advance.  Meetings must be free and open to the public to appear in this section.  Most rec council, senior center and church meetings are listed in their separate columns elsewhere in this is...
  • Turner Station Black History Month honorees to be celebrated

        Kingdom Economic System and the Turner Station Heritage Committee invite all of the honorees from the Black History Month Celebration at St. Matthew’s United Methodist Church on Feb. 23 to join in a celebration at Del Capri, 302 Germa...
  • Youth Leadership Academy applications available now

        Applications are now being accepted for this year’s Youth Leadership Academy (YLA) sponsored by the Baltimore County Police Department. The YLA offers youths ages 14 to 18 an opportunity to develop leadership skills while learning abo...
  • Who is she?

        The first five people who call The  Eagle, 410-288-6060, on Friday between 2 and 3 p.m. and identify the Mystery Beauty will receive coupons for free shampoos and styles. Coupons expire in 30 days.    Participating s...
  • Mystery Beauty identified

    Last week’s Mystery Beauty was Christina Forbes of Holabird Avenue. She graduated from Dundalk High School in 2006 and enjoys doing nails, cutting hair and spending time with her nephew.     She was identified by Dawn Edmondson of Searles...
  • Former Dundalk Middle School PTSA president sentenced

        The case involving the theft of funds from the Dundalk Middle School PTSA came to an end this week as Stacy Lee Baker, 41, of the 40 block of Kinship Road, was sentenced to a five-year jail term with four years suspended.    &...
  • Family seeks information on vehicle in Merritt Blvd hit-and-run incident

    The parents of a teenaged girl struck by a car on Merritt Boulevard last month are seeking information to help locate the hit-and-run driver.    The victim, a student in the Culinary Arts program at Sollers Point Technical High, was crossin...
  • Police determine man found dead last month was struck by vehicle

    A man found dead on Old North Point Road early last month is now believed to have been the victim of a hit-and-run, according to Baltimore County Police.    Donald W. Richards, 44, of the 1900 block of Dineen Road was found lying in the str...
  • One Voice center seeks volunteers for advisory board

        One Voice Recovery Community Center is seeking volunteers for its advisory board. The board meets once a month – usually on the second Tuesday – from 4 to 6 p.m. at the center, 1 Market Place.    For more information,...
  • County encourages infant/toddler immunization

    The Baltimore County Department of Health encourages parents to immunize  infants and toddlers by age two against whooping cough, measles and 12 other serious childhood diseases.     For information on local immunization locations, con...
  • 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 Growing Home program, a...