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  • Who is she?

    The first six 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 salons include: Pasti...
  • Mystery Beauty identified

    Last week’s Mystery Beauty was Ramona Marcheski of N. Snyder Ave. She graduated from high school in 1974 and is a self-employed house cleaner.     She was identified by Joan Weber of Ambler Road, Lottie Kelly of Lombardy Drive, Paula Lock...
  • Troop 427 honors Scout achievements at fall court

    Members of Boy Scout Troop 427 of Edgemere were recognized for their achievements over the past year at the troop’s fall court of honor recently.  Three Scouts earned scout rank, two earned tenderfoot, three earned second class rank, one earned sta...
  • Candy sought for U.S. troops

    Angels Supporting Your Troops is collecting surplus Halloween candy to send to U.S. military personnel stationed overseas. To donate candy, call Irene Spatafore at 410-284-5275....
  • Baltimore County offers yard materials collection service

        Baltimore County is currently collecting yard materials for recycling separately from trash for residents with a “Y” on their schedule.     For residents with no “Y” days on their schedule, yard materials will be ...
  • Kimberly Hammacher weds Brian Rosenblatt

        Kimberly Hammacher and Brian Rosenblatt, both of Dundalk, have announced their wedding.      {reg}The bride works as a merchandiser for Acosta. The groom is a sales manager for Merchants Tire.     ...
  • Myrna McLaughlin turns 93

    Myrna McLaughlin of North Cove Road in Lodge Forest celebrated her 93rd birthday Oct. 26 with family and friends at her home, where she has lived for 60 years.  ...
  • BREAKING: Vanguard is county’s choice for Government Center site

    by Ben Boehl    Baltimore County officials have announced that Vanguard Commercial Development Inc. has been selected by a county panel as the preferred bidder for the North Point Government Center site.     The recommendatio...
  • Port operations restart after longshoremen’s strike

     Port of Baltimore longshoremen picketed on Wedneday afternoon after declaring a strike on Tuesday night. photo by Nicole Rodman Union, STA agree to 90-day “cooling off”by Nicole Rodman    Longshoremen at the Port of Baltimore are...
  • Major warehouse to be built at GM site UPDATE: Amazon to open warehouse

    The now-vacant site of the former General Motors plant is reported to be the new home to a new warehouse and possibly over 3,500 jobs. photo by Ben Boehl Just after The Eagle went to press on Tuesday, Amazon.com issued the following press release: &...
  • Army career takes local boy Rowny to circles of power

    Edward Rowny was a leading participant in the SALT talks that led to a treaty signed by President Jimmy Carter and Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev.Former Dundalkian held top roles in NATO, arms talks with Soviet Union SECOND OF TWO PARTS by Nicole RodmanBor...
  • Sources say councilman may not seek re-election in 2014

    “Special announcement” by Olszewski at son’s Nov. 2 campaign event touted onlineby Ben BoehlAfter retirement announcements by longtime state legislators Sen. Norman Stone and Del. Joseph “Sonny” Minnick this summer, major changes in the Dundalk-...
  • “Homelessness Summit” to address ongoing problem

    Del. Olszewski sets meeting at library Oct. 28by John G. Bailey    Del. John Olszewski Jr. will host a “homelessness  summit” on Monday, Oct. 28, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the North Point Public Library.     The summit ...
  • Community Theatre offers something for everyone

    DCT celebrates 40th season at  CCBCby Nicole Rodman    Audiences will laugh, cry and tap their toes as Dundalk Community Theatre (DCT) celebrates its 40th season.    The local theater group, in residence at CCBC Dundalk,...
  • NPV to get help from Rebuilding Together Baltimore

    Group to offer home repairs for residentsby Ben Boehl    Dave Patro, president of the North Point Village Civic Association, said he was happy to learn that his community has been selected by Rebuilding Together Baltimore (RTB) to have free...
  • Abel,“Zed” cartoonist, visits Colgate Elementary School

    Abel encourages students to work, study and learnby John G. Bailey    Cartoonist Duane Abel sold his first cartoon when he was 10 years old. Today, his comic strip “Zed,” which debuted when he was 16, appears in 25 weekly newspapers. &n...
  • County reaches deals with two more employee unions

    AFSCME had no contract since July 2012by Ben Boehl    The business of securing new contracts with county employee unions continued this month, as within the space of a week, Baltimore County was able to reach agreements with three unions: t...
  • Red Cross blood drive planned for Oct. 26

        The American Red Cross is hosting a blood drive Saturday, Oct. 26, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at North Point-Edgemere Volunteer Fire Department, 7500 North Point Road.    To schedule an appointment, call 1-800-733-2767 or visi...
  • Back River Restoration shrimp feast fundraiser set for Oct. 27

        The Back River Restoration Committe will hold its 5th annual shrimp feast fundraiser on Sunday, Oct. 27, from 1 to 5 p.m. at Hawks Pleasure Club, 430 Riverside Drive. Music provided by a professional sound company.     Ti...
  • Compiled by Nicole Rodman

    •   40 years ago (from The Dundalk Eagle of Oct. 25, 1973):    Officials at Bethlehem Steel agreed to a $70 million air quality compliance plan in an effort to stem air pollution from the steel mill. However, some health officials an...