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Baltimore lawyer Jim Shea has tossed his hat into the ring for Maryland governor, joining a crowded field of Democratic primary contenders that include both elected officials and business/community leaders from across the state.

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The Dundalk Heritage Parade Committee kicked off its first meeting of the year on Feb. 19 with two new co-chairs, Mike Mioduszewski and William Feuer.

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Non-profit organization Rebuilding Together Baltimore (RTB), which performs no-cost home repairs to low-income homeowners in the Baltimore County and Baltimore City area, are going to be working in Dun-Logan.

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Things are moving along during the midpoint of the 2018 session of the Maryland General Assembly. It is estimated that more than 1,700 bills have been submitted this year for consideration, according to Paul Blitz, Del. Ric Metzgar’s, chief of staff.

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The Turner Station Heritage Foundation Committee will present its 21st Black History Celebration on Sunday, Feb. 25, from 4 to 6 p.m. at Greater St. John Baptist Church, 209 Walnut Ave. in Turner Station.

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Dundalk native Will Feuer is a busy man, but he is hoping to add one more title to an already lengthy resume — school board member.

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“Terry Johnson’s stage adaptation of The Graduate is a bitterly hilarious dark comedy, full of rapid fire dialogue between fascinating and

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State Sen. Johnny Ray Salling and Del. Bob Long are proposing changes to state tax law during this year’s General Assembly session in Annapolis.

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A bill introduced in the state legislature last week would make it illegal for children to play tackle football on public fields until they reached high school.

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A food bank that has long been serving the steelworker community is set to shut down if they don’t find a new location as soon as possible, Don Kellner, president of the United Steelworkers (USW) Local 9477 retirees, told the Eagle last week.

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Gov. Larry Hogan stopped by Dundalk’s Boulevard Diner as part of a day-long visit to Baltimore County on Feb. 12.

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Baltimore County’s workforce development efforts got a shot in the arm last week as Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced the new Job Connector initiative.

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Four students and a bus assistant were transported to a local hospital for non life-threatening injuries following a crash between a Baltimore County school bus and a vehicle at 2:43 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 9.

Dundalk Middle School’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Club attended the BCPS STEM Fair held at the Cockeysville Middle School last weekend with their teacher sponsors, Mr. Lamarr and Ms. Knio.

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  • By Charlene Mayo cmayo@chespub.com

Twelve-year resident and “big fan” of Dundalk, Dan “Dundalk Dan” Dawes, started making beef jerky in his basement as a hobby.