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Chances are, if you’re at least 50 years old and were asked, “What was your favorite hangout in Dundalk?” you probably say The Circle, located up on the “city end” of Dundalk Avenue — and rightfully so.

2018 is an election year, commonly known as the midterm elections. The U.S. Congress is the most important body in the federal government. Every two years we elect a new Congress (the whole House and 1/3 of the Senate). Typically, less than 37 percent of the electorate show up to vote in thi…

While taking a walk through Heritage Park in Dundalk on these temperate winter days, one passes a monument to workers who were killed on the job at the former Bethlehem Steel plant at Sparrows Point.

Thanks to all that donated this year. It was the best year we’ve ever had. The caring people from Edgemere, Dundalk, Essex, Overlea, Perry Hall and other places stepped up again. Even people from out of state, who still subscribe to the Dundalk Eagle, helped us out.

Lately, there has been a lot of traffic traveling through residential areas from the Port of Baltimore. I understood that there was to be no traffic over 3/4 ton on Belclare, Dunmanway, Sollers Point Road, Holabird Avenue or Dundalk Aveue.

There are countless issues that affect the current immigration policy of the United States. The following issues, if addressed, could help to deal with this national crisis.

To all the thousand-plus waterfront owners on Bear Creek and all its coves. We enjoyed clear and clean water all spring and summer. About two weeks ago overnight, the water turned into a brown and smelly mess. It has to be a sewage spill from one or more of the seven or eight pumping station…

There have been a lot of reasons given by Democrats about how Donald Trump won the presidency. The Russians did it, Hilary’s emails and voter repression are among the most popular. But, over 90 million registered voter failed to vote. Surely, that could have had a large impact on the results…

Recently, all national cable news networks reported that the California branch of the NAACP was calling for the elimination of our national anthem because its “racist overtones” were offensive to some Americans. My initial reaction was an overreaction based on my emotions, appreciation for o…

I just read Bob Longs announcement of P-Tech to be introduced into Dundalk Highs curriculum next year [“The Long Story Short,” Dundalk Eagle, Nov. 16, 2017]. I received this thinking, “Isn’t that what Sollers Point Tech was for?”

As a recovering addict and alcoholic, I find nothing quite so galling as a lecture about sobriety from a lifelong teetotaler:

On the front page of the Sun last week was a young lady’s horrific story of what her life is like battling breast cancer. During the night on WCBM, a man from Canada spoke about how he recovered twice from prostate cancer using cannabidiol.

I find the current, non-stop news accounts about sexual abuse extremely disconcerting. I have many amazing women in my life. A beautiful mother, an outstanding sister and a truly wonderful 16-year-old niece. I think of them every time I watch or read one of these news stories.

A heartfelt thanks to all the wonderful and caring folks who donated, attended and supported the Woman’s Club of Dundalk “Soup for the Soul” fundraiser held at Wise Avenue Volunteer Fire Company hall on Sunday, Sept. 24. It was a huge success and would not have been possible without strong c…