DUNDALK — The Osprey Composite Squadron of The Civil Air Patrol has a new commander, as Maj. Karl Lotvedt relinquished his command to Lt. Russell Chenowith during a change-of-command ceremony on Dec. 3 at American Legion Post 38.
A Baltimore man has been charged with second-degree rape and attempted child kidnapping for an incident that happened near Norwood Elementary School in Dundalk on Dec. 2.
Candlelight shined just as bright as street lights on Delvale Avenue on Dec. 6, as family, friends and neighbors held a candlelight vigil in memory of Trinity Lynn Brooks.
BALTIMORE — On Monday, Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) Police Chief Col. Jerry Jones swore in the agency’s newest officer. Ofc. S. Claus, badge #1225, will be assigned to Toys for Tots collection sites at toll facilities across Maryland and at the Port of Baltimore.
PERRYVILLE – Customers of Maryland’s toll facilities are invited to join the Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) Police, MDTA staff and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves in participating in this year’s national Toys for Tots campaign. This is the 30th consecutive year MDTA Police have supp…
DUNDALK — Dundalk Renaissance Corporation has been awarded $810,000 from the state of Maryland for Baltimore Regional Neighborhood Initiative (BRNI) and Strategic Demolition grants.
DUNDALK — Christmas is fast approaching and organizations all over Dundalk are hosting fundraisers and toy drives for children in need.
Corporate stores will be overflowing with customers seeking their annual Black Friday specials. Local businesses around Dundalk will offer specials for Small Business Saturday on Nov. 30, the day after Black Friday.
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot visited Jimmy’s Famous Seafood in Dundalk on Nov. 22, presenting a proclamation to the establishment’s owners.
DUNDALK — Dundalk Middle School’s physical education instructor Brian Bandurchin was one of four Baltimore County Public Schools educators selected to win the Simon A. McNeely Award from the Maryland Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE).
DUNDALK — The issue of climate change has been proven time and again to be a complicated, and often polarizing, issue across the United States.
WASHINGTON — After internal and external pressure to process DNA samples at local police departments, the Baltimore congressional delegation has allocated almost $500,000 in federal funds to clear up backlogs for local crime labs.
DUNDALK — We are extremely sad to report that Joe Falbo, a pillar in the Dundalk community and longtime head of the Dundalk Heritage Association, passed away Nov. 22 due to complications from a recent medical event/procedure.
DUNDALK — A new property management company has arrived in Dundalk, aimed at helping people not only invest in real estate, but also manage the responsibilities that come with owning property.
BALTIMORE COUNTY — As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches and the $27 million Bay Bridge deck rehabilitation project continues, the Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) is reminding motorists to travel during off-peak hours, stay alert and plan ahead to avoid travel delays.