Registrations are now being accepted for the annual Dundalk Heritage 6K race, which will begin at 7 a.m. July 4.
SPARROWS POINT — Just weeks after making headlines for its lovely grand opening, Tiki Lee’s Dock Bar & Grill is back in the news — this time for a series of assaults and fights last weekend.
Enjoy the freshness seasonal fruits, vegetables, jams and honey, chicken, eggs, baked goods and more at the Dundalk Farmer’s Market. Soft crabs, in season, are also be available, but remember they sell out quickly! Nice if you can bring your own bags!
BALTIMORE COUNTY — Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski and Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young announced this week that the City and County will jointly initiate a comprehensive review of the business processes that govern the water delivery system that serves both jurisdictions.
EDGEMERE — The Todd’s Inheritance Historic Site will continue to keep history alive on the North Point Peninsula by highlighting the contribution of Ella Virginia Houck Holloway this weekend, and the public is invited.
DUNDALK — Norwood Elementary School principal Patrice Goldys says she’ll never forget the “excitement and joy” she saw every day as an elementary school principal. But she’s gearing up for retirement with similar excitement and joy.
DUNDALK — It’s no secret that substance use disorder — also called addiction — is rampant in Dundalk. From alcohol to opioids, there is a high need for recovery community support and harm reduction based services for people who use drugs in the area.
DUNDALK — Locally-trained entrepreneur and hair artist George Butler is hoping to help revitalize Logan Village Shopping Center with his new barbershop, Secret Society II.
Delegate Ric Metzgar (R-6) will host a Community Dumpster Day on Saturday June 22, 2019 from 8AM to 1PM on the corner of Dorsey Avenue and Woodward Drive in Essex across the street from the Essex Senior Center.
DUNDALK — Maryland's Comptroller Peter Franchot visited The Eagle's office for an interview on Friday. (We will publish the interview in a future issue!) Then, he joined District 6 representatives at Dundalk Fire Station Number 6 and recognized them for their outstanding work as first respon…
DUNDALK — The Dundalk Chamber of Commerce hosted its Business Expo last week at the Best Western Plus Hotel & Conference Center. The morning began with a breakfast and keynote speakers Dan Rodricks from The Baltimore Sun and Jonte “Too Tall” Hall, the shortest Harlem Globetrotter and cap…
Started in 1991 as a small faerie-themed party at Spoutwood Farm, the country’s first faerie festival has grown, changed, and spread its wings over the years to become the premier event of its kind. After celebrating the final, joyous 27th year at the Farm in 2018, the Faerie Festival is mov…
Spoutwood Farm and Marshy Point jubilantly invite all friends and fae to come play in the marsh with the Greenman, Lady Lucy, Mossman and the Marsh Man. The Summer Solstice Faerie Festival will feature a variety of live music, dancing, bubbles, magicians, fairies, goblins, renowned craft ven…
County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. and Police Chief Melissa Hyatt will use public safety town halls to provide brief remarks, but the goal is to listen to the residents and business owners in the county. County residents are invited to attend any of the forums that will be held in the county.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Weis Market donated $25,000 to the Dundalk Heritage Fair Association for the production of the upcoming event on June 28-30. The parade will take place on the morning of the Fourth of July. President Joe Falbo and Promotional Director Angel Ball rece…
EAST BALTIMORE COUNTY — It’s official: The class of 2019 are now high school graduates! Young people and families in the area are celebrating, as Dundalk High School, Patapsco and Sparrows Point high schools have hosted graduation ceremonies recently.
DUNDALK — “It’s another exciting day in Dundalk,” Del. Ric Metzgar, R-6, said last week as county and school officials came together for a special groundbreaking ceremony at Berkshire Elementary School.
DUNDALK — Sen. Johnny Ray-Salling, R-6, hosted a fundraiser breakfast at Costas Inn recently to briefly speak on some of his legislative initiatives. He also shared his ideas for community events.