FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF DUNDALK 100 St. Helena Ave. 410-282-4256 (At the corner of Dundalk Avenue)

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Editor’s Note: Due to reader request, we have also included the police blotter from Essex. We do not currently have the staff resources to include District Court Report. We know they are a big fan favorite, and we will be working to include them in the near future! Thank you for supporting c…

For more than a year now, NeighborSpace has been part of a committee working on a major collaborative project in Dundalk. The project, previously known as the “Maryland Line Trail”, has been given a new name to reflect the exciting steps being taken to bring this community development to fru…

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DUNDALK — Students from Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts participated in the second annual Educators Rising Conference, held for BCPS students interested in education careers, on Jan. 9.

DUNDALK — Henrietta Lacks’ grandson, Ron L. Lacks, will publish a book on Jan. 29 called “Henrietta Lacks The Untold Story,” to set the record straight about his grandmother’s life from the perspective of people who actually knew and were apart of her.

As we begin a new year, it is a good time to sit back and reflect on the successes we had in 2019. While there are too many to name in one article, a few rise to the top, including the designation of Mallows Bay as a National Marine Sanctuary (the first one in nearly a decade), the opening o…

We asked. You answered. The Dundalk Eagle asked Dundalkians to name the biggest local stories from the last decade. Here are your responses.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF DUNDALK 100 St. Helena Ave. 410-282-4256 (At the corner of Dundalk Avenue)

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DUNDALK — The General Assembly convened on Jan. 8 to inform the community about legislative topics that will arise. Del. Bob Long, R-6, hosted an unofficial town hall meeting to listen to the people’s concerns and see what can be done.

Dundalk American Legion Post 38 Baseball is looking for a head coach for its U-19 baseball program for the 2020 summer baseball season. For additional information to to schedule an interview, contact Bob Redyk at 443-854-4660.