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I noted in a Dec.20 Eagle article (“Olszewski names county’s first Ethic and Accountability Director”) that County Executive Johnny O, recently announced the appointment of our first Ethics and Accountability Director. I’m sure everyone wishes the appointee, Ms. Kelly Beckman Madigan, the be…

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Have you noticed the sewer water in Bear Creek since September? It would get dirty and smelly for a few days, then clear up.

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I read the Letter to the Editor written by Bob Staab, Chas Scheidt and Rick Cruz (“All I want for Christmas,” Dec. 19, 2019) in the Eagle and wondered whatever happened to the idea of letting the dead rest in peace?

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Editor’s Note: Jack Burkert is a local historian studying and writing about all things Baltimore. In this series, he explores the life and times of the people, the places and the history of Sparrows Point steel mill and shipyard. Jack is a Dundalk resident and has a series of seminars availa…

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2019 was another great year because of the over 80 people who donated this year. We were able to take care of approximately 190 children for Christmas with many gifts for each child.

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In December, when most people are busy shopping and getting ready for the holidays, over 10,000 people packed the Giant Center, home of the Hershey Bears minor league hockey team in Hershey, Pennsylvania for a rally for President Trump.

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Throughout the impeachment process, Republicans have constantly been stating ever since the 2016 election that the Democrats have been trying to impeach the president.

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The recent Dundalk Eagle insert, “50 in 50”, prompted me to hark back to the 50’s when I delivered The Eagle predecessor, The Community Press, in Jones Creek. And to growing up from 1946 to 1967 on Colgate Avenue in St. Helena, Dundalk’s second oldest community, an area that was known as “th…

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National Newspaper Association President Matthew Adelman, publisher of the Douglas (Wyoming) Budget, issued a call for civility and respect for journalists as they do their jobs. His call follows the release of a news report about a reporter in Chattooga County (Georgia) who was attacked whi…

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Sparrows Point Country Club has a long and storied history that covers over two centuries, beginning in the War of 1812. The first clubhouse of Sparrows Point was once a home that British Soldiers occupied in the War of 1812.

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Crime is getting out of hand in our area. We all heard about the recent shootings in Essex and Middle River over the weekend.

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Your Nov. 14 issue calls into question your editorial choices for Dundalk’s “community” newspaper.

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Of the many issues I have spoken to since being elected by the good people of southeastern Baltimore County, the issue I have talked about most is tolls and their impact on our communities. I am happy to speak to where we are with this issue.

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I fear that Chas Scheidt’s hope that Johnny O will stand with Dundalk (letter to the editor, Oct. 24) will be in vain. What has Johnny O done for our community? He is in favor of open borders, which has contributed to Maryland becoming a sanctuary city, which of course has forced the taxpaye…

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North Point has been more than a facility to the Dundalk Community. It has, in many cases, been the life blood of the people who live in the community. It has been a sanctuary to tens of thousands of youth and adults and has helped to shape the lives of both youth and adults.