Covering COVID-19

JIM NORMANDIN

Dear readers,

As the evolving concern and impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus heightens, all of us at your local newspaper and APG Media of Chesapeake are dedicated to providing the most recent and relevant information to our community.

During these unprecedented times, it is crucial for all people to get local and reliable information from a trusted source.

As we see our role to inform and update our community of the latest news or announcements, effective immediately, all local news, public information and announcements surrounding the coronavirus will be accessible as a public service to all visitors to our websites.

If you have questions or would like to submit information, please submit your questions to us and our news teams will do our best to assist you in providing information.

Each and every day, we are grateful for the work of our associates, the support from our community and the trust our readers and clients bestow in us.

Be safe.

Jim Normandin

President and Publisher

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Eight months ago, Nick, Lisa, Nicholas, Macy and the entire Boemmel family sent a letter of gratitude. This letter extended to companies, communities, families, and individuals that assisted them and showed kindness through one of the most difficult times of their lives. This hardship panned…

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I am disturbed to learn that the historic North Point Methodist Meeting House property is in danger of being compromised by the extension of a storage facility. Events which occurred there and in the neighborhood just over 200 years ago proved to be “Key” to the survival of America as a unit…

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In last week’s Eagle, Sen. Johnny Ray Salling, R-6, had proposed SB 198. It concerns citizens obtaining a permit to carry a firearm, for people who qualify, with proper gun safety and training.

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When Baltimore County became a “sanctuary county” via an executive order issued by Kevin Kamenetz, he did a disservice to the residents of our county. No public hearings were held to to see if we wanted alleged undocumented, non-English speaking immigrants living among us. This doesn’t take …

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Delegate Ric Metzgar (R-6) is offering Delegate Scholarships for students who live in the Sixth Legislative District (Dundalk, Essex, Edgemere, Fort Howard, and Rosedale) for the 2020-21 School Year.

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The Gray Manor Northshire Community Association is seeking to try and save the 2400 North Point Rd. property that borders Bread and Cheese Creek. The site has been identified by the National Park Service (ABPP) American Battlefield Protection Program as a core resource for the Battle of Nort…

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With the new year brings a new session, and I am excited and hopeful about the new changes in our State Senate. For the first time in over 30 years, we have a new Senate President, Bill Ferguson, whose district is right beside ours. We also have had many changes in our four committees. Senat…

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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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