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Catonsville is located in northern Maryland, just east of Baltimore. It was originally inhabited by the Piscataway Native American tribe, who established villages between the Potomac River and the Chesapeake Bay. Notable residents of Catonsville have included actor David Hasselhoff (Baywatch), assassin of President Abraham Lincoln John Wilkes Booth, musician Frank Zappa, and keyboardist Greg Hawkes and lead singer Ric Ocasek both of the band The Cars.
Local Newspapers: The Daily Record East Baltimore Guide
Local Sports Teams: Bays Baltimore Tribe Baltimore Blast Baltimore Bayhawks Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Ravens
Local Colleges: University of Marylandâ€”Baltimore County
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Towns/Cities near catonsville, maryland : Arbutus Oelia Halethorpe Carroll Woodlawn
Catonsville 'Snowmen' fundraiser melts, donations being returned
A snowman with its message of "No Hate," in Catonsville resident Karen Stysley's yard, was modeled after another snowman that was removed from a Catonsville display. A snowman with its message of "No Hate," in Catonsville resident Karen Stysley's yard, was modeled after another snowman that was removed from a Catonsville display.Baltimore-area homes that go all out with holiday light displays
A 25-foot Santa bursts through a rowhouse's front door in Federal Hill. Dozens of holiday-themed inflatables stand at attention on a Catonsville lawn.Seniors finding a voice with Columbia Encore Chorale
Encore Chorale rehersal Owen Brown Interfaith Center, Columbia, November 25, 2017. A group of 45 singers all ages 55 and up have been meeting for 15 weeks to present a series of holiday concerts, the first one being on Dec. 7. After losing her home in a fire two years ago, Ellicott City resident Sharon Koenig needed something positive in her life.10 things you didn't know about Ellicott City Partnership's Maureen Sweeney Smith
Maureen Sweeney Smith, 62, joined Ellicott City Partnership in February 2016 - just five months before a flash food ravaged Main Street. The nonprofit's mission is "to create an atmosphere that brings people into town," she says.Robin Keeler | Oak Crest
As director of resident life, Keeler will provide oversight and support to multiple areas that directly impact the daily lives of more than 2,100 residents, including wellness services, community resources, volunteer programming and pastoral ministries. Keeler brings nearly 20 years of experience with Erickson Living, the manager and developer of Oak Crest, to her new leadership position.Catonsville Community Responds After 'No Hate' Snowman...
It's WJZ Maryland's News Station. Click here for WJZ news stories Contact us with your tips, questions, comments & concerns! WJZ-TV anchors and reporters Send us  105.7 The Fan VISIT THE 105.7 THE FAN HOMEPAGE Welcome to 105.7 The FAN on CBSBaltimore.com.Windsor Mill man convicted of in death of girlfriend who went missing in 2010
A Baltimore County judge on Wednesday convicted a Windsor Mill man of second-degree murder in the death of his girlfriend, whose body was never found after she vanished in 2010. Cherice Ragins, his girlfriend at the time, was last seen leaving Elleby's mother's Catonsville home with Elleby in February 2010, and was never seen or heard from again, prosecutors said.Man Convicted In 2010 Killing Of Girlfriend, Whose Body Was Never Found
Baltimore County prosecutors say they obtained a guilty verdict in the 2010 murder of a woman whose body was never recovered. Baltimore County Circuit Court Judge Judith C. Ensor found Travis Elleby, 31, of Catonsville guilty of first-degree murder at the end of a three-day bench trial.Towson residents, police welcome widening of law limiting rowdy parties
County Councilman David Marks has played a lead role in passing and expanding a law to limit rowdy college parties in Towson neighborhoods. County Councilman David Marks has played a lead role in passing and expanding a law to limit rowdy college parties in Towson neighborhoods.Santas prepared to spread Christmas spirit
Mark Nettleship is president of the Mid-Atlantic chapter of the International Brotherhood of Real Bearded Santas. The group of men who play Santa as a side job during the Christmas season, meets regularly in Arbutus.Catonsville bike, pottery shops trade spaces
The new storefront of the Pottery Cove, a paint-your-own-pottery studio, is seen from Frederick Road. The Hub C'Ville Bikes, a bike shop in Catonsville, switched places over the weekend with the Pottery Cove, less than 100 feet away, Hub owner Scott Westcoat said.Share your blessings: Volunteers, donations keep Catonsville assistance programs alive
Waltitia Hollman, left, and Margaret Gaither, right, both of Catonsville ,wait in the sitting area at Catonsville Emergency Assistance center in Catonsville last week. Waltitia Hollman, left, and Margaret Gaither, right, both of Catonsville ,wait in the sitting area at Catonsville Emergency Assistance center in Catonsville last week.Councilwoman Vicki Almond enters county executive race
Baltimore County Councilwoman Vicki Almond says her three decades working within and for the community makes her the right choice for Baltimore County executive. The Catonsville resident kicked off her bid for county executive in early November, stating that she would run her campaign from a "community activist's perspective."County executive candidates debate education
Baltimore County Executive candidates Del. Pat McDonough , former Del. John Olszewski Jr., Maryland Insurance Commissioner Al Redmer and state Sen. Jim Brochin discussed education during a bipartisan debate at CCBC Catonsville last week.
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