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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
Around Linthicum: Delegates' bills pledge Maglev transparency
A Feb. 15 hearing of the House of Delegates Environment and Transportation Committee feature testimony on the impact of the proposed Maglev high-speed rail project. A Feb. 15 hearing of the House of Delegates Environment and Transportation Committee feature testimony on the impact of the proposed Maglev high-speed rail project.Beating biscuits like Banneker: Catonsville park brings history to life
Volunteers gather to make food over the hearth during the workshop led by Reed Hellman at the Benjamin Banneker Historical Park and Museum in Oella on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018. The museum will launch it's 20th anniversary celebrations.Longtime resident promotes poetry, arts in Dundalk
The presence of poetry, on an ongoing basis, may inspire some people, according to longtime Dundalk resident, poet Dennis Sidney Martin. Martin has been writing since the sixth grade but didn't get his work published until he was in his 40s.Catonsville Man Sentenced For Killing Girlfriend; Body Never Found
A Catonsville man was sentenced Friday to 25 years in prison for the second-degree murder of his girlfriend, whose body was never recovered, prosecutors say. Travis Elleby, 31, was convicted in a November bench trial before Judge Judith C. Ensor in Baltimore County Circuit Court.Gourmet grocer to set up shop in downtown Catonsville
The front of 818 Market, a Catonsville grocery whose owners will begin construction in March, is shown in a concept drawing by architect Todd McEntire. The front of 818 Market, a Catonsville grocery whose owners will begin construction in March, is shown in a concept drawing by architect Todd McEntire.Now-and-then pictures: Oella Avenue in Ellicott City
A child stands on Oella Avenue below the streetcar bridge at Ellicott City in 1939. The No.CCBC Star Parties return to delight star-gazers
The next event will be held on Feb. 23 from 7 to 8 p.m. at the campus observatory at CCBC Dundalk, 7200 Sollers Point Road. The event has become something of a tradition at CCBC, held for the past several years at the campus observatory.Shoemaker proposes death penalty bill for cop-killers, mass murderers
Del. Haven Shoemaker, R-District 5, and Del. Jason Buckel, R-District 1B, are primary sponsors on House Bill 887, which would make the death penalty an option when someone is convicted of first-degree murder of a police officer, a correctional officer or a first responder, or in the case of a mass murder of three of more people.Blue Iris Flowers to move back to Catonsville
Blue Iris Flowers owner Allison Glascock prepares Valentine's Day orders at her temporary storefront in Arbutus last year. On Feb. 6, Allison Glascock, owner of Blue Iris Flowers, marked a dark anniversary: One year before, her Catonsville shop, which she had owned since 2011, was destroyed in an early-morning fire.Police Seek Missing Man Who Left Nursing Home Saturday
Baltimore County police are looking for a man who left a Catonsville nursing home on Saturday and hasn't returned. Nathaniel Davis, 66, left the nursing home in the 1500 block of Frederick Road at around 9 a.m. While police say he doesn't have any medical, physical or cognitive conditions of note, it's unusual for him not to return to the home.'Something brought me back': Amid opioid crisis, southwest Baltimore County works to save lives
Narcan Nasal Spray was given to those certified after attending an opioid overdose prevention training session given by the Baltimore County Department of Health. Narcan Nasal Spray was given to those certified after attending an opioid overdose prevention training session given by the Baltimore County Department of Health.Muslim civil rights group opens Catonsville office
The Council on American-Islamic Relations hosts a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Jan. 29 to celebrate the opening of its new Catonsville office. The Council on American-Islamic Relations hosts a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Jan. 29 to celebrate the opening of its new Catonsville office.After Royal Farms hearing snafu, Quirk proposes rules for online public notice
Councilman Tom Quirk, speaking during a Baltimore County Council legislative session in November, is expected to introduce a bill Monday night to beef up the requirements for notifying the public about zoning variance hearings. Councilman Tom Quirk, speaking during a Baltimore County Council legislative session in November, is expected to introduce a bill Monday night to beef up the requirements for notifying the public about zoning variance hearings.Years after Baltimore County officer was killed, remarried widow fights to keep pension benefits
Baltimore County Police Officer Jason Schneider was shot to death in 2013 while trying to serve a warrant at a home in Catonsville. His survivors included a widow and a young son from an earlier marriage.MTA adds new Tradepoint bus route, other changes, including GPS tracking
The Maryland Transit Administration will launch a new route to the Tradepoint Atlantic development in Sparrows Point, discontinue three of its lowest-ridership commuter routes and modify more than a dozen other routes, service times and bus stops starting Sunday. The agency also plans to spend roughly $1 million to outfit 500 buses with GPS devices to allow riders with smartphones to see exactly where the buses are, MTA Administrator Kevin Quinn said.Southwest Baltimore County libraries to mark Black History Month in February with films and stories
"Culture Queen" Jessica Smith speaks during a celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. at the Banneker Douglas Museum in Annapolis on Jan. 13. "Culture Queen" Jessica Smith speaks during a celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. at the Banneker Douglas Museum in Annapolis on Jan. 13. The Catonsville, Arbutus, Lansdowne and Woodlawn libraries plan to mark Black History Month in February with children's programming and a film series. "We have some really great programs that emphasize the fact that African-American history is American history," said Julie Brophy, the library system's adult engagement coordinator.Teen Who Fled Into School Charged As Adult After Threat, House Fire
A 16-year-old boy is in custody Thursday morning after he allegedly threatened a person, set a house on fire and fled toward a school, Baltimore County police said. He's since been charged as an adult.Police say knife-wielding teen is suspected of entering Catonsville school, setting house fire
Baltimore County Police say they expect to file charges against a 16-year-old who is in custody after reports he entered a Catonsville school and set a fire at a nearby house. Baltimore County Police say they expect to file charges against a 16-year-old who is in custody after reports he entered a Catonsville school and set a fire at a nearby house.Teen being investigated for several crimes
Baltimore County Police are investigating a string of crimes committed by a 16-year-old boy in Catonsville Thursday morning. Police were called to the 900 block of Bardswell Road for a house fire at 10:30 a.m. Crews on the scene discovered the fire had been set intentionally.Catonsville, Arbutus Water Main Breaks Caused by Old Pipes
Catonsville and Arbutus water main breaks were caused by old pipes running through the area, according to a report from the Baltimore Sun . Garden Ridge Road was the source of resident anger as water started to bubble up from a hole in the street.
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