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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 immigration forum canceled after threats of protests
A League of Women Voters member speaks at an Oct. 3 event, "Baltimore County Discusses: Immigration," held at the Cockeysville library. After the event was disrupted by protesters, organizers decided to cancel a similar discussion in Catonsville scheduled for Oct. 18. A League of Women Voters member speaks at an Oct. 3 event, "Baltimore County Discusses: Immigration," held at the Cockeysville library.Lawmakers plan hearings on spike in assaults at psychiatric hospitals
State lawmakers said Tuesday they will hold hearings to investigate the spike in assaults on staff members at the state's largest psychiatric hospital, after The Baltimore Sun detailed the increase. The Sun showed that assaults on staff at Spring Grove Hospital Center in Catonsville nearly doubled from the last six months of 2016 to the first six months of 2017.Parent urges relief for crowding at Johnnycake Elementary School
Community members listen during Monday night pre-budget meeting of the Southwest Area Advisory Council, held at Johnnycake Elementary School to gather community feedback ahead of next year's Baltimore County school budget process. Community members listen during Monday night pre-budget meeting of the Southwest Area Advisory Council, held at Johnnycake Elementary School to gather community feedback ahead of next year's Baltimore County school budget process.Erickson Living presents plans for Clarksville retirement community
A rendering of the proposed Erickson Living retirement community in Clarksville. The community would include 1,200 independent living units and 240 assisted living units.Swastikas, hate incidents on University of Maryland, UMBC campuses investigated, police say
Police at University of Maryland's flagship College Park campus and University of Maryland Baltimore County are investigating a spate of hate incidents, most involving drawings of swastikas. In College Park, police say someone used black marker to draw swastikas and scrawl hateful language inside a men's restroom stall in the Ellicott Dining Hall.2018 Maryland Assistant Principal of the Year named at Glenwood Middle
Glenwood Middle School assistant principal Debra O'Byrne was named the 2018 Maryland Assistant Principal of the Year on Oct. 5. She was joined by MASSP executive director Scott Pfeifer, left, Glenwood Middle principal Robert Motley and Interim Superintendent Michael Martirano. Glenwood Middle School assistant principal Debra O'Byrne was named the 2018 Maryland Assistant Principal of the Year on Oct. 5. She was joined by MASSP executive director Scott Pfeifer, left, Glenwood Middle principal Robert Motley and Interim Superintendent Michael Martirano.'Uptick' in hate vandalism reported at University of Maryland, Baltimore County
A swastika carved into a table on UMBC's campus, where police are reporting an increase in incidents of hate-related vandalism. A swastika carved into a table on UMBC's campus, where police are reporting an increase in incidents of hate-related vandalism.DoorDash restaurant delivery launches in Baltimore next week
DoorDash, a San Francisco-based restaurant delivery service, will launch Oct. 18 in Baltimore and surrounding areas including Arbutus, Catonsville, Columbia, Elkridge, Ellicott City, Halethorpe, and Hanover. On Thursday, New York City-based mobile app Slice launched in Baltimore.A revival of ideas for redeveloping Spring Grove land
The campus surrounding Spring Grove Hospital Center, pictured in 2011, is the focus of plans for redevelopment, but will remain under the control of the Maryland Department of Health for now. The campus surrounding Spring Grove Hospital Center, pictured in 2011, is the focus of plans for redevelopment, but will remain under the control of the Maryland Department of Health for now.Pedestrian killed on Beltway in Catonsville
State police are investigating after a pedestrian was struck and killed on the Beltway in the Catonsville area early Saturday. Police have not released the identity of the male victim.Shotgun found in car at Hillcrest Elementary School in Catonsville
A shotgun was found in a car at Hillcrest Elementary School in Catonsville on Monday, prompting a lockdown of the school and a police response that led to a four-car collision on Baltimore National Pike nearby , officials said. Officers found the gun in a vehicle in the parking lot after they were called about 11:36 a.m., police spokesman Cpl.'It's a nightmare': Sewage floods Academy Heights...
A small sign welcomes people to the Catonsville neighborhood of Academy Heights, which has long experienced problems with sewage line backups. A small sign welcomes people to the Catonsville neighborhood of Academy Heights, which has long experienced problems with sewage line backups.Judge holds Maryland official in contempt for delays in treating mentally ill defendants
A judge is holding Maryland's acting health secretary and other top officials in contempt of court, ordering them to open dozens of beds at state psychiatric hospitals by the end of the year. Retired Judge Gale Rasin, presiding in Baltimore Circuit Court, ruled Thursday that acting health Secretary Dennis Schrader and his top staff failed to follow court orders to place criminal defendants in state psychiatric hospitals.NJ Couple Desperate for Answers After Son Goes Missing in MD
The family of a South Jersey man who went missing after visiting his friend in Maryland are speaking out more than a month and a half after his disappearance. NBC10's Denise Nakano has the details.Catching up with previous Women to Watch
While making memorable music with the BSO, Marin Alsop added Brazil's Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra to her music director jobs in 2013 and became director of Peabody Institute's graduate conducting studies in 2015. "My schedule doesn't feel crazy," Alsop says.Baltimore's tree canopy is growing, slowly
Unlike most urban forests, Baltimore's tree canopy is growing - albeit only slightly, according to the U.S. Forest Service. Foliage covered 28 percent of the city in 2015, 1 percentage point more than it did in 2007.Dogs are the guinea pigs in arthritis clinical trials at Catonsville veterinary office
Clinical trial technicians Emma Natal-Phoebus and Samantha Mertz prepare Hanna, a 14-year-old Golden Retriever Chow Chow, for a stem cell clinical trial that will examine the effectiveness of stem cells in treating arthritis in dogs. Clinical trial technicians Emma Natal-Phoebus and Samantha Mertz prepare Hanna, a 14-year-old Golden Retriever Chow Chow, for a stem cell clinical trial that will examine the effectiveness of stem cells in treating arthritis in dogs.
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