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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.

Population: 39820
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 Maryland—Baltimore County

Zip Codes associated with catonsville, maryland: 21228 21229
Towns/Cities near catonsville, maryland : Arbutus Oelia Halethorpe Carroll Woodlawn

Catonsville News
Catonsville YMCA takes over Big Brothers, Big Sisters mentor programs

The Y in Central Maryland has taken over operations of the defunct Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake. In a June 6 letter from the area Big Brothers board chairman, Steve Lambertson, and president and CEO, Kera Ritter, supporters were told the organization, which has operated Baltimore-area programs for more than 60 years, had been struggling financially.

With fall semester near, Towson University's neighbors say...

Joe La Bella, president of the Towson Manor Village Inc. community association, talks about Baltimore County's social host ordinance, near Towson Manor Park. Residents say the ordinance has improved community relations with the college and helped reduce complaints about loud, off-campus parties held by students.

New candidates enter race for county council, executive, state Senate

Republican Darren Vilus, 30, of Columbia, filed with the state board of elections last week to run against Kittleman in the primary election in June 2018. He is the first candidate of any political party to do so.

After 58 years, Jennings Cafe gets new ownership outside the family

After 40 years working at - and then running - his family's restaurant, Omar Jennings III decided it was time to retire. As Jennings, 57, considered who would be the next owner of the Jennings Cafe, which his grandfather opened in 1958, neither of his two children were interested.

A Catonsville girl's life-changing illness puts a family on an uncharted path to recovery

Keely Horch is back at home in Catonsville after being discharged July 25 from Kennedy Krieger in Baltimore, where she spent about four months doing six to seven hours of physical and occupational therapy every weekday, and half days Saturday. She was found to have a pneumococcal disease, a bacterial blood infection that led to severe swelling in her brain and spinal cord damage.

What to know before next week's solar eclipse

Marylanders won't be able to view a total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, but will have the chance to view a partial solar eclipse with approximately 85 percent of the sun covered. Marylanders won't be able to view a total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, but will have the chance to view a partial solar eclipse with approximately 85 percent of the sun covered.

Baltimore County prosecutors rule fatal Catonsville shooting by off-duty officer justified

Christopher Clapp, left, shown with his brother, Justin. Christopher Clapp was killed by an off-duty Baltimore County police officer who was working security this month at a Giant store in Catonsville.

Maryland Attorney General is asked to weigh in on whether former...

Krishanti Vignarajah, former policy director for former First Lady Michelle Obama, entered the race for Maryland governor this week. The Maryland State Board of Elections on Friday asked Attorney General Brian E. Frosh to weigh in on whether Krishanti Vignarajah, a former policy aide for Michelle Obama who entered the governor's race this week , is a Maryland registered voter, which is arequirement for running for the office.

Most of damaged Edmondson Avenue cherry trees need to be replaced

Jim Himel, director of the Catonsville Tree Canopy Project, stands by cherry trees along a half-mile stretch of Edmondson Avenue that were damaged last month. Jim Himel, director of the Catonsville Tree Canopy Project, stands by cherry trees along a half-mile stretch of Edmondson Avenue that were damaged last month.

Baltimore County weighs whether to require body cameras for moonlighting officers

Christopher Clapp, left, shown with his brother, Justin. Christopher Clapp was killed by an off-duty Baltimore County police officer who was working security last week at a Giant store in Catonsville.

The Royal Farms that won't die

The latest twist in the Towson Royal Farms saga arrived at the County Council Monday with all the trappings of a classic Baltimore County development dispute - throngs of protesting constituents, accusations of deep pocketed developers buying county officials, debates about the tradition of councilmanic courtesy and intimations that the county executive was encroaching on the council's authority over land use. The Baltimore County Council kept alive a developer's plan to transform an old county fire station in Towson into a new development on Monday, by tabling a measure that likely would have killed it.

Village Junction Bakery-Cafe in Arbutus gets new owner

Beth Uhden is the new owner of The Village Junction Bakery-Cafe in Arbutus. The shop's grand re-opening was Wednesday.

FBI seeks to identify serial Baltimore bank robbery suspects

The FBI Baltimore is trying to identify two men they believe have robbed banks six times in the last month. The men are suspected of robbing BB&T, MECU and Wells Fargo banks in west and north Baltimore, Catonsville and Nottingham between July 18 and July 31, the FBI said.

Paradise hosts its first National Night Out

National Night Out event hosted by the Paradise Area Citizens on Patrol and the Paradise Community Association at Emanuel United Methodist Church in Catonsville. Britta Prinzivalli was planning on taking her three boys, ages 7, 4 and 8 months, to the pool for an evening swim, when flashing lights from an unmarked police SUV at Emanuel United Methodist Church caught the eyes of her two oldest sons.

Off-duty Baltimore County police officer fatally shoots shoplifting suspect

A man was shot to death by an off-duty Baltimore County police officer outside a grocery store in Catonsville before dawn Tuesday, authorities said. The man, whose name was not released, had been attempting to steal detergent from the Giant Food at U.S. 40 and Rolling Road about 4 a.m. when the officer, who was working as security, confronted him in the parking lot, Baltimore County police said.

Police: Officer working security at store fatally shot man

Baltimore County police investigate a fatal shooting outside a grocery store Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017, in Catonsville, Md. Authorities said a police officer working security at the store fatally shot a man suspected of shoplifting during a confrontation.

Baltimore police officer reportedly involved in fatal shooting near Giant Food Store in Catonsville

FOX45 Baltimore is reporting that a Baltimore police officer was involved in a fatal shooting near a Giant Food Store early Tuesday morning. On scene of police involved shooting near Giant.

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