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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, 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.

Maryland unveils plan to add beds in psychiatric hospitals

The Maryland Department of Health, under pressure from the courts, announced legislation and other actions Tuesday to address a long-standing shortages of beds for defendants referred by judges for mental health treatment. Health Secretary-designate Robert R. Neall said the department will add nearly 100 beds at its hospital facilities as well at at community-based providers.

CCBC hosts ribbon cutting to celebrate historic mansion's new life

CCBC campus director Joan Swiston gives a tour of the Hilton Center, a restored historic mansion, after a $6.5 million renovation, on Jan. 19. CCBC campus director Joan Swiston gives a tour of the Hilton Center, a restored historic mansion, after a $6.5 million renovation, on Jan. 19. After nearly two centuries of use as a home, classrooms and offices, the Hilton Mansion showed signs of wear - from rotting wood to peeling paint to water damage. Two years and more than $6 million later, the Community College of Baltimore County held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Jan. 22 for the freshly restored mansion, now called the Hilton Center.

CCBC presents World Premiere of Derrick Wang's There is a Road

Community College of Baltimore County presents There is a Road: Scenes for Concert Band, an original composition by composer and attorney Derrick Wang , creator of the opera Scalia/Ginsburg, as the first commissioned work for the Baltimore Symphonic Band . There is a Road will be performed at 2 p.m. on Feb. 3, CCBC Catonsville , Center for the Arts Theatre, and on Feb. 10 at 2 p.m. at CCBC Essex , The Robert and Eleanor Romadka College Center, F. Scott Black Theatre.

'Mortified' storytelling heads to Sundance, taking a healthy dose of Baltimore with it

Filmed selections from "Mortified," a storytelling show in which adults from Baltimore and more than 20 other cities worldwide get to share some of their adolescent angst with a live audience, are headed to the Sundance Film Festival this week. "It's a stage show in which adults share their childhood diaries, love letters, poetry, songs they wrote when they were a kid," says Alexandra Hewett, one of the producers for the "Mortified" shows that take place in Baltimore and Washington, D.C. "Your piece is always derived from your own archives."

Edmondson Ave. Royal Farms hearing called 'issue of county government transparency'

A Royal Farms convenience store and gas station is planned for a property on Edmondson Avenue in Catonsville, shown Jan. 12, that currently houses auto repair shops and a liquor store. A Royal Farms convenience store and gas station is planned for a property on Edmondson Avenue in Catonsville, shown Jan. 12, that currently houses auto repair shops and a liquor store.

Catonsville Man Sentenced In 'Swatting' Incident

That's the term for a practice where someone tells police about a hostage situation or other incident that exists at the target's address when no such danger exists. Police then respond to the victim's home believing that situation is taking place.

Progressive candidate announces Baltimore County Council run in southwest area

Sheila Ruth, a Democrat and self-described progressive, plans to announce a run for the District 1 seat on the Baltimore County Council on Jan. 17. Sheila Ruth, a Democrat and self-described progressive, plans to announce a run for the District 1 seat on the Baltimore County Council on Jan. 17. Sheila Ruth, a progressive activist and longtime resident of Westview Park, is slated to announce her candidacy Wednesday for the southwest area's seat on the Baltimore County Council. Ruth, a Democrat, is the first to challenge Democratic incumbent Tom Quirk , who announced in November that he will run for a third term in District 1, which covers the southwest area of the county, from Woodlawn to Baltimore Highlands.

Westside shelter takes on new importance as county's homeless brave the cold

At the start of the year, the Westside Shelter in Catonsville had already expanded capacity to take in the homeless during freezing weather for 29 days this winter, a more than 50 percent increase over the year before. The 57-year-old, who became homeless after a "challenging divorce," spent nearly four months in a rehabilitation center, wondering if he would ever recover enough to live independently.

Sundance documentary to feature Catonsville area Syrian refugees

Madiha Algothany, left, a Syrian refugee is joined by Catonsville resident Leah Hayes as she talks about adjusting to life in Baltimore on Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017. Madiha Algothany, left, a Syrian refugee is joined by Catonsville resident Leah Hayes as she talks about adjusting to life in Baltimore on Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017.

Old Catonsville Elementary School to get 'new life' as administrative ...

The old Catonsville Elementary School, the longtime object of a tug-of-war between the school system and residents who want to use it as a community center, will be used to house storage facilities, offices and a training computer lab, the school system said. "Beginning in 2018, the old school will have a new life as the Catonsville Administration Building," said a Jan. 2 newsletter from Baltimore County Public Schools' business services department.

Catonsville Bakery Wins On Episode Of Cooking Channel's 'Cake Hunters'

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Maryland Officials Try To Raise Awareness On Financial Scams

Comptroller Peter Franchot and Attorney General Brian Frosh will kick off Protect Week at the Charlestown Retirement Community in Catonsville on Monday. Guidewell Financial Solutions, a Maryland nonprofit credit counseling agency, is leading a statewide campaign sponsored by Wells Fargo.

Old pipes cause water main breaks across Catonsville, Arbutus areas

Katheryn Compton talks about her home being sprayed with freezing water during an enormous water main break on Garden Ridge Road in Catonsville. Video by Jen Rynda / BSMG Katheryn Compton talks about her home being sprayed with freezing water during an enormous water main break on Garden Ridge Road in Catonsville.

Catonsville bakery SugarBakers wins episode of Cooking Channel's 'Cake Hunters'

Catonsville bakery SugarBakers Cakes was chosen to provide a cake for a wedding featured in the competition show "Cake Hunters" on the Cooking Channel. The bakery, based on Frederick Road in downtown Catonsville, won against bakeries Santoni's, in Glyndon, and Sweet Eats Cakes, in Glyndon.

First southwest area candidate files for Baltimore County school board

Matt Gresick, a teacher who lives in Catonsville, is the first candidate from southwest Baltimore County to put his name on the ballot for the area's Board of Education seat. Gresick filed his candidacy for the nonpartisan seat in November for the 2018 election, then announced his campaign on social media in December.

History hound: A longtime Ellicott City buff offers new views of the past

Edward Lilley, a fixture in the historic Ellicott City community, launched Maryland History Tours last year, in partnership with the Howard County Historical Society. He's expanding its offerings with four new tours for 2018.

Water Main Break on Garden Ridge Road

A row of homes on Garden Ridge Road including Katheryn Compton's home in Catonsville on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018. The homes were sprayed with freezing water during an enormous water main break in Catonsville.

Water main break in Catonsville sends geyser of cold water into the air

A water main break in Catonsville doused a residential neighborhood with an unrelenting tower of water, which quickly froze into thick layers of ice as temperatures continued to plummet Tuesday evening. On Catonsville's Garden Ridge Road, residents saw a deep hole in their street release a geyser of cold water.

'Anything can happen' as southwest Baltimore County delegates head to Annapolis

Communications specialist Christine Shaffer pours a beer for a photo at Heavy Seas Beer Heavy Seas Tap Room in Halethorpe on Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2017. Communications specialist Christine Shaffer pours a beer for a photo at Heavy Seas Beer Heavy Seas Tap Room in Halethorpe on Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2017.

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