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Dundalk is located in northern Maryland. The land that now makes up present-day Dundalk was originally inhabited by the Susquehanna Native American tribe. It was first explored by the famous John Smith in 1608 during an expedition in the Chesapeake Bay area. The city was named by an Irish immigrant, Henry McShane, in honor of his hometown Dundalk, Ireland. McShane is considered to be the founder of Dundalk, as he established the McShane Bell Foundry in 1856.

Population: 62306
Local Newspapers: Dundalk Eagle
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Ravens
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Zip Codes associated with dundalk, maryland: 21222
Towns/Cities near dundalk, maryland : Edgemere Essex Rosedale

Dundalk News
DCT heats up theater season with The Graduate

The play, adapted to the stage by British actor/director Terry Johnson, is based on the 1963 novel by Charles Webb and 1967 film starring Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft. It premiered on London's West End in 2000 and on Broadway in 2002.

This week in photos - Feb. 15

Gov. Hogan is flanked by State Sen. Johnny Ray Salling and Dels. Robin Grammer, Ric Metzgar and Bob Long during the governor's visit to the Boulevard Diner on Monday.

New radio podcast to broadcast in Dundalk

Rick Roberts, a club DJ who promoted and produced for radio stations in the late 1980s and early 1990s, wanted to created a platform to cater to unsigned artist, so, in 2015, Roberts started Delmarva Radio with co-founder Rick Bulles, a DJ who owns a family business and performs at events, radio personality Jim Lewis explained. "They love local music and unsigned artists," Lewis said.

Dundalk High Cable TV features desegregation interviews

Broadcasting students at Dundalk High School have produced two TV shows featuring interviews with school alumni who were integral to the desegregation of the school. Under the direction of program specialist Christopher Wojcik, students focus their cameras on Ringoldia Ranson, Dundalk's first black student, and her white classmates, Ann Baglione Booker and former Maryland Del.

Dundalk Community Theatre Presents the Graduate

Dundalk Community Theatre heats up its 2018 season with "The Graduate" from February 23 - March 4th. The stage play is based on the novel and 1967 film, and recommended for patrons over the age of 13. Individual tickets are $23 for adults, $20 for senior adults and $15 for students/DCT Actors/Children 12 and under.

March Brings In Music, Theatre, And Family Fun At CCBC

Community College of Baltimore County offers a variety of free or low cost special events every month for families and individuals designed to educate, inform and entertain the local community. Patrons of the arts can learn about CCBC's Performing Arts program by enjoying a dance, music or theatre production performed by students, faculty or local artists.

Harford County police blotter

Amanda Lynn Greiser, 29, who has an address in Aberdeen and in the 1700 block of Searles Road in Dundalk, was charged Thursday with second-degree escape. She was also arrested for allegedly violating her probation in a case in which she was guilty of theft $10,000 to $25,000.

Gov. Hogan, cabinet visit Dundalk

Gov. Larry Hogan stopped by Dundalk's Boulevard Diner as part of a day-long visit to Baltimore County on Feb. 12. The governor met with elected officials and local residents before heading to CCBC Essex, where he held a regional cabinet meeting, the third of his administration. Following that meeting, Hogan's cabinet dispersed across the county, meeting with more than 100 organizations, residents, schools and businesses "from one end of Baltimore County to the other."

Car crashes into school bus in Dundalk

Four students and a bus assistant were transported to a local hospital for non life-threatening injuries following a crash between a Baltimore County school bus and a vehicle at 2:43 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 9. Reports indicate that the bus carrying Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts students was at North Point Boulevard and Trappe Road when it was struck in the middle of the bus on the driver's side by a Dodge Stratus. There were 27 students on board the bus.

Maryland launches bus route to Tradepoint Atlantic

The new route makes 47 trips a day from the Inner Harbor through Greektown and Dundalk to Sparrows Point. Maryland is touting a new bus route intended to provide residents access to jobs at the massive Tradepoint Atlantic development at Sparrows Point.

Hogan, cabinet officials kick off tour of Baltimore County

Gov. Larry Hogan and Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford are joined by nearly 30 state officials at a "regional cabinet meeting" Monday at the Community College of Baltimore County's Essex campus.

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.

Bus carrying 27 students involved in Dundalk crash

A school bus carrying 27 students was involved in a crash with another vehicle in Dundalk on Friday afternoon, a Baltimore County fire department spokeswoman said. The crash occurred at about 2:30 p.m. at North Point Boulevard and Trappe Road, said spokeswoman Elise Armacost.

Dundalk Man sells home-made beef jerky

Twelve-year resident and "big fan" of Dundalk, Dan "Dundalk Dan" Dawes, started making beef jerky in his basement as a hobby. Dawes went online to find basic recipes to make the jerky while using, he notes, the highest quality, all-natural ingredients to make small batches.

DMS students attend STEM Fair

Dundalk Middle School's STEM Club attended the BCPS STEM Fair held at the Cockeysville Middle School last weekend with their teacher sponsors, Mr. Lamarr and Ms. Knio.

'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.

New Baltimore County program aims to match trainees to available jobs

Baltimore County launched a job-training program Tuesday that focuses on which jobs need filling, rather than which type of jobs that workers seek. Called the "Job Connector Initiative," the program is located at the county government's three job-training centers in Randallstown, Hunt Valley and Dundalk.

A fond remembrance of Baltimore's Red Rocket streetcar line

Baltimore streetcar No. 26, at Sparrows Point Station, circa 1948, before the 1950 loop was put in.

Maryland political schmooze-fest still set for Steve Wynn resort in Las Vegas

Architecture review on the Wynn Hotel/Casino in Las Vegas. Image shows mirror balls in pool with dining gazebos on the side in one of the gourmet restaurant in the hotel.

One dead, three injured after car strikes Wise Ave. ambulance

Just before midnight last Friday, the county police department's Crash Team responded to reports of a crash at the the Wise Avenue Volunteer Fire Company, 214 Wise Ave. According to police, the fire company's Medic #275 was backing up into the station after returning from a call. Police noted that the Medic driver did turn on the ambulance's emergency lights.

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