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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.
Local Newspapers: Dundalk Eagle
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Ravens
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Towns/Cities near dundalk, maryland : Edgemere Essex Rosedale
10 things you didn't know about Ellicott City Partnership's Maureen Sweeney Smith
Maureen Sweeney Smith, 62, joined Ellicott City Partnership in February 2016 - just five months before a flash food ravaged Main Street. The nonprofit's mission is "to create an atmosphere that brings people into town," she says.Dundalk High JROTC on the move
Students in the Dundalk High School Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps program have had a busy summer and fall. Although the school year ended on June 14, some of the NJROTC cadets spent their summer training and participating in various activities.Metzgar declares church security town hall a huge success
Over 150 people attended a Church Security Town Hall held at Eastern Assembly of God in Dundalk which was organized by Del. Ric Metzgar .Restored Eddie's Marker mural reflects importance of working together
Attendees at last weekend's mural dedication included Olivia Ceccarelli-McGonigal of the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development; Jean Walker, president of the Dundalk-Patapsco Neck Historical Society; Sean James of Mural Masters; Del. Bob Long; Amy Menzer, executive director of the DRC; Councilman Todd Crandell; Shirley Gregory, president of the St. Helena Community Association; and Will Feuer, president of the DRC.David Zaloudek2.jpeg
A Dundalk resident living in the area over 40 years, David C. Zaloudek, has published his first book called "Walk Don't Wait." Moving to Dundalk in 1976, fresh out of high school, Zaloudek got his first and only job at Northrop Grumman Electric, formerly known as Westinghouse Electric Corporation.Local leaders looking to improve church security
Baltimore County delegate, Ric Metzgar, is hosting a security conference at the Eastern Assembly of God in Dundalk at 7:00 p.m. Maryland State Police, Anne Arundel County Sheriff's Office, and the Dignitary Security are all taking part.Santa Claus is coming to town - on a fire engine
St. Nick will be making his rounds through Dundalk and Edgemere thanks to the efforts of the Wise Avenue Volunteer Fire Company and the North Point-Edgemere Volunteer Fire Department. Each year, both departments dedicate time to delight the young and young at heart, escorting Santa, on a fire engine, through the streets of local neighborhoods.Man, 50, shot and killed Tuesday night in Northwest Baltimore
A 50-year-old man was shot multiple times and killed Tuesday night in the Dolfield neighborhood of Northwest Baltimore. Police said they were called about 11:30 p.m. to the shooting in the 3800 block of Oakford Ave. Police had not named the victim by Wednesday morning.Baltimore County bill would allow Tradepoint Atlantic to seek public financing help
The company redeveloping the former steel mill in Sparrows Point is taking the first step toward requesting a county subsidy to help to pay for roads and water and sewer lines needed for the project. Tradepoint Atlantic is asking the Baltimore County Council to pass legislation that would allow tax-increment financing, an arrangement in which the county would help finance the up-front costs of infrastructure projects.St. Joseph Medical Center partners for fourth urgent care center
ChoiceOne Urgent Care and University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center have partnered to open a fourth urgent care center together. "We are opening a location at the Rotunda to fulfill the health care needs of the growing Hampden community," Dr. Scott Burger, chief medical officer at ChoiceOne Urgent Care, said in a statement.Annual Historical Society Train Garden opens Dec. 2
The 18th annual Dundalk-Patapsco Neck Historical Society Christmas Train Garden will open its doors to the public this Saturday, Dec. 2, beginning at noon. The 300-square-foot display, featuring 100 illuminated buildings, 90 animated pieces and electric trains, will be ready to delight visitors young and old at the the Historical Society Museum at 4 Center Place in the Dundalk Village Shopping Center.'Tis the Season
A panel of judges has the enviable task of tasting each entry during the Dundalk Renaissance Corporation's Holiday Hoopla Cookie Tour. A panel of judges has the enviable task of tasting each entry during the Dundalk Renaissance Corporation's Holiday Hoopla Cookie Tour.Christmas fun is all around town this holiday season
Among those flipping the switch to light the Dundalk Christmas tree at Ateaze Senior Center last year were Angels Supporting Your Troops founder Irene Spatafore, Del. Rick Metzgar , center director Rebecca Ebert and Del.Baltimore's best holiday cookie recipes for 2017
Guest judges Mark Otterbein, owner of Otterbein's Bakery; Krystal Mack, owner of Blk // Sugar; and Rodney Henry, founder of Dangerously Delicious Pies, critique the best cookies from the Baltimore Sun's 2017 holiday cookie contest. Guest judges Mark Otterbein, owner of Otterbein's Bakery; Krystal Mack, owner of Blk // Sugar; and Rodney Henry, founder of Dangerously Delicious Pies, critique the best cookies from the Baltimore Sun's 2017 holiday cookie contest.113017_dde_cutline_trees04.JPG
Dundalk Florist honored America, and Maryland in particular, with their entry into the wreath competition at this year's Festival of Trees. Herman's Bakery, a Festival of Trees participant for more than 20 years, wowed attendees with their traditional take on the gingerbread house.Man barricades himself in house after family members takes bite of his grilled cheese sandwich
A Maryland man has been arrested following an hours-long standoff with law enforcement that police say began when a family member took a bite from his grilled cheese sandwich. Baltimore County police spokesman Shawn Vinson says the dispute began about 5 p.m. Saturday at a Dundalk home.Man barricades himself in house over grilled cheese sandwich
A Maryland man has been arrested following an hours-long standoff with law enforcement that police say began when a family member took a bite from his grilled cheese sandwich. Baltimore County police spokesman Shawn Vinson says the dispute began about 5 p.m. Saturday at a Dundalk home.Steelworker retiree wants to build memorial with Bethlehem bricks
Keith Taylor discussed his proposal to build memorials using bricks from Sparrows Point during a meeting of the steelworker retirees last week. Keith Taylor discussed his proposal to build memorials using bricks from Sparrows Point during a meeting of the steelworker retirees last week.60 years together
Ted and Dolores Skalski of Dundalk celebrated 60 years of marriage on Oct. 19. To mark the occasion, the couple had dinner at Blue Hill Tavern followed by an after-party at their home, including a wedding cake. In attendance were their three children and spouses, Darlene and Steve Trice, Brian and Beverly Skalski and Michael and Audra Skalski, along with their five grandchildren, Scott Trice, Justin Trice, Kathryn Skalski, Hannah Skalsk and Alexander Skalski.They took the Eagle on Vacation
Gary Groves , formerly of Dundalk, took the Dundalk Eagle to the Heartwood Outdoor Camp to share with disabled hunter Roger Moreland and his two sons Roger Jr. and Robert. Gary Groves , formerly of Dundalk, took the Dundalk Eagle to the Heartwood Outdoor Camp to share with disabled hunter Roger Moreland and his two sons Roger Jr. and Robert.
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