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Towson is located in northern Maryland. In 1752 two brothers from Pennsylvania, William and Thomas Towson, settled in the area and began farming. The city is named after the brothers who were the first settlers of the area. During the American Civil War, Union soldiers overtook the town after a hotel was seen flying a Confederate flag. Notable residents have included Vice President Spiro Agnew, author F. Scott Fitzgerald (The Great Gatsby), and Olympics gold medalist swimmer Michael Phelps.

Population: 51793
Local Newspapers: Baltimore Times The Daily Record
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Ravens
Local Colleges: Towson University Goucher College

Zip Codes associated with towson, maryland: 21204 21210 21212 21239 21286
Towns/Cities near towson, maryland : Hampton Lutherville-Timonium Perry Hall Carney Parkville Ruxton Loch Raven

Towson News
Reward increased for info on hit-and-run that killed bicyclist

The following surveillance video is from an Exxon station moments before cyclist Aaron Laciny was struck by two cars on Monday night in Towson. Laciny died as a result of his injuries.

Towson library to host eclipse viewing party

This photo shows a "diamond ring" shape during a 2016 total solar eclipse in Indonesia. The Baltimore County Public Library branch in Towson will host a special viewing party ahead of a total solar eclipse that is expected to occur Aug. 21 - though an official added that an unexpected level of interest in the event might mean that the library won't have enough special glasses on hand needed for viewing the eclipse.

BLACK+DECKER Announces New Line of Powered Scrubbers

TOWSON, Md., Aug. 14, 2017 : BLACK+DECKER announces new powered kitchen and bathroom scrubbers for cleaning without all the work. The GrimeBuster, GrimeBuster Pro, and ScumBuster Pro motorize scrubbing in order to agitate surface materials, eliminating the typical "elbow grease" that manual cleaning requires.

Towson Royal Farms Gas Station Conflict May Soon Have Solution

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Royal Farms dispute far from resolved, residents say

The head of a group that represents dozens of community associations in the Towson area said this week that the group might take its fight to stop construction of a Royal Farms gas station proposed for the corner of York Road and Bosley Avenue to court, if necessary. "We would prefer to not have to do that," said Bryan Fischer, president of the Greater Towson Council of Community Associations, adding that he presumes that the developer of the project, the Towson-based Cave Valley Partners, would rather avoid a legal battle.

Turning over a new leaf in Towson gas station dispute

The Baltimore County Council wisely elected to go with negotiation over litigation earlier this week when it tabled a resolution that would have prevented a Royal Farms gas station from being built in Towson. Going forward, the real questions are who should have been monitoring this public-private partnership venture and stewarding the public assets accordingly? Did ... Complete access to news articles on this website is available to Daily Record subscribers who are logged in.

Merritt adds to high-end Baltimore County portfolio

Merritt Properties has purchased the 121,414-square-foot Class A office building at 101 West Road for an undisclosed price. The company announced its acquisition of the five-story LEED-EB-certified property on Wednesday.

New trial for woman who says she feared for her life when she ordered husband killed

A White Marsh woman convicted of hiring a hit man for $400 to kill her husband seven years ago will receive a new trial, the Maryland Court of Appeals ruled this week in a 4-3 decision split along gender lines. Karla Porter, now 55, was sentenced to life without parole in the death of her husband, William "Ray" Porter, who was shot at his Towson gas station on March 1, 2010.

Maryland's Chesapeake Employers Elects Gonzalez as Board Chairman

Members of Chesapeake Employers Insurance's Board of Directors elected V. Rocky Gonzalez as chairman, effective immediately. Gonzalez succeeds Charles Dankmeyer as chairman, who is now serving as a member of the Board.

Drive seeks to equip young students with much-needed supplies

Arianna Sanchez, a first-grade teacher at Padonia International Elementary School, in Cockeysville, poses with school supplies she received last year as part of a Baltimore County Public Schools supply drive. This year's drive runs through Aug. 13. Arianna Sanchez, a first-grade teacher at Padonia International Elementary School, in Cockeysville, poses with school supplies she received last year as part of a Baltimore County Public Schools supply drive.

Baltimore County Council to vote on Towson Royal Farms Monday

The Baltimore County Council will hold a key vote on Monday night on plans for a proposed Royal Farms gas station and retail center in Towson. Developer Caves Valley Partners has a contract to buy a former fire station at the corner of York Road and Bosley Avenue from Baltimore County for $8.3 million.

Total Wine's quest for dominance

It's near the end of the business day on a Friday, and Towson's Total Wine & More already is bustling with activity. The parking lot is full.

Downtown Towson office building to get makeover

Chesapeake Real Estate Group, LLC, together with partner Cicero Capital Partners, is renovating the five-story, 28,000-square-foot commercial office building after purchasing it last fall for slightly more than $1 million. The building, at 210 Allegheny Avenue, has been vacant since the Venable LLP law firm left the Towson office space in 2008, said Christopher Murray, vice president of Chesapeake Real Estate Group, a Hanover, Md.

Storms leave 19,000 without power, shut down highways

About 19,000 people were without power and parts of several major highways were shut down Thursday after severe storms passed through. Road closures included both directions of Interstate 83 where it meets Interstate 695, as well as the outer loop of I-695 near Falls Road.

CitiStat director leaves to become Towson University chief of staff

Sameer Sidh, the director of Baltimore's government accountability agency CitiStat , has resigned to join the administration at Towson University . Sidh, who worked for two years under former Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, will now serve as chief of staff under Towson president Kim Schatzel.

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.

With summer in full swing, the crab business steams on

Charlie Ross sorts blue crabs at Conrad's Crabs & Seafood Market on July 28, 2017. Craig Kirkner and Charlie Ross stand across from each other in a small, refrigerated back room at Conrad's Crabs & Seafood Market on Taylor Avenue, near Towson.

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