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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.
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
Wells Fargo in downtown Towson robbed
Hardgrove said one robber went into the bank and passed a note, before fleeing with an undisclosed amount of cash in a vehicle. Responding officers stopped the vehicle farther south on York Road at Regester Avenue shortly after, causing slight traffic congestion, and took a suspect into custody, Hardgrove said.Wells Fargo Bank in Towson robbed
Police say the robber entered the bank on York Rd at Pennsylvania Ave, passed a note to the teller and fled with an undisclosed amount of money.Police: Suspect in White Marsh Mall 'spy cam' case runs...
Baltimore County police say they are analyzing electronic items seized from the Abingdon home of a man charged with secretly recording people in a bathroom at White Marsh Mall. The suspect, 40-year-old Mussawwir Sterrett, is general manager of a company that provides technology services including security camera installation, police said.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.BWI sets passenger traffic record for third consecutive year
The airport had more than 26 million passengers in 2017, Gov. Larry Hogan said Friday at a BWI Business Partnership meeting. "BWI Marshall has broken passenger records for 29 out of the last 30 months, and every single day we seem to be announcing new services to spur growth for our airlines, our cargo shippers, and for the entire BWI business district," Hogan said in a statement.American Legion to host scholarship fundraiser in name of Towson native killed in Iraq
Tracy Miller sits among photos of her son, Marine Cpl. Nicholas Ziolkowski in her home on Oct. 21, 2011.Martin, Starr lead Towson to 90-68 rout of Drexel
Akwasi Yeboah had 26 points and 10 rebounds to lead Stony Brook to a 77-66 victory over Binghamton on Thursday nigh HIGH POINT, N.C. - Jahaad Proctor and Andre Fox combined to score 46 points as High Point came from 13 points down in the second half t TOWSON, Md. - Zane Martin totaled 18 points, five rebounds and four assists and Brian Starr added 16 points and six boards to power Towson to a 90-68 romp over Drexel on Thursday night.David A. Plymyer: Will Towson Row funding come back to haunt Baltimore Co.?
In December, the Baltimore County Council tried to kickstart the stalled Towson Row development project. The council, by a 4-3 vote, approved a package of financial assistance to the private developers of the project by ratifying a "County Funding Agreement."Small urban retailers struggle to adapt to a changing landscape
For years, customers found their way into the Natty Boh Gear shop in Fells Point - families heading to Orioles or Ravens games, tourists enjoying a day in the city, convention-goers who'd stop in for an "Utz Girl" or "Mr. Boh" T-shirt or glass. But in 2015, the year of Baltimore's riots, the store's sales plummeted 75 percent and never recovered.AG Frosh joins call for allowing banks to support medical marijuana
Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh and other state attorneys general want Congress to support legislation that would open the banking system to the medical or recreational marijuana business in states where those industries are legal. In states that have legalized use, the industry has operated on a mostly cash basis because the drug is illegal under federal law.Nonprofit Silver Spring developer has become affiliate of Columbia-based Enterprise
A nonprofit developer based in Silver Spring has become an affiliate of Columbia-based Enterprise Community Investment, a subsidiary of nonprofit affordable-housing organization Enterprise Community Partners. The Silver Spring developer, Community Preservation and Development Corp., owns or has developed more than 30 rental communities that house more than 10,000 people in Maryland, Washington and Virginia.Lion Brothers Building in Hollins Market area is fully leased
Spring Garden Lending, Culinary Architecture and Neopol Savory Smokery have signed leases at the 37,500-square-foot former factory building, developer Cross Street Partners said Tuesday. The additions bring "life and excitement to the Hollins Market area that will help spur redevelopment in a part of Baltimore where momentum in building," said Bill Struever, chief executive of Cross Street Partners, in a statement.Dimitri's Tavern in Hampden closes after nearly 45 years
The bar's final night of operation was Jan. 12, said owner James Dimitri. After running a bar for four-plus decades and a barbershop for 11 years before that, the Towson resident said it's now time to relax.Christopher D. Mudd, Neal H. Strum and Gina A. Zentz | Venable
Mudd will join the firm's Towson office. He represents local, regional, and national clients on zoning, land development, and land use issues, including the navigation of state and local administrative approval processes, and assists in the negotiation and drafting of various real-estate related documents, including contracts, leases, easements and covenants.Volunteer trash crew hopes to bring broader change to York Road
Other weeks, there seem to be a number of colored hypodermic needle caps. Then there are the miniature liquor bottles among the cigarette butts, plastic cups or plastic bottles strewn along the sidewalk and gutter.Baltimore County Council to consider redevelopment of historic Towson mansion
The Baltimore County Council is poised to consider allowing the redevelopment of a historic mansion in Towson to go forward through the county approval process. Developers have proposed turning the former Bosley Mansion, which for years was a home for the elderly, into 45 condominiums .Likely stadium management firm reaffirms commitment to Aberdeen, Ripkens
Athan Sunderland, CEO of the Huntley Sports Group, reads a letter affirming his company's commitment to the City of Aberdeen and the Ripkens during a City Council meeting Thursday. An agreement for HSG to manage non-baseball events at Ripken Stadium was pulled from the agenda.Owings Mills Sam's Club closes and 169 lose jobs
But according to a filing with the state Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, the company reported that a total of 169 people will lose their jobs with the closure of the store at 9750 Reisterstown Road. The closure of Sam's Club runs counter to the retail development boom in that part of the county.Baltimore water main breaks still being reported, even as temperatures rise
Water gushes from a broken water main adjacent to the southbound lanes of Loch Raven Blvd. near Walker Ave. in Baltimore. Water gushes from a broken water main adjacent to the southbound lanes of Loch Raven Blvd. near Walker Ave. in Baltimore.Newly discovered effects of the college football early signing period revealed
With the early signing period having come on gone, we've had a couple weeks to analyze the advantages and the pitfalls. Sure, we know about the pressure the process has put on recruits to sign, and for coaches to secure the signatures of committed prospects.
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