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  • Rails to Trails to dedicate newest section of Catonsville's Short Line Trail

    Rails to Trails to dedicate newest section of Catonsville's Short Line Trail

    Catonsville Rails to Trails is set to host a dedication ceremony marking the completion of the Spring Grove section of the Short Line Trail on Memorial Day. The day starts with a bike ride along the trail and through Paradise, at 8:30 a.m., before a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. and a hike along the...

  • Deputy, two EMS providers treated for overdose symptoms responding to call

    Deputy, two EMS providers treated for overdose symptoms responding to call

    A Harford County deputy and two paramedics needed treatment for potential exposure to heroin and fentanyl last week after responding to a drug overdose scene in Abingdon, showing the risks faced by first responders amid the growing opioid epidemic. A deputy with the sheriff's office suddenly fell...

  • McDonogh track star gears up for competition in Cuba

    McDonogh track star gears up for competition in Cuba

    McDonogh junior Dalton Hengst has grown into a high-level distance runner who is so talented that he regularly receives invitations to compete in track meets in various places around the country. He recently ran in Philadelphia and New York and is headed for Boston and North Carolina in the coming...

  • Riverside rowhome accidentally knocked down

    Riverside rowhome accidentally knocked down

    City contractors accidentally knocked down a Riverside rowhouse Sunday as they attempted an emergency demolition on a property with a shared wall. After receiving complaints from neighbors about a bowing exterior wall and a crack between the two rowhouses, city inspectors deemed the property at...

  • Dr. Liebe S. Diamond of Pikesville, pediatric orthopedic surgeon, dies

    Dr. Liebe S. Diamond of Pikesville, pediatric orthopedic surgeon, dies

    Dr. Liebe S. Diamond, who despite being born with several missing fingers and toes went on to become an internationally acclaimed pediatric orthopedic surgeon, died Wednesday from lymphoma at her Pikesville home. She was 86. "She was a very bright woman who had an unbelievable drive. There was...

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