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  • Krispy Kreme is coming to Catonsville

    Krispy Kreme is coming to Catonsville

    Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, a chain known for a red “Hot Light” that announces fresh, hot glazed doughnuts, will open a Catonsville location next spring. The company recently got the keys to the location at 6447 Baltimore National Pike, said Alex Newcomb, a Krispy Kreme community ambassador in the...

  • Joseph Liberto, Social Security clerk and Academy Heights resident, dies

    Joseph Liberto, Social Security clerk and Academy Heights resident, dies

    Joseph J. Liberto, a Social Security Administration clerk and World War II veteran, died of congestive heart failure Nov. 8 at Encore at Turf Valley Assisted Living. The longtime Academy Heights resident was 96. Born in Baltimore and raised in the 600 block of West Franklin Street, he was the son...

  • After deadly Lansdowne house fire, firefighters hand out smoke detectors

    After deadly Lansdowne house fire, firefighters hand out smoke detectors

    In the wake of a Nov. 9 Lansdowne house fire that left two dead, two fire departments held an “After the Fire Walk” on Sunday to discuss fire safety and hand out smoke alarms. “Any time we have a big incident like a house fire like that in the community, we want to … spread the word about fire...

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  • Sinclair Broadcast plans to keep headquarters in Hunt Valley, double in size

    Sinclair Broadcast plans to keep headquarters in Hunt Valley, double in size

    Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. said Wednesday that the company’s national headquarters will remain in Hunt Valley and expand as it moves to complete its $3.9 billion planned takeover of Tribune Media Co. Sinclair said it plans to invest $12 million to accommodate an expansion that could double the...

  • Jim Brochin joins race for Baltimore County executive

    Jim Brochin joins race for Baltimore County executive

    As Jim Brochin considered where to announce his campaign for Baltimore County executive, he settled on a place with symbolism: Towson Manor Park. The community park in east Towson was almost replaced by a fire station, which was necessary because the county government was selling off the old one...

  • Timonium woman teaches art class aimed at easing stress of veterans, first responders

    Timonium woman teaches art class aimed at easing stress of veterans, first responders

    Until last winter, Vietnam veteran Tom Ziegler, 69, had not sat in a formal art class for decades. As a boy, Ziegler had taken Saturday art classes at the Maryland Institute College of Art, in Baltimore. Then, in high school, he clashed with his art teacher, whom, Ziegler said, kicked him out of...

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  • Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz joins Democratic race for governor

    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz joins Democratic race for governor

    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz is joining the crowded Democratic field in the race for Maryland governor. Kamenetz plans to launch his campaign Monday morning in Towson, where he has worked as county executive for the past seven years. Kamenetz, 59, said his experience running Maryland’s...

  • Reisterstown readies annual community celebration

    Reisterstown readies annual community celebration

    In her younger days, Tracey Pyser often believed the fireworks at The Reisterstown Festival were being shot off to celebrate her Sept. 11 birthday. She frequently attended the festival, which usually takes place around her big day. Pyser loved the celebration and seeing some friends and members...

  • The 136th Maryland State Fair promises mix of old and new

    The 136th Maryland State Fair promises mix of old and new

    In a room at her family's farm in Glen Arm, 13-year-old Katie Yoder is preparing her rabbits to be the fluffiest, furriest versions of themselves they can be. Katie checks two-year-old Artemis, one of about 30 to 40 rabbits she breeds and raises at Cozy Hill Rabbits and Cavies, in preparation for...

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  • Towson crime log

    Towson crime log

    The following is compiled from local police reports. It is our policy to provide identification when there is enough information to make identification possible. Towson Doxbury Road, 1500 block. Nov. 11 between 9 p.m. and 11:54 p.m. Vehicle and purse, which was inside vehicle, stolen from residence....

  • Stellar Dulaney High athletes choose their colleges [Cockeysville]

    Stellar Dulaney High athletes choose their colleges [Cockeysville]

    A glance at the sports page shows that Dulaney High School has outstanding athletics teams driven by dedicated and talent student-athletes. Many of those athletes have dreams to continue their athletic success on the collegiate level and seven of them — Josh Cornish, Anna Griffith, Maggie Kelly,...

  • Old boats leak fuel, catch fire in Essex

    Old boats leak fuel, catch fire in Essex

    A pile of old boats leaking fuel caught fire in Essex Wednesday morning, according to the Baltimore County Fire Department. The Fire Department and the Maryland Department of the Environment were called about 8:45 a.m. about the boats in the 2400 block of Holly Neck Road, Fire Department spokeswoman...

  • Craft-beer bar chain the Brass Tap to open in Towson early 2018

    Craft-beer bar chain the Brass Tap to open in Towson early 2018

    Craft-beer bar and restaurant chain the Brass Tap will open at Towson Town Center early next year, which will make it the third franchise to operate in Maryland. First-time restaurant owner Mike Kettell said the restaurant would open to the public on Jan. 8, pending inspections and permitting,...

  • Driver tased after chase in Halethorpe

    Driver tased after chase in Halethorpe

    A 38-year-old man was tased by police Friday morning after he sped off during a traffic stop in Anne Arundel County, then jumped out and ran in Baltimore County, police said. Anne Arundel County police say they tased Lawrence Jacobs after a short foot chase in Halethorpe. Police say Jacobs was...

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