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When it comes to attendance, soon-to-be Dulaney High grad is perfect

When it comes to attendance, soon-to-be Dulaney High grad is perfect

In 13 years, Daniel Longest has never missed a day of school. The 17-year-old senior is set to graduate from Dulaney High School on May 31 after more than 2,300 days of attendance at Baltimore County Public Schools, according to his mother, Mary Longest. The school community recognizes Daniel's...

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  • Age doesn't slow Catonsville line dancing teacher, 80

    Age doesn't slow Catonsville line dancing teacher, 80

    After undergoing open heart surgery following a heart attack last year, doctors told Nancy Sullivan that line dancing saved her life. As her doctors explained, Sullivan said, line dancing helped her in two ways: the physical movements provided exercise and remembering each step helped mentally....

  • Gordon E. Horak, computer programer, dies

    Gordon E. Horak, computer programer, dies

    Gordon E. Horak, a retired Social Security Administration computer programmer who enjoyed performing in amateur theater, died of pulmonary fibrosis May 13 at the Charlestown retirement community in Catonsville. He was 83. The son of Albert Horak, a city employee, and Emma Kraft Bados, a homemaker,...

  • Arbutus Arts Festival returning for its 44th year this Sunday

    Arbutus Arts Festival returning for its 44th year this Sunday

    More than 200 vendors, crafts, music, food and classic cars on tap

Lutherville/Timonium

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  • Baltimore County police shooting in Parkville area ruled justified

    Baltimore County police shooting in Parkville area ruled justified

    Baltimore County prosecutors have ruled that a police officer was justified in shooting a man in the Parkville area in April, citing evidence including body camera footage. In a letter Tuesday to the Police Department, Deputy State's Attorney Robin Coffin wrote that the officer acted "for his own...

  • US Lacrosse in line for property tax credit from Baltimore County

    US Lacrosse in line for property tax credit from Baltimore County

    US Lacrosse, the national governing body for the popular and growing sport, is in line to have the property taxes for its new headquarters in Sparks wiped out by Baltimore County. The County Council is considering a resolution to give US Lacrosse a credit against the property taxes on the $15 million...

  • Light Rail stops north of Timonium to close this weekend

    Light Rail stops north of Timonium to close this weekend

    Light Rail service will be discontinued north of Timonium for track repairs this weekend, the Maryland Transit Administration said Friday. Beginning at 6 p.m. Friday and going through 5 a.m. Monday, May 15, light rail stations at Hunt Valley, Pepper Road, McCormick Road, Gilroy Road and Warren...

Arbutus/Lansdowne

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  • NCR Trail Snails running group forges on

    NCR Trail Snails running group forges on

    According to a recent New York Times article, an hour of running might add seven hours to your life; if this is true, then members of the Northern Central Railroad (NCR) Trail Snails may have found that proverbial fountain of youth. The group of runners, whose motto is "we're behind you all the...

  • Former Baltimore County executive appointed to school board

    Former Baltimore County executive appointed to school board

    Roger Hayden, a former county executive, has been named to the Baltimore County school board. Gov. Larry Hogan appointed Hayden Tuesday to fill a vacancy that was created when board member Romaine N. Williams left last month. Hayden, a Republican county executive from 1990 to 1994, also served...

  • Baltimore County police chief defends shielding body camera video

    Baltimore County police chief defends shielding body camera video

    Baltimore County Police Chief Terry Sheridan is expressing support for the county's body camera program and defending his department's decision not to release videos from recent incidents. During a meeting of the Wilkens Precinct Community Relations Organization Tuesday night, Sheridan said he...

  • Negro Leagues museum a big hit at Owings Mills library branch

    Negro Leagues museum a big hit at Owings Mills library branch

    As he counts down the days until the second Saturday in May, Rayner "Ray" Banks' excitement level skyrockets. And that's because this year, on May 13, it will be Negro Baseball Leagues Day in Maryland, a designation that Banks and some of his other close friends helped to implement. There would...

  • Reisterstown's ArtFest sets stage for summer on Main Street

    Reisterstown's ArtFest sets stage for summer on Main Street

    A lot of people spend time during the spring and summer strolling along Main Street, taking in the sights, sampling the shops and simply having a relaxing time. It is something people enjoy doing when the weather cooperates — partaking of all that the heart of Reisterstown has to offer. The local...

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White Marsh

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  • Woman dead after fire breaks out at home in Overlea

    Woman dead after fire breaks out at home in Overlea

    One woman died in a single-alarm fire at a home in Overlea late Monday night, county officials said. The victim, a 34-year-old woman, was taken to a local hospital and later died, said police spokeswoman Natalie Litofsky. The victim's name was being withheld pending family notification, she said....

  • Baltimore County, state to fund $4.5 million dredging of Bird River

    Baltimore County, state to fund $4.5 million dredging of Bird River

    Baltimore County is planning a multimillion-dollar dredging of the Bird River, a waterway in the eastern part of the county that residents say has been clogged by sediment-filled runoff. The $4.5 million project will be funded jointly by the county and the state and will remove about 50,000 cubic...

  • Dulaney High project bumped in Baltimore County budget plan

    Dulaney High project bumped in Baltimore County budget plan

    Dulaney High School parents told Baltimore County they wanted a new school building for their children, not the $40 million renovation officials proposed. Yesterday, County Executive Kevin Kamenetz made clear they'll get neither. Kamenetz released a nearly $2 billion budget proposal for the coming...

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