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At Baltimore County schools, a week for 'homegrown' lunches

At Baltimore County schools, a week for 'homegrown' lunches

In addition to the strawberry-flavored dried cranberries and applesauce, students in the lunch line at Lutherville Laboratory elementary school on Sept. 23 could choose to eat a bag of fresh cucumbers, peppers and tomatoes grown on a local farm. The students also received a sticker reading, "I...

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Catonsville

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  • The end of an era, as a Catonsville doctor retires

    The end of an era, as a Catonsville doctor retires

    Laurence Gallager is a collector. Inside his Catonsville office, the doctor of internal medicine has a cabinet displaying medical tools from his family, an homage to the Gallagers. He also gathers information. One of the favorite parts of his job has been getting to know patients, learning about...

  • Baltimore County police identify victim in Woodlawn homicide

    Baltimore County police identify victim in Woodlawn homicide

    Baltimore County police on Tuesday identified the man killed in Woodlawn Monday night as 21-year-old Gary Tyshawn Bowser. Officers found Bowser shot just near the 1000 block of Coleridge Court before 6 p.m. Monday, police said. He was taken to a hospital and died an hour later, police said. A phone...

  • Baltimore County seeking input on school boundary change

    Baltimore County seeking input on school boundary change

    Baltimore County public school officials are seeking public participation in the process of redrawing attendance boundary lines for Cromwell Valley and Hampton elementary schools. The school system is re-establishing a magnet program at Cromwell Valley that will draw from a small neighborhood attendance...

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Owings Mills/Pikesville

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  • Baltimore County police to review rape cases officers deemed unfounded

    Baltimore County police to review rape cases officers deemed unfounded

    The Baltimore County Police Department announced Friday that it will review three years' worth of rape cases that investigators deemed unfounded. "While each of these cases already has been investigated, we will take a fresh look to ensure that the investigation was handled properly and that justice...

  • Wegmans gets ready to open in Owings Mills Sept. 18

    Wegmans gets ready to open in Owings Mills Sept. 18

    Owings Mills resident Beth Rosenwald drives across county to Hunt Valley regularly to grocery shop at Wegmans. Soon, she'll no longer have to make that trek. On Sept. 18, Wegmans will open its eighth Maryland store at Foundry Row, a new 350,000-square-foot retail center at the intersection of Reisterstown...

  • Baltimore County to receive $4M grant for 911 upgrades

    Baltimore County to receive $4M grant for 911 upgrades

    Baltimore County will receive $4 million from the state to upgrade its 911 equipment, part of a national effort to allow operators to receive texts, photos and videos and to provide better locational data that can improve emergency responses by ensuring that callers are directed to the right dispatchers....

White Marsh

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  • Boyd's family, friends recall man who 'tried to get himself together'

    Boyd's family, friends recall man who 'tried to get himself together'

    Family members say things changed for Tawon Boyd when his son was born three years ago: He picked up more steady work and seemed to be putting his life together. As they gathered for a vigil outside Boyd's home in Middle River on Friday, the people who knew the 21-year-old Baltimore native best...

  • Kathy Szeliga to run first TV ad in Senate contest

    Kathy Szeliga to run first TV ad in Senate contest

    Republican Senate candidate Kathy Szeliga will begin airing the first television ad in the race to succeed Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski -- an introductory piece that will begin running this week on cable throughout the state. Though the campaign did not release the ad itself, an aide said Szeliga has...

  • Mary Sue Easter eggs planning move to White Marsh

    Mary Sue Easter eggs planning move to White Marsh

    The company that makes Baltimore's famous Mary Sue Easter eggs is planning a move from the city to the suburbs. Ruxton Chocolates, which owns the Mary Sue brand, plans to open a 100,000-square-foot facility in the Baltimore Crossroads business community in White Marsh next year, according to a...

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  • U.S. extradites Rwandan academic who taught at Md. college to face genocide charges

    U.S. extradites Rwandan academic who taught at Md. college to face genocide charges

    KIGALI, Rwanda (AP) — A Rwandan academic who is accused of participating in the 1994 genocide arrived in the country on Wednesday following his extradition from the United States. Leopold Munyakazi, 65, was handed over to Rwandan police by U.S. officials at Kigali International Airport. Richard...

  • Towson crime log

    Loch Raven Boulevard. 8500 block. 9:30 p.m. Sept. 21. A man was approached by a man with a revolver at a convenience store and forced to walk to the 8500 block of Chestnut Oak Road where the gunman took a bag, cash, clothing, jewelry and a cellphone. Fairmount Avenue, 900 block. Between 1 a.m....

  • Family with ill child goes on dream vacation [Towson]

    Family with ill child goes on dream vacation [Towson]

    Simon Hatcher, of West Towson, set off on a weeklong dream vacation with his family Sept. 22. With the help of the Casey Cares Foundation and American Airlines' Something mAAgic Foundation, Simon, 8, was selected for an all-expenses-paid family trip to the Give the Kids the World Resort and Walt...

  • Parrot lover educates others about exotic feathered friends [Lutherville-Timonium]

    First came a parakeet. Next, a cockatiel. And on it went. Now, if you visit Chris Key's Lutherville home you might be surprised by the transformation of her living room, but don't expect to see precise placement of beautiful new furnishings there. What you'll find instead is a space designed as...

  • Roundabout construction to begin Oct. 5 at Harford and Mt. Vista roads, delays possible

    Roundabout construction to begin Oct. 5 at Harford and Mt. Vista roads, delays possible

    An often used commuter route between Harford County and Baltimore and other points south and west will have a major construction project for several months, when the State Highway Administration begins constructing a roundabout next week at Route 147 (Harford Road) and Mt. Vista Road and Glen Arm...

Community Times

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  • Pets of the week

    Pets of the week

    Rafiki is a friendly, energetic dog who enjoys playing fetch and going on long walks. He loves meeting new people and would make a great companion for anyone. He lived with another dog and children in his previous home. He is available for adoption for $100. Lincoln is a cute, sweet bunny who loves...

  • Reisterstown Corn Roast celebrates community

    The changing of the seasons in Reisterstown can be measured by the comings and goings of annual events, from Music on Main Street in the summer to the Bloomin' ArtFest welcoming in the warmth of spring. For the past decade, the coming of fall has been signaled by the coming of the Reisterstown...

  • Around the county

    Annual Taste of the Town to be held The Reisterstown-Owings Mills-Glyndon Chamber of Commerce will present the 13th Annual Taste of the Town at Douron Interiors, at 10 Painters Mill Road in Owings Mills, Thursday, Oct. 20. The event will feature samples of dishes from local restaurants, caterers...

  • Senior spotlight

    The Reisterstown Senior Center is at 12035 Reisterstown Road and is open Monday to Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m. To learn more, call 410-887-1143, email reisterstownsc@baltimorecountymd.gov or go to www.baltimorecountymd.gov. Thursday, Sept. 29: From 1 to 2:30 p.m., enjoy a fall dance with live music by...

  • At your library

    Reisterstown Branch21 Cockeys Mill Road, 410-887-1165 Wednesday, Sept. 28: "Baby Story Time." Connect with your baby through stories, rhymes, bounces and songs, followed by a play time, at 10 a.m. Registration required. "Preschool Story Time." Interact with your preschooler by enjoying stories,...

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