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  • 'I have my independence back:' Woodlawn woman among five selected for low-cost car giveaway

    'I have my independence back:' Woodlawn woman among five selected for low-cost car giveaway

    For the first time in two years, in the early afternoon of Sept. 20 Ashley Washington turned the key in the ignition of a car that she could call her own. “This feels great,” she said, clapping. In the back seat of the 2006 Chevy Malibu, her 1-year-old son, Dillan, giggled at seeing his mother...

  • 16-year-old bicyclist seriously injured in Catonsville crash, Baltimore County police say

    16-year-old bicyclist seriously injured in Catonsville crash, Baltimore County police say

    A 16-year-old bicyclist was seriously injured in a crash in Catonsville early Monday morning, Baltimore County police said. The juvenile is expected to survive, police said. The crash has closed Frederick Road to traffic between Cedarwood Road and Nunnery Lane. Police are asking drivers to use...

  • Catonsville Crime Logs

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    The following is compiled from local police reports. Our policy is to include descriptions when there is enough information to make identification possible. If you have any information about these crimes, call the Wilkens Police Station at 410-887-0872. Nunnery Lane, unit block. Sept. 6, 1:45 p.m....

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  • Amelia L. Pierson, homemaker, dies

    Amelia L. Pierson, homemaker, dies

    Amelia L. Pierson, a homemaker and inveterate bridge player, died Sept. 12 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson from congestive heart failure. The Lutherville resident was 85. The former Amelia Louise Schneidereith was born in Baltimore and raised on Springlake Way in Homeland. She was the daughter...

  • Frederick J. Lengsfeld, longtime Esskay worker, dies

    Frederick J. Lengsfeld, longtime Esskay worker, dies

    Frederick John Lengsfeld, a longtime Esskay worker and World War II veteran, died Sunday from oral cancer at the College Manor nursing home in Lutherville. The Hamilton resident was 92. He was the son of Leo Lengsfeld, a laborer, and Anna Richter Lengsfeld, a homemaker, and was the second-oldest...

  • Gary 'Teedee' Blue, homemaker and golfer, dies

    Gary 'Teedee' Blue, homemaker and golfer, dies

    Gary “Teedee” Blue, a homemaker and inveterate golfer, died Aug. 29 from complications of a stroke at her home at the Brightwood Retirement Community in Lutherville. She was 88. The former Gary Bolton was the daughter of Alfred Johnson Bolton, a businessman, and Ida Perry Black Bolton, a homemaker....

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  • Susan Murray, special education teacher and advocate, dies

    Susan Murray, special education teacher and advocate, dies

    Susan Lynne Murray, a special education teacher at St. Elizabeth School who had been honored in Baltimore County as education advocate of the year, died Sept. 14 in a single-vehicle accident in the Freeland area of northern Baltimore County. She was 63 and lived in Glen Rock, Pa. A Baltimore County...

  • Catonsville library prepping for historic walking tour

    Catonsville library prepping for historic walking tour

    Monty Phair, a librarian at the Catonsville branch of the Baltimore County Public Library, has been interested in local history since visiting Civil War battlefields and barn sales with his uncle as a child. “I learned about this from walking the ground,” Phair, a Catonsville resident in his early...

  • Panel OKs Towson Row, Towson Station designs — with conditions

    Panel OKs Towson Row, Towson Station designs — with conditions

    Downtown projects Towson Row and Towson Station each took a step forward in the development process Wednesday night when Baltimore County’s Design Review Panel approved each project under the condition that each developer address its concerns. In particular, the panel wanted Towson Row developers...

  • June Y. Coury, homemaker who loved organizing family gatherings, dies

    June Y. Coury, homemaker who loved organizing family gatherings, dies

    June Y. Coury, a homemaker who was proud of her Southern heritage, died Aug. 25 from cancer at her Towson home. She was 88. The former June Dresda Bobo was born in Pilot Oak, Ky., and raised in Christmasville, Tenn. She was the daughter of Foster Bobo, a farmer, and Flora Day Bobo, a homemaker....

  • Crews blast through Bloede Dam to begin long-awaited removal

    Crews blast through Bloede Dam to begin long-awaited removal

    Crews blew up a section of the Bloede Dam on Tuesday, launching in earnest a process of removing the structure and restoring a section of the Patapsco River to its natural profile. The long-awaited blast occurred around midday Tuesday. Now, the rest of the dam will be removed in chunks over the...

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