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  • Serious crime in Woodlawn: Perception or reality?

    Serious crime in Woodlawn: Perception or reality?

    A police-community meeting in north Catonsville Tuesday night sparked a debate on crime trends in the Woodlawn area and how to address them, particularly when they involve juveniles. The meeting featured a panel including Matthew Gorman, the captain of the county police Woodlawn station, Baltimore...

  • Catonsville's Holiday Lights Run snowballs into community party

    Catonsville's Holiday Lights Run snowballs into community party

    Four years ago, a group of mountain bikers called the Catonsville Klunkers rode in Patapsco State Park on Wednesday nights, and they always encountered a running group called the Full Moon Crazies. The two groups decided to get together around the holidays, recalled Scott Westcoat, owner of The...

  • Catonsville 'Snowmen' fundraiser melts, donations being returned

    Catonsville 'Snowmen' fundraiser melts, donations being returned

    Businesses participating in a Catonsville “Reel Snowmen” fundraising display, which was abruptly pulled down after a controversy surfaced over whether one snowman carried a political message, are having their $250 donations returned. “We have decided to refund all monies donated by our sponsors...

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  • Work begins on 124-home Relay development

    Work begins on 124-home Relay development

    A townhouse development with 124 homes is under construction in Relay, the first project of its size in southwestern Baltimore County in nearly 20 years. The Highgate Development, off Cedar Avenue near the Clarke Boulevard intersection, will feature three-story townhouses without basements, 77...

  • Baltimore County gun shops weather a changing climate on firearms

    Baltimore County gun shops weather a changing climate on firearms

    Much has changed in the 60 years since Clyde Blamberg’s late father, also named Clyde, opened Clyde’s Sport Shop in Lansdowne, selling worms to fishermen from a roadside stand before building a small store. There are not as many “hardcore fishermen,” said Blamberg, who took over the shop alongside...

  • Riverview school bus windows shattered by BB gun

    Riverview school bus windows shattered by BB gun

    A school bus carrying children from Riverview Elementary School was shot with a BB gun earlier this month, shattering multiple windows, county police said. The bus, with 21 children and four adults, was traveling along Bigley Avenue in Lansdowne on Nov. 14 when someone started shooting at the bus,...

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  • Jerry F. Francik, General Motors executive and business owner, dies

    Jerry F. Francik, General Motors executive and business owner, dies

    Jerry F. Francik, a retired General Motors executive, World War II Navy veteran and founder of All Counties Tapping & Testing Inc., died Dec. 1 from multiple organ failure at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center. The former longtime Cockeysville resident was 90. The son of Jaroslav Francik, an...

  • Dulaney High students show their excellence [Cockeysville]

    Dulaney High students show their excellence [Cockeysville]

    The football, cheerleading and marching band programs at Dulaney High School are being recognized as being among the best locally and nationally. A trio of cheerleaders from Dulaney — Alyssa Brown, Sara Comaromi and Hope Eckhart — headed to New York City in November to perform in the 91st Macy’s...

  • Dr. Edward W. 'Ned' Hopkins, a Baltimore pediatrician, dies

    Dr. Edward W. 'Ned' Hopkins, a Baltimore pediatrician, dies

    Dr. Edward W. “Ned” Hopkins, a retired Baltimore pediatrician and Army veteran, died Nov. 22 in his sleep at his Cockeysville home. He was 92. The son of Thomas Smith Hopkins, a Girard Trust Co. banker, and Louisa Clement Hopkins, a homemaker, Edward Winslow Hopkins was born and raised in Haddonfield,...

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  • In its 175th year, Baltimore County's Chestnut Grove Presbyterian Church remains vibrant

    In its 175th year, Baltimore County's Chestnut Grove Presbyterian Church remains vibrant

    Keeping the Chestnut Grove Presbyterian Church afloat for 175 years has not always been easy. Like many religious institutions, the church on Sweet Air Road in Phoenix, just west of Jacksonville, has seen a significant decline in participation and membership during the last quarter of a century....

  • 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 Fairway Drive, 600 block. Between Dec. 6 at 11 p.m. and Dec. 7 at 5:30 a.m. Camera and miscellaneous items stolen from four locked...

  • Towson Odd Fellows to host Breakfast with Santa Sunday

    Towson Odd Fellows to host Breakfast with Santa Sunday

    The Towson Odd Fellows Lodge No. 79 of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows will host its annual all-you-can-eat breakfast with Santa the Sunday, Dec. 17, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Historic Odd Fellows Temple, in Towson. The breakfast will feature a visit from the jolly man himself, photo opportunities...

  • Baltimore County officials, residents debate merits of Towson Row deal

    Baltimore County officials, residents debate merits of Towson Row deal

    For nearly three hours, members of the Baltimore County Council heard conflicting opinions Tuesday on whether to grant millions in financial aid to developers of the stalled Towson Row mixed-use development. County residents from Lansdowne to Fort Howard told council members they should not give...

  • Jeanne F. Blair, saleswoman and opera singer, dies

    Jeanne F. Blair, saleswoman and opera singer, dies

    Jeanne F. Blair, a former saleswoman and opera buff who performed with the old Baltimore Civic Opera Company, died Dec. 6 from lung failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The longtime Towson resident was 89. The daughter of Charles Edward Frank, a U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service...

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