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  • Halethorpe Improvement Association gears up for annual cleanup day

    Halethorpe Improvement Association gears up for annual cleanup day

    The Halethorpe Improvement Association is planning to host its annual cleanup day Saturday, June 2, for residents to dispose of their trash and debris. At about 7 a.m., contractors with Baltimore County will drop off three dumpsters — one for trash, one for metal recycling and one for other recycling...

  • Arbutus crime log

    Arbutus crime log

    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. Scotia Road, 4400 block: 9 a.m. May 3. Red...

  • Arbutus Arts Festival to feature wine tasting, 200 crafters, live music and more

    Arbutus Arts Festival to feature wine tasting, 200 crafters, live music and more

    The Arbutus Arts Festival is marking its 45th year Sunday, and organizers are bringing plenty of changes and additions to mark the occasion. In addition to the usual features — specialty crafters, a beer garden, a car show and a kids’ entertainment corner — the one-day event will feature new attractions...

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  • John A. Gonce, retired Baltimore Sun printer, dies

    John A. Gonce, retired Baltimore Sun printer, dies

    John Andrew Gonce, a retired Baltimore Sun printer who enjoyed traveling by train, died at his Perry Hall home Saturday from complications of dementia at age 76. He was born in Baltimore and raised in Gardenville, the son of Andrew Gonce, a Schmidt Bakery route salesman, and Mildred Berger Gonce,...

  • Towson area to ring in summer with free Feet on the Street concert series

    Towson area to ring in summer with free Feet on the Street concert series

    Elizabeth Palmieri has had the first Feet on the Street summer concert marked on her calendar since January. The West Towson resident has loyally attended the annual event on Allegheny Avenue for years, setting up a circle of lawn chairs every Friday with her wife, son, parents and friends. “We...

  • Towson Times staff work honored by regional press association

    Towson Times staff work honored by regional press association

    Staff members and contributors to the Towson Times received five first place and three second place awards for reporting and writing from the Maryland Delaware D.C. Press Association during the organization’s News with Integrity and Excellence in Journalism Conference held Friday in Annapolis. ...

  • Baltimore County Public Schools earns a 'B' for its food

    Baltimore County Public Schools earns a 'B' for its food

    Baltimore County Public Schools raised its grade this year to a “B” for the food it served in 2017 from Healthy School Food Maryland, a coalition of organizations advocating for high-quality, healthy food in school cafeterias, school officials announced Friday. In 2016, the county received a “C-”...

  • For Baltimore County during Kevin Kamenetz years, much change

    For Baltimore County during Kevin Kamenetz years, much change

    In 1994, thousands still worked at Sparrows Point in Baltimore County, which shipped nearly 3 million tons of steel products that year, helping Bethlehem Steel post its first profit in years. As city residents continued a decades-long flock to the suburbs, county schools bulged at their aging seams,...

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