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New developer interested in buying proposed Royal Farms site in Towson

The developer behind Silo Point, a $180 million waterfront condominium development in Baltimore City, is interested in buying a county-owned property at York Road and Bosley Avenue in Towson, according to a letter to Baltimore County Councilman David Marks. Turner Development Group's president,...

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Residents report suspicious man approaching children in Stoneleigh, Wiltondale

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  • Planet Fitness to open Towson-area location in September

    Planet Fitness to open Towson-area location in September

    Planet Fitness will open its first Towson-area location this fall, a company representative said Tuesday. If all goes as planned, the fitness chain, which offers monthly memberships, will open a gym in the Hillendale Shopping Center, at Loch Raven Boulevard and Taylor Avenue, in September, according...

  • Warren G. Sody, veteran of D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge, dies

    Warren G. Sody, veteran of D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge, dies

    Warren G. Sody, a World War II infantryman who parachuted behind enemy lines on D-Day and later fought at the Battle of the Bulge at Bastonge, Belgium, died Tuesday from respiratory failure at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson. The former Mays Chapel resident was 93. The son of John J. Sody and Anna...

  • Khizr Khan brings message of citizens' rights to Baltimore County

    Khizr Khan brings message of citizens' rights to Baltimore County

    Khizr Khan, the father of an Army soldier killed in 2004 Iraq who rocketed to political fame after he criticized Donald Trump last summer at the Democratic National Convention, spoke at a rally in Towson on Wednesday about the need to uphold America's democratic values. Khan was the headliner of...

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  • Glyndon Swim Club holds 'family' appeal for members

    Glyndon Swim Club holds 'family' appeal for members

    Milton Dodge and his family often go to the Glyndon Swim Club to relax, especially on work nights in the summer. The Glyndon resident and his wife and two children will also head there on the weekends to simply chill out. Dodge said they will arrive at the club three to four times a week as they...

  • Chicken Shak offers Reisterstown a down-home eatery

    Chicken Shak offers Reisterstown a down-home eatery

    Chicken Shak opened on Reisterstown's Main Street in late February, generally a slow time in the restaurant industry. The owners timed the launch intentionally; thin crowds would give the new dining spot time to work out any potential kinks. But as is the case with many best-laid plans, this one...

  • Hogan visits Stevenson University to tout transfer of former Rosewood Center property

    Hogan visits Stevenson University to tout transfer of former Rosewood Center property

    Gov. Larry Hogan visited Stevenson University in Owings Mills Thursday to mark the planned transfer of the state-owned Rosewood Center property to the growing school. "It's been a long time coming," Hogan told Stevenson employees and students who gathered on campus to celebrate the deal, which will...

  • Reisterstown American Legion Post 116 soldiers on

    Reisterstown American Legion Post 116 soldiers on

    On a quiet Saturday afternoon Warren G. Harding chatted with members of Reisterstown's American Legion Post 116. Seated at the post's bar, the 96-year-old Harding readily admitted to be being a proud American Legion member. "I am a life member for 50 years," said Harding, who served during World...

  • Former Ravens player opens Sunset Raw Juice Bar in Owings Mills

    Former Ravens player opens Sunset Raw Juice Bar in Owings Mills

    Sunset Raw Juice Bar opened last weekend at Foundry Row in Owings Mills, serving up fresh juices, smoothies and other healthy eats from a former National Football League player. The shop at 10160 Reisterstown Road is owned by Gerrard Sheppard, a former wide receiver for Towson University and the...

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  • Stevie Hansen's spirit lives on in award [Cockeysville]

    Stevie Hansen's spirit lives on in award [Cockeysville]

    For more than a decade, the Stevie Hansen Spirit Award has been given to a young Cockeysville Recreation Council baseball player who embodies qualities that make them an outstanding player and teammate. Named for Stevie Hansen, a young boy from Springlake who succumbed to brain and spinal cord...

  • Eda G. Mahan, retired auditor, dies

    Eda G. Mahan, retired auditor, dies

    Eda G. Mahan, a retired auditor and Baltimore Colts fan whose lavish Christmas breakfasts drew family members near and far, died July 4 in her sleep at a daughter's home in Sparks. She was 97. The daughter of Salvatore Dellospedale and Maria Pecora Dellospedale, Italian immigrants, the former Eda...

  • Grant to Towson Y's HeadStart program will target childhood obesity

    Grant to Towson Y's HeadStart program will target childhood obesity

    Children in Towson's Head Start Center will soon see more movement and activity incorporated into the center's day-to-day programming. The Y of Central Maryland, which operates the federal early childhood education program in Baltimore County, has received a $100,000 grant from Giant Food stores...

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  • Evelyn V. Spicer, registereed nurse, dies

    Evelyn V. Spicer, registereed nurse, dies

    Evelyn V. Spicer, a registered nurse who had worked at the Calvert School, died Friday from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at her home in the Woodbrook neighborhood of Baltimore County. She was 91. The daughter of Marcus M. “Max” Vogt and Grace Vogt, who owned and operated M.M. Vogt Hardware,...

  • Towson crime log

    Towson 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. 7600 block, Hillendale Road. Between July 10 at 8 a.m. and July 16 at 10 p.m. Two televisions and a watch stolen from a residence. 8500 block,...

  • Anneslie man seeks Towson 'skatespot' [Towson]

    Bill Felter began skateboarding at age eight, but it wasn't until his family moved to Florida four years later that skating took on a more important role. "Having never played team sports, skateboarding provided a way to make new friends in a new surrounding," Bill recalls. "Skateboarding provided...

  • Catonsville's incumbent legislators form a slate for 2018

    Catonsville's incumbent legislators form a slate for 2018

    Four Democrats seeking re-election in District 12; GOP candidate is first to file

  • In new deal, Ravens to enter 'mixed reality' with holographic players

    In new deal, Ravens to enter 'mixed reality' with holographic players

    An animated, life-sized 3-D image of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger appears in an otherwise vacant office in Towson with bare walls and a concrete floor. Visible only through a special lens, he is surrounded by his teammates in their familiar white, black and gold on a “field”...

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