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Baltimore County police investigating two shootings

Baltimore County police are investigating two shootings Sunday and early Monday morning. On Sunday, a man took himself to MedStar Franklin Square Hospital with a gunshot wound to the upper body, and told police he had been shot along Route 40 by an unknown suspect. The 24-year-old victim was released...

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Towson scout's book drive delivers volumes to nonprofit

Towson scout's book drive delivers volumes to nonprofit

On Tuesday, the books were still arriving at Ray Howington's house in Towson. The latest bunch included 12 childrens' titles, among them "A Book Of Dreamland Stories," "The Real Mother Goose" and "Poems to Read to the Very Young." For his Eagle Scout project, Howington, 17, reached out to Armagh...

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  • High school musicals take center stage at Baltimore County schools

    High school musicals take center stage at Baltimore County schools

    School productions take months of planning, hours of rehearsals and nerves of steel before opening night

  • A busy Valentine's Day at florist's temporary shop

    A busy Valentine's Day at florist's temporary shop

    On Wednesday, Allison Glascock and her staff will take the day off, giving them an opportunity to relax and take care of personal matters. But first is Tuesday — Valentine's Day — at her business, Blue Iris Flowers. She called the day one of "organized chaos" as she spent the morning in the shop's...

  • UMBC plans alternatives to reduce need for campus parking

    UMBC plans alternatives to reduce need for campus parking

    As major construction projects at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, campus progress, one thing that won't be increasing is the amount of parking. University officials, when planning an $85 million, 5,000-seat event center, made the decision about five years ago to rely on the existing...

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Arbutus/Lansdowne

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  • Good Shepherd Services to close Baltimore County residential treatment program

    Good Shepherd Services to close Baltimore County residential treatment program

    Good Shepherd Services will close its troubled residential treatment program for adolescents in Halethorpe after two state agencies decided to withdraw the children they had placed there. The decision to withdraw the children followed moratoriums imposed late last year by the agencies on sending...

  • Teachers weaving today's news into Black History Month lessons

    Teachers weaving today's news into Black History Month lessons

    When Courtney Fleming teaches U.S. History, a course that covers events since the end of the Civil War, she challenges her high school students to make connections to today's news. In classes where the treatment of immigrants in the 1920s and lynching of black men in the South are broached, students...

  • A student's sudden death stuns Lansdowne High

    A student's sudden death stuns Lansdowne High

    The Lansdowne High School community came together Tuesday night to mourn No. 19. Kayla Linton, a 17-year-old senior athlete whose lacrosse jersey carried the number, died suddenly Saturday after she went into cardiac arrest after battling the flu since last Tuesday, said her mother, Kerry. "There...

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Cockeysville/Hunt Valley

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Owings Mills/Pikesville

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  • Tiny shrimp can add a big boost to a bagel spread

    Tiny shrimp can add a big boost to a bagel spread

    My neighbor and I went to Sam's Bagels in Reisterstown the other week. I got a breakfast sandwich and she got a tuna fish, both on their daily fresh bagels. Super yummy but it got me thinking about toppings that go with bagels and cream cheese that are protein-based but not lox or whitefish. I'm...

  • SIG in Pikesville among 24 firms to create Alera Group

    SIG in Pikesville among 24 firms to create Alera Group

    SIG, an employee benefits firm in Pikesville, is among 24 insurance firms joining under one name, Alera Group. Through the deal, SIG will maintain its local independence while gaining access to a national network of resources and expertise for clients, Founder and President Richard Silberstein...

  • Nine fun family activities when you're stuck inside

    Nine fun family activities when you're stuck inside

    The rush and excitement of the holidays are over and the dropping temperatures have most likely forced your family to spend a good portion of their time indoors. And we all know that bad attitudes can be contagious in cramped quarters. The good news is that there are plenty of great things to do...

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  • Project helps Monarch butterfly to survive [Towson]

    Project helps Monarch butterfly to survive [Towson]

    More positive news about a teen in our community helping make the world a little brighter for the rest of us! On Friday, Jan. 20, Grant Iodice, of Boy Scout Troop 35, was recognized as an Eagle Scout at an award ceremony at the Church of the Redeemer, on Charles Street. Grant is a senior at Boys'...

  • For local woman, card club was bridge to friendship [Lutherville-Timonium]

    During the 1950s, three young women living and raising their children in the Northwood section of Baltimore City joined their neighborhood bridge club. They could not have imagined then that their weekly gathering would last for more than 60 years. Helen Fields, of Lutherville, is one those women....

  • 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. Murdock Road, 100 block. Between Feb. 8 at 5 p.m. and Feb. 10 at 5:50 p.m. A dark green 1999 Toyota Corolla, Maryland tag number ZGN628,...

  • Immaculate Conception school in Towson closed due to illness, parents told

    Immaculate Conception school in Towson closed due to illness, parents told

    Immaculate Conception School in Towson was closed today, and will remain closed Friday, as a number of students and teachers have become ill, according to messages sent to parents. A woman who answered the door at the 500-plus student private school Thursday morning confirmed the school was closed...

  • Performing arts physician from Glen Arm treats musicians playing in pain

    Performing arts physician from Glen Arm treats musicians playing in pain

    Dr. Raymond Wittstadt has a pretty good grip on the reasons why some musicians need his help to continue playing at an optimum level. More often than not, their hands are either the source or the recipient of stiffness and pain. As such, the Glen Arm resident has has been an attending hand surgeon...

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