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Construction on Radebaugh Park in Towson expected to start in July

Construction on Radebaugh Park in Towson expected to start in July

After three years of discussion, plans for Radebaugh Park, in Towson, will move forward as early as this spring. The small park, named after the fourth-generation Radebaugh family florist that sold the land on which the park will be built, is planned for Towson’s Aigburth Manor. Baltimore County...

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  • Man charged after hit and run in Catonsville prompts helicopter search, foot chase

    Man charged after hit and run in Catonsville prompts helicopter search, foot chase

    A Columbia man is facing four criminal charges and more than 20 traffic citations after fleeing the scene of a crash in Catonsville on Sunday night, running from police into a wooded area and prompting a helicopter and K9 search. Robert Cathcart, 47, is charged with second-degree assault, resisting...

  • Pedestrian bridge near Woodlawn High, library branch to be rebuilt

    Pedestrian bridge near Woodlawn High, library branch to be rebuilt

    A pedestrian bridge connecting Dogwood Road to Woodlawn High School and the neighboring Woodlawn Library that was closed in 2014 will be rebuilt this spring, county officials said. Construction is scheduled to begin in late February, according to a Baltimore County press release dated Feb. 12. ...

  • One man dies after Baltimore County house fire early Monday

    One man dies after Baltimore County house fire early Monday

    A man died, and one of his children and a firefighter sustained burn injuries in a house fire in Lansdowne early Monday, according to the Baltimore County Fire Department. Ryan Robert Cavin, 39, his wife, their two children and three other people were sleeping in the home in the 100 block of Hazel...

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  • Jean Roberts honored for her stellar fire service in Cockeysville

    Jean Roberts honored for her stellar fire service in Cockeysville

    The Cockeysville Volunteer Fire Company (CVFC) is a community-supported fire department with a dedicated volunteer force. Many of them are long-standing members of the CVFC and past President Jean Roberts was recently awarded the 2018 Appreciation of Service plaque for her 39 years of service....

  • Marjorie F. Scott, Quaker and community activist, dies

    Marjorie F. Scott, Quaker and community activist, dies

    Marjorie F. Scott, a community activist who had been executive secretary of the Baltimore office of the American Friends Service Committee, died of heart failure Feb. 8 at her home in the Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville. She was 94. Marjorie Forbush was born in Baltimore, the daughter...

  • Emery T. Cleaves, former director of the Maryland Geological Survey, dies

    Emery T. Cleaves, former director of the Maryland Geological Survey, dies

    Emery T. Cleaves, a geologist who spent his entire career with the Maryland Geological Survey, including a long period as its director, died Feb. 4 from complications of dementia at the Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville. He was 81. “Emery was very well liked and respected among a lot...

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  • Towson man, 26, killed in crash on I-83

    Towson man, 26, killed in crash on I-83

    A 26-year-old Towson man is dead after a crash on Interstate 83 in northern Baltimore County, Maryland State Police said Wednesday. The crash took place around 12:45 a.m. Wednesday on the northbound travel lanes of Interstate 83 near Ruxton Road, police said in a statement. Michael Bouity, the...

  • Towson area 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: Edgeclift Road, Unit block. Between Feb. 3 at 2 p.m. and Feb. 13 at 5:45 p.m. Home entered through broken bathroom window. Nothing...

  • Beating biscuits like Banneker: Catonsville park brings history to life

    Beating biscuits like Banneker: Catonsville park brings history to life

    Bread baked in an outdoor clay oven, on bricks heated by a fire. Johnnycakes made of home-ground cornmeal, spread flat and cooked over an open hearth. Biscuits made light and fluffy, not with yeast but with 1,500 swings of an ax. That was the menu not for an 18th-century farmstead, but for a group...

  • Gunther Wertheimer, businessman and freelance writer, dies

    Gunther Wertheimer, businessman and freelance writer, dies

    Gunther Wertheimer, a former partner in Seaview Construction and Mid-Atlantic Builders who was also a free-lance writer and art collector, died Feb. 13 from recurrent lymphoma at his Edenwald Retirement Community home in Towson. The longtime Mount Washington resident was 92. “Gunther read voluminously...

  • Gourmet grocer to set up shop in downtown Catonsville

    Gourmet grocer to set up shop in downtown Catonsville

    More than two decades ago, downtown Catonsville’s only grocery store closed, leaving no replacement in its wake. Today, Catonsville residents Patrick Baldwin and Dan Zakai are working to bring groceries back to downtown with a new gourmet grocery store called 818 Market. Named for its address,...

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