Baltimore County

Towson

More Towson news
East Towson's founding by freed slaves commemorated with historic marker

East Towson's founding by freed slaves commemorated with historic marker

Community leaders and elected officials unveiled a new historic marker at the northeast corner of Towsontown Boulevard and Virginia Avenue Friday afternoon that commemorates East Towson’s mid-1800s settlement by freed slaves from the Hampton estate in northeast Towson. The site was once the location...

Baltimore County Sports

More Baltimore County Sports

Catonsville

More Catonsville news
  • Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department to show off renovations at open house

    Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department to show off renovations at open house

    One image of a first responder is one of action — paramedics treating injuries, firefighters wielding hoses or prying open crashed cars with huge hydraulic pliers called the Jaws of Life to rescue people trapped inside. But for Doug Simpkins, captain emeritus at the Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department,...

  • Man, 37, indicted in fatal Windsor Mill shooting

    Man, 37, indicted in fatal Windsor Mill shooting

    A 37-year-old Baltimore man faces charges including first-degree murder in the March shooting death of another man in Windsor Mill. Court records show Kevin Tryone Glover was indicted Monday in Baltimore County. He is accused in the fatal shooting of 24-year-old Bernie Maurice Slater, also of Baltimore,...

  • Catonsville farmers markets work to reach out to low income shoppers

    Catonsville farmers markets work to reach out to low income shoppers

    Most Wednesdays, Kejuana Walton is at the Catonsville farmers market on Edmondson Avenue, trying to keep the “University of Maryland Extension” sign from blowing off a poster board covered in healthy recipes. She hands out colorful brochures and teaches the weekly market’s customers about fruits...

Lutherville/Timonium

More Lutherville/Timonium news

Arbutus/Lansdowne

More Arbutus News

Community Times

More from the Community Times

Cockeysville/Hunt Valley

More Cockeysville/Hunt Valley news
  • The 136th Maryland State Fair promises mix of old and new

    The 136th Maryland State Fair promises mix of old and new

    In a room at her family's farm in Glen Arm, 13-year-old Katie Yoder is preparing her rabbits to be the fluffiest, furriest versions of themselves they can be. Katie checks two-year-old Artemis, one of about 30 to 40 rabbits she breeds and raises at Cozy Hill Rabbits and Cavies, in preparation for...

  • Towson library to host eclipse viewing party

    Towson library to host eclipse viewing party

    The Baltimore County Public Library branch in Towson will host a special viewing party ahead of a total solar eclipse that is expected to occur Aug. 21 — though an official added that an unexpected level of interest in the event might mean that the library won't have enough special glasses on hand...

  • Annual Taste of Towson fundraiser will feature food from more than 30 restaurants

    Annual Taste of Towson fundraiser will feature food from more than 30 restaurants

    The 7th annual Taste of Towson event is set for Sept. 21 at Towson University's SECU Arena. The fundraiser includes unlimited tastings of food prepared by more than 30 participating local restaurants, along with an open bar. Proceeds benefit the Towson Chamber of Commerce. Participating restaurants...

Owings Mills/Pikesville

More Owings Mills/Pikesville News

White Marsh

More White Marsh News

Dundalk

More Dundalk News

More Baltimore County News

more baltimore county news
  • Police seek man whom they say stole money order from Cockeysville 7-Eleven

    Baltimore County Police are asking for the public’s assistance in finding someone whom they allege stole a money order that was unintentionally left behind by another customer at a 7-Eleven store in Cockeysville. Police said the $1,170 money order was purchased at around 6:40 p.m. on Sept. 5 at...

  • Towson professor Leslie Harrison long-listed for the 2017 National Book Award in poetry

    Towson professor Leslie Harrison long-listed for the 2017 National Book Award in poetry

    Towson University assistant professor Leslie Harrison was named a semifinalist for the National Book Award in poetry on Wednesday. Harrison, a Rodgers Forge resident, is the author of “The Book of Endings,” one of 10 titles to make the so-called longlist for the Book Awards, one of the country’s...

  • Sixteen years after 9/11, Catonsville family remembers daughter

    Sixteen years after 9/11, Catonsville family remembers daughter

    For years after Elizabeth Wainio died on United Airlines Flight 93 on Sept. 11, 2001, Ben Wainio, of Catonsville, would call his daughter’s cellphone so that when it went to voicemail, he could hear her voice. “And a couple of years ago, I called and the message was gone,” Wainio said. “That was...

  • Essex man crossing road with mother killed in hit-and-run, police say

    Essex man crossing road with mother killed in hit-and-run, police say

    Baltimore County police said they are seeking the driver who struck and killed a man crossing a road with his mother early Monday morning in Essex. The 23-year-old victim was crossing Eastern Boulevard at Stemmers Run Road with his mother around 12:48 a.m. when a purple sedan traveling east struck...

  • Towson area crime log

    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: Taylor Avenue, 800 block. Between Sept. 4 at 9:35 p.m. and Sept. 5 at 6:15 a.m. Video surveillance system stolen from the Dollar...

73°