Club offers opportunity for more than the imagination to take flight

Club offers opportunity for more than the imagination to take flight

When Arbutus dentist Dr. Art Vail, 55, isn't seeing patients, chances are you can find him flying one of his remote controlled airplanes at Southwest Area Park in Baltimore Highlands with fellow...

Model airplane crash in Baltimore Highlands [Video]

Model airplane crash in Baltimore Highlands [Video]

Catonsville fourth-graders see early progress learning Spanish

Catonsville fourth-graders see early progress learning Spanish

"Cuantos anos tienes?" Concetta Gallardo, 30, asked her class of fourth-graders at Johnnycake Elementary School on a Thursday morning.

Kit Valentine, advocate for environment in Catonsville

Kit Valentine, advocate for environment in Catonsville

Kit Valentine, an advocate for the environment who served as president and vice-president of the Patapsco Heritage Greenway, died Sept. 15 of pancreatic cancer. He was 73.

Two Balto. Co. school board members share their vision

Two Balto. Co. school board members share their vision

A hybrid school board on the horizon. Digital devices for all students. The proposal for a new elementary school at the site of Bykota Senior Center. With the start of a new school year, the Baltimore...

Model aircrafts take flight in Baltimore Highlands [Video]

Model aircrafts take flight in Baltimore Highlands [Video]

Seniors keep active at Lansdowne center

Seniors keep active at Lansdowne center

Majorie Miller may be 79, but she's constantly on the go at the Lansdowne-Baltimore Highlands Senior Center.

Police searching for suspect connected to Catonsville arson

Police searching for suspect connected to Catonsville arson

Police are searching for a suspect connected to a second-degree arson that occurred Sunday in the 5400 block of Old Frederick Road in Catonsville, said Baltimore County Police spokeswoman Julia...

Arbutus consignment shop expands to larger space

Arbutus consignment shop expands to larger space

When Cheryl Dabrasky's husband, Brian Jones, was diagnosed with cancer and was unable to continue his job in a warehouse about a year ago, she knew she'd have to figure out a way to support their...

Catonsville High teacher acquires school's first 3D printer

Catonsville High teacher acquires school's first 3D printer

For students in Dan Larsen's technology class at Catonsville High School, designing parts and objects with a computer aided design (CAD) program will be more of a hands-on learning experience this...

Western Tech football runs all over Lansdowne, 46-6

Western Tech football runs all over Lansdowne, 46-6

The game plan for the Western Tech football team was to control the ball on the ground behind its triple-option offense. It succeeded as the Wolverines rolled up 315 yards in a 46-6 domination of...

Towson volleyball sweeps Lansdowne

Towson volleyball sweeps Lansdowne

Talk about two volleyball teams heading in opposite directions. On one side was Towson, with its 4-0 record. On the other was Lansdowne, seeking its first win.

Local gymnasts aim high as members of AcroArmy on 'America's Got Talent' 

Local gymnasts aim high as members of AcroArmy on 'America's Got Talent'

Arbutus resident Emily Ruppert has spent this summer flipping, jumping and dancing her way across the Radio City Music Hall stage in New York City.

Baltimore County Police warn homeowners to be aware of scams

Baltimore County Police warn homeowners to be aware of scams

Baltimore County Police are advising residents to be aware of con artists who are targeting homeowners, particularly the elderly, according to a statement.

Future use of Catonsville site to be discussed at community meeting

Future use of Catonsville site to be discussed at community meeting

The future of an 11.01-acre wooded parcel of land at the end of Maple Avenue in Catonsville, the site of a historic mill that dates back to 1850, will move a step closer to being determined next...

Catonsville hotel destroyed by fire in 2011 reopens

Catonsville hotel destroyed by fire in 2011 reopens

A Days Inn hotel on Baltimore National Pike in Catonsville destroyed by an electrical fire during the renovation of an elevator in 2011 reopened its doors Aug. 7 as a Holiday Inn Express & Suites...

Balto. Co. warns of insurance advertisements for pipe coverage

Balto. Co. warns of insurance advertisements for pipe coverage

Baltimore County officials say residents do not need to buy extra insurance to protect water and sewer pipes as new electronic water meters are installed — and they are warning property owners...

Lansdowne football win leads weekend of highlights in Arbutus

Lansdowne football win leads weekend of highlights in Arbutus

It was an exciting weekend of football in Arbutus that included a number of highlights. The biggest was Lansdowne High's 7-6 win over Kenwood on Friday that ended a 26-game losing streak dating back...

Arson charge against volunteer firefighter dismissed 

Arson charge against volunteer firefighter dismissed

A U.S. district judge has dismissed charges against a Baltimore County volunteer firefighter who was accused of deliberately setting a 2007 blaze in Halethorpe, accepting his lawyer's argument that...

Request to amend Morsberger property plan withdrawn by developer

A request to alter a development plan for a 29-acre parcel in Catonsville was withdrawn on Sept. 2 after it was met with opposition from the surrounding community.

Master Gardeners program encourages residents to grow

Master Gardeners program encourages residents to grow

For those involved with the Baltimore County Master Gardeners program, gardening doesn't end with the summer — it's a year round activity.


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