Man wanted in Lansdowne stabbing turns himself into police

Man wanted in Lansdowne stabbing turns himself into police

A man wanted in a Lansdowne stabbing last week turned himself into Baltimore County police headquarters on Sunday, the department said.

Local gymnasts performing with AcroArmy on 'America's Got Talent'

Local gymnasts performing with AcroArmy on 'America's Got Talent'

Three local gymnasts who trained at a Columbia-based gymnastics studio are members of the group, AcroArmy, scheduled to perform Tuesday evening on the NBC television show, “America’s Got...

Teaching technology sustains creative outlet

Teaching technology sustains creative outlet

To his students, Relay native Brad Sweet, 32, is a technology teacher at Lindale Middle School in Anne Arundel County.

Student ID badges are a step we must take for school security [Editorial]

Student ID badges are a step we must take for school security [Editorial]

In a perfect world, schools are open institutions, free for students to roam the halls and where all visitors are welcome and report to the principal's office upon arrival.

Catonsville glassware designer sees clear benefits to presence at festival

Catonsville glassware designer sees clear benefits to presence at festival

Lexie Bianco, 28, views an arts festival as an opportunity to build her budding business.

Owner in final stage of selling Arbutus bar

Owner in final stage of selling Arbutus bar

A longtime fixture in downtown Arbutus, Center Court, located at 5507 Selma Ave., will soon be under new ownership.

Police search for Lansdowne stabbing suspect, girlfriend

Police search for Lansdowne stabbing suspect, girlfriend

Baltimore County police continue to look for the suspect in a Lansdowne stabbing, along with his missing girlfriend.

Mount St. Joseph football routs Bishop McNamara in opener

Mount St. Joseph football routs Bishop McNamara in opener

If the opening game is any indication, then Mount St. Joseph appears poised for its first winning football season in seven years.

Baltimore County schools to focus on equity, achievement gaps 

Baltimore County schools to focus on equity, achievement gaps

On Friday morning, in the auditorium of Loch Raven High School, more than 300 school administrators closed their eyes for 30 seconds.

Baltimore County schools begin new identification card program

Baltimore County schools begin new identification card program

Students who filed into Lansdowne High School today will be wearing identification badges with their photo and a bar code as part of a new program being rolled out by Baltimore County Public Schools...

Baltimore County school board called a learning experience

Baltimore County school board called a learning experience

Two years from now, the southwestern portion of Baltimore County will be home to three new 700-seat elementary schools and a fourth that will have expanded to become a 750-seat elementary school.

Victim of attack in Federal Hill receives support from Catonsville community

Victim of attack in Federal Hill receives support from Catonsville community

When Sal Schittino Jr., 24, was attacked and robbed by a group of teens on mopeds Sunday, it was a shock to his family, who live in Catonsville and own Scittino's Italian Marketplace on Edmondson...

Competition for snowball stands heats up

Competition for snowball stands heats up

With the final days of summer approaching, competition is heating up for snowball sales in Arbutus and Catonsville.

Relay's history topic of talk at Arbutus Senior Center

Relay's history topic of talk at Arbutus Senior Center

When Ray Chism, 74, bought the Relay Hotel in 1972 with his wife, Diana, he wanted to learn more about the history of the building, where he has lived with his family for more than 30 years.

Liquor license approved for new Italian bistro and wine bar in Catonsville

Liquor license approved for new Italian bistro and wine bar in Catonsville

An empty storefront which formerly housed Regions Restaurant is expected to be filled by early September with the scent of brick oven pizza and other homemade Italian food.

Man arrested after assault on Lansdowne parking lot

Police arrest man after attack with object similar to baseball bat

Catonsville grad uses small size to big advantage for Arbutus Big Red semipro team

Catonsville grad uses small size to big advantage for Arbutus Big Red semipro team

At Catonsville High, 2009 graduate Brian Chapman proved he could handle a full workload at running back on the football field even though he's 5 feet 4.

Retirement community plans for future with expansion

Retirement community plans for future with expansion

If the development plan receives zoning approval on Monday, Aug. 25, four buildings that serve as residences on the campus of the Charlestown Retirement Community will be razed and replaced with two...

Notre Dame football's Rudy to speak in Catonsville [Letter]

Subject of movie on Notre Dame football to visit area

Catonsville resident appointed to Baltimore County Commission for Women

Catonsville resident appointed to Baltimore County Commission for Women

Catonsville resident Renee McGuirk-Spence, 61, who recently ran unsuccessfully for state delegate in District 12, will now serve her community in a different way.

Mural welcomes motorists entering Catonsville from Beltway

Mural welcomes motorists entering Catonsville from Beltway

Those entering Catonsville from Interstate 695 may have noticed the brick wall of Perfect Touch Hair Salon & Day Spa on Frederick Road being coated by colorful brush strokes of paint over the past few...


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