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Police respond to report of man breaking Towson church windows

Baltimore County Police responded to Trinity Episcopal Church, at 120 Allegheny Ave., in Towson, at 11:30 a.m. this morning for a report of a man smashing the church's windows with a pipe. Police later took a man into custody in connection with the incident, county police spokesman Cpl. John Wachter...

Police release photo of suspect in Hunt Valley purse theft

Police release photo of suspect in Hunt Valley purse theft

Baltimore County police have released a photo of a woman they say is suspected of stealing a purse May 2 from a business in Hunt Valley. The purse was stolen from a business in the 11300 block of McCormick Road between 8:30 a.m. and 9:38 a.m., police said. The incident is under investigation by...

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  • Towson yoga class helps Parkinson's sufferers restore mind-body connection

    Towson yoga class helps Parkinson's sufferers restore mind-body connection

    The problems began with his voice, which mysteriously started growing fainter. Then came his handwriting, which began to shrink. And when Carl Schuetz's gait became oddly halting, his then-wife asked why his strides were so uneven. Schuetz, 63, of Timonium, had developed Parkinson's disease, a...

  • Joppa Road, Oakleigh Road water mains slated for replacement

    Joppa Road, Oakleigh Road water mains slated for replacement

    By next spring, Baltimore County will have a design ready for a project to replace an 80-year-old water main on Joppa Road, a county official said Wednesday. Baltimore County's fiscal 2017 budget includes funds to design a replacement for a 12-inch water line along Joppa between Old Harford Road...

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  • Towson High student's work featured in national art exhibit

    Towson High student's work featured in national art exhibit

    A rising junior at Towson High School is being featured this summer in an exhibit highlighting young artists that currently is on display at the National Art Education Association in Alexandria, Va. Grace Sheridan, of Towson, 16, is the only student from Maryland whose work is included in the exhibit,...

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