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  • Catonsville fireworks display cut short due to wind

    Catonsville fireworks display cut short due to wind
    Catonsville's spectacular display of fireworks was cut short on Friday to the disappointment of many who turned out to see the event. "The upper winds were making them go where they weren't supposed to go," said George Deal, chairman of the...
  • Catonsville resident uses pedal power to cut the grass

    Catonsville resident uses pedal power to cut the grass
    If you're driving on Seminole Avenue in Catonsville, you may spot a homeowner taking a different approach to mowing his lawn. Jason Mah, 40, an avid cyclist, has created a contraption that allows him to cut his lawn, while riding his bicycle. "I'd...
  • Pat Young wins second Democratic spot in general election for state delegate from District 44B

    Pat Young wins second Democratic spot in general election for state delegate from District 44B
    After more than a week of waiting, the suspense came to an end July 7 for two candidates vying for the second Democratic spot in the general election for state delegate from District 44B in the Maryland General Assembly. Pat Young, a Catonsville...
  • Catonsville area swim clubs win meets on same day

    Catonsville area swim clubs win meets on same day
    Three area pools won their swim meets on July 5 as Hunting Hills, Woodbridge Valley and Rollingwood all celebrated during the holiday weekend. Hunting Hills Hunting Hills won its second swim meet of the season with a 261-216 victory over Swan Lake....
  • MOMS Club of Clarksville meets second Wednesdays

    MOMS Club of Clarksville meets second Wednesdays
    These groups meet regularly. Center of Light and Love — Second Sunday, 6-7 p.m. Owen Brown Community Center, 6800 Cradlerock Way, Columbia. 410-995-4647, centeroflightandlove@comcast.net or http://www.centeroflightandlove.org. Chavurah —...
  • Florence H. Deitz, helped found hospital

    Florence H. Deitz, helped found hospital
    Florence H. Deitz, a Randallstown community activist who was a founder in the 1960s of the old Baltimore County General Hospital, which later became Northwest Hospital, died Monday of cancer at the Fairhaven retirement community. She was 91. "Florence...
  • Richard Walton brings his smooth jazz combo to Columbia lakefront

    Richard Walton brings his smooth jazz combo to Columbia lakefront
    Among the changes guitarist/bassist Richard Walton has seen over the decades he's been involved in the area music scene, some of the more recent ones have taken wind from his sails. When WTMD, the Towson University station, changed its format from...
  • Design released for new Relay and Westowne Elementary schools

    Design released for new Relay and Westowne Elementary schools
    Construction of two new southwest Baltimore County elementary schools at the sites of Relay Elementary and Westowne Elementary will soon be underway. A schematic design timeline was released by Baltimore County Public Schools on June 30, following a...
  • Longtime Catonsville residents question county's solution to overcrowding

    Longtime Catonsville residents question county's solution to overcrowding
    While a Baltimore County solution is in the works to address overcrowded elementary schools in the southwest area, some Catonsville residents say the solution fails to address future overcrowding in local middle schools and high schools. "Yes, we have a...
  • U.S. food aid still needed around the world [Commentary]

    U.S. food aid still needed around the world [Commentary]
    Sharing the bounty of America's farms is a lifesaving tradition almost as old at the Republic itself. In 1812, President James Madison sent emergency aid to earthquake victims in Venezuela. President Herbert Hoover started a large feeding program in...
  • Mizeur's loss not an end to campaign finance reform [Letter]

    Mizeur's loss not an end to campaign finance reform [Letter]
    Perry Wheeler's letter, "Heather will be back" (July 5), resonated with me. I also supported Del. Heather Mizeur as a way to combat the power of corporate money in politics. I hope she will be back, but we are still here. Although many folks have given...
  • Region's movie theaters staging a comeback

    Region's movie theaters staging a comeback
    With today's opening of a 15-screen Cinemark theater in Towson, Baltimore and its immediate area — that is, within the Beltway — is home to nearly 60 movie screens. And 20 of those are in the city itself. That's not bad when one considers...