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  • Yoga working out for seniors at Catonsville Senior Center

    Yoga working out for seniors at Catonsville Senior Center
    For 82-year-old Catonsville resident Laura Christian, taking a yoga class at the Catonsville Senior Center for the past three years with her daughter, Jeanne Hall, 62, has been more than just a way to relieve stress. "It's relaxing, and it keeps me...
  • Eat chili for a good cause at annual cook-off [Ellicott City]

    Help the homeless in Howard County by eating chili at the fourth annual Hotter Than Thou chili cook-off Sunday, March 9, from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m., at the Church of the Resurrection in Ellicott City.  Sponsored by the Bridges to Housing Stability...
  • Does Ehrlich have any ideas? [Letter]

    Does Ehrlich have any ideas? [Letter]
    Once again, former Governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. offers a laundry list of Republican complaints about President Barack Obama in his Sunday column ("Obama doesn't scratch the Itch," March 2). Why The Sun continues to encourage this unimaginative...
  • Girls lacrosse preseason poll

    Girls lacrosse preseason poll
    1. McDonogh Coach: Chris Robinson Last season: 22-0, No. 1 Postseason: Interschoalstic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference champion Outlook: The Eagles finished last season ranked No. 1 nationally for the fourth-straight time and every...
  • Eight aging trees to be removed from Catonsville church property

    Eight aging trees to be removed from Catonsville church property
    If you see trees being cut down along Melvin Avenue at Frederick Road this week, don't be alarmed. The aging trees are being replaced by young healthy trees as part of a beautification project initiated by the Catonsville United Methodist Church....
  • Policemen injured during demonstration to integrate Oella rink in 1964

    An article in the March 19, 1964 edition of the Herald Argus and Baltimore Countian reported on a demonstration that led to violence. Three police officers were injured in a demonstration by approximately one hundred integrationists at Vernon's Rolling...
  • Project could bring new restaurant and retail business to Arbutus

    Project could bring new restaurant and retail business to Arbutus
    One of the main gateways into Arbutus is expected to undergo a major change if a project by Catonsville developer Steve Whalen gets underway. The project, Arbutus Station, will bring two commercial buildings near the intersection of Sulphur Spring...
  • New funeral home follows tradition for Catonsville native

    New funeral home follows tradition for Catonsville native
    Craig Witzke, the new owner of the white colonial at 1835 Frederick Rd. that once housed the Candle Light Inn Restaurant, said he kept "Candle Light" in the name of his new funeral home to pay homage to the building's history. The two-story building has...
  • St. Paddy's storm brings snow to Baltimore County

    St. Paddy's storm brings snow to Baltimore County
    With just a few days until the first official day of Spring, a winter storm brought another sweeping of snow to the Mid-Atlantic region. The second snowstorm in March descended upon Baltimore County Sunday evening, and continued to fall into Monday...
  • Outdoor smoking ban in Baltimore County doesn't go far enough [Letter]

    It's my understanding that the Baltimore County Council, including Catonsville's own Tom Quirk, passed legislation making it a crime — punishable by a fine of up to $50 — to smoke a cigarette at outdoor playgrounds, tot lots, dog parks,...
  • Annapolis makes it onto the big screen in 'Better Living Through Chemistry'

    Annapolis makes it onto the big screen in 'Better Living Through Chemistry'
    Filmmakers David Posamentier and Geoff Moore knew Annapolis was the perfect place to make their movie when someone heaved a trash can through a plate-glass window — and no one made a peep. The someone was actor Sam Rockwell, who stars in "Better...
  • Police officer seriously wounded in East Baltimore shooting

    Police officer seriously wounded in East Baltimore shooting
    A Baltimore police officer remained in critical but stable condition Saturday morning after authorities said somebody approached his personal vehicle and opened fire Friday night, hitting him several times in the upper body and sending him to the Maryland...