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  • Seagram's owner must be held accountable [Letter]

    Seagram's owner must be held accountable [Letter]
    John Vontran says he bears no responsibility for the latest death in the abandoned Seagram's plant of which he is part owner ("Man falls to death in former Seagram's plant in Dundalk," Jan. 3). Sorry to tell Mr. Vontran this, but he does bear some of...
  • Baltimore Co. police investigating shooting

    Baltimore Co. police investigating shooting
    Baltimore County police are investigating a shooting they believe happened Friday in Dundalk. Gunshots and banging noises were reported near the 200 block of St. Helena Ave. around 4:40 p.m., but when police arrived they were unable to locate a victim...
  • Fluctuating temperatures are taking a toll on Baltimore's roads and pipes

    Fluctuating temperatures are taking a toll on Baltimore's roads and pipes
    Wildly fluctuating temperatures are taking a toll on Baltimore's roads — and travelers. As the Baltimore region thaws out with a balmy weekend, roads, pipes and other infrastructure weakened by this week's below-freezing temperatures are...
  • Patterson Mill wrestlers sweep Monday tri-meet

    Patterson Mill wrestlers sweep Monday tri-meet
    Fresh off of a solid weekend of wrestling at the Dundalk Duals, Patterson Mill continued to roll Monday in a tri-meet sweep at C. Milton Wright that included Harford Tech. The Huskies beat Tech, 54-22, and CMW, 42-32. Tech edged CMW, 38-36, in the...
  • Helicopter to fly at low altitudes over Baltimore for study

    Helicopter to fly at low altitudes over Baltimore for study
    Bye bye, blimp. Hello, helicopter. For the second time in recent months, Baltimore residents will see an unfamiliar aircraft flying above the city as part of surveying work by the federal government. Last time it was a blimp. This time a helicopter will...
  • Patapsco students in spotlight for Theater Scene Night, Jan. 7

    Patapsco students in spotlight for Theater Scene Night, Jan. 7
    Patapsco High School will host a Theater Scene Night at the school, 8100 Wise Ave., Dundalk, 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 7. Each grade level of theater students at Patapsco will perform “evidence of classroom activities” such as monologues,...
  • 2 dead bodies found in Baltimore County Tuesday

    2 dead bodies found in Baltimore County Tuesday
    Homicide detectives are investigating two separate instances of dead bodies being found in Baltimore County Tuesday, police said. The first was discovered behind Logan Elementary School in the 7600 block of Dunmanway in Dundalk around 7 a.m. Tuesday...
  • Bellows Spring inducts first-ever honor society

    Bellows Spring inducts first-ever honor society
    Nineteen Bellows Spring Elementary School students last week became pioneers in the Howard County Public School System, as they became the first in the county to belong to a chapter of the National Elementary Honor Society. The fourth- and fifth-graders...
  • 10 hospitalized after separate carbon monoxide leaks in Baltimore County

    10 hospitalized after separate carbon monoxide leaks in Baltimore County
    Ten people were taken to hospitals after carbon monoxide leaks in two Dundalk homes Thursday morning, Baltimore County fire officials said. Both carbon monoxide incidents are believed to be caused by malfunctioning furnaces, and neither home had carbon...
  • Aberdeen parents vent frustrations with bullying

    Aberdeen parents vent frustrations with bullying
    Faith Billings broke into tears Tuesday evening as the former Aberdeen High School student described how dealing with bullying during her middle and high school years, led her to drop out of high school and quit the sport she loved, softball. "Walking...
  • Changing family demographics shift holiday travel trends

    Changing family demographics shift holiday travel trends
    Connie Rhodes had an extra incentive to head to North Carolina from Dundalk this holiday season. Three of her grandchildren got married this year, and for their first Christmas with their spouses, "they wanted Grandma there," the 64-year-old said...
  • Avara's hair-styling school closes after 53 years

    Avara's hair-styling school closes after 53 years
    News of the closing of Simon "Cy" Avara's hair-styling academy — a Baltimore institution — arrives just as we enter the 50th anniversary of the start of the British Invasion of rock music. I make the connection because the British Invasion was...