The former Halethorpe Colored School has sat on Northeast Avenue for nearly a century. Now rented out for private parties, the Halethorpe Civic League seeks to have it designated as a historic structure with the hope of setting up a museum on Black Baltimore County history there.
The Catonsville Women’s Giving Circle, celebrating a decade of service, disbursed over $24,000 in charitable grants to 21 local organizations in the greater Catonsville area during its grant cycle this year.
An Anne Arundel County judge earlier this month sentenced a Jessup man to 13 years in prison for negligent manslaughter after his drunk driving led to a head-on collision in March, which killed the passenger of the oncoming vehicle.
Some Catonsville area business and homeowners, as well as public structures, are still recovering from the historic flooding that hit in May 2018. This updates where things stand, including with governmental resources.
Louise H. Hole, retired principal of Ridge Ruxton School who considered working with special needs students a highlight of her life, died of smoke inhalation from a Dec. 29 fire that destroyed her Catonsville home. She was 93.