A group of Catonsville restaurateurs are bringing back the Taste of Catonsville, which ended in 2017 after running 20 consecutive years, this time to raise funds for the Catonsville-based nonprofit League of Dreams Thursday, Feb. 27.
Around 20 volunteers at the Catonsville library branch handmade blankets during Make a Blanket Day Saturday, to be delivered to kids at 20 local hospitals, family crisis centers and other facilities through Project Linus.
The owners of Faidley’s Seafood in Baltimore's Lexington Market officially bought the former Plymouth Wallpaper building on Frederick Road last week, aiming to open the new the new restaurant, brewery and event space in spring 2021.
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.