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.
The Free State Theatre Organ Society has been based in Catonsville for 40 years, and the group is currently restoring and installing a pipe organ that’s in the Rice Auditorium at Spring Grove Hospital Center.
Democratic candidates for Baltimore’s vacant 7th Congressional District seat sought to separate themselves from a crowded field during a debate in which criminal justice played a leading role — and provoked one of the evening’s rare disagreements.
The bwtech@UMBC ibegan with 8,000 square feet of trailers in 1989 and has expanded to 525,000 square feet of space — including a North and South part of the park — that is home to approximately 130-plus tenants, as of 2018, including start-ups and ongoing concerns.
Baltimore County teachers and other residents spoke out about Superintendent Darryl L. Williams' proposed $1.72 billion operating budget Tuesday night, largely agreeing it was a step in the right direction but still not enough.
Catonsville's Kim Lamphier, who died last year of cancer, lobbied for several bills in Annapolis, even when she was sick. Bicycling legislation was enacted and more is on the table this General Assembly session.
The legislators from the southwestern part of Baltimore County are gearing up for the Jan. 8 start of the 2020 General Assembly session in Annapolis, with a replacement Lansdowne High School as a top priority.
The family-owned Rooster + Hen market, which offered fresh organic produce, cooking classes and live music from its Catonsville spot since 2016, has reopened doors at its new location at Federal Hill's Cross Street Market.