Catonsville boys and girls cross country teams prepared for states despite injuries and illness at regional meet.
Towson's Kieran Mischke wins Class 3A North Region cross country championship as his Generals win the team title. Meanwhile, Dulaney captures the girls crown.
Westminster senior Brinley Tozer, who recently moved from defense to forward, scored three goals as the Owls cruised to a 4-0 victory over Catonsville in the Class 3A North Region II final.
Priscilla N. Beachley, a Baltimore City Public Schools teacher who loved life at the beach, died Oct. 9 at her Ocean City home. She was 82.
Towson boys, Hereford girls won Baltimore County team cross country titles with Towson's Kieran Mischke and Hereford's Sylvia Snider taking individual crowns.
Dulaney gets 17 kills from Falynn Jordan and 40 assists from Lucy Petrella in a four-set victory over Catonsville. The Lions are now winners of seven of their past eight matches.
Catonsville senior and the Comets' leading scorer Sydney Mah scores a pair of goals as Comets celebrate senior night with a 3-0 triumph over Atholton.
Rite Aid, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Sunday, will shutter six Baltimore-area drugstores in an initial round of closings as it works to reduce its footprint.
Jane Tunison Backstrom, a collector of Southern American folk art and an Equal Rights Amendment advocate, died Sept. 18 at the Charlestown Senior Living Community in Catonsville. She was 91.
A Catonsville technology executive whose super PAC was disavowed by Donald Trump’s campaign during the 2016 election season for offering a chance to win dinner with the candidate has been sentenced to a year of probation.
Kenwood senior quarterback Jayvon Fahie rushes for 104 yards and sparks a 22-20 comeback win over Catonsville.
Helen Baldy had a goal and assist and younger sister Jane adds 17 saves in Centennial's 2-1 friumph over Catonsville in field hockey.
Maryvale Prep volleyball sweeps Mount de Sales in battle of IAAM A Conference unbeatens.
A quest that began in October 2005 six months after the untimely death of a Western Tech lacrosse player will be completed at Saturday’s Baltimore Running Festival when Gina Woiak takes part in her 50th marathon in all 50 states.
Nora Coakley Reiter, a certified public accountant and onetime board president of Mount de Sales Academy in Catonsville, died Oct. 4 at her Catonsville home. She was 71.
Joseph A. “Alex” Doyle III, a manufacturing executive and proponent of vocational training, died Sept. 26 at HCA Florida Sarasota Doctors Hospital in Sarasota, Florida. He was 83.
Western Tech boys soccer improves to 8-0, the best start in school history, with a 2-0 victory over Pikesville.
Carver A&T volleyball breaks a five-match losing streak with a four-set win at Catonsville.
Catonsville rallies from surrendering an own-goal early in the match, to score a 2-1 victory over previously unbeaten Hereford.
Baltimore City officials are advising immunocompromised individuals, children and senior citizens to avoid drinking tap water across a large swath of its service area in the city, Baltimore County and a small part of Howard County due to parasitic contamination. Officials have detected low levels of a microscopic parasite called cryptosporidium in Baltimore’s drinking water reservoir at Druid Lake.
Catonsville field hockey has an offensive eruption in an 8-0 victory over Perry Hall, the Comets' second shutout over the Gators this season.
Catonsville builds a big lead and holds off Woodlawn for a 35-24 victory on homecoming.
Towson's Koto Davis scored late in regulation to force overtime, and sent home the winner shortly into the extra session Thursday against Catonsville.
Catonsville boys soccer builds a 3-0 lead and holds on for a 4-2 victory over Dulaney.
Catonsville goalie Ryan Graham made two straight clutch saves shortly before Tony Argueta scored the game-winning goal in 1-0 boys soccer victory over Laurel.
Perry Hall volleyball sweeps Catonsville behind aggressive serving and a big comeback in second set, in which the Gators had to fend off five set points for the Comets.
The Towson boys and Hereford girls capture team titles at the 40th Barnhart Invitational, with the Generals' Kieran Mischke winning the boys race and the Bulls placing two runners in the top three.
Catonsville junior Tyler Boyd goes over 1,000 yards rushing as Comets dominate Chesapeake, 48-0.
Resurfacing will take place in both directions of I-695 (Baltimore Beltway) between Wilkens Avenue and Southwestern Boulevard starting Sunday evening through November.
A Baltimore judge handed out sentences Thursday morning to two men involved in the killing of Jordan Taylor.