Students at Dulaney High School, Ridgely Middle School, Pot Spring Elementary school and several area schools wrapped up spring with science and environmental programs.
Cockeysville Middle School principal named Baltimore County School Counselor Advocate of the Year | COLUMN
Cockeysville Middle School Principal Adam Carney has been named the 2022-23 School Counselor Advocate of the Year by the Baltimore County Association for Counseling and Development.
Towsontown Spring Festival celebrates 54 years
The Towsontown Spring Festival celebrated 54 years as families and friends flocked together May 5-6 to enjoy the festival’s golden decade.
Unionizing public colleges will only make them more liberal | READER COMMENTARY
The last thing the nation's public institutions of higher learning need is to be made even more anti-conservative than they already are.
Barry Walter Moore, chair of Towson University department of electronic media and film, dies
Barry Walter Moore, a retired Towson University professor, died April 26. The Towson and Loch Raven Village resident was 76.
Dulaney Key Club wins district awards; Sherwood Church hosts Earth (Sun)Day | COLUMN
The Dulaney High School Key Club won several district awards recently; while Sherwood Episcopal Church held Earth (Sun)Day with the Beaverdam Green Team, a new consortium of local churches.
Man killed while crossing East Joppa Road in Towson, Baltimore County Police say
A 53-year-old man was struck and killed by a vehicle early Sunday, Baltimore County Police said.
Towsontown Spring Festival 2023 | PHOTOS
Towson's annual spring festival Saturday May 6, 2023.
Baltimore native Dr. Darryl Carter, surgical pathologist at Johns Hopkins, dies
Dr. Darryl Carter, a retired surgical pathologist at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, died April 21 at his Timonium home. He was 87.
Baltimore County looks to duplicate its free Towson Loop bus service in Catonsville and elsewhere
Baltimore County is looking to duplicate a successful free bus program.
Baltimore native Timothy W. Fosbrink, funeral director and owner of Fosbrink-Johnson Funeral Home, dies
Timothy W. Fosbrink, a longtime Baltimore area funeral director, died Friday at the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center in Glen Burnie. He was 70.
Loyola Blakefield students hold prom for local senior citizens
Students in the eighth grade at Loyola Blakefield School in Towson hosted a prom for area senior citizens, including those with memory loss.
Catonsville boys lacrosse scores seven straight goals to rally for 12-10 victory over Dulaney
Catonsville boys lacrosse scored seven straight goals in the fourth quarter to stun visiting Dulaney, 12-10, on Wednesday night.
Catonsville vs. Dulaney boys lacrosse | PHOTOS
Browse photos of the boys lacrosse game between Catonsville and Dulaney on Wednesday, April 26, 2023.
Sheppard Pratt redesigns admissions, psychiatric urgent care areas at Towson campus
Sheppard Pratt cuts ribbon on redesigned Admissions, Psychiatric Urgent Care and main entrance lobby areas at its Towson hospital campus.
Supporting local student athletes through sponsorships | COLUMN
BagelWorks Hunt Valley supports local collegiate athletes through its NIL athlete sponsorship program; several Dulaney High School students have committed to play collegiate sports.
Catonsville softball drops Carver A&T, 5-1, in rematch of Baltimore County championship game
Sam Rickwalder goes 3-for-3 and Abby Mitchell pitches a complete game with 14 strikeouts in Catonsville softball's 5-1 victory over Carver.
Adam Decker’s complete game, timely defense lift Towson baseball to 3-1 win over No. 13 Dulaney
Towson left-hander Adam Decker threw a complete game, allowing one run on five hits with six strikeouts and three walks while his defense behind him turned three timely double plays in a 3-1 win over No. 13 Dulaney.
As funeral industry evolves, efforts to legalize new burial practices in Maryland stall
While there is increased interest in alternative death rites nationally, some states like Maryland have yet to legalize practices like natural organic reduction or accept living funerals more widely.
State Highway Administration begins pavement improvements on Towson-area roads
State Highway Administration will begin projects April 16 to improve the pavement and ride quality along sections of Loch Raven Boulevard and North Charles Street in the Towson area.
Despite concussion and father’s death, Hereford senior Baylor Davis’ passion for lacrosse never wavered
During his athletic career, Hereford senior Baylor Davis has dealt with his father's death and a pair of concussions. He remains passionate about the game of lacrosse, which has helped him find a path forward.
Dulaney and Carver students win local and national awards in creative arts | COLUMN
Students from Dulaney High School in Timonium and the Carver Center in Towson won several national awards in the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers' Scholastic Art & Writing Awards program.
Michael Desmond Quinn, mortgage banker and founder of real estate company Wye Group, dies
Michael Desmond Quinn, a banker who founded the Wye Group, a mortgage firm, died of heart disease at his Towson home. He was 86.
Crime in downtown Towson rebounded last year after pandemic decline, police data shows
New data from the Baltimore County Police Department shows crime in downtown Towson went up slightly last year after decreasing during the first two years of the pandemic.
Donald J. Payne, college basketball player who briefly went pro before becoming a corporate executive, dies
Donald J. Payne, a college basketball star who later became a corporate executive, died March 2. The Lutherville resident was 90.
Public defender asks Baltimore County delegation to help transfer youth inmates from Towson jail
The Maryland Public Defender called on state lawmakers to help end the practice of putting children in the county’s adult jail in Towson.
Howard Fong, co-owner of Carl’s Intercoiffure salon in Cross Keys and award-winning gardener, dies
Howard Fong, the former co-owner of the venerable Carl’s Intercoiffure in Cross Keys, died March 17. The former Towson resident was 93.
Dulaney baseball blanks Catonsville, 11-0, in five innings with Matt Dow leading on the mound, at the plate
Dulaney baseball blanks Catonsville for fourth straight victory, as Matt Dow goes 4-for-4 at the plate, while also tossing a shutout.
Jeanne McGuire, second-generation Baltimore County elementary school teacher, dies
Jeanne McGuire — a Baltimore County elementary school teacher and administrator — died March 12. She was 80.
Nate Wess scores twice in the fourth quarter as Catonsville boys lacrosse rallies past Towson, 5-4
Faceoff specialist Nate Wess turned into a lethal scorer with two clutch fourth-quarter goals as Catonsville boys lacrosse won a defensive battle against Towson.
Dulaney performs ‘Footloose’ - with a twist - and represents in all-star basketball game | COLUMN
The Dulaney High School's performance of "Footloose" featured a female lead. Also, four players from the Dulaney boys' and girls' basketball teams played in the city v. county all-star game.