Victims of a prominent Orthodox rabbi and former Towson University who spied for years on women in a ritual bath in Washington, D.C., have reached a $14.25 million settlement with four Jewish organizations, the rabbi’s former synagogue announced Tuesday.
Ruth M. Conard, a pioneering professor of kinesiology at Towson University who was known as being a champion for her students, died Aug. 20 in her sleep at her Mercy Ridge retirement community home. She was 95.
Towson University swimmer Jack Saunderson swam a blazing time of 51.48 seconds in the 100-meter butterfly preliminaries July 27 at the Phillips 66 National Championships, where the 21-year-old beat favorites such as Michael Andrews and Caeleb Dressel.
The Baltimore Flute Choir — with most of the ensemble's members living in the Towson area or having attended Towson University — is heading to Orlando, Fla., for a performance at the National Flute Association convention.
The northernmost part of Baltimore County, District 3, has two Democrats and three Republicans to choose from in the June 26 primary. District 5, which encompasses Towson, has two candidates of each party.
Bolstered by a controversial public financing package, the developers of the Towson Row project plan to gather Thursday with Baltimore County officials to mark the planned revival of the long-stalled project.
Connell P. Byrne, a self-taught artist whose varied work could be found in the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History as well as in books, record album covers and murals he created for Cal Ripken and Brooks Robinson, died May 14 from cancer at his Towson home. He was 61.
Baltimore County Police said Tuesday evening they’ve confirmed the identities of two men who were found dead Monday in an apartment on Lambourne Road in Towson, but did not release any additional information about the killings.
Beverly Daniel Tatum, psychologist and author of the book “Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?” will speak at Towson University’s College of Liberal Arts commencement ceremony this year, the school announced Thursday.
Mike Dukes, in his first year at Pikesville, and Ulysses Hardy, in his third at Coppin Academy, led their school’s to their first region titles, and the second cousins are each one game away from making Saturday night’s state championship game at Towson University's SECU Arena.