Month: July 2023

Dundalk Obituaries School

Dundalk Middle School Principal Passes Away

-photo courtesy of Facebook- Sad news out of Dundalk as Baltimore County Public Schools announced Dundalk Middle School principal Natalie Adams has passed away. She was 55. In a letter to Dundalk Middle School families. it was revealed that Ms. Adams was hospitalized for a week after a medical emergency. She started in the BCPS […]

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911 White Marsh

Motorcycle Crash Reported Near White Marsh Park and Ride

A motor vehicle crash with a motorcycle was reported on Sunday night in White Marsh According to the report, a vehicle crash into a motorcycle near the yield turning into the Park and Ride by White Marsh Mall. Crews on the scene were rendering aid. There was also a report of smoke coming from motorcycle. […]

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911 Middle River Police

Middle River Shooting Reported on Saturday Night

Officers responded to the 500 block of Middle River Road in Middle River, for a reported shooting on Saturday, July 29 around 9:30 p.m. When officers arrived on scene, they located a male suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The victim was transported to an area hospital. As detectives continue to investigate this incident, they […]

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Dundalk School

Two BCPS Job Fairs to be Held Next Week

Baltimore County Public Schools, the nation’s 22nd largest school system and the third largest in Maryland, is hosting two job fairs next week in to recruit teachers for various positions in schools across the county. The first job fair will be held on Tuesday, August 1, from 2 to 4 p.m. Arbutus Middle School, 5525 […]

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Dundalk Events Sports

Kid’s Baseball Summer Camp With Police in Dundalk

Baltimore County Police Department Dundalk’s Precinct hosts Cops and Kids Baseball for ages 6 to 13 at Merritt Point Park. The free baseball clinic will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., July 31 to Aug. 4.  Lunch will be provided. Youth will have an opportunity to connect with our members and practice the […]

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911 Fullerton

Third Person Arrested in Fullerton Teen Homicide from April

Baltimore County Police reported 18-year-old Bryson Butterfly is the third suspect arrested and charged in connection to the April 23 homicide of 17-year-old Elias Cieslak. He was killed on Belair Road at Rossville Boulevard in Fullerton on Sunday, April 23 at 9:45 p.m. On July 13, a 17-year-old juvenile suspect and 32-year-old David D. Lofton […]

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Dundalk Politics Sparrows Point

We Will Fight to Keep Red Line Out of Dundalk/Sparrows Point

The following article was submitted by District 6 Delegate Bob Long about the Red Line and concerns if it expands into eastern Baltimore County. Governor Wes Moore announced that he is restarting the Red Line project that would run from east to west Baltimore.  We were fortunate that Governor Larry Hogan put the brakes on […]

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National Night Out Returns Aug. 1

The Baltimore County Police Department will participate in the 40th year of National Night Out on Tuesday, Aug. 1. This annual community-building event promotes police-community partnerships and allows neighbors and law enforcement members to come together. Some of the scheduled events include block parties, carnival games, school supply drives, educational seminars, and more! At the […]

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County Announces Baltimore Regional Water Governance Task Force

The Baltimore Regional Water Governance Task Force was established under state law to make recommendations to modernize the governance of the Baltimore region’s water and wastewater utilities to help ensure residents efficiently, equitably and sustainably receive high-quality services. Currently, residents of both Baltimore City and Baltimore County jurisdictions are served by water and wastewater systems under an […]

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“One Year Post-Roe: A New Generation”

–The following article was submitted by District 7 Delegates Lauren Arikan, Ryan Nawrocki and Kathy Szeliga about the overturning of Roe v. Wade, one year later.’ On June 24th, 2022, the United States Supreme Court reversed a fifty-year precedent, declaring that abortion is not protected under the US Constitution by overturning the decisions of Roe […]

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