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Catonsville is located in northern Maryland, just east of Baltimore. It was originally inhabited by the Piscataway Native American tribe, who established villages between the Potomac River and the Chesapeake Bay. Notable residents of Catonsville have included actor David Hasselhoff (Baywatch), assassin of President Abraham Lincoln John Wilkes Booth, musician Frank Zappa, and keyboardist Greg Hawkes and lead singer Ric Ocasek both of the band The Cars.

Population: 39820
Local Newspapers: The Daily Record East Baltimore Guide
Local Sports Teams: Bays Baltimore Tribe Baltimore Blast Baltimore Bayhawks Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Ravens
Local Colleges: University of Maryland—Baltimore County

Zip Codes associated with catonsville, maryland: 21228 21229
Towns/Cities near catonsville, maryland : Arbutus Oelia Halethorpe Carroll Woodlawn

Catonsville News
A history of the community of Emory Grove

Folks in Emory Grove take part in religious services in the Tabernacle in July of 1980. For Ann Weller Dahl, memories of Emory Grove stretch way back like the sun dappled shadows on a summer's day that fall from ancient stands of maples, poplars, oaks and pines across 55 acres of what was originally established as a Methodist summer camp meeting in the 19th century.

In Baltimore County crab houses, business steams on

Paul Koluch stands in a muddy, 24-foot skiff miles off the dock of his Sparrow's Point home for six hours every day while he tosses crate-like crab pots into the Patapsco River. Every few minutes, he reels one in and shakes a couple crabs into a wet bin.

Video from Catonsville pharmacy robbery released, police seek clues

Baltimore County Police are searching for three suspects who allegedly robbed the Rehya Pharmacy on Frederick Road in Catonsville on June 20. Baltimore County Police are searching for three suspects who allegedly robbed the Rehya Pharmacy on Frederick Road in Catonsville on June 20. Baltimore County Police have released video taken by surveillance cameras at a Catonsville drug store that was robbed last month in an effort to get clues about the suspects. Surveillance footage of the June 20 afternoon robbery at Rehya Pharmacy shows three suspects leaving the store with a plastic bag that police said contained pharmaceuticals.

School system offers free meals at local schools and libraries this summer

Baltimore County Public Schools will begin serving free breakfast and lunch Wednesday at 44 schools - including six in the Catonsville and Arbutus areas - to children who might rely on similar services during the school year. Ten county branch libraries have been providing free lunch since June 19 and will offer meals until Aug. 25, while participating schools will serve breakfast and lunch from July 5 to July 28 as part of the Summer Food Service Program.

Baltimore teachers get lessons in Chesapeake Bay's challenges, recovery

As the group of 15 teachers paddled their canoes into the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River, their leader pointed out a tern ahead - stirring a moment of confusion. Not a left turn or a right turn, explained Jocelyn Tuttle, who leads Baltimore harbor education programs for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.

Fourth of July chairs throughout the years in Catonsville

A public bus cruises west past a line of empty chairs, set there to reserve space on Frederick Av Mon., July 1, 2002 in preparation for the annual Independance Day Parade scheduled days later. Some residents say the placement of chairs is an annual tradition while others complain that holding space by using chairs and blankets has gotten out of hand.

Catonsville girl earns personal best in a muddy national rodeo competition

Charlize Stair, of Catonsville, puts boots on her horse Reggie as they prepared for a practice in Catonsville on June 14. Charlize Stair, of Catonsville, puts boots on her horse Reggie as they prepared for a practice in Catonsville on June 14. It was Charlize Stair's first time in a national rodeo competition, and the 12-year-old from Catonsville was covered in mud. The site of the National Junior High Finals Rodeo in Lebanon, Tenn., was hit by Tropical Storm Cindy last week, meaning it poured during the competition and Charlize's horse, Reggie, toppled onto his side during her second barrel racing event.

Police Seek Missing Catonsville Man

Baltimore County police say Kurt Block, 63, left his home in the 1400 block of Pleasant Valley Drive on Saturday morning for his usual walk to Walmart at 6205 Baltimore National Pike, but never returned. Police say he's about six feet one inch tall and 200 pounds, with brown eyes and grey hair, with a full beard and mustache.

Catonsville woman heading to the Philippines with Peace Corps to help at-risk youths

Before Caroline Dye graduated from Towson University in 2014, she started filling out her application to volunteer in the Peace Corps. But it wasn't the right moment - a two-year commitment to live in another country was a big one, and the timing had to be perfect.

Suspects Arrested In Boardwalk Ice Cream Store Burglary

Two men were arrested last week after video surveillance footage connected them to the burglary of a Boardwalk ice cream parlor. On June 15, Ocean City Police Department officers responded to the area of 12th Street and the Boardwalk for a reported burglary of an ice cream shop.

Curtain falls on manager's 46-year career at a Catonsville music shop

When Jim Mays started working at Bill's Music in 1965, it was a tiny shop on Mellor Avenue occupying no more than 400 square feet. It had maybe four other employees.

Staging Catonsville's July 4th festivities takes a corps of dedicated volunteers

Catonsville's Fourth of July Committee visits some of the chairs lining Frederick Road. From left, Steve Head, fireworks organizer, Tim Small, general chairman Brian Lewis, Linda Lewis, Rose Edwards, Shannon Harbison and longtime volunteer George Abendschoen.

Motorcyclist dies in crash in Baltimore County

A motorcyclist died in a crash on the Interstate 95 north ramp to the inner loop of the beltway in Baltimore County Sunday morning, State Police said. Benjamin Lovell Brabham, 30, of Catonsville was driving a 2007 Honda Sport Bike north on the ramp when he lost control of the bike and fell off about 7:30 a.m., police said.

Jernigan Capital Co-Invests $10.8M in Baltimore Self-Storage Project

Jernigan Capital Inc., a merchant bank and advisory firm serving the self-storage industry, has committed $10.8 million toward a proposed 83,450-square-foot self-storage facility in Baltimore. The multi-story, climate-controlled facility will comprise 993 units.

Baltimore schools should look for students in an unlikely place: the suburbs

The Baltimore Schools for Baltimore Students: Bringing Back Baltimore One Child at a Time campaign is an effort to retain students and recruit new students. The Baltimore Schools for Baltimore Students: Bringing Back Baltimore One Child at a Time campaign is an effort to retain students and recruit new students.

Small businesses prepare for bottom-line changes with new minimum wage

Bashir Shams, the owner of a ZIPS Dry Cleaners franchise in Catonsville, said the July 1 minimum wage increase will make him more conscious of the hours minimum wage employees work. Bashir Shams, the owner of a ZIPS Dry Cleaners franchise in Catonsville, said the July 1 minimum wage increase will make him more conscious of the hours minimum wage employees work.

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