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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
On a four block stretch in Catonsville, salons make the cut

For a long time, what she had - freedom, a great job and a steady clientele at a salon in Locust Point - was "good enough," she said. Then came the day in August, when Hancock, a 30-year-old who lives one block away from Catonsville in Baltimore City, was contemplating how her career would evolve, realizing she didn't want to work for somebody else forever.

Dance resignation leaves his school initiatives in question

Baltimore County School Superintendent Dallas Dance's tenure has been marked by fast-paced change. These are his most popular initiatives, ones that teachers, parents and lawmakers say they would like to see continued under the next superintendent.

Contest seeks Baltimore County senior writers to share their stories

Charlotte Eliopoulos with a picture of her father at her Glen Arm home. She won the essay portion of the 2016 Silver Pen Creative Writing Contest for "A Surprising Love," an essay on the changes in the relationship between herself, her mother and her aging father.

Part of Catonsville trail to close for repairs

A portion of the Number Nine Trolley Trail in Catonsville is expected to close May 1 for repairs, due to flooding. A portion of the Number Nine Trolley Trail in Catonsville is expected to close May 1 for repairs, due to flooding.

'Walk a mile' event at GBMC seeks to raise awareness of...

Dr. Fred Chan, 2017 event chairman, participates in the 1st annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes one-mile awareness walk at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center campus in 2016. This year's walk will be April 22. Dr. Fred Chan, 2017 event chairman, participates in the 1st annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes one-mile awareness walk at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center campus in 2016.

Video studios, becoming commonplace in schools, provide students many opportunities

As "You Make Me Feel..." by Cobra Starship blasted through the Lansdowne High School speakers near the end of first period, students in Brandon Nicklas's televideo production class were starting to hustle. Since Nicklas joined the school in 2005, students have presented the morning announcements at the end of first period from Lansdowne's television studio.

Suspect In Pregnant Woman's Death Found Dead In Catonsville

Baltimore city and county police say the suspect wanted in the fatal Sunday afternoon shooting of a pregnant woman in Baltimore was found dead in Catonsville. in the 4800 block of Claybury Avenue.

Kamenetz set to unveil Baltimore County budget plan Thursday

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz will continue a two-decades-long streak of no property and income tax rate increases when he delivers his proposed budget Thursday morning. Kamenetz will lay out his spending plan for the Baltimore region's largest jurisdiction during his "state of the county" speech before the County Council.

'It's a terrifying thing to go to bed safe and wake up to...

Brett Ferguson and his 9-year-old daughter, Ashley, were getting ready to go to softball practice Saturday morning when she noticed a suspicious odor. When she asked her father about it, he opened the basement door in their Catonsville house, where they have lived for 10 years, and he encountered what he described as the "thickest darkest cloud of smoke you've ever seen."

British gamer 'called police to innocent man's home where...

A British gamer allegedly called a terrorist hotline about a rival who was then shot in the face by US police. McDaid, 21, is accused of pretending to be a man called Tyran Dobbs who said he wanted $15,000 brought to his home address or he would start executing the hostages, Coventry Telegraph reports.

Gamers indicted over 'trans-Atlantic hoax hostage call'

Pictured: The internal medicine specialist father-of-five who was beaten and dragged off an overbooked United flight as CEO pens 'tone deaf' email DEFENDING staff BREAKING NEWS: Trump warns 'North Korea is looking for trouble' and if China 'does not decide to help we will solve the problem without them' 'A strange occurrence': Scare for Trump on Air Force One as US military plane comes frighteningly close as the President was about to land in Maryland Countdown to catastrophe: It's a nightmare scenario.

Baltimore County arents who teach their own children give home-schooling high marks

The Winstead family, from left, Pete, Anna, 8, Benjamin, 15, Jenni and Caroline, 12, at their home in Catonsville. The children have been home schooled.

After suffering a fall, Arbutus priest gets uplifting support from his congregation

When the Rev. Conan Timoney had an elevator installed at Patronage of the Mother of God Church in Arbutus 24 years ago, he wasn't thinking about using it himself.

Rescuers saluted for 'extraordinary intelligence and bravery'

Baltimore County EMT Michael Morris Jr., left, received a Bronze Star from the Baltimore County Fire Department Thursday, March 23. He is standing with his father, Michael Morris Sr. Baltimore County EMT Michael Morris Jr., left, received a Bronze Star from the Baltimore County Fire Department Thursday, March 23. He is standing with his father, Michael Morris Sr. Michael Morris says when he sees people standing outside a disabled vehicle along the highway, it's usually a sign that they're OK. On the night of Aug. 9, however, something told him he should stop after he saw a woman and two children near their disabled vehicle along the Baltimore Beltway.

Baltimore County officials say enforcement, education have greatly reduced tobacco sales to minors

A few years ago, more than half of Baltimore County retailers were failing compliance checks in sting operations that tested whether stores sold tobacco to minors. Today, roughly 99 percent of stores are passing the checks, according to County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and county Department of Health and Human Services Director Dr. Gregory Wm.

Cleaning businesses blossom with spring's arrival

As people open their windows to enjoy spring, they also tend to open up their wallets. March and April are the busiest months of the year for cleaning service company Jenny's Quality Cleaning and MaidPro.

Instacart expands grocery delivery service in Baltimore area

Instacart, a grocery delivery service, is expanding in the Baltimore area and plans to hire 150 people on a contract basis. The service, which provides personal shopping and home delivery in as little as one hour, launched in select Baltimore neighborhoods, including Federal Hill, Locust Point, Fells Point, Canton, the Inner Harbor and elsewhere downtown, last April.

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