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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
Nonprofits have wish lists for using old Catonsville school

As area nonprofits have expressed interest in occupying space in the former Catonsville Elementary School building on Frederick Road, Baltimore County Public Schools intends to keep the building and use it daily. The school system is still assessing how it will use the 57,692-square foot building, but it could be updated for office space or other needs, said Mychael Dickerson, a spokesman.

From craft brewpubs to small batches at home, beer is blooming in Catonsville area

Kevin Taylor poses for a photo next to his brewing set-up, which he calls his brew rig, outside of his garage at his home in Catonsville, MD on Tuesday, February 14, 2017. Kevin Taylor poses for a photo next to his brewing set-up, which he calls his brew rig, outside of his garage at his home in Catonsville, MD on Tuesday, February 14, 2017.

College fair returns to CCBC Catonsville, Essex

Students and their families fill CCBC Catonsville's Jack Manley Wellness and Athletics Center last year for the annual college fair sponsored by CCBC and Baltimore County Public Schools. Students and their families fill CCBC Catonsville's Jack Manley Wellness and Athletics Center last year for the annual college fair sponsored by CCBC and Baltimore County Public Schools.

Neighbors get a taste of plans for Relay brewery, hiring

Dwayne Kratt, senior director of government affairs for Diageo, discusses plans for the company's Guinness brewery and tourist attraction at Arbutus Town Hall Thursday, Feb. 16. Dwayne Kratt, senior director of government affairs for Diageo, discusses plans for the company's Guinness brewery and tourist attraction at Arbutus Town Hall Thursday, Feb. 16. As many as 300,000 people a year could visit a proposed Guinness brewery and taproom in Relay and a company executive said Thursday night that nearby businesses will be promoted, not hindered.

One week after fire, Catonsville florist up and running for Valentine's Day

Blue Iris Flowers owner Allison Glascock stands in her temporary storefront at the former Riedel's Flowers in Arbutus, days after her Catonsville business was damaged in a fire. Blue Iris Flowers owner Allison Glascock stands in her temporary storefront at the former Riedel's Flowers in Arbutus, days after her Catonsville business was damaged in a fire.

UMBC plans alternatives to reduce need for campus parking

As major construction projects at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County , campus progress, one thing that won't be increasing is the amount of parking. University officials, when planning an $85 million, 5,000-seat event center, made the decision about five years ago to rely on the existing parking and transit services to accommodate visitors, said Joe Regier, executive director of transit for the university.

Creative dishes and charming ambiance at Catonsville's Black Kettle

Step into Black Kettle in Catonsville, and you feel like you've been transported to a quaint European bistro. Mirrors are fashioned like windows with flowers boxes, tiny lights are strung across the ceiling, lanterns hang on the walls and murals create Old World ambience.

Children accused of crimes are still children

Baltimore County Battalion Chief Blaine Kurrle, on the early morning fire at Blue Iris Flowers shop in Catonsville. Baltimore County Battalion Chief Blaine Kurrle, on the early morning fire at Blue Iris Flowers shop in Catonsville.

Baltimore Co. Set To Establish Charter Review Group

In November, Baltimore County voters approved the creation of a decennial charter review commission. County Council Chairman Tom Quirk announced Monday the body will take up a resolution to put it in motion.

Baltimore County fire crews respond to Catonsville flower shop fire

Baltimore County fire crews were on the scene of a two-alarm blaze early Monday at a Catonsville flower shop. Baltimore County Battalion Chief Blaine Kurrle said the fire appears to have started in the basement of Blue Iris Flowers and traveled up the exterior walls into the upper floors.

Crews Battle Two-Alarm Fire At Catonsville Florist

Officials said the fire was reported at 5:41 a.m. at Blue Iris Flowers at 809 Frederick Road. The business has served Catonsville and the surrounding areas since 1967, according to its website.

Friends, family, strangers pay respects to six Malone children who died in Northeast Baltimore fire

As Bill Malone greeted friends, family and total strangers paying their respects this weekend following the fire that killed six of his nine children last month, he found himself repeatedly going back to the same word: "overwhelmed." The Jan. 12 blaze that collapsed their Northeast Baltimore home was among the deadliest in recent history, rocking the city and drawing hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations and an international outpouring of condolences that included both presidents Obama and Trump.

Catonsville Woman, 83, Found Dead In Kitchen Fire

An 83-year-old woman died following a small kitchen fire in her Catonsville home early Friday, Baltimore County fire officials say. Theresa Catherine Skurkey of the 6100 block of Regent Park Road was found by county fire crews at 1:31 a.m., after they responded to a report of a smell of smoke.

Baltimore Bagels Goes Bottoms Up! New bagel pop-up has Jewish roots

Joan Kanner and Michelle Bond on the seventh day of their first multi-day pop up on Cross Street in Federal Hill, February 2016. Although Joan Kanner grew up under the veil of 12 years of Catholic school, she still lays a claim to her own "Jewy center," as she put it.

Mother, police appeal for help in finding missing Catonsville teen

Baltimore County Police are stepping up efforts to find a 15-year-old girl who went missing from her Catonsville home nearly a week ago. Michelle Simmons, a freshman at Catonsville High School, was last seen at 6:30 p.m. Friday at her Tanglewood Road house, according to police.

Missing teen's mom: "It's our worst nightmare"

"It's our worst nightmare," Simmons said. "I never thought I 'd see a missing child poster with my child on it.

Teachers weaving today's news into Black History Month lessons

When Courtney Fleming teaches U.S. History, a course that covers events since the end of the Civil War, she challenges her high school students to make connections to today's news. In classes where the treatment of immigrants in the 1920s and lynching of black men in the South are broached, students are able to examine parallels to recent cases of anti-immigrant fervor and police brutality, she said.

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