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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
Can Arbutus be a college town? A class project spells out a vision for closer connections

The University of Maryland, Baltimore County, is in negotiations to lease a former hookah lounge on East Drive in Arbutus, which could be the future home of a student-run coffee shop and an Office of Community Affairs. The University of Maryland, Baltimore County, is in negotiations to lease a former hookah lounge on East Drive in Arbutus, which could be the future home of a student-run coffee shop and an Office of Community Affairs.

Rails to Trails to dedicate newest section of Catonsville's Short Line Trail

Catonsville Rails to Trails is set to host a dedication ceremony marking the completion of the Spring Grove section of the Short Line Trail on Memorial Day. The day starts with a bike ride along the trail and through Paradise, at 8:30 a.m., before a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. and a hike along the trail at 10:45 a.m. All the events are happening at the trail's Wade Avenue entrance, at Hickory and Locust streets.

Age doesn't slow Catonsville line dancing teacher, 80

After undergoing open heart surgery following a heart attack last year, doctors told Nancy Sullivan that line dancing saved her life. As her doctors explained, Sullivan said, line dancing helped her in two ways: the physical movements provided exercise and remembering each step helped mentally.

William C. Newman, auxiliary bishop for Archdiocese of Baltimore and...

William Clifford Newman, a Baltimore native who served for nearly 20 years as an auxiliary bishop in the Archdiocese of Baltimore, died Saturday in hospice care at the Mercy Ridge Retirement Community in Timonium, the archdiocese said. He was 88. Newman was auxiliary bishop for Baltimore, Harford and Anne Arundel counties from 1984 until his retirement in 2003.

Bike to Work Day shines light on two-wheel commutes, sharing the road safely

At 7 o'clock this morning, Ray Bahr began ringing the bell on his bicycle and announcing where he was about to go. Six bicyclists joined Bahr, a 50-year-old program manager for stormwater management at the Maryland Department of the Environment, in the driveway of the Catonsville fire station on Frederick Road, as they set off for a group ride.

Timeline: The Sister Catherine Cesnik case

We review the case of the 1969 slaying of Sister Catherine Ann Cesnik, a popular nun who taught at Archbishop Keough and Western high schools. Her killing has gone unsolved for nearly 50 years.

Baltimore County faces school crossing guard shortage

The county is authorized to have 273 part-time guards and there are 203 on board, said Officer Jen Peach, a police spokeswoman. The shortage does not place students in danger, but burdens the police department when crimes or auto crashes occur because officers assigned to monitor crosswalks are unable to respond, she said.

As anniversary arrives, song recounts the history of the Catonsville Nine

The R.J. Phillips Band recorded" "Catonsville Nine " to commemorate the events of May 17, 1968, when nine Catholic activists burned draft files at the Selective Service Office in Catonsville to protest the Vietnam War. Band members are, from left, Bill Pratt, Leslie Darr, Joe DeFilippo, Bill Phelan and Sue Tice.

Maryland fund awards $8.5 million for stem cell research

The Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission has awarded $8.5 million to 29 projects that will explore how human stem cells can regenerate heart tissue, treat muscular dystrophy and sickle cell disease, and aid diabetes management, among other medical conditions. The awards, made through the state-funded Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund, are intended to accelerate work by researchers and startup companies using human stem cells to advance medical treatments.

CCBC and UB partner to accelerate transfer process for students

The Community College of Baltimore County and University of Baltimore are introducing the new BeeLine program which will accelerate the transfer process as well as facilitate faster completion of UB undergraduate programs for CCBC students. CCBC President Sandra Kurtinitis and UB President Kurt L. Schmoke signed the new program's formal agreement during a special ceremony on May 10 at CCBC Catonsville.

Cops probe whether man used comic conventions to lure teens

This booking photo, provided by Salt Lake County, Utah, shows Derrick La Marr Jones, 35, of Catonsville, Md., who was arrested in Loudoun County, Va. for using social media to meet underage girls for sexual activity.

Maryland man charged with soliciting a minor; Loudoun Sheriffa s Office in search of other victims

Detectives with the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office Special Victims Unit and the Salt Lake City Sheriff's Office have arrested Derrick La Marr Jones, 35, of Catonsville, Maryland, for two counts of illegal use of a communication system to solicit with lascivious intent a minor between the age of 15 and 18. On March 7, the LCSO received a report ... (more)

Convicted murderer could get actual-innocence hearing, Md. high court says

A man convicted nearly 25 years ago in the felony murder of two people in a Catonsville barbershop will likely get another chance to argue his innocence after a prosecution witness stated he had given false testimony. In a unanimous decision, Maryland's top court last week cleared the way for Jeffrey D. Ebb Sr. to petition ... Complete access to news articles on this website is available to Daily Record subscribers who are logged in.

Five area men's lacrosse players make first cut for Tewaaraton Award

The pool of men's lacrosse candidates for the Tewaaraton Award was narrowed to 25 on Friday, and five players from area schools are on the list. No. 5 Maryland is represented by two players in senior attackmen Matt Rambo and Colin Heacock , a Catonsville resident and Boys' Latin graduate.

Growing Hare Krishna congregation to open $3.6 million temple in Baltimore County

The just-completed Hare Krishna temple in Catsonville is set to open during three days of ceremonies this weekend. The just-completed Hare Krishna temple in Catsonville is set to open during three days of ceremonies this weekend.

Student calls 911 with apple watch after crash

CATONSVILLE, Md. - "She kept going, and then I heard a crunch, and I was like ugh, now my car's going to be in the shop for like two weeks this sucks.

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.

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