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Dundalk is located in northern Maryland. The land that now makes up present-day Dundalk was originally inhabited by the Susquehanna Native American tribe. It was first explored by the famous John Smith in 1608 during an expedition in the Chesapeake Bay area. The city was named by an Irish immigrant, Henry McShane, in honor of his hometown Dundalk, Ireland. McShane is considered to be the founder of Dundalk, as he established the McShane Bell Foundry in 1856.
Local Newspapers: Dundalk Eagle
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Ravens
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Towns/Cities near dundalk, maryland : Edgemere Essex Rosedale
Police searching for additional victims of Dundalk armed robberies
Baltimore County police are trying to identify a couple they believe has lured Hispanic men to a Dundalk street for sex and then robbed them at gunpoint, shooting one victim. Police said two robberies that occurred eight days apart and investigators believe were committed by the same couple: a woman who arranged to meet the men in exchange for sex, and a man who robbed them a gunpoint.U-Haul plans overhaul of former Kmart store in Dundalk
Haul plans to transform a former Kmart store in Dundalk into a massive self-storage facility. The property at 222 N. Point Blvd. will be turned into 60,000 square feet of indoor self-storage.Bleacher Bum
Now that the county is finally putting some work into upgrading Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts, it might seem ungracious to ask for even more improvements. But, hey, strike while the iron is hot and all that.Our Lady of Hope/St. Luke teacher retires after four decades
Pat Kelbaugh, a lifelong resident of Dundalk, retired this year after teaching at Our Lady of Hope/St. Luke School for 44 years.Lack of care leads to declining Dundalk
How often do we see letters in the Eagle from residents of Dundalk expressing their disgust with the care of our community? We see an increasing number of properties that are operated by slumlords; they feel they have no responsibility for the upkeep of their properties or the effect the unkept properties have on the neighborhoods. They have no interest in the irresponsible renters they rent to that have less care given to the properties than they do.Gold In Fight: fighting for a KO against child cancer
Gold In Fight, a local foundation that helps the families of children with cancer, will celebrate its first birthday with a shrimp feast and bull roast on Sunday, Sept. 24. In the year since the foundation's inauguration, the board members of Gold In Fight have dedicated their lives to knocking out childhood cancer.They took the Eagle on Vacation
Jim, Angie and Alecea Hammond of Cornwall Court, along with former Dundalk residents Lachell and Chris Scarlato, flew the Eagle with them to the Temple of Zeus in Athens, Greece. Jim and Marci Sebeck, formerly of Dundalk, and Carol Schaffer of Edgemere took the Dundalk Eagle on vacation to Akumal, Mexico.It's beginning to look a like ... Christmas?
Jerry Bathory of Edgemere collects toys all year for distribution to children at Christmas with the help of local elementary school counselors and private donations. Standing with him is granddaughter Katelyn Singleton.U-Haul Reveals Plans to Expand Self-Storage Footprint in Baltimore
BALTIMORE, Aug. 14, 2017 : U-Haul corporate sustainability initiatives are being applied through the adaptive reuse of the former Kmart department store at the North Point Mall in Baltimore. U-Haul Moving & Storage of Eastpoint at 222 N. Point Blvd. currently offers truck and trailer sharing, moving supplies and U-Box portable moving and storage containers out of a temporary showroom.QRS of Maryland to idle sorting plant
The company says it is evaluating several proposals that may lead to a joint-venture or acquisition of the facility. Effective mid-August of 2017, the QRS of Maryland plant in the Baltimore area, which opened in November 2015, will be idled to enable an optimization of the equipment, according to a news release from the company.Dundalk family seeks return of missing memorial statue
A Dundalk family is searching for answers after an angel statue, part of a memorial garden dedicated to their deceased son, was stolen from their yard. Garrett Nelson was nearly five years old when he was diagnosed with a rare kidney cancer known as Wilms disease.U-Haul confirms move to former Kmart
Haul has confirmed plans to open a self-storage facility at the former Kmart on North Point Boulevard. The new business is expect to open in early 2018.This week in photos - Aug. 10
The Dundalk American Legion Post 38 is planning to build a brick backstop to replace its current backstop. The Post is giving people an opportunity to purchase commemorative bricks which will be a part of the backstop.Project to prevent massive sewage backups begins at Back River
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz shake hands at the Back River Wastewater Treatment Plant. The officials, joined by Mayor Catherine Pugh, kicked off a three-year, $430 million project there on Thursday.Single-vehicle crash leaves one dead
Baltimore County Police Department Crash Investigators are investigating a single-vehicle crash in Dundalk that left one person dead early in the morning of Aug. 10. According to police, preliminary investigation indicates that a Ford truck was traveling southbound on Dundalk Avenue at approximately 4:08 a.m. when it struck a median curb near Sollers Point Road, overturned and caught fire.Trailer stolen from Dundalk dance center
The Royal Performing Arts Center says its travel trailer was stolen overnight Monday, containing hundreds of dollars in props, costumes and trophies. "We have a 10 foot barn in two pieces, we have fence posts, we have a cardboard cow that stands up, we have chickens that are zip tied to two remote controlled cars that go across the stage," said owner Denise Rogers.Possible uranium found in carjacked van
Baltimore City Police are investigating after a contained with a label that appears to indicate uranium was found in a carjacked van. The incident began when the driver of the van fled a traffic stop in the city early Wednesday morning.
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