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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.

Population: 62306
Local Newspapers: Dundalk Eagle
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Ravens
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Zip Codes associated with dundalk, maryland: 21222
Towns/Cities near dundalk, maryland : Edgemere Essex Rosedale

Dundalk News
Resort's Holiday Fireworks Letdown Explained

The fizzle instead of dazzle behind Ocean City's Fourth of July fireworks shows was explained this week and the city is now seeking compensation for the snafu. It was no secret the town-sponsored fireworks shows downtown and at Northside Park this month lacked their typical punch and left residents and visitors wanting more.

Bleacher Bum

After years of waiting at the July 4 6k finish line for runners coming in, Sean Coleman - who helped start the race in 1991 - finally crossed the finish line at his own pace this month. After years of waiting at the July 4 6k finish line for runners coming in, Sean Coleman - who helped start the race in 1991 - finally crossed the finish line at his own pace this month.

Rat eradication pilot showing promise in targeted neighborhoods

West Inverness Community Association president Susan Rayba holds up a sign at a meeting of the County Council on Monday, March 7, 2016, in Towson. Rayba and more than 40 other area residents organized to ask the county for help to fight a growing rat population in Dundalk, Essex and Middle River.

Medical cannabis dispensary planned for North Point Boulevard

Charm City Medicus has announced plans to open a medical cannabis dispensary at 717 North Point Boulevard across from Eastpoint Mall. Construction will begin within the next three weeks, concluding in late September.

Flash Flooding Result Of 'Spotty Storms'

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Heritage Association offers thanks for another great Fourth of July

Once again, the Heritage Fair, Fourth of July Parade and Fireworks - often referred to as "the Super Bowl of Dundalk - are over for another year. Raindrops fell on the Heritage Fair briefly on Saturday afternoon, but it did not deter anyone.

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.

Medical marijuana dispensary planned for North Point Boulevard

Charm City Medicus has announced plans to open a medical marijuana dispensary at 717 North Point Boulevard, at the former McDonald's site across from Eastpoint Mall. The Maryland General Assembly passed a bill legalizing medicinal marijuana in 2013.

Sweet summer sweat: Hotel California had no one running for the door

The question at hand: could a lifelong fan of the Eagles, someone who only wants the ones that he can't get, believes it's a certain kind of fool that likes to hear the sound of their own name and doesn't care about winning but doesn't want to lose, be satisfied by a band that describes itself as a "salute to the Eagles"? Kinda sorta. Well, sure.

Fair-goers rocked into the night with .38 Special

There were a few people who turned out to see .38 Special perform on Sunday night at the Heritage Fair. To absolutely no one's surprise, .38 Special was well-received when it performed on the main stage of the Heritage festival on Sunday night to bring the fair to a close.

Dundalk steps lively to launch region's Fourth of July parades

There are plenty of Fourth of July festivities in the Baltimore area to satisfy the most patriotic of folks. Here's a sampling.

Davis gears up for Baltimore County Council run

Dundalk native Richard Davis recently lost his girlfriend of five years after a battle with cancer. Though devastated, he has channeled his grief into helping others overcome their own struggles.

If you enjoy the Fourth festivities in Dundalk, thank a volunteer

As I write this, it is Monday - the day after the 2017 Dundalk Heritage Fair closed for another year - and, across the community, people are simultaneous recovering from that while preparing for the Independence Day festivities ahead. But, regardless of when you read this, none of these events would have been possible without the hard work of many, many volunteers who dedicate a large chunk of time to planning, setting up, working and tearing down the fair, parade and fireworks each year.

KIX rocks Dundalk Heritage Fair opening night

At 8 p.m. on Friday night, five men with flowing locks, donning skin-tight pants and smirks, stepped onto the Shipway Stage at the Heritage Fair to the sound of deafening cheers. These men were Jimmy Chalfant, Ronnie Younkins, Brian Forsythe, Mark Schenker and Steve Whiteman, better known as KIX, an American hard rock band that made it's debut in Hagerstown in the 1980s.

The Heritage Fair opens with traditional Dundalk fanfare

Volunteers, community member, sponsors and legislators gathered at the Shipway Stage in the dusk hours of Friday, June 30, for the official opening of the 42nd Dundalk Heritage Fair. The Dundalk-based Chorus of the Chesapeake barbershop harmony chorus performed patriotic ballads such as the "The Star-Spangled Banner," "God Bless the USA," "God Bless America," and a song called "The Service Five Medley," which incorporates the fight songs for each of the five branches of the U.S. military- Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard and Marines.

Deli-ish offers New York-style cuisine here at home

Deli-ish, at 700 Wise Ave., opened its doors on June 9; the business will celebrate its grand opening this weekend. He got started in the business working at Attman's Deli in Baltimore in 1998.

Old Seagram's whiskey in Dundalk catches fire

Baltimore County firefighters responded to a two-alarm fire at the old Seagram's distillery in Dundalk early Monday morning, officials said. It's unclear what caused the blaze, which broke out about 5:30 a.m. at the vacant plant in the 7000 block of Sollers Point Road, fire officials said.

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