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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
Kamenetz joins Democratic race for governor

Kamenetz plans to launch his campaign Monday morning in Towson, where he has worked as county executive for the past seven years. "As county executive, I've gotten real results," Kamenetz told The Baltimore Sun.

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Surrounded by friends, family, and loyal patrons, Robbie's Bar and Grill in Edgemere celebrated 23 years in business on Saturday. The bar has been owned and operated for the last two decades by Clyde "Ed" Garrison, a veteran of the Vietnam War in addition to a former Bethlehem Steel employee.

Baltimore City Council to hold final vote on weakened mandatory minimum gun bill tonight

Baltimore City Council members explain why they are voting for or against a one-year mandatory sentence for possession and use of an illegal handgun during a crime. Baltimore City Council members explain why they are voting for or against a one-year mandatory sentence for possession and use of an illegal handgun during a crime.

Dundalk Chamber of Commerce cracks crabs at annual feast

Chamber president Dawn Frazier , treasurer Kelly Bowman and Dotty Cristy greeted attendees at last week's crab feast. Members of the Dundalk Chamber of Commerce board in attendance included treasurer Kelly Bowman, Lil Tirschman, Barbara McCulloigh, Jim Russell, Nicole Rodman, past president Paul Rosenberger, president Dawn Frazier, secretary Will Feuer, executive director Dotty Cristy and Elaine Feltz .

Fatima Knights honor Dundalk Police

Our Lady of Fatima Knights of Columbus Grand Knight Buzzy Stockman presented Dundalk Precinct 12 Captain Orlando Lilly and his officers with a certificate of appreciation during the Knight's cookout for the Dundalk Precinct on Sept. 11. Dundalk Precinct 12 Police Captain Orlando Lilly , shook hands with Our Lady of Fatima Knights of Columbus Grand Knight Buzzy Stockman as Lilly and his officers accepted a certificate of appreciation on Monday.


Redevelopment plans for Fort Holabird were unveiled to the community. Plans called for a controlled industrial development with motels, restaurants and park land.

Fall into fun in Dundalk this season

Frequent patron Connie Collins shops at the Dundalk Farmers Market on a recent Saturday. The market is open from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturdays in the Dundalk Village Shopping Center.

Del. Washington to challenge Conway for Baltimore Senate seat

Del. Mary Washington will challenge Baltimore Sen. Joan Carter Conway for the Democratic nomination next year, putting yet another senior city lawmaker's seat in play. Washington, 55, said Thursday she filed this week to run in the June 26, 2018 primary for the 43rd District Senate seat.

Hogan renames Intercounty Connector in honor of Ehrlich

Republican Gov. Larry Hogan made the announcement on the side of the toll road Thursday morning. The ICC links I-270 and I-370 in Montgomery County to I-95 and U.S. 1 in Prince George's County.

MGM National Harbor grows market as revenues drop at Live and Horseshoe

Nine-month-old MGM National Harbor continued to grow the state's casino market in August while also taking away some of its largest Maryland competitors' business. Topping $50 million in monthly revenue for the fifth time in August, MGM National Harbor's $52.8 million was more than any of the state's other five casinos, according to figures released Wednesday by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency.

Baltimore County Council scales back pension benefit

The Baltimore County Council voted Tuesday to scale back a pension program that allows for some employees to receive large payouts - but the county executive and some other top officials in the program will still receive the enhanced benefits. The council voted unanimously to ban the practice in the future, except for employees who have been retired for at least one year who come back to the county for a different job.

Where is the Board of Education?

On June 13th, I was joined by the District Six State Delegation and Councilman Crandell in speaking out against the violence and lack of discipline in our school system. I resubmit a portion of that joint press release: "Most immediately, the Board should conduct a public hearing as soon as possible so parents can be heard.

Dundalk man survives heart attack in Harbor Tunnel

Hall's daughter Ledda Sellars , grandaughter Macy Scharf and Scharf's boyfriend Aaron Riley worked to revive Hall on the side of I-95. Hall's daughter Ledda Sellars , grandaughter Macy Scharf and Scharf's boyfriend Aaron Riley worked to revive Hall on the side of I-95.

Bleak weather shortens Defender's Day celebration

The Chesapeake Flotilla Artillery, whose attending members include Trevor Petree, Hector Diaz, David Smoth, Dylan Andrex, James Gardner, and Sam Nuckolls, stand with County Exec. Kevin Kamenentz The Aisquith Sharpshooters and the 16th Regiment Maryland Militia demonstrated the heroic battle that took place in Fort Howard more than two hundred years ago.

Where Hogan's proposed $68 million in budget cuts would come from

A Maryland panel will soon consider Republican Gov. Larry Hogan 's proposal to cut about $68 million from the state's $43.5 billion budget this year. The Board of Public Works - comprised of Hogan, Comptroller Peter Franchot, a Democrat, and Treasurer Nancy Kopp, also a Democrat - is scheduled to vote on the governor's request Wednesday.

DRC names new community engagement coordinator

Fresh out of college, Christopher Pineda is ready to take on his new role as the Dundalk Renaissance Corporation's community engagement coordinator. The position is supported through funds from the Baltimore Regional Neighborhood Initiative, a state program designed to promote business and housing in local communities.

Union contract negotiations go down to the wire at IKEA warehouse in Perryville

Officials for the union representing more than 500 workers at an IKEA distribution facility in Perryville are recommending that workers not accept the company's latest offer when they vote Friday. The Swedish furniture retailer and Local I-460 of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers have been negotiating throughout the summer but remain "far apart" on terms for a new contract, said George Bull Miller, the local president.

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