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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
As crab season beckons, some watermen hope for new rules to bolster their harvest

Watermen and other people who work in the crabbing industry believe that the rules designed to boost the crab poulation make it too difficult for them to make a living. Watermen and other people who work in the crabbing industry believe that the rules designed to boost the crab poulation make it too difficult for them to make a living.

Still in harmony after all these years

Our hometown is full of delightful little surprises, and one of them meets weekly at the North Point Government Center. For 60 years now, Dundalk's Chorus of the Chesapeake has welcomed men from around the region to learn the art of a capella four-part harmony - better known as barbershop.

Jury gets case of man charged in plot againsta

Howard "Tim" Cofflin Jr., 57, of Dundalk, Maryland, is charged with attempted first-degree murder of a law enforcement officer and related offenses. Jury gets case of man charged in plot against police Howard "Tim" Cofflin Jr., 57, of Dundalk, Maryland, is charged with attempted first-degree murder of a law enforcement officer and related offenses.

Stricker students bring Seuss to life

"I get to express what I like, and I get to have fun with it and be creative." Chara Stearns The Cat in the Hat, Things One and Two, Horton, the Whos and many more are coming to Dundalk as General John Stricker Middle School presents Seussical Jr. on Thursday, March 23, and Friday, March 24, at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium.

Police working to combat opioid use, increased robberies in Precincts 11 and 12

New Baltimore County Police Chief Terrance Sheridan spoke about the uptick in opioid-related deaths in the county and how the police are combating this growing problem during a meeting of the Essex Precinct 11 Police Community Relations Council last week. "The heroin is coming from outside the country, it's being manufactured in another place - China for instance.

Dundalk Historical Society to open 50-year-old time capsule

In honor of the 100th anniversary of the development of Old Dundalk, the Dundalk-Patapsco Neck Historical Society and Museum will be hosting a special anniversary celebration in early June. As part of the festivities, the Historical Society will be opening a time capsule that was sealed on May 30, 1967.

They took the Eagle on Vacation

Ray and Rene McFaul of Dundalk had their Eagle with them in St. Kitts in the West Indies, where they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.

'He's got his mission: it's war,' prosecutor says of plot

Howard Cofflin Jr., 57, of Dundalk, Maryland, is standing trial this week in the York County Court of Common Pleas on charges including attempted first-degree murder of a law enforcement officer. 'He's got his mission: it's war,' prosecutor says of plot Howard Cofflin Jr., 57, of Dundalk, Maryland, is standing trial this week in the York County Court of Common Pleas on charges including attempted first-degree murder of a law enforcement officer.

CCBC Dundalk hosts budding historians from across the county

More than 200 middle and high school students and their families descended on the CCBC Dundalk campus on March 18 to show off their hard work as part of the Baltimore County district-level Maryland History Day competition. Students from Holabird Middle School and 15 other county middle and high schools met last Saturday to compete in five categories: paper, website, performance, documentary and exhibit.

Chorale prepares to present Faure's 'Requiem"

Soloist Sonia Purol rehearses her part in FaurA©'s 'Requiem" at Dundalk United Methodist Church. At the piano is Donald Appel, director of the Dundalk Christian Chorale, which is performing the piece at three different churches during Lent.

Former Baltimore city principal charged with theft of school funds, withdrawing cash at casino

The former principal of an alternative high school in South Baltimore has been indicted on charges of stealing more than $13,000 from a school account - proceeds from the sales of school uniforms, class dues, graduation fees - and withdrawing the cash from an ATM at Maryland Live Casino, state prosecutors said. The Office of the State Prosecutor announced Monday the indictments charging Leslie Lewis, 44, of Owings Mills, and her former colleague Albert Fluker, 45, of Randallstown.

Stricker students bring Seuss to life

The Cat in the Hat, Things One and Two, Horton, the Whos and many more are coming to Dundalk as General John Stricker Middle School presents Seussical Jr. on Thursday, March 23, and Friday, March 24, at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium. Seussical is Stricker's second musical production since the program was revived after a three-decade hiatus.

Baltimore School of Rock House Band to rock the Heritage Fair

The Baltimore School of Rock House Band will perform at this year's Dundalk Heritage Fair in the afternoon of Sunday, July 2. The band, comprised of high school students, plays exclusively covers and consists of 11 teens under the age of 18. The students have to audition to get into this exclusive performance group that rehearses once a week for three hours at a time. The band is comprised of two drummers, two keyboard players, two bassists, two guitarists and three singers, though many of these students play multiple instruments.

Man charged in plot against police can't be owna

Howard Cofflin Jr., 57, of Dundalk, Maryland, is set to stand trial on Monday in the York County Court of Common Pleas. Man charged in plot against police can't be own lawyer Howard Cofflin Jr., 57, of Dundalk, Maryland, is set to stand trial on Monday in the York County Court of Common Pleas.

Baltimore County delegates OK a version of Guinness legislation

Baltimore County's state delegates on Monday endorsed their own version of legislation to allow Diageo to open a Guinness brewery in Relay. The delegates voted for a bill that allows all production breweries in the county to gradually increase sales in their on-site taprooms to 4,000 barrels per year - a key request from Diageo.

Man charged in plot against police: 'This is aa

Howard Cofflin Jr., 57, of Dundalk, Maryland, said there's a "tyrannical government" and he wants to represent himself at trial on March 20. Man charged in plot against police: 'This is a war' Howard Cofflin Jr., 57, of Dundalk, Maryland, said there's a "tyrannical government" and he wants to represent himself at trial on March 20. Check out this story on ydr.com: http://on-ydr.co/2nhgZ51 Howard Cofflin Jr., 57, of Dundalk, Maryland, who's charged with attempted first-degree murder and related offenses, said there's a "tyrannical government" and he wants to represent himself at trial on March 20. Howard Cofflin Jr., 57, of Dundalk, Maryland, is charged with attempted first-degree murder of a law enforcement officer, terrorism, threat to use weapons of mass destruction and related offenses.

Fire department welcomes new recruits

The Baltimore County Fire Department's 108th Recruit Class graduated during a ceremony held at Dundalk High School on March 7. During the ceremony, four new recruits were assigned to the Dundalk Fire Station 6, including paramedic Stacy L. Rossi and probationary emergency medical technicians Naomi A. Della Vedova, Jordan R. Goocharan and Courtnee A. Hope. Fire Chief John J. Hohman presented certificates to the graduates, while the Honorable Julie L. Ensor, Clerk of the Circuit Court, administered the oath of office.

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