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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
Man convicted of impersonating officer, acquitted of second-degree rape

A Dundalk man accused of impersonating a Baltimore County police officer was convicted on several charges and acquitted of second-degree rape this week, according to county prosecutors. A jury found 31-year-old Brian Keith Cooper Jr. guilty of of second-degree assault, impersonating a police officer and extortion, Deputy State's Attorney John Cox said.

Maryland man arrested after fatal shooting in College Park last month

William George Moore Jr. was charged with first-degree murder in the slaying of Rawle Farley. Police are seeking two additional suspects.

Dundalk Community Theatre Presents Shrek: the Musical

Dundalk Community Theatre concludes it 2017 season with the family musical comedy "SHREK" from April 28th - May 7th with a special family friendly 2pm matinee show added onSaturday May 6th. Individual tickets are $25 for adults, $22 for senior adults and $17 for students/DCT Actors/Children 12 and under.

Leonard-Reynolds stays close to her roots at Dundalk

Carol Leonard Reynolds , pictured with her Homeland Security students, is the Chamber's 2017 Outstanding High School Teacher of the Year. Carol Leonard Reynolds , pictured with her Homeland Security students, is the Chamber's 2017 Outstanding High School Teacher of the Year.

Dundalk Farmers Market seeks new producers

The Dundalk Farmer's Market is looking for entries at the market for Saturdays only. Farmers/producers interested in selling their produce at the market should contact coordinator Lil Tirschman at ltirschman@comcast.net or 410-282-7724.

Olszewski eyes run for county executive

Former District Six Del. John Olszewski Jr. is pounding the pavement with his group of volunteers in preparation for his anticipated run for the Democratic nomination for Baltimore County Executive in 2018.

Men arrested in video piracy at Linthicum theater

Two men were arrested in a video piracy at a Linthicum movie theater Friday evening, where police say they were illegally recording a showing of "The Fate of the Furious." Anne Arundel County Police said they arrived at the Hoyts Movie Theater at 1591 West Nursery Road at 7:29 p.m. Friday evening, where they met with an investigator from the Motion Picture Association of America , a trade association which represents members of the motion picture, home video and television industry, according to its website.

Douglass gives teaching the personal touch

Home on maternity leave, Hannah Douglass, a fourth grade teacher at Chesapeake Terrace Elementary School, had been informed by principal Shandra Patrick that she was nominating her for the Dundalk Chamber of Commerce's annual Outstanding Teacher of the Year awards. "I did not think that I stood a chance at winning, as there are so many amazing teachers in the southeast area," Douglass recalled last week.

New bus system set to go into service

The proposed CityLink Navy route connects Mondawmin, downtown Baltimore and Dundalk with branches to Turner Station and Watersedge and to Sparrows Point via the Peninsula Expressway. Over 750 buses will be rewrapped and rebranded as part of BaltimoreLink, a complete overhaul of the region's bus systems.

Franchot forms task force after beer bill passes

Mike Gill from Gov. Hogan's office proposed a toast to Maryland beer with Peter Franchot, Maryland Comptroller, during a rally at Dundalk's Key Brewing on March 28. Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot will initiate a task force to review Maryland alcohol laws, days after the state General Assembly passed legislation that critics claim will limit the state's burgeoning craft beer industry. On March 28, Franchot and other officials and craft beer enthusiasts gathered at Key Brewing on Grays Road in Dundalk to speak out against HB1283, which altered existing regulations on state breweries.

Kamenetz releases FY2018 county budget

County Executive Kevin Kamenetz released Baltimore County's Fiscal Year 2018 budget on April 13, unveiling a plan that focuses primarily school construction, public safety and recreation, including accelerated construction of new Dundalk, Berkshire and Colgate Elementary Schools. "We speak up for our priorities and what we stand for," Kamenentz said in remarks before the Baltimore County Council.

Gov. Hogan attends 49th MTA Police Graduation

Ofc. Bryan Fink, who was chosen as the class president for the 48th recruitment class, gave a speech thanking his friends, family and fellow officers for their support. Before enrolling in the police academy, Fink received his Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice and worked as a personal trainer.

Maryland brewery issues unresolved in final days of legislature's session

Maryland's brewers - and representatives for international liquor giant Diageo - pleaded with state senators Wednesday not to pass a bill that they say purports to help the beer industry but actually harms it. Lawmakers in the General Assembly have been weighing whether to allow breweries to serve more beer to customers in their on-site taprooms, a change that Diageo calls vital to its plans to open a Guinness brewery and tourist destination in Baltimore County.

Chamber to honor Teachers of the Year

The Dundalk Chamber of Commerce will honor its Teacher of the Year winners during a banquet at the Hilton Garden Inn, 5015 Campbell Blvd., on Friday, April 28, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Tickets cost $45 per person and can be purchased by contacting the chamber office at 410-284-3700 or teachersoscars@gmail.com .

Police offers promoted, assigned to Dundalk Precinct

On April 10, 18 Baltimore County police officers were promoted during a ceremony at Loch Raven High School, 1212 Cowpens Ave. in Towson. Chief Terrence B. Sheridan spoke at the ceremony and presented the certificates.

Rat eradication pilot program kicking off in nine 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.

Proud to pass Property Tax - Credit for Revitalization Districts bill

I am proud that my bill HB 1323 - Property Tax - Credit for Revitalization Districts - passed out of both chambers and on to the Governor's desk. I re-introduced my bill - Baltimore County Property Tax Credit - Revitalization Districts - from last session but decided to expand it onto the state level.

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