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Towson is located in northern Maryland. In 1752 two brothers from Pennsylvania, William and Thomas Towson, settled in the area and began farming. The city is named after the brothers who were the first settlers of the area. During the American Civil War, Union soldiers overtook the town after a hotel was seen flying a Confederate flag. Notable residents have included Vice President Spiro Agnew, author F. Scott Fitzgerald (The Great Gatsby), and Olympics gold medalist swimmer Michael Phelps.

Population: 51793
Local Newspapers: Baltimore Times The Daily Record
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Ravens
Local Colleges: Towson University Goucher College

Zip Codes associated with towson, maryland: 21204 21210 21212 21239 21286
Towns/Cities near towson, maryland : Hampton Lutherville-Timonium Perry Hall Carney Parkville Ruxton Loch Raven

Towson News
Runners earn their Thanksgiving dinner at annual Turkey Trot

For many who take part in the Y Turkey Trot Charity 5K, fitness is just as much a part of Thanksgiving as food and family. In Towson, thousands of runners and walkers got a healthy start on their holiday Thursday in the 23rd annual race.

Dunleary finds solid ground with new name: Terra Firma

Materials distribution firm Dunleary Inc. is changing its name to Terra Firma Co. LLC to reflect a pair of acquisitions it made earlier this year.

MTA bus service changes in Baltimore represent 2 percent cut, report says

The seasonal bus service changes proposed by the Maryland Transit Administration represent a loss of 183 bus runs and 3,350 miles per week - a two percent cut to the overall service, according to a report Tuesday by a local rider advocacy group. The Central Maryland Transportation Alliance studied the changes , which include adding a new route to TradePoint Atlantic in the old Sparrows Point area, removing three underused routes and adjusting more than a dozen other routes and service times.

By his count: 15,035 trees planted, 300 pints donated, 1 lifetime of service

Gene DeSantis uses a pickaxe to enlarge a hole where he will plant a cherry tree near the Rawlings Conservatory in Druid Hill Park. Gene DeSantis uses a pickaxe to enlarge a hole where he will plant a cherry tree near the Rawlings Conservatory in Druid Hill Park.

Towson businesses tout shopping 'small' this weekend

THB Bagels & Deli assistant general manager Angelo Arturo, left, explains how to prepare a bagel at the 2016 Taste of Towson event. The shop will be one of those participating Small Business Saturday this weekend.

Woman wears nothing but Body Paint to the mall

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Baltimore Co. Council extends pilot program to crack down on college parties

Under the law, first passed by the County Council in early 2016, offenders face fines and community service, while their landlords can be fined and eventually lose their rental license if their tenants are cited for repeated offenses. The "social host" program was scheduled to expire early in 2018.

Woman Charged With Making False Report About Attempted Carjacking In Towson

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Suspect Arrested In Hunt Valley Shooting

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Police Identify Woman Charged In Fabricated Attempted Carjacking Claim

Baltimore County police have identified the Parkville woman they say fabricated the report of an attempted carjacking and armed robbery at Towson Town Center. Pamela Davis, 46, of the unit block of Ashlar Hill Court in Parkville was charged in a summons with two counts of false statement to an officer.

Parkville woman charged for false report

Baltimore County Police have charged the Parkville woman who made a false report last week at Towson Town Center. Pamela Davis, of the unit block of Ashlar Hill Ct, has been charged on a summons with False Statement to Officer.

County executive candidates debate education

Baltimore County Executive candidates Del. Pat McDonough , former Del. John Olszewski Jr., Maryland Insurance Commissioner Al Redmer and state Sen. Jim Brochin discussed education during a bipartisan debate at CCBC Catonsville last week.

St. Joseph Medical Center to offer access to live-streamed 'conversation' on opioid crisis

Nicki Neirman, left, and Jan Chadbourne stand in front of University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. Neirman's fiance and Chadbourne's son, Trey, died of a heroin overdose in 2016.

2017 Wine Tasting and Christmas Party Benefiting the Sisters of St. Francis

Invitation to an evening to say "Thank You" to the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia for their over 160 years from those in the Baltimore area who benefited from their sacrifice of giving their lives as expressed in their original mission statement that "As vowed women of the Church, we respond to diverse gifts in a spirit of mutual service to the needs of others, especially the economically poor, the marginalized and the oppressed" Thursday, December 14, 2017 6:00 P.M. - 10:00 P.M Towson American Legion 125 York Rd. If you know people who would like to give gift cards, their name or ad will go into the program at the following levels: ***Please note that the event is 100% underwritten - all funds from the event will go to the order.

Jamie Costello's Facebook post about Baltimore crime attracts attention

"I have never felt this down on my city as I do right now. And yeah I've been in Murphy Homes and I've been up Fulton and Stricker and down Whitelock...so don't tell me my view is from a hill in Towson.

Police: Towson Town Center Attempted Carjacking Was A False Report

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Towson man faces 82 traffic charges after allegedly leading police on chase from Aberdeen to Edgewood

A Towson man was issued more than 80 traffic citations Saturday night after allegedly leading police on a chase in a suspected stolen car along Route 40 from Aberdeen to Edgewood, according to Aberdeen Police. "There's no doubt when you're fleeing from police you're putting the police officers, yourself and others in danger," Aberdeen Police Lt.

Armed Robbery Reported Near Towson Town Center

Baltimore County Police has not released many details on the case. Some reports claim the woman was in the parking garage when two men stole her purse.

Sisters create family-friendly shared work space in Towson

Sisters TeKesha Jamison, left, and Tammira Lucas, are co-owners of The Cube, a shared work space in Towson that offers babysitting for clients. Sisters TeKesha Jamison, left, and Tammira Lucas, are co-owners of The Cube, a shared work space in Towson that offers babysitting for clients.

Easier Parking Comes To Towson Town Center

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