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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
Kamenetz to propose planning money for two new high schools in FY19 budget

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced Tuesday that he would include planning money for two new high schools in his proposed fiscal year 2019 budget, which he will release next year. The schools would be expected to serve the Towson area and the central-northeast area of the county, where parents have for years asked officials to build new high schools to eliminate overcrowding and failing facilities.

Kamenetz announces campaign amid question about Baltimore County employee's email

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz 's campaign for governor launched on Monday amid questions about a county employee's email encouraging others to attend the Democrat's announcement. "I am encouraging full participation to support our County Executive as he makes this very important announcement," Rob Stradling, the county's information technology director, wrote to employees Friday afternoon.

Amid festival fun, a serious passion for African-American history in Baltimore County

The Baltimore County African American Cultural Festival had all of the usual fun offerings: musicians performing gospel songs, vendors selling clothes made from African-inspired textiles and booths that dished up soul food favorites like fried fish and collard greens. But in a corner of the festival in Towson, several groups quietly offered something they hoped would also resonate with festival-goers.

Pedestrian struck, killed in Towson crash

A 65-year-old man was killed early Saturday morning when he was struck by a car in Towson, Baltimore County Police said. Albert John Olszewski Jr. was in the roadway on Charles Street, south of Gatehouse Drive near Greater Baltimore Medical Center , at about 12:25 a.m. A 2006 Hyundai Sonata hit Olszewski, who lived on David Avenue in Parkville.

Developers detail rebranded 'Circle East' project in heart of Towson

What's old in Towson is new again. Developers of the proposed Towson Circle project, located in the heart of the Baltimore County seat, said Thursday the project has been revised, expanded and rebranded and will now be called "Circle East."

Patriot Plaza renovations kick off with concrete breaking

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz drills through a section of the stone fountain in the plaza's center to mark the official start of renovations to Patriot Plaza on Wednesday. The $5.5 million project is set to be completed in June 2018.

One-Eyed Mike's is known for its Grand Marnier Club, but food deserves attention too

When we entered One-Eyed Mike's in Fells Point on a recent Friday, we faced a raucous crowd of drinkers and a wall of Grand Marnier bottles in the narrow bar area. The restaurant claims to host the first and largest club dedicated to the French, orange-flavored cognac.

Towson professor Leslie Harrison long-listed for the 2017 National Book Award in poetry

Harrison, a Rodgers Forge resident, is the author of "The Book of Endings," one of 10 titles to make the so-called longlist for the Book Awards, one of the country's most coveted annual literary awards. According to the National Book Foundation's website , "The Book of Endings" represents Harrison's attempt "to make sense of, or at least come to some kind of reckoning with absence - the death of the author's mother, the absence of the beloved, the absence of an accountable god, cicadas, the dead stars arriving, the dead moon aglow in the night sky."

Teleflora Honors Paul Raimondi Of Raimondi's Florist As The 2017...

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 13, 2017 : Teleflora, the world's leading floral gifting service today proudly announced the recipient of the third annual Tom Butler "Floral Retailer of the Year" Award is Paul Raimondi, owner of Raimondi's Florist.

Mary G. Loker | Smith Gildea

Estates and trusts lawyer Mary G. Loker , of the Phoenix-based Law Office of Mary G. Loker, will join Smith, Gildea & Schmidt LLC , a regional law firm with offices in Towson and Baltimore, as of counsel once the two firms merge Oct. 1. Loker, who has had an established estates and trust practice for more than 40 years, will be based in Smith Gildea's Towson office. Loker is a graduate of the University of Baltimore School of Law, Notre Dame University of Maryland and the Institute of Notre Dame High School in Baltimore.

Council approves $300K grant for homeless outreach center in Towson

The Baltimore County Council voted Sept. 5 to approve a $300,000 grant to allow a homeless outreach program to purchase the downtown Towson building in which it has operated for many years.

Route One Apparel and Sterling Forever, whose owners are dating, buy a building together

Mixing business and pleasure, Route One Apparel and Sterling Forever, whose owners are dating, jointly acquired a 14,000-square-foot office and warehouse building in Towson. The two businesses plan to relocate to the new building at 1030 Cromwell Bridge Road by the end of the year from a much smaller shared space in Jarrettsville.

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Residents of Towson neighborhood confront racist legacy of covenants

Hiteshi Auburn liked the tree-lined streets and sturdy brick homes of Rodgers Forge. She loved how the children played outside and walked to school.

Raid continues police targeting of violent West Baltimore...

Police this week raided the West Baltimore home of an alleged Crip gang member as part of a broader effort to stem violence in the neighborhood where a 15-year-old boy was fatally shot last month, according to police and court records. During the raid in the 1000 block of Myrtle Ave., in the city's Heritage Crossing neighborhood, officers recovered two handguns, one of which had been stolen in Towson; several kinds of ammunition; varying amounts of heroin, fentanyl, cocaine, codeine and the prescription painkiller Tramadol; and materials for cooking, cutting and packaging the drugs, according to court records.

Run through Towson neighborhoods to benefit mental health foundation

Victor Brick recalls his late older brother, John, as a man of many talents who also was forced to fight a formidable disease - schizophrenia. Although John Brick, who died in 2009 at age 62, excelled at sports and academics, his mental illness always lurked behind those accomplishments, Victor Brick said, adding that John suffered from the disease his entire life.

'Money Guys' Rousseaux loses appeal of AG sanctions

A Baltimore judge affirmed the revocation of Everest Wealth Management owner Philip Rousseaux's investment adviser registration last week, denying his appeal. The Towson-based firm known for its popular "Money Guys" infomercials was previously barred from doing business in Maryland by the Maryland Office of the Attorney General based on allegations of fraud and securities law violations.

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