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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
Pinewood Elementary School to host event marking its 50th anniversary

Bell-bottom jeans, bold colors and tie-dye will be back in next week at Pinewood Elementary School, as the Lutherville school marks its 50th anniversary. Students are encouraged to wear Pinewood T-shirts and fashions from the 1960s through April 24 in celebration of the event.

Baltimore County, state to fund $4.5 million dredging of Bird River

Baltimore County Councilwoman Cathy Bevins on Thursday talks about a planned dredging project for Bird River and Railroad Creek in the eastern part of the county. She's joined by Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and homeowner Janet Terry.

Contest seeks Baltimore County senior writers to share their stories

Charlotte Eliopoulos with a picture of her father at her Glen Arm home. She won the essay portion of the 2016 Silver Pen Creative Writing Contest for "A Surprising Love," an essay on the changes in the relationship between herself, her mother and her aging father.

HOWs Bring Cabling Up to Date Apr 19, 2017

Willow Creek Community Church outside Chicago recently underwent a massive AV retrofit inside its 810,000-square-foot main building which includes four major venues and several classrooms. Tying the rooms together now is a building-wide AV-IT network based around Whirlwind cabling.

Friends of Towson Library Annual Book Sale back for its 23rd year

The sale runs through Sunday and features prices of $1 for paperbacks to $5 hardcovers with prices lowered each day. Books will be $4 a foot as the event wraps up on Sunday.

Stebbins Anderson marks 150 years of doing business in Towson

Founded as a coal, lumber and hardware business in 1867 named the Cochrane Lumber Co., the Towson retail fixture is celebrating its 150th year of serving local customers. In 1911, the lumber company was sold to a Mr. Stebbins and a Mr. Anderson - their first names are unknown - and the name was changed to the Stebbins Anderson Coal and Lumber Co.

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.

Landlord acting as own lead-paint inspector an 'obvious' conflict, lawyer says

We reported Monday on the Baltimore County landlord who also happened to do his own lead paint inspections - at least according to charges detailed by the state attorney general's office. "It is unusual and it's an obvious conflict," said Brian Brown, managing member of Brown & Barron LLC in Baltimore.

At 80, Garry Rumbaugh showing no signs of ending crunches streak

Garry Rumbaugh had just done 4,000 crunches with time to spare when he briefly paused to take a sip of water. Rumbaugh, who turned 80 on Monday, was positioned on a black mat with two untouched Gatorade bottles and one small water bottle at his side.

Baltimore Co. lead-paint inspector charged with submitting false certificates for his property

A Baltimore County landlord and lead inspector has been charged with issuing unlawful lead-paint compliance certificates on one of his properties, the Maryland attorney general's office announced Monday. James R. Lerch, an accredited lead-paint inspector, is accused of signing off on certificates for a Towson rental property he owns and then filing the certificates with Baltimore County ... Complete access to news articles on this website is available to Daily Record subscribers who are logged in.

Need to land a job? Consider learning a new language

Students searching for a job after graduation may get a leg up on the competition by learning another language, according to Arabic and French professor Ziad Bentahar. "Learning a language is a transferable skill that can be needed anywhere," Bentahar said.

Baltimore County Council to consider live-stream of meetings

The Baltimore County Council will consider a resolution urging more transparency in government, including the live-streaming of council meetings and worksessions. "We want to be as transparent as we can, and I think it's one of the things people are very interested in," said Almond, a Reisterstown Democrat.

Judge rules that religious organization must remove structure it built in Towson neighborhood

Robin Zoll stands on the front porch of her Aigburth Manor home. Zoll is the lead plaintiff in a case against a Jewish organization that built a 6,600 square-foot addition to the residence next door.

Towson University to convert hotel to student housing

Towson University plans to convert an off-campus Marriott hotel it owns into a dorm next year in hopes of helping alleviate a shortage of student housing at the growing institution. The Towson University Marriott Conference Hotel is at York Road and Burke Avenue, just north of the main campus.

Consistency works for Towson's Orchard Market and Cafe

Orchard Market and Cafe in Towson has a Middle Eastern atmosphere to complement the Persian dishes made from family recipes. The menu at the Orchard Market & Cafe in Towson hasn't changed much since 1997, and I don't want it to.

Towson coffee shop controversy brings about a new planning advisory committee

Controversy over a coffee shop has led to creation of a new advisory committee to discuss future development in south Towson. Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Wednesday announced the names of five Towson residents, including four architects, he has tapped to recommend design guidelines that new development must meet for the area along York Road from Stevenson Lane to the Baltimore City line.

Tax rates hold steady, Dulaney High project bumped in Baltimore County budget plan

Aging Dulaney High School in Lutherville has been bumped from the list of Baltimore County school construction projects in the county's proposed budget following a school board decision not to endorse a renovation plan for the school . Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz 's nearly $2 billion budget proposal, unveiled Thursday morning in a presentation before the County Council in Towson, takes money that had been allotted for Dulaney's renovation and instead puts it toward other school projects, including a new middle school in the booming northeastern part of the county.

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