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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
Wedded: Sabrina Delores Washington and Corey Dante' Bradford met in 1988 at Fallstaff Middle

Sabrina Delores Washington and Corey Dante' Bradford were married April 28 at the Sheraton Baltimore-North in Towson. Her story: Sabrina Delores Washington, 40, was born and raised in Baltimore.

Presbyterian Home has a new buyer pledging 'a rebirth' for historic Towson property

The Presbyterian Home of Maryland has signed a contract to sell the historic Bosley Mansion and land in Towson to two local developers whose work includes preservation projects. Bosley Estates LLC, a partnership of Martin Azola and Delbert Adams, is set to purchase the 4.5 acre property for an undisclosed amount following a 90-day design period, Azola said.

Harry K. Wells, McCormick executive and World War II veteran

Harry K. Wells, former chairman of the board and CEO of McCormick & Co. and a World War II veteran, died May 20 Harry K. Wells, former chairman of the board and CEO of McCormick & Co.

Advocates continue push for new Towson High School by 2022

Portables classrooms located behind Towson High School. Some members of the community are advocating for the construction of a new Towson High by 2022.

Popular Towson High teacher's Facebook post brings flood of student memories

Teacher Scott Olson poses in his classroom at Towson High School. Olson invited his former students to share their memories of Towson High on Facebook.

Urban Oyster aiming to open Baltimore food truck

Norton launched the Urban Oyster this spring, serving char-grilled oysters and other seafood, and she plans to take the business from stands at local farmers' markets to a food truck. The Urban Oyster made its first appearance April 24 at a chef take-over at Truffle Butta Cafe in Towson.

Historic nuclear ship opens to public for National Maritime Day

Brad Grube and Barry Marsh sat in the shadow of the hulking Nuclear Ship Savannah in Canton on Sunday and reminisched about working for the company that designed the famous vessel in the 1990s. "This has been my favorite ship since I was in sixth grade," said Grube, 63, of Bowie.

Maryland politicians pack their bags for Las Vegas retail conference

Politicians, economic development officials and developers from Maryland are in Las Vegas for the International Council of Shopping Centers' annual conference. Officials attend the conference to tout local projects in hopes of attracting national retailers and restaurants - and also network among themselves.

Baltimore County faces school crossing guard shortage

The county is authorized to have 273 part-time guards and there are 203 on board, said Officer Jen Peach, a police spokeswoman. The shortage does not place students in danger, but burdens the police department when crimes or auto crashes occur because officers assigned to monitor crosswalks are unable to respond, she said.

31-year-old man sought in connection with Towson bank robbery

Law enforcement officials are searching for a 31-year-old man who is wanted in connection with a Towson bank robbery and an unrelated attempted-murder charge in Baltimore. Dominic Walker, whose last known address is in Reisterstown, allegedly approached a teller at the M&T Bank at 32 York Road at 12:50 p.m. Monday, presented a demand note announcing a robbery, and fled with money, according to the FBI Baltimore Violent Crimes Task Force.

Maryland officer won't face charges in shooting

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Ascension Lutheran Church to celebrate 75 years Sunday

A festive worship service dedicated to the ascension of Jesus Christ to heaven will commemorate the event, according to a news release from the church. "The whole reason the church was founded and is called Ascension is because it was founded [on] the 40th day after Easter," or Ascension Day, church volunteer Diane Kohan said.

Seahawks Rout Towson in Series Opener

TOWSON, Maryland Alex Royalty tossed eight shutout innings while Kennard McDowell and Zack Canada led a season-high 19-hit attack as UNCW topped Towson, 8-0, in the Colonial Athletic Association series opener on Thursday at Schuerholz Park. UNCW maintained its hold on first place in the conference with the win, improving to 27-26 overall and 15-7 in the CAA.

Baltimore County Council makes no cuts to Kamenetz budget proposal

Members of the Baltimore County Council decided Wednesday not to cut from the budget proposed by County Executive Kevin Kamenetz . Council members considered a handful small cuts proposed by auditors, but elected not to pursue any of them, declaring the budget had no waste that needed to be trimmed.

This Class A office space is across from Towson University

Address: 200 W. Towsontown Blvd., Towson Property type: Office Built: 1988 Size: 55,260 square feet Listing price: $5.5 million Contact: Christopher Smith, president of TriAlliance Commercial Real Estate Services, 410-472-3510 x108; csmith@trialliance.com The Class A office building at 200 Towsontown Blvd. provides an opportunity to take advantage of the growing Towson market. The five-story, 55,260-square-foot property has 11,134 square feet over the ... Complete access to news articles on this website is available to Daily Record subscribers who are logged in.

What to expect from Preakness InfieldFest performers Sam Hunt, Zedd and more

Looking at the Preakness InfieldFest lineup like the tilted-head, hand-to-chin confused emoji? It's OK - music moves faster than ever these days. Here's a primer on who the artists are, what song you might know by them and what time they're performing on Saturday.

Continental Realty invests $6.5 million in Towson apartment improvements

The renovation plan, expected to continue through 2018, calls for interior and exterior improvements at four apartment communities, with a total of 800 units, owned by the Baltimore-based commercial real estate firm.

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