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Catonsville is located in northern Maryland, just east of Baltimore. It was originally inhabited by the Piscataway Native American tribe, who established villages between the Potomac River and the Chesapeake Bay. Notable residents of Catonsville have included actor David Hasselhoff (Baywatch), assassin of President Abraham Lincoln John Wilkes Booth, musician Frank Zappa, and keyboardist Greg Hawkes and lead singer Ric Ocasek both of the band The Cars.

Population: 39820
Local Newspapers: The Daily Record East Baltimore Guide
Local Sports Teams: Bays Baltimore Tribe Baltimore Blast Baltimore Bayhawks Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Ravens
Local Colleges: University of Maryland—Baltimore County

Zip Codes associated with catonsville, maryland: 21228 21229
Towns/Cities near catonsville, maryland : Arbutus Oelia Halethorpe Carroll Woodlawn

Catonsville News
Falling tree causes power line fire in Catonsville

A tree fell on power lines along a Catonsville street, starting a fire Saturday morning, the Baltimore County Fire Department said. Firefighters went to Hilton Avenue to put the fire out at 8:45 a.m., said fire Capt.

Their Protest Helped End the Draft. 50 Years Later, It's Still Controversial.

They entered the draft board office near Baltimore in broad daylight and ransacked the drawers, seizing hundreds of papers as a clerk tried to wrest them back. Outside, in front of journalists they had summoned, they dumped the files of would-be soldiers in the parking lot and incinerated them with a napalm-like mixture made from gasoline and Ivory soap.

A look at Jim Brochin's radio ad in Baltimore County executive race

Democrat Jim Brochin hit the radio airwaves this week with the first broadcast ads in the race to become the next Baltimore County executive. The 60-second spot has been airing on several Baltimore radio stations, including WBAL , Z104.3, Today's 101.9 and 102.7 Jack FM.

The Catonsville Nine, 50 Years Later

"Our apologies, good friends, for the fracture of good order, the burning of paper instead of children." On May 17, 1968, along the main road that runs through the Baltimore suburb of Catonsville, Maryland, a group of Catholic activists stood around a small fire, praying and singing.

ACLU Supporting Balt. Co. Student Reportedly Reprimanded For Kneeling During Pledge

CATONSVILLE, Md. - A Baltimore County middle school girl who refused to stand for the pledge of allegiance is getting support from the ACLU.

50 Years After Catonsville: "Resistance Needed to End Empire"

The Catonsville Nine were nine activists affiliated with the Catholic Worker movement who burned draft files to protest the Vietnam War. On May 17, 1968, they went to the draft board in Catonsville, Maryland, took hundreds of draft files, brought them to the parking lot, pour homemade napalm on them , and set them on fire.

Reporters honored by regional press association for stories in Catonsville Times, Arbutus Times

The Catonsville Times won four awards from the Maryland Delaware D.C. Press Association for its work in 2017. The Maryland Delaware D.C. Press Association gave a nod to three reporters for their 2017 work in the Catonsville Times and Arbutus Times at their annual conference last week.

Fifty years later, Catonsville Nine draft protest inspires activists, angers opponents

The crowd processes down the cracked sidewalks of the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood of West Baltimore. The marchers are singing: "Let there be peace on Earth, and let it begin with me."

A moving experience: Operators are reimagining spaces and designs to...

Doing more with less is a near constant refrain that long-term and post-acute care providers hear with regard to business operations, reimbursement and even clinical care. It takes on a new, ahem, dimension when it comes time to redesigning and renovating spaces within skilled nursing or senior living.

They went to prison for burning draft records. Fifty years later, a...

Margarita Melville, a member of the Catonsville Nine, stands next to a state sign unveiled Saturday recognizing the activists' 1968 protest. Police once arrested Margarita Melville on Frederick Road in Catonsville, Md.

Former U.S. attorney: conviction, courage and dishonor among 'Catonsville Nine'

Thomas Melville puts more fuel on a fire as Philip Berrigan and his brother, Father Daniel Berrigan, and other members of the "Catonsville Nine," watch draft records burn on May 17, 1968. Thomas Melville puts more fuel on a fire as Philip Berrigan and his brother, Father Daniel Berrigan, and other members of the "Catonsville Nine," watch draft records burn on May 17, 1968.

'He was a true hero:' Family of Jason Schneider readies for ...

It's been nearly five years since the incident, but the pride in Charles Schneider's voice as he talks about his late son Jason is as strong as ever. Maybe that sounds extreme, he added, but Jason never caused any problems growing up and was never in trouble.

Kamenetz says Baltimore County will create 70-bed 'on-demand' drug treatment facility at Rosewood

Baltimore County, suffering one of the highest drug overdose death tolls in Maryland, will spend up to $3 million to renovate a building at the former Rosewood Center state hospital campus to create an on-demand drug treatment center. County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said Wednesday that the Owings Mills facility will have 70 beds and accommodate about 300 people a year.

Former Riedel's Flowers shop in Arbutus damaged in fire

A former flower shop in the 1300 block of Linden Avenue in Arbutus suffered somewhere between $50,000 and $100,000 in damages in a fire Wednesday, the Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department reported. The fire at the former site of Riedel's Flowers was reported when a member of the AVFD, who was on his way to a meeting at the department, saw smoke coming from a corner of the building and a pile of hay on fire, according to fire department Capt.

Though Invisible to Us, Our Dead Are Not Absent

It is a glorious spring day as I write. The day my father died was also glorious, and I cried like a baby.

Columbia gym Progressive Athletics uses small classes to build relationships

Co-owners Mark Covington and Haaris Majid recently opened a Columbia gym called Progressive Athletics. "You spend the most time at home, work and one other place," says Mark Covington, the Columbia company's co-owner and chief motivation officer.

Kamenetz says Baltimore County will create 70-bed...

Baltimore County will spend about $3 million to renovate a building at the former Rosewood state hospital campus to create an "on-demand" drug treatment center, County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced Wednesday. The Owings Mills facility will have 70 beds and would accommodate about 300 people a year, he said.

Annual flag display fundraiser at Charlestown canceled for this year

A portrait of U.S. Marine Mike Foster hangs from a flag in the Field of Honor held at Charlestown Retirement Community in 2013. A portrait of U.S. Marine Mike Foster hangs from a flag in the Field of Honor held at Charlestown Retirement Community in 2013.

CCBC to open Hilton Mansion as part of Catonsville Home and Garden Tour

CCBC campus director Joan Swiston gives a tour of the Hilton Center, a restored historic mansion, after a $6.5 million renovation, on Jan. 19. CCBC campus director Joan Swiston gives a tour of the Hilton Center, a restored historic mansion, after a $6.5 million renovation, on Jan. 19. The Catonsville Historical Society's Home and Garden Tour on Saturday May 5, offers a special stopover this year: the newly renovated historic Hilton Mansion. The building, one of Catonsville's original estates , was recently remade into a student center off Campus Drive at the Community College of Baltimore County, Catonsville.

Fatal crash illuminates traffic worries along Ellicott City thoroughfare

A sign placed in the 8500 block of Main Street in Ellicott City on Tuesday, a day after a fatal accident in the neighborhood. A sign placed in the 8500 block of Main Street in Ellicott City on Tuesday, a day after a fatal accident in the neighborhood.

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