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3 hrs ago | Dundalk Eagle
Led by a color guard of veterans from American Legion Post 38, Dundalkians paused at the memorial in Veterans Park to remember Pearl Harbor Day on Saturday.
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7 hrs ago | Dundalk Eagle
11 hrs ago | Patch.com
As fall approaches winter and Dundalk nature photographer Jimmy Rode continues his digital exploration of North Point State Park and other parks around the area, one thing has become quite apparent: the birds captured on "film" sure look like they're wearing their winter coats.
14 hrs ago | Dundalk Eagle
The United Way of Central Maryland has held its annual Harvest of Plenty program for the past 21 years, but Ashley Gorby of the United Way said there was a greater-than-usual need for the program this season.
18 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun
Two pedestrians were struck and killed by cars in separate incidents in Joppa and Dundalk Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, authorities said.
Dundalk nature photographer Jimmy Rode offers another gift to the community in the form of this photo of an eastern bluebird.
In Maryland, summer is for crabs, fall is for the Ravens and spring is for lacrosse.
By Jenni Pompi Since a winter storm watch was issued Friday, Maryland could be getting its first December snowfall this weekend.
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After Ravens running back Ray Rice made a post on Facebook about alleged bullying of a boy at Dundalk High School, Baltimore County school officials said Thursday that it had "thoroughly investigated" the situation.
"It allows the process to move forward. There will still be community input meetings as part of the PUD process," Olszewski explained.
The public is invited to join the Community College of Baltimore County Dundalk campus' family Thursday when it lights its Christmas tree.
The Wise Avenue Volunteer Fire Company will once again host its annual Christmas train garden through January 5. file photo/Roland Dorsey by John G. Bailey Christmas and tradition go together.
With Thanksgiving behind us and Christmas still ahead, the Dundalk Chamber of Commerce continues its giving ways with its "Holidays Are For Giving" food drive.