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  1. Scathing report calls for independent investigation into Baltimore County Animal ServicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 3 | The Baltimore Sun

    A man signs a petition calling for stronger animal abuse laws in Baltimore County at an Arbutus vigil for a dog named Oscar on Jan. 14, after a Facebook post alleging that the dog died because its owner left it outside in the cold went viral. A man signs a petition calling for stronger animal abuse laws in Baltimore County at an Arbutus vigil for a dog named Oscar on Jan. 14, after a Facebook post alleging that the dog died because its owner left it outside in the cold went viral.

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  2. From swift-water rescues to fighting brush fires, Arbutus Volunteer...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 1 | The Baltimore Sun

    Motors had to be in working order, generators had to be topped off and tire pressures had to be checked. Sump pumps had to be in working order and, crucially, boats and paddles had to be ready to go.

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  3. 'An especially tough year': Howard County salutes fallen firefighters with bells, bagpipesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 30 | The Baltimore Sun

    Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services' 3rd Annual Honor and Remembrance Ceremony for Fire and EMS Services is celebrated at the Garden of Valor at Crest Lawn Memorial Gardens. Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services' 3rd Annual Honor and Remembrance Ceremony for Fire and EMS Services is celebrated at the Garden of Valor at Crest Lawn Memorial Gardens.

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  4. New Concerned Citizens of Greater Arbutus group plans cleanup for Oct. 6Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 25 | The Baltimore Sun

    Kim Cugle Blair, Mindy Winkler and Jen Gower, organizers of Concerned Citizens of Greater Arbutus, at a mid-September community meeting discussing the upcoming cleanup. Kim Cugle Blair, Mindy Winkler and Jen Gower, organizers of Concerned Citizens of Greater Arbutus, at a mid-September community meeting discussing the upcoming cleanup.

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  5. 'Art for Life' exhibit connects survivors of attempted...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 24 | The Baltimore Sun

    The coaster project, like others on display in the Art for Life exhibit, seeks a greater understanding of suicide and suicide loss In the center of the Art for Life exhibit at The Baltimore County Arts Guild in Arbutus is what looks like a crowded coffee table. The cube, aptly titled "The Coaster Project," sits about knee-high off the floor and is covered in roughly 40 coasters and 20 drinking glasses.

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  6. The Sun Remembers: This Week in Maryland Sports History for Sept. 16-22Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 16 | The Baltimore Sun

    Quarterback Vinny Testaverde signals to a teammate before being brought down by the Tennessee Oilers' Joe Bowden during the Ravens' 36-10 win Sept. 21, 1997, in Memphis.

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  7. Academies of Fencing brings razor-sharp entertainment to CatonsvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

    Dax Mikow, a seventh-grader at Arbutus Middle School, tried different sports in elementary school but couldn't find one that felt right. Finally, about two years ago, his mother told him there was a fencing club in Catonsville that might be worth a shot.

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  8. On first day: new Lansdowne Elementary opens; Lansdowne High closed due to lack of air-conditioningRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 4, 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

    Hundreds of students excitedly flocked into the brand new air-conditioned Lansdowne Elementary building on the first day of the school year Tuesday morning. As hundreds of students excitedly flocked into the brand new air-conditioned Lansdowne Elementary building on the first day of the school year Tuesday morning, a little more than 1 mile away, Lansdowne High School was closed due to a lack of air conditioning on what was predicted to be a 90-degree-plus day, and parents were steamed.

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  9. Taming motorcycling's hazardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 4, 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

    Motorcyclists learn how to ride safer during the Cycle Rider Safety Training Program through the Illinois Department of Transportation. Motorcyclists learn how to ride safer during the Cycle Rider Safety Training Program through the Illinois Department of Transportation.

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  10. Maryland State Fair expects increased attendance this yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 2, 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

    For over a century and a quarter, Marylanders have been flocking to Timonium every summer for a taste of all the wonderful stuff the Free State has to offer. You want prize-winning cows, huge pumpkins, thrilling amusement rides, thoroughbred racing and the chance to win a stuffed panda bear? Of course you do.

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  11. For local students, Maryland State Fair is a chance to competeRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 31, 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

    Abby Warner, of Arbutus, poses with her first-place acryillic painting at the Maryland State Fair. Abby Warner, of Arbutus, remembers the first time she walked around the Maryland State Fairgrounds about five or six years ago, 7 or 8 years old and said she was caught up in the excitement of being in the fair, and "not really worrying how much how I actually placed."

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  12. The gender gap is real - for crabsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 31, 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

    I was asking, of course, about crab - possibly the only animal that requires you to specify a gender while ordering. Gearing up for Labor Day weekend, I called 34 crab houses to get an idea of the average price for steamed crabs in the Baltimore area, updating a project my predecessors on The Sun's data team had published back in 2016.

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  13. Candidates for Baltimore County executive say they support a new Lansdowne High SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 31, 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

    The two candidates for Baltimore County executive - Republican Al Redmer Jr. and Democrat John "Johnny O" Olszewski Jr. - said they would support the construction of a new Lansdowne High School. The two candidates for Baltimore County executive - Republican Al Redmer Jr. and Democrat John "Johnny O" Olszewski Jr. - said they would support the construction of a new Lansdowne High School.

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  14. 'A hobbyist's unicorn': Arbutus man wins Mickey Mantle card worth an estimated $50,000Read the original story

    Aug 23, 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

    Chris Rothe, owner of Write Notepads and Co., shows off his baseball card collection and talks about some of the most valuable ones in it. Chris Rothe, owner of Write Notepads and Co., shows off his baseball card collection and talks about some of the most valuable ones in it.

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  15. Food brood: Catonsville Cooperative Market offers fresh local produce, sense of communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 22, 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

    Catonsville Cooperative Market board member Carri Beer, left, catches up with past board member Debbie Rosier, both of Catonsville, while they shop for groceries at the market on Aug. 7. Catonsville Cooperative Market board member Carri Beer, left, catches up with past board member Debbie Rosier, both of Catonsville, while they shop for groceries at the market on Aug. 7. For Robin Kessler, who serves as the distribution manager for the Catonsville Cooperative Market, every other Tuesday is a long, busy and even fruitful day.

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  16. Baltimore County awards nearly $1.5 million contract to build relief sewer in Academy HeightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

    David Bayer, left, and Kenneth Green speak at a community meeting in Academy Heights on Aug. 15. Baltimore County has awarded a nearly $1.5 million contract for construction of a relief sewer in the Academy Heights neighborhood of Catonsville. The relief sewer will replace existing 8-inch lines with 12- and 15-inch PVC piping in the areas around Stratford Road, Edmondson Avenue and Overbrook Road.

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  17. New yoga studio in Arbutus to hold grand opening Aug. 25Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

    The inaugural event at Keep it Simple Yoga, located at 5405 East Drive, will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will include free food, demonstration and introductory classes and discounts on class passes, owner Kathleen Wright said. Once opened, prices for a class will range from $18 for dropping in for a session to $104 for a monthly membership.

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  18. Elderly man killed in Arbutus fire, Baltimore County fire officials sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 12, 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

    The Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department responded to a fire at the 5500 block of Ashbourne Road around 6 p.m. Sunday. They extinguished the blaze in about 15 minutes, according to Capt.

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  19. Possible drowning reported in ParkvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 8, 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

    Elise Armacost, director of public affairs for the Baltimore County Fire Department, confirmed Wednesday afternoon that units from Parkville and Towson were dispatched at 3:15 p.m. to a possible drowning in the 9900 block of Finney Drive in Parkville. Armacost said her understanding was the adult male victim had not been transported to a hospital as of 3:45 p.m. She did not provide an age of the victim.

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  20. State announces $28.9 million project to replace Washington Boulevard bridge in ArbutusRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 23, 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

    The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration will begin a $28.9 million project late this month to replace the U.S. 1/Washington Boulevard bridge in Arbutus that traverses the CSX Transportation rail line. The bridge will remain open to traffic during three stages of construction, which is expected to be completed by the summer of 2021, according to the SHA.

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