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Plans for Catonsville Y expansion and a 140-unit Brightview Senior Living residence passed the final public hearing.
Councilman Tom Quirk and Del. James Malone join students for Election Night Extravaganza event.
Final hearing on plans for 140-unit senior housing scheduled for Planned Unit Development hearing meeting scheduled for 10 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 8.
Lines were long but moved smoothly at the Bloomsbury Community Center.
A Catonsville Patch guide to upcoming events in the area.
A computer model developed by Johns Hopkins University engineer predicts power outages expected from 'Frankenstorm' Sandy.
A phone call tip allowed the editor to score big with internet gambling parlor raid.
Crews will be patching road in project that will last as long as temperatures permit.
Ramp from inner loop to eastbound Security Boulevard closed on weeknights for the next month.
The Baltimore County Department of Health is targeting areas where cases of human West Nile Virus infection has been reported.
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