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Tuition rates and fees for In-county, out-of-county and out-of-state students will all go up next semester.
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The Students for Animal Welfare and Jogging clubs at Catonsville Middle School held a 1.3-mile run Friday to benefit the Maryland SPCA.
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The school will use the money to update its technology.
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Michelle Ray's "Falling for Hamlet," based on William Shakespeare's "Hamlet," will be the focus of the event for club members and CHS students interested in literature, writing or Shakespeare.
Two Catonsville schools will drop off food and supplies donations at the Maryland SPCA in Baltimore Friday.
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A K-9 unit is on the scene as the Baltimore County Police Department searches for a suspect.
Sean McComb was declared the winner at a Monday afternoon ceremony at George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology in Towson.
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The performances are set for May 9-10.
The Baltimore County Executive speaks about his outburst with senior citizens who heckled him at a school groundbreaking.
The Baltimore County Public Schools calendar had initially listed the closing date as June 18.
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