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About: Catonsville, MD

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 Courier
Local Sports Teams: Bays, Baltimore Tribe, Baltimore Blast, Baltimore Bayhawks, Baltimore Orioles, Baltimore Ravens
Local Colleges: State UniversityUniversity of Maryland—Baltimore County

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

Catonsville News
Portion of Patapsco Valley becomes state's 13th certified heritage area

Members of the board of Patapsco Heritage Greenway include, from left, Oella resident Steve Stannard, Catonsville resident Victoria Goodman and president John Slater, of Columbia, are shown at the Thomas Viaduct near the border between Baltimore and Howard counties. Members of the board of Patapsco Heritage Greenway include, from left, Oella resident Steve Stannard, Catonsville resident Victoria Goodman and president John Slater, of Columbia, are shown at the Thomas Viaduct near the border between Baltimore and Howard counties.

6 Cars stolen, 3 were left idling to warm-up

Baltimore County police are warning residents around the Catonsville and Arbutus areas to be mindful when leaving their cars running to "warm up" in the morning after a rash of thefts. Six cars have been stolen a different times of the day in the Highland Village Townhomes area since Dec. 21, according to a note from Baltimore County Police.

AT&T Boosts Coverage in Catonsville

Today, AT&T is excited to announce 4G LTE enhancements in Catonsville, boosting coverage around the intersection of I-695 and Crosby Road. What does this mean? Residents and businesses can expect faster, improved service.

New leader for Catonsville's chamber of commerce

Cathy Schneider, the new president of the Greater Catonsville Chamber of Commerce, is shown at her Edible Arrangements store in Catonsville. Cathy Schneider, the new president of the Greater Catonsville Chamber of Commerce, is shown at her Edible Arrangements store in Catonsville.

Icy Roads Possible Overnight in Reisterstown

The National Weather Service issued a special weather statement Sunday night for several counties in central Maryland, including Baltimore, notifying travelers of possibly icy conditions. With temperatures dipping into the upper 20s and low 30s overnight, the weather service said untreated roads may freeze and ice over.

Community colleges support Obama's proposal

For the last three years, Samantha Bushee has relied on Pell grants and state scholarships to pay tuition at the Community College of Baltimore County so she can achieve her dream of becoming a psychologist. But that aid-which comes to about $3,000 a semester for the Baltimore resident-doesn't cover her books or other school-related expenses.

Crash by Catonsville on Inner Loop Slowed Friday Morning Rush

The crash was reported at 8:01 a.m. before the exit for MD 144/Frederick Road, according to the Coordinated Highways Action Response Team , which said all lanes closed after the collision. At 8:16 a.m., CHART reported that two lanes had opened.

Family pleads for public's help in unsolved Balto. Co. homicide

The mother and brother of a man killed outside a Woodlawn bar in September pleaded on Wednesday for the public's help in solving the killing. Donyue Faison, 22, was fatally shot the night of Sept.

Catonsville native Ebersole prepares for new life as a legislator

Newly-elected State Del. Eric Ebersole, of Maryland's 12th District, begins to settle into his new office in the House of Delegates building in Annapolis a week before the General Assembly session begins.

Mount de Sales alumnae cast in reality show with 80s boy band

Angie Johnson, left, poses with childhood friend Angie Kennard, right, at Mount de Sales Academy, where the two women graduated from high school in 1993. They were cast in a reality show about 1980s boy band New Kids on the Block.

Catonsville Co-op Preschool to Hold Open House

The Catonsville Cooperative School, a parent-operated, non-profit preschool founded in 1944, will be hosting an open house on January 24 from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. Come and learn about our parent-participation programs for 2-, 3- and 4-year olds, and how you can participate in your child's early education. If you are interested in attending, please send email to membership@catonsvillecoop.org or call 410-747-0218 and leave a message.

Oella Avenue will close for two weeks for repair of retaining wall

Oella Avenue will close for two weeks beginning Monday, Jan. 12 for the repair of a retaining wall at Pleasant Hill Road in the Oella community of Catonsville, according to a Jan. 6 press release from Baltimore County. A failure in a 12-foot section of the stone wall was found in August and repairs had been planned for early this year, the release said.

TIA sets dates for Baltimore, Denver CTS classes

The Tire Industry Association has scheduled multiple three- and four-day sessions in Baltimore and Denver for the 2015 Certified Commercial Tire Service Instructor Training and Certification Program. All Baltimore classes are scheduled at the Community College of Baltimore County in Catonsville, Md.

New market study, "Fiberight LLC - Oil & Gas - Deals and Alliances Profile", has been published

The company generates biofuels from post-recycled municipal solid wastes and other organic feedstock. It converts industrial and municipal solid wastes into cellulosic ethanol and biogas using proprietary sorting, pulping, enzymatic hydrolysis and recycling technology.

Room for improvement, even in Paradise

Paradise residents, from left, Joe and Pat Pallozzi, Christopher Winters, Lila and Stuart Merenbloom and Judy Boitz are among the members of the Paradise Community Association enjoying their recognition by the Greater Catonsville Chamber of Commerce for their organization's revitalization... Paradise residents, from left, Joe and Pat Pallozzi, Christopher Winters, Lila and Stuart Merenbloom and Judy Boitz are among the members of the Paradise Community Association enjoying their recognition by the Greater Catonsville Chamber of Commerce for their organization's revitalization... Separated from Catonsville's main street on Frederick Road by the bridge above Interstate 695, the Paradise community has long been viewed as the stepchild of Catonsville.

New business group hopes to revitalize Arbutus

Catonsville developer Steve Whalen, right, is joined by fellow members of the Arbutus Commercial Revitalization Group, from left, Bobbie Foster, Debbie SeBour, Terry Nolan and Tim McIntre on a walk along East Drive in downtown Arbutus. Whalen plans to develop a nearby property to include a... Catonsville developer Steve Whalen, right, is joined by fellow members of the Arbutus Commercial Revitalization Group, from left, Bobbie Foster, Debbie SeBour, Terry Nolan and Tim McIntre on a walk along East Drive in downtown Arbutus.

Bull and riders visit Hopkins pediatric patients

It was part of a long-standing partnership between the housing provider for critically ill children and the Professional Bull Riders Inc., an organization that attracts 2.5 million fans each year to live, nationally televised events. The riders offer the children encouragement and a behind-the-scenes look at their fast-growing sport.