Last week, family, friends, and community members congregated at Hope Evangelical Lutheran Church in Essex to host a prayer vigil for Brooklynn Hays, a 16-year-old Eastern Technical High School student who has been missing since Sept. 30.
Perry Hall-based Rosedale Federal Savings & Loan Association has announced the opening of a new branch in Dundalk at 1301 Merritt Blvd. The branch was officially opened to the public on Oct. 9.
Last Wednesday, Tradepoint Atlantic (TPA) hosted an event to celebrate and acknowledge the environmental remediation of the tin mill canal.
35 years ago today: (from the Avenue News of October 8, 1983)
Chesapeake was three points away from being swept by visiting Sparrows Point last week. Three points away from yet another discouraging loss to the Pointers.
Perfect through its first three games, the Kenwood football team couldn’t afford to be anything less when it hosted perennial Baltimore County power Franklin on Friday.
If you’re looking for a good fright this Halloween season, Bennett’s Curse, named one of the Travel Channel’s Scariest Haunted Attractions in America, is sure to get your heart racing.
Disney On Ice’s newest show, Mickey’s Search Party, is set to hit the ice at the Royal Farms Arena Wednesday – Sunday, October 10 – 14, for nine performances. Your favorite characters from Frozen, Beauty and the Beast, Coco and more will be on hand to entertain audiences on ice and even in the air.
For a good dose of fall family fun, be sure to take time to visit the Beachmont Corn Maze in Kingsville. This year’s theme is the Wild West, and visitors will definitely get into the spirit as they wind their way through the six-acre interactive corn maze.
Recently, Senator Johnny Ray Salling; Delegate Bob Long; Delegate Ric Metzgar; and Councilman Todd Crandell were invited to the White House to attend the Delaware & Maryland Legislators White House Conference. Paul M. Blitz, Delegate Metzgar’s Chief of Staff was also invited to the confe…
As I travel the byways and highways of this beautiful and historic state called Maryland, I can’t help but notice the litter and debris in the streets and along the highways. Yes, numerous alleys are also an eyesore and in some cases, can present health issues.
Education continues to be a main feature, in our daily newspapers and other media, especially where our schools are concerned. As students embark-on a new school year-the challenge to improve our schools continues in all areas.