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ESSEX — Essex resident, 17-year-old Kimi Cook, jumps onto the literary scene with her debut novel, The Ghosts in the Garage published on Jan. 31.

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This past week the Avenue News received a beautiful wooden cross from the First Lutheran Church on Oakwood road. This little cross is just one of thousands that have been given to people in all 50 states and 46 countries around the world. Regardless of our readers religious beliefs, we hope …

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In honor of “Make A Difference Day” on October 26,2019, The American Legion Auxiliary Unit #183 delivered flowers to the Loch Raven Genesis Center for Breast Cancer Awareness month.

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MIDDLE RIVER — There are many veterans in Baltimore County the Avenue News honors and thanks for their service defending our country’s freedoms. Otto Mrok is just one of the county’s veterans who represents many others who served during the Vietnam War.

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ESSEX — October was Kindness Matters Month for Baltimore County Public Schools. This month is deemed Mind Over Matters Month. Both of these initiatives strive to create a strong sense of community and a support system among students and staff at all BCPS schools.

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ESSEX — An Essex native has become a leader and a beacon of hope for disabled veterans throughout the country, thanks to his tremendous willpower and his loyal furry companion.

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ESSESX — The Essex-Holly Neck Memorial VFW Post #2621 will hold its annual All Services Ball on Saturday November 9, from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Post Home located at 206 Riverside Road off Mace Avenue in Essex.

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ESSEX, MIDDLE RIVER — A group of talented seniors from the Essex Senior Center and the Victory Villa Senior Center were chosen to present their art work at this year’s Power of Age Expo in Timonium yesterday.

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WHITE MARSH — A group of men are staying young at heart by competing and winning some major awards in national paintball tournaments.

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MIDDLE RIVER — Sometimes stepping out of the classroom, putting away the textbooks and traveling to different places allows for children to fully comprehend what they are learning in school.