Dundalk Patch Year in Review: September to December 2011
Patch reflects on the year that was.
September 27:Watersedge Festival
For my family, the Watersedge Fall Festival represented a chance to be together, enjoy the rides and enjoy delicious fair food for the last time of the season.
September 28:Dundalk Parents Educate Public About Batten Disease
Nick's Battle Foundation, formed by Dundalk residents John and Tina Heuchan, holds events to raise funds for research in honor of their son.
October 11:RG Steel in Court Over Sparrows Point Sale
Forbes, citing a filing in U.S. District Court, reported Friday that RG Steel is trying to cut the $125 million cash payment to $1.9 million.
October 31: Dundalk Decorates for Halloween
Movie monsters, jack-o'-lanterns and frontyard graveyards have sprung up in Dundalk neighborhoods
November 2: Boys Soccer Playoffs: Dundalk Beats Glenelg 3-2
The Dundalk boys soccer team rallied in the second half to defeat visiting Glenelg in the second round of the 2A state soccer tournament with a 3-2 victory.
The Owls team earned a bye in the first round of the tournament due to its strong 8-3 regular season record, while the Gladiators beat Chesapeake 4-0 in the opening round.
November 9: Retired Dundalk Couple Receives New Furnace
With the cold weather setting in, George and Elsie Creighton received a desperately needed new heater to warm their Dundalk home.
Despite stellar defensive play, the Dundalk Owls were unable to pull off an upset against top-seeded Edmondson losing, 22-6, in a Class 2A North playoff game Saturday at Poly High School.
December 19:Police Shoot Suspect in Dundalk Home Invasion
A man was shot by Baltimore County police after a woman called to report that there was a masked, armed suspect inside her home on the 3200 block of Wallford Ave. Monday morning.