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Dundalk Patch Year in Review: September to December 2011

Patch reflects on the year that was.

September 27:

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:

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:

Months after RG Steel finalized the of the historic Sparrows Point steel mill, previous owner Severstal is suing over a $125 million cash payment.

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:

Movie monsters, jack-o'-lanterns and frontyard graveyards have sprung up in Dundalk neighborhoods

Sports

November 2:

The 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:

With the cold weather setting in, George and Elsie Creighton received a desperately needed new heater to warm their Dundalk home.

November 14:

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:

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.



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