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Volunteers in the News
An Ellicott City-based group that minds the Patapsco River watershed wins $500 from Patch.
Business, Readers' Choice
We know where you plan to buy flowers for Mothers Day. Now tell us where you plan to take your mom for brunch.
Government, Police & Fire, Patch's House & Home
The Maryland Court of Appeals has ruled that owners of pit bulls are liable for damages caused by attacks by the breed.
The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Family, friends and colleagues of Dr. Michael Pipkin gathered for a memorial service to reflect on his life following his death from esophageal cancer on April 5.
Volunteers in the News, Patch's House & Home
St. Peter Lutheran Church among those to benefit from work of volunteers.
Government, Local Connections
Maryland veterans talk about getting passed over for jobs—and how to change that.
Natural Resources Police department is the enforcement arm of the Department of Natural Resources, and much more.
Christopher E. Fatkin, 20, allegedly ran onto the field of an Orioles game during the seventh-inning stretch on Friday night.
Jessika Heiser, known as Jessie Kaye in MCW, is pursuing an education at Towson University while also working to achieve her dream of becoming a pro wrestler.
Here's a look back at the week in Dundalk news and information.
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