Towson

Police: Woman Faked Armed Carjacking Report at Towson Town Center

2
Towson Town Center

Police in Baltimore County have charged a Parkville woman with essentially wasting their time with an elaborate report of an attempted gunpoint carjacking at the mall last week.

Construction Begins on $125 Million Circle East Development in Towson

1
Yesterday’s groundbreaking marked the beginning of construction of Circle East at the intersection of York Road and Joppa Road.

The intersection of York and Joppa roads has been considered the center of Towson since Ezekiel Towson opened a hotel and tavern there in the 18th century, and a group of developers wants to keep it that way.

‘Walking in Antarctica’: Artist Helen Glazer Presents Images from Tour

0
A work by Helen Glazer at Goucher College’s Rosenberg Gallery this month.

In 2015, artist Helen Glazer spent seven weeks exploring the Antarctic wilderness with her camera, studying ice formations and the complex interactions between wind, water and sun that sculpt the region’s frozen landscape. Her resulting exhibition of photographs and sculpture, entitled “Walking in Antarctica,” is now on view at Goucher College’s Rosenberg Gallery through Dec. 18.

The Charmery is Expanding to Towson

0
Photo by Ethan McLeod

North Baltimore’s favorite sweet spot is opening a location just north of the city.

Towson Hosts 21st Annual Baltimore County African American Cultural Festival

0

The Baltimore County African American Cultural Festival (BCAACF) presents its 21st annual event on Saturday, September 16.

Making a Lutherville Connection

0

When Pikesville native Jayne Havens returned to the Baltimore area, after living in Washington, D.C. for a number of years, she was hoping to expand her social circle. A young mother of two children, Sid, 4, and Ivy, eight weeks old, she wanted to connect with other young Jewish families in and around Lutherville.

Why I’m Walking the Runway… Kennedy Krieger Institute Volunteer Cynthia Cavanaugh Struts With Purpose

0

“I am passionate about Kennedy Krieger Institute and happy to support them in any way I can. The work done at Kennedy Krieger Institute is amazing and supports so many different families from around the world. Once you witness a child working hard to get better at Kennedy Krieger Institute, you will definitely be inspired.” – Cynthia Cavanaugh (pictured with her daughter, volunteering at the Institute).

Why I’m Walking the Runway…Megan Silcott Scheduled to Slay at the Fall Fête

0


“To help spread awareness about spinal cord injuries. It shows that even though I have experienced something significant in my life, I am not limited and can accomplish anything I put my mind to.” – Megan Silcott.

At 16 years old Megan was diagnosed with Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis, an autoimmune illness that deteriorated the myelin sheath on her entire spinal cord and part of the left side of her brain.