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First, today’s weather:

Cooler with rain at times. High: 56 Low: 46.

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Here are the top three stories in Catonsville today:

  1. Yesterday, Mar. 16 at around 12 a.m., a man was shot at the 1100 block of Ingleside Avenue. Woodlawn Precinct officers arrived and transported the victim, who was in stable condition, to a local hospital for treatment. The area, near a bar and a gas station, has been the site of numerous shootings in the past few years, including the 2018 death of 26-year-old Andy Lymonne Jackson Connely of Catonsville. When asked about the area, the president of the Catonsville Community Association Kitty Honaker said “we’re seeing drugs. We’re seeing shootings.” (Press Release Desk; Fox Baltimore)
  2. On Mar. 15, the Baltimore County Government announced that yard materials will be collected separately for recycling from Baltimore County residents with “Y” days on their schedule starting Apr. 1 through as late as Dec. 14. The yard materials must be placed in heavy-duty paper lawn and leaf bags or otherwise bundled with non-plastic string. See the new schedule on the Bureau of Solid Waste Management’s website. (Press Release Desk)
  3. On Mar. 15, the Court of Appeals of Maryland ordered the Maryland State Board of Elections to delay the 2022 primary elections by three weeks due to the “ongoing lawsuits alleging that Maryland has unfair election districts.” The primary elections will now take place on Tuesday, Jul. 19. (Patch Maryland)

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Today in Catonsville:

  • Friends and Family Story Time, At Catonsville Branch of Baltimore County Public Library (10:00 AM)
  • Poetry Open Mic with Patti Ross, At the Catonsville Clubhouse (6:00 PM)

From my notebook:

  • Celebrate Patrick’s Day with the Baltimore County Arts Guild today through Saturday, Mar. 19 at Guinness Open Gate Brewery. View the link for details. (Instagram)
  • Be safe and sign up for BaltCo ALERT, the new emergency alert system for life-saving info during emergencies and disasters in Baltimore County! Click the link for more information. (Facebook)
  • Congratulations to high school lacrosse coach Clay White for being inducted into the National Interscholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association (NILCA) Hall of Fame! White is one of the founders of the Catonsville Indoor League and “a pioneer, innovator, and resource for the game of lacrosse in Maryland” according to NILCA vice president and event chairman John Kenney. (Baltimore Sun)

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