November 29, 2005
Loan officer Kimberlye Lamana never planned to preen or pose. But last weekend found the 35-year-old Dundalkian proudly leaning forward and pursing her lips for the camera. Step aside, Sports Illustrated. Cameraman Joe Giordano moved around Lamana, intently snapping shots and cajoling her. The best photo will become the November fold of the "Girls of Dundalk" calendar, which is due out in late December. The calendar is Giordano's brainchild - his proof that women from Dundalk don't fit the "good ol' girl" stereotype they're given.
May 6, 2012
Regarding Arthur Hirsch 's thorough article ("Plans for old distillery stir controversy in Dundalk," May 3), I would submit some additional relevant information. First, the rezoning of the property as requested by developer John Vontran and the meetings that were conducted on his behalf by the Dundalk Renaissance Corp. raise concerns. One of those meetings was a private one held at the DRC. That meeting was announced in an e-mail to selected members of the community sent by Scott Holupka, a board member of the DRC and a member of the Baltimore County Planning Board.
June 2, 2010
I'm writing in response to Peter Hermann's article "Odd Crime Tales Rise Again In Dundalk" (May 30). Dundalk the home of the uneducated? This is what is wrong with our society. If you don't have an education, you're stupid. It takes just as much brain power to become an auto mechanic, a carpenter, electrician, a ship builder, etc., as it does to become a doctor or a lawyer. When did it begin that if you didn't become a college grad, you were stupid? Where are our trades?
July 1, 2010
Two were just not enough. It was inevitable: After the Epic Dundalk Bar Crawl Parts I and II, there would have to be a third attempt to unlock the mysteries of Dundalk's bar scene. Thus, I am pleased to unveil the Epic Dundalk Bar Crawl Part III: The Return of the Midnight Sons. It was a homecoming and a new adventure, all rolled into one. A small group of friends and readers of my nightlife blog, Midnight Sun, set out to explore the colorful, welcoming bars in and around Dundalk.
June 12, 2010
An unidentified teen drowned Saturday near a Dundalk park The name, age and home address of the youth were being withheld pending notification of next of kin, Baltimore County police said. Baltimore County Emergency Medical Services director Kyrle Preis said the young man was pulled from the water by members of a dive team from the Middle River Volunteer Ambulance Rescue Company. The county Fire Department received a call at 11:36 a.m. about a teenager missing in the water off Inverness Park, according to Preis.
July 6, 2012
A Dundalk man died Friday after the motorcycle he was operating struck a Dodge pickup truck turning in front of him, Baltimore County police report. The operator of the 1994 Suzuki Ninja motorcycle, Donald Gray Snyder 4 t h , 35, of the 1900 block of Searles Road, was northbound on Lynch Road when a southbound Dodge Ram began to turn left onto Diehlwood Road, police said. The motorcycle struck the right front wheel area of the truck, according to police. Snyder was in cardiac arrest when police and fire responded to the scene at 5:18 p.m., and was pronounced dead after being taken to Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital.