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By Jon Meoli, jmeoli@tribune.com | June 19, 2012
After sitting dormant for over a year, a new restaurant opening next week at the old Sanders Corner will aim to bring a bit of buzz to the Loch Raven reservoir area. McFaul's Ironhorse Tavern at Sanders Corner will open Friday, June 29. "It's been a great few months getting this together," said co-owner Glenn McFaul, of Towson, to a crowd of county officials and local leaders who gathered for a "soft opening" on Tuesday, June 19. "It's been a lot of work," he said, "but we were able to put together a really good vision here to keep the tradition with Sanders alive.
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NEWS
By Howard Libit and Howard Libit,Sun Staff Writer | July 31, 1994
Police Officer Joe Cunningham patrols a beat unlike any other in city jurisdiction.His territory is larger than two Baltimore police districts combined, and although he is armed and has full arrest powers, his duties bear little resemblance to those of urban officers.Patrolling alone, Officer Cunningham guards the 6,500 acres of the Loch Raven Reservoir watershed, a maze of forested paths and muddy fire trails. He is a 20-year veteran of the Baltimore City Watershed Police, the little-known Department of Public Works force that patrols the city's three sources of drinking water -- the Loch Raven, Prettyboy and Liberty reservoir areas, a total of 17,000 acres in Baltimore and Carroll counties.
NEWS
June 28, 2011
The recent article about rules and regulations at Loch Raven Reservoir ("Think before you leap," June 25) was very informative and was an important reminder for citizens using the reservoir. The public needs to abide by the rules in order to preserve our drinking water and for safety reasons, too. Bikers, hikers, nature photographers, birdwatchers and any other groups or individuals need to work together to support the laws put into place so that we can enjoy our beautiful Loch Raven in a respectful manner.
SPORTS
August 23, 2002
The locations Piney Run: Troll nightcrawlers at 18 to 30 feet for jumbo perch, slab bluegills and good-size catfish. The biggest bluegills are schooling up in the deepest parts of the lake. Early morning anglers are hooking 1- to 3-pound largemouth bass on spinnerbaits, surface lures and Sinkos, says Jim Gronaw at the park office. Chad Dawson, 13, caught a 4.2-pound, 20-inch bucketmouth on a double-bladed spinnerbait from the shoreline. There's a session of moonlight fishing today, 6 p.m.-midnight.
NEWS
By Kevin Rector and Kevin Rector,kevin.rector@baltsun.com | August 29, 2008
To hunt or not to hunt is no longer a question. The overabundant deer population in the forests around Loch Raven Reservoir will be culled by hunters for the first time this fall and winter, state and local officials said at a public meeting on the much-debated issue last night at Loch Raven High School. About 225 people filled the school auditorium to hear officials outline the new hunting policy, which animal rights activists have successfully blocked for years. The deer inhabit an area that can't support the current population, said Kurt Kocher, a spokesman for the Baltimore Department of Public Works.
NEWS
By Liz Atwood and Liz Atwood,SUN STAFF | November 19, 1998
Visionary engineers, tough local development regulations -- and a stroke of luck -- might have spared Loch Raven Reservoir from filling in with sediment these last 75 years, extending the life of the water supply and saving taxpayers from costly dredging.Officials with the Maryland Geological Survey, working with federal and local agencies on the most comprehensive study of area reservoirs, found the capacity of Loch Raven has not significantly diminished since 1923 -- contrary to the fears of environmentalists.
EXPLORE
November 17, 2011
Send sports notices a minimum of two weeks before the requested publication date to Patuxent Publishing/NC Sports Notices, Third floor, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21278; e-mail tworgo@patuxent.com . Include date, time, location, contact information and subsection. Competitive Cockeysville Rec offers aerobics . Classes held at Padonia International and Pot Spring Elementary schools. 410-887-7734 or http://www.cockeysvillerec.org. Team registrations are being accepted for the Northwest Area Tip-Off Youth Basketball Tournament, Dec. 2-4, in 7-8 to 13-14 age groups.
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November 16, 2011
Send sports notices a minimum of two weeks before the requested publication date to Patuxent Publishing/TT Sports Notices, Third floor, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21278; e-mail tworgo@patuxent.com . Include date, time, location, contact information and subsection. Competitive Kelly Post girls lacrosse registration opens for returning players Dec. 1 on first-come, first-serve basis. Open registration for new players begins Dec. 15. Registration closes when teams are full or on Jan. 31. http://www.leaguelineup.com/welcome.asp?
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February 22, 2012
Send sports notices a minimum of two weeks before the requested publication date to Patuxent Publishing/TT Sports Notices, Third floor, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21278; e-mail tworgo@tribune.com . Include date, time, location, contact information and subsection. Competitive Lutherville Timonium Rec men's slow pitch softball seeks teams for spring league. Program runs from May to mid August. tjharrington51@netscape.net or 443-847-1072. 12U Towson Tigers baseball team seeks players for 2012 season.
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December 15, 2011
Send sports notices a minimum of two weeks before the requested publication date to Patuxent Publishing/NC Sports Notices, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21278; email tworgo@patuxent.com . Include date, time, location, contact information and subsection. Rec Councils Prettyboy Rec meets second Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Prettyboy Elementary School. 410-887-1938 or prettyboyrecreationcouncil.com. Hereford Zone Rec meets fourth Wednesday, 7 p.m., Hereford High.
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