Reisterstown Week in Review: Tool Thefts, Stein Interview, Fabulous Franklin Freshman
Here's a look back at the past week's top stories.
Police Blotter: Multiple Tool Thefts in Owings Mills: Multiple burglaries and a unique attempted armed robbery highlighted the week’s police roundup.
Sacred Heart School Raises Over $2K for Community Crisis Center: Sacred Heart’s impressive school-wide fundraiser participation led to an impressive donation bound for a grateful Reisterstown organization.
New Development Proposed on Dolfield, Red Run Boulevards: St. John Properties and Merritt Properties will propose re-zoning land from industrial to commercial use, Patch learned at last week’s ROG Coordinating Council meeting.
Who's Behind the Counter: Matt Roberts and Rachael Theriault at American Kenpo Karate: Patch introduced you to two individuals dedicated to impacting the lifestyle of both kids and adults in a positive way.
Stein Talks Budget Cuts, Owings Mills Development, Republican Primaries: Our one-on-one with District 11 Del. Dana Stein.
Humane Society Offering Pet Bereavement Support Group: The Baltimore Humane Society is providing a forum for grieving pet owners to share their experiences and discuss the challenges of losing what they call a ‘member of their family.’
Indians Freshman Lamb Mature Beyond His Years: Isaiah Lamb surprised himself by making Franklin's varsity basketball squad this fall. Already impressed, his teammates and coaches foresee even greater things for the freshman in the future.