Owings Mills/Reisterstown Patch: Our Best Local Stories From 2022


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2022 was a momentous year, and Patch was thrilled to spend it covering the news that matters in the Owings Mills community. A midterm election, countless school events, community projects, car accidents, fires, and more made the headlines in 2022. Here is a collection of the best stories Patch covered this year from around Owings Mills and Reisterstown.

Watching over local government and planning departments is a Key service Patch provides to the community. Here are some of our best local government stories from 2022.

Local infrastructure changes frequently go uncovered by statewide media outlets. In 2022, Patch kept readers informed about the ongoing projects and improvements happening around Owings Mills.  

The Owings Mills Patch visited many exciting events and venues in 2022. These stories highlight the excellent work done by volunteers and community organizers that help make Owings Mills and Reisterstown stand out. 

Local schools also made headlines in 2022, with Stevenson University launching a men's beach volleyball team and Reisterstown students reviving a century-old tradition. 

Firefighters, Baltimore County Police, and local emergency services frequently found themselves in the news this year.

A stabbing at an Owings Mills laundromat left the community shocked and appalled in November. 

Police also released the body camera footage from a tragic accident that killed an Owings Mills teenager. 

One of the most surprising and charming moments from this year came when a bear was spotted roaming around Owings Mills boulevard.

The Owings Mills/Reisterstown Patch is incredibly thankful for the new connections we made in 2022, and we are striving to make 2023 our best year yet. 

Thanks to all the readers and businesses who supported us through 2022 and our community contributors who donated their time to help make our coverage even better.

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