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Catonsville

(kā`tənzvĭl), uninc. city (1990 pop. 35,233), Baltimore co., N Md., a suburb of Baltimore. The town is known for the "Catonsville Nine," a group of opponents of the Vietnam War who destroyed draft records there in 1968 in protest against the conflict. The Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County, is in the city.
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has honored the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) in Catonsville, Maryland for applying innovative automotive training techniques aimed at narrowing the gap between the supply and demand for skilled automotive technicians in today's workforce.
Pre Bid Conference: Wednesday, April 8, 2015 at 10:00 AM Spring Grove Hospital Center (SGHC), 55 Wade Avenue, Catonsville, Maryland 21228; Building Maintenance Mall, Conference Room.
Catonsville participated in a "Peace Path" that stretched through Baltimore, with people silently holding signs saying "Peace" in different languages.
That's why Tasty Baking Company is hosting a grand re-opening event in its Catonsville, Maryland Thrift Outlet Store complete with free cake giveaways, and much more.
Erickson Retirement Communities has been based in Catonsville, MD, since 1983.
Catonsville reports on one session of the study materials from Challenging Corporate Power, Assert the People's Rights at each of its regular meetings.
Other Baltimore County Savings branches include Catonsville, Dundalk and Essex in Baltimore County as well as offices located in Abingdon, Bel Air, Forest Hill and the Hickory area of Harford County, Maryland.
IT - Invitation to Bid (ITB):Provision of Catonsville Community Park Trail
Catonsville heard from a member about the protest at the School of the Americas and her time in jail afterward, and saw the large puppets she made to carry in the procession.
Baltimore County Savings Bank was formed in 1955 and currently has ten offices located in Perry Hall, Bel Air, Dundalk, Timonium, Catonsville, Essex, Abingdon, Forest Hill, White Marsh and Hickory.
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For Women's History Month, Baltimore and Catonsville co-sponsored an event highlighting "Black Nuns in a Slave Society" at UMBC.