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40 Years ago (From The Dun­dalk Ea­gle of Au­gust 19, 1976):

Four po­lice of­fi­cers were con­nected with of­fenses while work­ing in Dun­dalk. An in­ter­nal in­ves­ti­ga­tion into the Bal­ti­more County Po­lice Dept. led by the Bal­ti­more County State’s At­tor­ney’s Of­fi­cer and the Bal­ti­more County Po­lice In­ter­nal In­ves­ti­ga­tion Di­vi­sion con­nected two of­fi­cers with mis­con­duct on the part of Dun­dalk Po­lice. They were sus­pended with­out pay. Two other po­lice of­fi­cers in the In­tel­li­gence Di­vi­sion re­signed af­ter in­ves­ti­ga­tions. Th­ese four brought the to­tal to seven po­lice of­fi­cers who were in­volved with or aware of bur­glar­ies in Dun­dalk be­tween 1966 and 1972 with- out re­port­ing it.

Church Home Hospi­tal and Bal­ti­more City Hospi­tal sub­mit­ted ap­pli­ca­tions for their plans to es­tab­lish an am­bu­la­tory health care cen­ter in the Dun­dalk com­mu­nity.

30 Years ago (From The Dun­dalk Ea­gle of Au­gust 21, 1986):

Con­gress­woman He­len Delich Bent­ley, rep­re­sen­ta­tives from the Dun­dalk Cham­ber of Com­merce, Dun­dalk Com­mu­nity Col­lege, Amer­i­can Le­gion Post 38, VFW Post 6694, The Dun­dalk Ea­gle and other lo­cal dig­ni­taries were treated to a tour of the USS Her­mitage af­ter greet­ing the crew when the ship ar­rived at the Spar­rows Point Ship­yard. The USS Her­mitage is a 9,000 ton dock land­ing ship.

Dun­dalk’s 11-12 All Stars were un­de­feated in a re­cent base­ball tour­na­ment. Team mem­bers in­cluded Kevin Mattern, Mark Hemelt, Daryl Ray, An­thony Adams, David Dears, Bob Gor­such, Kevin Campbell, Matt Gif­ford, Chris Don­ahue, Dave Wil­son, Rich Keller, Justin Gadom­ski and Chris Toland.

Rep. He­len Bent­ley’s “Buy Amer­ica” Amend­ment to the Sur­face Trans­porta­tion Reau­tho­riza­tion Bill was passed in the House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tives. The amend­ment ex­cluded the use of for­eign ce­ment ma­te­rial in the con­struc­tion of the na­tion’s roads. Bent­ley said that U.S. tax­pay­ers’ monies be spent in the U.S., not over­seas.

20 Years ago (From The Dun­dalk Ea­gle of Au­gust 19, 1996):

Del­e­gate John Ar­nick of the 7{sup}th{/sup} dis­trict said that the Mary­land Gen­eral As­sem­bly was mak­ing plans to re­quire more fre­quent fil­ing of fi­nance re­port­ing by leg­is­la­tors and can­di­dates. The plan in­volved the use of com­put­ers to file fi­nance re­ports, a plan that leg­is­la­tors thought might not be worth the cost.

Edge­mere Ele­men­tary School stu­dents pre­pared to take classes at Dun­dalk Mid­dle and Ho­labird Mid­dle, while Edge­mere Ele­men­tary School was near­ing its de­mo­li­tion. Lo­gan Ele­men­tary School was the host of a $3 mil­lion project in which com­put­ers were placed in the homes of 96 third graders and 180 more stu­dents in the school.

Ken Can­ter­bury, a hot dog ven­dor in Dun­dalk Vil­lage Shop­ping Cen­ter, was found not guilty of bat­tery against a po­lice of­fi­cer.

10 Years ago (From The Dun­dalk Ea­gle of Au­gust 19, 2006):

North Point State Park com­mem­o­rated 34 benches with the help of res­i­dents who pur­chased the benches, many of which were ded­i­cated to those who served in the mil­i­tary.

Lo­cal res­i­dent Am­ber Lod­wick was the talk of the town, as she cel­e­brated her 50th anniversary at Reilly Foods, where she worked since Aug. 9, 1956.

Com­piled by Brad Kro­ner

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