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5K logoTowson Healthy Hearts 5K Achieves Community Goals

The Healthy Hearts 5K Team would like to thank everyone in the Greater Towson area for making our inaugural event a success. With over 200 participants and sponsor support from Towson’s political, academic, and business leaders, the event will quickly become a great local institution. We hope to see everyone again next year, along with many new faces.


greenKnollwood Residents To Be Part of County “Green” Taskforce

We are honored to announce that Knollwood residents Steve Alper and Lauren Stranahan have been chosen to be part of a citizen taskforce to develop recommendations to protect the Herring Run Watershed. The Watershed forms a large portion of Knollwood’s western boundary and is a crucial natural resource for the Greater Towson community. The citizen taskforce was recently established by Councilman David Marks and will begin work this summer.



powKnollwood To Include POW-MIA Remembrance In This Year’s July 4th Celebration

This year, the Knollwood Association will include 50 POW-MIA flags in their American flag display covering the large median strip on Knollwood Rd. The flag display is set up every Memorial Day, July 4th, 9/11, POW-MIA Day, and Veterans Day. Knollwood residents are welcomed to donate additional American flags to the display.


tusquareKnollwood and Towson University Continue To Build  Strong Community Ties

Towson University has continued to work closely with our community and was a large part of the recent success of the Healthy Hearts 5K. The TU football team exclusively manned the event’s water station and the TU Chapter of Zeta Beta Tau provided needed volunteers. Over the past year, TU has also supported our community’s stream clean-up and Halloween Celebration. A warm thank you goes out to our neighbors to the west.