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$159 99 a mo.
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About: Towson, Maryland

Towson is located in northern Maryland. In 1752 two brothers from Pennsylvania, William and Thomas Towson, settled in the area and began farming. The city is named after the brothers who were the first settlers of the area. During the American Civil War, Union soldiers overtook the town after a hotel was seen flying a Confederate flag. Notable residents have included Vice President Spiro Agnew, author F. Scott Fitzgerald (The Great Gatsby), and Olympics gold medalist swimmer Michael Phelps.

Population: 51793
Local Newspapers: Baltimore Times, The Daily Record
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore Orioles, Baltimore Ravens
Local Colleges: Towson University, Goucher College

Zip Codes associated with Towson, MD: 21204, 21210, 21212, 21239, 21286 .
Towns/Cities near Towson, MD : Hampton, Lutherville-Timonium, Perry Hall, Carney, Parkville, Ruxton, Loch Raven.

  • Annapolis pediatrician helps treat children in Honduras
    Monday, October 20, 2014 10:10:57 PM

    A makeshift clinic in the rural mountains of Honduras had more than one similarity to Dr. Jim Rice's busy Annapolis pediatrics office. Earaches for one.

  • Berkley FinSecure Forms Berkley Crime Unit
    Monday, October 20, 2014 2:24:54 PM

    Berkley FinSecure, a W .R. Berkley company based in Towson, Md., has launched Berkley Crime, an operating unit focused solely on offering crime-related insurance products. The crime underwriting team of Berkley FinSecure, which was originally established in 2008 as part of Berkley Asset Protection, will transfer from Berkley Asset Protection to become a new operating unit.

  • With little money, two underdogs challenge Frosh for attorney general
    Saturday, October 18, 2014 5:51:42 PM

    After a bruising primary contest in which he spent more than $1.5 million, Democrat Brian Frosh has less than $80,000 left for his campaign to be Maryland attorney general. Yet the two men - Republican Jeffrey N. Pritzker, a Towson attorney, and Libertarian Leo Wayne Dymowski, a Maryland Parole Commission hearing officer, say they're bringing new ideas to the race and present an attractive alternative for frustrated voters who want to send a message about the Democrats' grip on high-ranking state posts.

  • Man Who Robbed Two Towson Stores Sentenced to 11 Years
    Saturday, October 18, 2014 3:12:45 AM

    A Baltimore who admitted to robbing two stores in Towson will be spending the next 135 months in jail, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland reported Friday. Antonio Rennard Gilliam, 43, of the 6500 block of Windsor Mill Road, pleaded guilty to robbing a Taylor Avenue cell phone store and a Towson Town Center swimsuit shop, according to the report.

  • Three-year construction project begins on I-695 in Balto. Co.
    Friday, October 17, 2014 7:31:36 PM

    Construction to widen and resurface lanes and redesign exit patterns along a 1-mile stretch of Interstate 695 in Baltimore County began this week and is expected to continue through the summer of 2017, according to the State Highway Administration. $66 million project to cause delays, shift lanes and force ramp closures between Caton Ave. and Fort McHenry Tunnel The $34.4 million project, part of a slate of recent highway investments paid for under the state's Transportation Infrastructure Investment Act, will effect both the inner and outer loops of the highway between Harford Road and Perring Parkway.

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XFINITY Triple Play offers in Towson,MD have all sorts of personalized options within the bundle itself. From basic cable to HD preferred you can customize your television experience to fit your needs. Get premium channels like HBO®, Starz, Showtime and Cinemax as well as your basic local packages. Get your movies as well as your sports. Put this together with your Internet experience and the possibilities are endless.

With incredible speed Towson's XFINITY INTERNET lets you download entertainment as well as watch live televised events online. It's not just television and Internet that play nicely together; it’s the phone too. With XFINITY VOICE you can access your phone messages online whenever you need them.

If you want more choices with less hassle, XFINITY Triple Play is the package for you in Towson, Maryland. Screen your calls, catch your favorite shows, and download media to your hearts content all for a single low monthly price. The synergy between home services is finally here. There’s no reason home technology should be a hassle in this day and age and XFINITY Triple Play is a clear answer to the chaos of competing bills and services.