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Two teenage girls, four adults injured in five-vehicle crash on I-95

Maryland State Police say criminal charges are pending following a five-vehicle crash on Interstate 95 in Harford County on Monday night that sent six people — including two teenage girls — to local hospitals. The two girls — a 14-year-old from Belcamp and a 13-year-old from New Jersey — were traveling...

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  • Harford 'Libraries Rock!' for summer reading

    Harford 'Libraries Rock!' for summer reading

    Harford County Public Library's Summer Reading Challenge for children and teens kicks off Monday, June 18, with the theme "Libraries Rock!" The Bel Air Library was already crowded with young people signing up for the program soon after it opened Monday morning, and the tote bags being given away...

  • Gold Star Families monument in Havre de Grace unveiled Sunday

    Gold Star Families monument in Havre de Grace unveiled Sunday

    The Gold Star Families Memorial Monument in Havre de Grace was dedicated Sunday afternoon, as more than 500 people gathered at Concord Point, where the Susquehanna River meets the Chesapeake Bay, for the solemn ceremony. Many of the speakers alluded to the setting and the hallowed ground where...

  • Greek Festival ends at 7 p.m. today in Bel Air

    Greek Festival ends at 7 p.m. today in Bel Air

    The Rev. Elefterios Plevrakis, the new pastor of Sts. Mary Magdalene & Markella Greek Orthodox Church in Darlington, took in the parish’s annual Greek Festival for the first time Friday evening. Plevrakis said he had been hearing from organizers of the 12th annual festival, a major fundraiser for...

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  • Baltimore man dies in Glen Burnie crash

    Baltimore man dies in Glen Burnie crash

    An 82-year-old man died Monday from injuries he sustained during a two-car accident in Glen Burnie last week. Anne Arundel police said Thomas Allen Sheeder, of Baltimore, died from critical injuries he suffered during a June 11 crash. Officers responded to a report of a multi-vehicle crash in the...

  • Annapolis City Council passes budget, 8.9 cent tax increase

    Annapolis City Council passes budget, 8.9 cent tax increase

    The Annapolis City Council, in the early hours of Tuesday morning, passed the fiscal 2019 budget, including an 8.9 cent property tax increase. The council ended months of jockeying over Mayor Gavin Buckley’s proposed tax increase — which started at 13 cents — with more than eight tense hours spent...

  • Point Pleasant Elementary School's autism class experiences pup therapy

    Point Pleasant Elementary School's autism class experiences pup therapy

    Point Pleasant Elementary School’s primary autism teacher Suz Zelenz-Dale had a few extra heads in her classroom June 7. Jesse, Peter and Tobin — furry companions of Caring Canines — and their trainers visited the class of Kindergarten and first graders. “It really helps them self-regulate, which...

  • Anne Arundel County Council approves polystyrene foam ban

    Anne Arundel County Council approves polystyrene foam ban

    The Anne Arundel County Council voted Monday night to ban polystyrene plastic foam containers in a 4-3 vote, giving restaurants until January 1, 2020 to use their supply before switching to an alternative. More than two dozen speakers — from preschoolers to senior citizens to restaurant owners...

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