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  • Charges dropped against man who collected funds for families of slain Harford deputies

    Charges dropped against man who collected funds for families of slain Harford deputies

    This story is updated from an earlier version. Criminal charges were dropped Thursday against a man who had raised money for families of two Harford County Sheriff’s Office deputies killed in the line of duty in 2016, but allegedly did not give all the proceeds to them. Harford County State’s Attorney...

  • Harford Bank in Bel Air robbed again

    Harford Bank in Bel Air robbed again

    For the second time in the past six weeks, the Harford Bank branch at 505 Main St. in Bel Air has been robbed, police reported Thursday morning. “Everyone, we just experience[d] another Robbery at Harford Bank…,” Bel Air Police posted on their Facebook page shortly after 10:30 this morning. “ Please...

  • Early voting for general election starts Oct. 25

    Early voting for general election starts Oct. 25

    Early voting for the Nov. 6 general election in Harford and Cecil counties and across Maryland begins Thursday, Oct. 25, and run through the following Thursday, Nov. 1. In addition to electing the governor, state attorney general, state comptroller and a U.S. senator, voters in Harford County will...

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  • Clement R. Mercaldo Sr., a Baltimore lawyer and former workmen's compensation commissioner, dies

    Clement R. Mercaldo Sr., a Baltimore lawyer and former workmen's compensation commissioner, dies

    Clement Robert Mercaldo Sr., a retired Baltimore attorney and former workmen’s compensation commissioner who had been an early law partner of former Gov. Marvin Mandel, died from kidney failure on Tuesday at his Towson residence. He was 98. “He was a good man. I got to know him in the 1970s and...

  • Get up your nerve for a ghostly guided tour

    Get up your nerve for a ghostly guided tour

    The ruins of the Patapsco Female Institute stand high above historic Ellicott City. A roofless structure with columns supporting the sky, the former school for girls is often the setting for weddings, plays and other joyous gatherings. It was while closing the site after one of those happy gatherings...

  • Bake sale supports service dogs for veterans

    Ellie’s Bake Sale is back following a two year break. Ellie Feaga is hosting her community fundraiser on Saturday, Nov. 3 from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. at 15211 Frederick Road. Delicious baked goods, a chili cook-off and some interesting raffles will raise money for Labs for Liberty, the charity Ellie chose...

  • At Montpelier, it might as well be swing

    Montpelier Arts Center has musical offerings to get our toes tapping. Upcoming programs include Argentine guitarist Dani Cortaza performing Argentine folk music seasoned with elements of jazz. Cortaza is a Maryland resident and was the recipient of the Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist...

  • Damaged Catonsville roads will be replaced but not improved, officials say

    Damaged Catonsville roads will be replaced but not improved, officials say

    After months of uncertainty, Baltimore County officials announced Thursday night their intentions to rebuild Thistle and River roads in Catonsville to their pre-storm conditions after they were damaged by flooding in late May. “We are not addressing any other issue other than bringing both River...

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