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Harford County police blotter

Recent arrests and neighborhood incidents reported by police agencies serving Harford County. The Harford County Sheriff’s Office and Maryland State Police reports: Aberdeen Darrell Christy, 30, of the 100 block of Engle Avenue, was charged last Wednesday with driving while his out-of-state license...

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    • John Guerriero, chief of Continental Foods, dies

      John Guerriero, chief of Continental Foods, dies

      John C. Guerriero, founder of Continental Foods and a leader in the Little Italy neighborhood, died of pneumonia Monday at Mercy Medical Center. He was 86. Born in Kincaid, Ill., he was the son of Pete Guerriero and his wife, Mary, who left Sicily for the United States in the 1920s. His father...

    • Billy Graham mourned by religious leaders as 'the closest thing to a pope that evangelicals ever had'

      Billy Graham mourned by religious leaders as 'the closest thing to a pope that evangelicals ever had'

      Religious leaders both locally and internationally have mourned the loss of Billy Graham, the American evangelical leader who died early Wednesday morning. “He was the closest thing to a pope that evangelicals ever had, or will have,” said the Rev. Jason A. Poling, vicar of St. Hilda's Episcopal...

    • Otto Begus, Morgan University faculty member, dies

      Otto Begus, Morgan University faculty member, dies

      Otto Begus, a retired professor and former philosophy and religious studies chair at Morgan State University who was a strong advocate for liberal arts education, died of complications of dementia and heart failure Feb. 10 at his Tuscany-Canterbury home. The former Waverly resident was 85. Born...

    • Julia Bernadette Hodgson, greeting card retailer, dies

      Julia Bernadette Hodgson, greeting card retailer, dies

      Julia Bernadette Hodgson, who sold greeting cards and candy, died of a stroke Feb. 6 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Timonium resident was 89. Born in Baltimore and raised on East Lafayette Avenue, she was the daughter of George A. Crawley, a United Railways and Electric Co. streetcar...

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