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  • National expert on opioid epidemic to discuss solutions in Harford forum

    National expert on opioid epidemic to discuss solutions in Harford forum

    Editor: A truly important community event, “Pathways to Recovery: National Strategies to End Opioid Addiction,” is happening this Thursday evening, Sept. 20, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Bel Air High School, 100 Heighe St., in Bel Air. Bertha Madras, Ph.D. served on President Donald Trump's Presidential...

  • Prepare for the worst [Editorial]

    Prepare for the worst [Editorial]

    While it appears more and more likely Harford County won’t get a visit from Hurricane Florence, or at least not one likely to cause major destruction, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be well-prepared for any potential severe weather event. Harford County government, the local fire and EMS communities,...

  • Shine a Light! [Editorial]

    Shine a Light! [Editorial]

    Some good news came out of the recent public CompStat meeting hosted by the Harford County Sheriff’s Office: There’s been a slight decrease in the number of opioid-related deaths and non-fatal overdoses this year. As of Sept. 2, there were 54 fatal overdoses and 244 non-fatal overdoses reported...

  • Thank you, all [Editorial]

    Thank you, all [Editorial]

    Roland Schauer has a new roof and is scheduled to get central air-conditioning, a new hot water heater and a bathroom renovation to the Havre de Grace house where he lives with his wife. The vintage 1925 dwelling is also expected to have a complete weatherization. None that of is generally newsworthy,...

  • A simple equation [Editorial]

    A simple equation [Editorial]

    Last November, we pointed out that some areas of Harford County were starting to grow again in population, in particular Fallston, greater Bel Air and Emmorton/Bel Air South, where new housing construction has begun to rebound at a faster rate than what we saw just five years earlier. At that time,...

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  • Old Bel Air High School reunion is Sept. 22

    Old Bel Air High School reunion is Sept. 22

    Anyone who attended the Old Bel Air High School on Gordon Street from 1930 to 1955 is invited to attend the 26th reunion. It will take place on Saturday, Sept 22 at the Level Fire Hall, just off Route 155, in Level. Social time starts at 11 a.m. and the buffet opens at noon. Reservations are required,...

  • Insurance company donates $10K to Havre de Grace Colored School group

    Insurance company donates $10K to Havre de Grace Colored School group

    Harford Mutual Insurance Company has donated $10,000 to the Havre de Grace Colored School Foundation for purchase and renovations of the historic property at Alliance and Stokes streets in Havre de Grace. Harford Mutual president Steve Linkous and Frank Kellner, vice president of claims, joined...

  • Online access to Harford parks services and information streamlined

    Online access to Harford parks services and information streamlined

    From the Harford County Department of Governmental and Community Relations: Finding your happy place just got easier in Harford County. The Harford County Department of Parks & Recreation has streamlined its online services to help citizens find activities, register for programs and make payments...

  • Bel Air honors Memorial Day student speaker

    Bel Air honors Memorial Day student speaker

    Bel Air town officials on Monday evening honored the student speaker at the town’s Memorial Day observance. Jakob DeMarino, who attends Southampton Middle School, received a certificate of recognition from the Board of Town Commissioners during a town hall meeting. “Jakob, being chosen as a guest...

  • Aberdeen seeks volunteers for city boards and commissions

    Aberdeen seeks volunteers for city boards and commissions

    From the latest edition of the City of Aberdeen’s e-newsletter: Hey Aberdeen! We need your help with identifying interested, highly qualified volunteers for the City’s various boards. There are nine city appointed, volunteer comprised boards in our community. They include Appearance and Preservation,...

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