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  • Very well done [Editorial]

    Two years ago, supporters of the arts in the Havre de Grace area were gearing up for a campaign in the city election that would be decided May 3. On that ballot was a question about supporting a proposal for the city government to borrow $2.1 million that would facilitate a quicker completion of...

  • Harford not immune to statewide trends in increasing violent crime [Commentary]

    Harford not immune to statewide trends in increasing violent crime [Commentary]

    Public safety is the primary obligation of government at all levels, and I’m honored to serve on the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee, which reviews all proposed public safety laws. Unfortunately, as the many well-publicized crimes around our state attest, increases in violent crime continue...

  • Trump's often false claims don't deserve applause [Letter]

    Trump's often false claims don't deserve applause [Letter]

    Editor: Anthony Lambros, the Aegis, Feb. 9, in a letter titled, “Trump gets it, the Democrats never will,” lambastes Congressional members who did not clap during numerous claims of accomplishment by President Trump in his recent State of the Union speech. I suggest that was so because so many...

  • Same old story [Editorial]

    Same old story [Editorial]

    The first major phase of Harford County’s annual public school budget review and approval ended earlier this week when the Board of Education passed Superintendent Barbara Canavan’s requested budget – with one small modification – and sent it on to Harford County Executive Barry Glassman. What...

  • Long overdue protections [Editorial]

    Long overdue protections [Editorial]

    Legislation pending before the Maryland General Assembly that would in effect standardize police disability pensions across the State of Maryland at 66 2/3 percent of the officer’s former pay is a common sense necessity and long overdue. Unfortunately, it took a tragedy to bring the issue to the...

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The Nest on Main in Bel Air is a gift-giver's paradise

The Nest on Main in Bel Air is a gift-giver's paradise

In search of an engagement gift for a friend, Jessica Rinehart arrived at The Nest On Main for the first time just 10 minutes before the store closed. She took a chance and went into the boutique, which had recently opened in Bel Air. “The shop just caught my eye — her windows were great,” the...

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