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Churchville man found shot to death in Aberdeen Monday

A Churchville man was found dead from gunshot wounds in a driveway in Aberdeen early Monday morning, the Harford County Sheriff's Office said. Deputies were called just before 3:30 a.m. Monday to the 1500 block of Mitchell Lane in Aberdeen for a report of a cardiac arrest, according to the sheriff's...

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  • Honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice [Editorial]

    Honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice [Editorial]

    Memorial Day Weekend should be glorious, full of sunshine, warm weather and outdoor activities. Forecasts say today should be one of those days – mostly sunny with temperatures in the mid to upper 70s. It will be great, if that's how the day shakes out. It would be a welcome change from the rest...

  • Carfentanil arrives in Harford [Editorial]

    Carfentanil arrives in Harford [Editorial]

    With deaths from the opioid abuse epidemic in Harford County passing the 100 mark weeks ago, it was only a matter of time until a death related to the large animal tranquilizer carfentinal was reported. That came from an overdose death earlier this month, according to the Harford County Sheriff's...

  • Cut 'bloated' administration, rally for teachers in final Harford school budget [Letter]

    Cut 'bloated' administration, rally for teachers in final Harford school budget [Letter]

    Editor: The time has come for HCPS to make prudent cuts to its bloated bureaucracy. The time has come for HCPS to put students and teachers first. In FY 2017, central administration cost over $15 million. That is over $400 per student enrolled in HCPS. In FY 2012, HCPS spent $14.66 million on central...

  • Mind-numbing school budget process is still with us [Editorial]

    Mind-numbing school budget process is still with us [Editorial]

    As June arrives next week, Harford County residents can look forward to one unpleasing aspect of the unofficial arrival of summer that has become all too commonplace: The final adjustment of the public school budget. Once again this year, Superintendent Barbara Canavan and the school board – it...

  • A strategic plan for Harford's schools [Editorial]

    A strategic plan for Harford's schools [Editorial]

    The Harford County Board of Education is seeking public input as it develops its next five-year strategic plan. The plan lays out the board's core values, mission, vision and long-term goals for students, school system employees and the community. "It has our goals, it's a five-year plan; we're...

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