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  • Harford Muslims, Jews, Christians honor Martin Luther King Jr.

    Harford Muslims, Jews, Christians honor Martin Luther King Jr.

    More than 200 Jews, Christians and Muslims from congregations in Havre de Grace and Abingdon gathered Sunday at Temple Adas Shalom Sunday to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. "Love your Neighbor: Learn to Live Together, Inspired by the Legacy of MLK" was sponsored by Masjid Al-Falaah in Abingdon,...

  • Red Cross, Aberdeen Fire Dept. volunteers to install free smoke alarms

    Red Cross, Aberdeen Fire Dept. volunteers to install free smoke alarms

    More than 100 volunteers will install as many as 1,000 free smoke alarms in Aberdeen on Saturday and Monday as part of the American Red Cross MLK National Day of Service. Seven times a day nationwide, someone dies in a fire, according to the Red Cross, and more often than not, the tragic loss of...

  • Della Rose's Local Tavern coming to Bel Air

    Della Rose's Local Tavern coming to Bel Air

    A familiar name in Baltimore area restaurants is coming to Harford County in a few weeks. Tony Della Rose, whose family has owned and operated three Della Rose's restaurants in the Overlea, White Marsh and Canton areas, will open Della Rose's Local Tavern in the former Half Pints restaurant at...

  • Sawyer Wayne Reilly is first baby of 2017 born in Harford County

    Sawyer Wayne Reilly is first baby of 2017 born in Harford County

    Jill and Dan Reilly had hoped their youngest child, Sawyer Wayne, would be born Dec. 31, but he took an extra hour and a half to come out, which made him the first baby born in Harford County in 2017. Sawyer Wayne Reilly was born at 1:35 a.m. Sunday, New Year's Day, at University of Maryland Upper...

  • Great turnout for fifth Team Carolyn blood drive, organizer reports

    Great turnout for fifth Team Carolyn blood drive, organizer reports

    The fifth Team Carolyn blood drive, and first held at the Bel Air Armory, was a major success Thursday, according to lead organizer Richard Lynch. "It was very good," Lynch said Friday. "We ended up having to turn people away." Lynch, a resident of Bel Air, is the co-owner of the Buontempo Bros....

From Harford Magazine

Winners: Harford County's best restaurants for 2016

Winners: Harford County's best restaurants for 2016

Craving a killer crab cake? Harford County has it. In search of a sizeable steak? Got you covered. Have a loved one with dietary restrictions? Even then, the dining options are plentiful. More than 2,400 readers shared their recommendations for the county’s best cuisine in this year’s best restaurants...

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