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Harford residents weather the heat wave, mostly in the water

With the temperature well into the nineties and the heat index circling 100 degrees since Friday, Peggy Gross of Edgewood knew where to spend her summer vacation time: by the pool, in the shade. "The heat is OK, but it could be better. But, you know, we do what we got to do... I try to stay in...


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