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  • Harford's next state's attorney [Editorial]

    Harford's next state's attorney [Editorial]

    One thing is certain in the upcoming general election on Nov. 6, Harford County voters will choose a new state’s attorney for the first time in 36 years. The retirement of State’s Attorney Joseph Cassilly, who has been Harford’s chief prosecutor since 1983, will mean a generational change not only...

  • Unthinkable reality in Aberdeen [Editorial]

    Unthinkable reality in Aberdeen [Editorial]

    It was inevitable that the imbroglio between the City of Aberdeen and Cal Ripken Jr.’s organization would end up in the courts, and that’s exactly what happened last week. Tufton Professional Baseball LLC, owned by the MLB Hall of Fame player and his family, sued the city for allegedly breaching...

  • A challenge to learn about offering equal opportunity employment [Letter]

    A challenge to learn about offering equal opportunity employment [Letter]

    Editor: As an attorney and partner at Shaffer, McLauchlin & Stover LLC, I understand how critical creating connections within the business community is to success. My career has centered around building partnerships, and as president of The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region’s (The Arc NCR) Governance...

  • 'A bold leader,' Curtis Beulah has earned respect, gratitude [Letter]

    'A bold leader,' Curtis Beulah has earned respect, gratitude [Letter]

    Editor: I will vote for Curtis Beulah for Harford County District F councilman. I urge my fellow citizens to do the same. The reason for my choice is simple: in a long experience all across America, I have never met a more effective representative. Curiously enough, he actually believes that the...

  • Glass the best choice for delegate in District 34A [Letter]

    Glass the best choice for delegate in District 34A [Letter]

    Editor: Maryland Del. Glen Glass remains the best choice for District 34A in Harford County. I met Glen on Route 40 after observing him several days in a row, waving to the mobile members of his community. With my Glen Glass flyer in hand, I stopped by to see what this resilient delegate was all...

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  • Ex-NBA player Chris Herren gives 'spellbinding' talk in Havre de Grace about addiction, recovery

    Ex-NBA player Chris Herren gives 'spellbinding' talk in Havre de Grace about addiction, recovery

    As a point guard for the Boston Celtics, Chris Herren’s dreams of playing in the NBA had seemingly come true. In reality, he was trapped in a nightmare of addiction to alcohol, cocaine, OxyContin and heroin. Herren spoke to 325 people at Havre de Grace High School Tuesday evening about his descent...

  • Harford to observe Fire Prevention Week, open houses set

    Harford to observe Fire Prevention Week, open houses set

    In a fire, seconds can mean the difference between a safe escape and the tragic loss of life. October 7 - 13 is National Fire Prevention Week and Harford County officials urge all citizens to make a fire safety plan. This year’s national theme is “Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware – fire can happen...

  • 'SOCKtober' is back in Harford County to help folks needing warm socks, gloves

    'SOCKtober' is back in Harford County to help folks needing warm socks, gloves

    Warm socks, mittens and hats are greatly needed each winter yet they are among items least often donated to homeless shelters, according to Harford County government. To fill the gap, the county government, in partnership with Harford County Public Library, is again sponsoring “SOCKtober,” a countywide...

  • Havre de Grace honors four students of the month

    Havre de Grace honors four students of the month

    Havre de Grace Mayor William T. Martin waited all summer for Monday night’s city council meeting, where he and his colleagues could honor four students of the month from local schools. All four — Adrianna Saenphimmachak, a fifth-grader at Havre de Grace Elementary, Yeam Zakari, a fifth-grader at...

  • Harford candidate forum set for Oct. 15

    Harford candidate forum set for Oct. 15

    The Harford County League of Women Voters and the local chapter of the American Association of University Women will host a voter and candidate forum on Monday, Oct. 15, in Edgewood Hall, Room 132, at Harford Community College from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Candidates from Legislative District 34, Harford...

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