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Country singer lends hand to Badges for Baseball in Aberdeen

This week's Badges for Baseball session in Aberdeen was a little different than others this summer, as rising country music star Matt Stillwell was at the practice Wednesday to throw around the ball and pitch and catch. The baseball fan and singer has a new single out, "Hey Dad," and appeared with...

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  • Finding ways to keep cool in Harford's heat wave

    Finding ways to keep cool in Harford's heat wave

    Monday's heat was so bad in Harford County, Bel Air resident Clarence Veney said it felt "like my skin's about to burn off." Veney, 28, headed for the Bel Air branch of the Harford County Public Library, which, along with other library branches throughout the county, served as cooling centers. ...

  • On tap in Bel Air: Yoga and beer

    On tap in Bel Air: Yoga and beer

    When they're not creating small-batch craft beers, Independent Brewing Company owners Phillip and Beth Rhudy like to participate physical activities. They sponsor local sports groups and athletic businesses, and Phillip Rhudy is on the Ma & Pa Trail committee. That's why hosting yoga classes on...

  • More high temps forecast for Harford, emergency teams respond to some heat-related calls

    More high temps forecast for Harford, emergency teams respond to some heat-related calls

    Temperatures in Harford County and the rest of the region could reach 100 degrees Monday, with the National Weather Service also warning heat index values could hit 109 degrees. A heat-releated emergency call was reported Monday morning around 9:15 at Kohl's distribution center in the Edgewood...

  • Harford residents weather the heat wave, mostly in the water

    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...

  • Harford's 29th annual Farm Fair ready to roll July 28-31

    Harford's 29th annual Farm Fair ready to roll July 28-31

    The Harford County Farm Fair is set to return for its 29th year, filling the Bel Air Equestrian Center grounds once again with 4-H shows and sales, animal exhibits, carnival rides and family-friendly events. The popular 3S Bucking Bulls rodeo will be back at 7 p.m. Thursday this year, as will tractor...

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