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Rick Dempsey signs his new book in Bel Air

Pictures of a book signing event at Barnes & Noble in Bel Air featuring former Baltimore Oriole catcher and 1983 World Series MVP Rick Dempsey on Saturday, April 22. Rick Dempsey and Dave Ginsburg co-authored a book called If These Walls Could Talk: Baltimore Orioles.

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  • Glassman's budget is practical, with a not-so-subtle message to HCPS [Editorial]

    Glassman's budget is practical, with a not-so-subtle message to HCPS [Editorial]

    There were few surprises, if any, and certainly none of any consequence in Harford County Executive Barry Glassman's proposed budget for the 2018 fiscal year beginning July 1. He is holding the line on taxes and doing his best to do the same with spending. That, in a nutshell, is the Glassman budget...

  • Earth Day is Saturday in Harford [Editorial]

    Earth Day is Saturday in Harford [Editorial]

    On the heels of the annual Harford County Envirothon comes our area's Earth Day observances this Saturday. There will be plenty of activities at Festival Park in Aberdeen, as well as opportunities to participate in the annual River Sweep cleanup along both shores of the Susquehanna River. The Earth...

  • Technology to the extreme [Editorial]

    Technology to the extreme [Editorial]

    For those who live by the credo to do everything in moderation, our world and our culture have missed the boat. Technology, the role it plays, its impact on our lives and our addiction to it roared way past moderation years ago. Smartphones have carried us the latest mile down Technology Road to...

  • Important science for Harford students [Editorial]

    Important science for Harford students [Editorial]

    The joy on their faces was unmistakable, as it should have been, with smartphones aplenty and selfies all around. When North Harford High beat Harford Christian School last Tuesday in the annual Harford County Envirothon, it was a big upset, perhaps not of biblical proportions, but big nonetheless....

  • Fallen hero is latest of many from Harford lost to terror [Editorial]

    Fallen hero is latest of many from Harford lost to terror [Editorial]

    Our world is always at war. In rare times, when it seems it isn't, that only means one war is ending with another about to begin. The United States declared its war on terror on Sept. 20, 2001 just nine days after the 9/11 attacks on our country when President George W. Bush spoke before a joint...

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