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Missing Aberdeen family found in tent off Route 22

The missing family Aberdeen Police Department had been looking for Tuesday evening was found later that night. At about 4 p.m. Tuesday, a concerned family member reported Laura Beth Marie Malkmus, 32, Thomas Edward Brown Jr, 30, Thomas Edward Brown III, 10, and Ethan Brown, 8, missing, according...


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  • The paradox of Harford's 'new math' [Editorial]

    The paradox of Harford's 'new math' [Editorial]

    If Harford County Public Schools' "new math" teaching program is giving as many students fits as we have come to believe, then how good as a teaching tool can it be? There isn't really any such thing as "new" when it comes to math, a science which has its roots in ancient civilizations, but there's...

  • Way to go, Huskies [Editorial]

    Way to go, Huskies [Editorial]

    When Patterson Mill rolled over Southern-Garrett, 59-43, at Towson University Saturday to win the Class 1A girls state basketball championship, the Huskies made history. Congratulations to Patterson Mill for winning the 2017 state championship that made them the only Harford County girls team to...

  • Commute Smart, Harford [Editorial]

    Commute Smart, Harford [Editorial]

    Harford County's roads get ever more crowded. There are a myriad of reasons why, but the only thing that matters is that they're too crowded and the county government is trying to do its part to get some motorists off the roads, especially during the peak hours commuting hours. Harford Commute...

  • Time-tested system decides Harford zoning cases [Editorial]

    Time-tested system decides Harford zoning cases [Editorial]

    Harford County has a time-tested system of reviewing zoning appeal requests and individual rezoning cases. So why change it? That's a question we are asking now because the case involving Albert Bierman, who wants to establish a commercial mulching operation in a semi-rural neighborhood of Joppa,...

  • Centers for the arts proliferate in Harford [Editorial]

    Centers for the arts proliferate in Harford [Editorial]

    Aberdeen has an interesting proposal to consider for the future of the parcel known as the Moose Lodge. A media production company is trying to buy the city-owned structure on Rogers Street, basically on consignment, and turn it into a performing arts center and a video production facility. The...


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Winners: Best of Harford County 2016

Winners: Best of Harford County 2016

Governmental elections weren’t the only races running last fall. More than 12,000 people also cast their votes in the annual Best of Harford County readers’ poll, honoring the local places, personalities and organizations that shape the community. Spanning 60 categories, the results reflect reader...