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  • Stay off the train tracks and stay alive [Editorial]

    Stay off the train tracks and stay alive [Editorial]

    Hardly a year goes by when somebody isn't hit by a train in Harford County or Cecil County or both. With so many railroad lines locally, there's plenty of opportunity for these accidents to happen. But there's one reason why they never should: It's called common sense. The CSX tracks that traverse...

  • Waiting for a bus in 'emerging' Harford County market [Editorial]

    Waiting for a bus in 'emerging' Harford County market [Editorial]

    It's interesting to think of Harford County as an "emerging market." We've come to see it as a more stable, set-in-its-ways kind of place. That's especially true after the building boom of the 1980s and '90s transformed much of the county, particularly around Bel Air and the corridor between Bel...

  • Havre de Grace should be cautious with next round of Route 155 development [Editorial]

    Havre de Grace should be cautious with next round of Route 155 development [Editorial]

    Within the 244-acre Green-Ianniello-Patrone tract off Route 155 that the City of Havre de Grace annexed two years ago, the Ianniello property is the first out of the gate with a proposed development plan. City residents and other interested parties will have an opportunity Monday to hear more about...

  • Another great one from Harford [Editorial]

    Another great one from Harford [Editorial]

    Harford County has been blessed to be the home of a number on athletes who starred on the national and international scenes. Fallston's Kimmie Meissner won the world championship in figure skating. Aberdeen's Irvin Pankey and brothers Erin and E.J. Henderson played many years in the NFL. Edgewood's...

  • Down on Main Street, Harford's heroin abuse epidemic goes on [Editorial]

    Down on Main Street, Harford's heroin abuse epidemic goes on [Editorial]

    One night last week was like too many in Harford County in recent years. Flashing lights and sirens screeching to a halt. Then emergency personnel come rushing out of vehicles. The big difference is the flashing lights and sirens stopped in a high traffic location – Main Street in Bel Air – rather...

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