Harford County will not be charging fees on permits required for homeowners to repair damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, County Executive David R. Craig announced Thursday.
When Storm Sandy slammed into the Atlantic Coast Monday night, it dumped upward of six inches of rain on Harford County, flooding streams, creeks and ditches and raising the possibility that the Susquehanna River could swell in the coming days as the storm's remnants pass through...
Harford County was virtually shut down Monday as rain and gale force winds from Superstorm Sandy create dangerous conditions. Winds gusting over 55 miles an hour forced the closing of the Hatem Bridge.
Sandy is buffeting the greater Bel Air with heavy rain and strong winds. For local officials and residents, preparations for the arrival of the colossal storm began several days before.
Power outages hit a plateau early Tuesday morning and began creeping downward, with about 186,000 Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. customers without electricity at noon, according to the company.
A pedestrian was airlifted to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore after he was struck by a vehicle in a busy commercial area of Bel Air Sunday night, according to Bel Air Police and Harford County fire and EMS officials.
Leaders of The John Carroll School, along with town and Harford County officials and representatives of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, celebrated the long-awaited start of construction Monday on two new artificial turf athletic fields at the Bel Air private school.
Harford County's long-serving chief prosecutor, who is seeking re-election, takes issue with the endorsement of his opponent by the Harford County Deputy Sheriff's Union and speculates the action was driven by his prosecution of one of the union's members.