Allan Vought

Writer

An award winning editor, investigative reporter and columnist, Kimber Allan Matzinger-Vought has been a professional journalist for 44 years, covering such diverse stories as Maryland's 1970s political scandals, the collapse of the state savings and loan industry, problems with Harford County's health care system and terrorism and public safety issues. He coordinates news coverage for The Aegis and The Record in Harford County. Born and raised in the Philadelphia area, he holds bachelor's and master's degrees from Northwestern University. He lives in Fallston and enjoys hiking, gardening, music and reading.

Recent Articles

  • First tenants moving in at new Harford Agriculture Center

    First tenants moving in at new Harford Agriculture Center

    The first tenants of Harford County’s new Agricultural Center are expected to begin moving in Monday, according to county government. The center is in the former Glen Echo Furniture Building on Route 1 in Street has undergone a nearly $2 million makeover since the county bought the building, which...

  • Harford's Glassman to give State of County Address Jan. 9

    Harford's Glassman to give State of County Address Jan. 9

    Harford County Executive Barry Glassman will present his fourth State of the County Address to the County Council and the public at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 9, in the Council Chambers at 212 S. Bond Street in Bel Air. The address will stream live on the county website and on social media. “I look...

  • Opponents to Harford power line project brace for fight at state level in 2018

    Opponents to Harford power line project brace for fight at state level in 2018

    Opposition to a power line project planned across the northwestern corner of Harford County that sparked protests in the latter half of 2017 will continue into the new year, opponents have vowed, as the project’s owner seeks final state regulatory approvals. On Dec. 27, Transource Energy filed...

  • A newsworthy year for education in Harford County in 2017

    A newsworthy year for education in Harford County in 2017

    Much noteworthy news was made in education in Harford County during 2017, not all of it strictly in the classroom. Thanks to a mild winter with few missed days for bad weather and Gov. Larry Hogan, Harford's public school students enjoyed one of their longest summer vacations in years. Classes...

  • The biggest stories of 2017 from The Record

    The biggest stories of 2017 from The Record

    Here’s a look at some of the top stories of 2017 from The Record and www.theaegis.com. 1 — Opioid abuse epidemic The opioid abuse epidemic continued unabated on both sides of the Susquehanna River and beyond. Overdoses reported by the Harford County Sheriff’s Office stood at more than 430, 80 fatal,...

  • We are the Champions, 2017 in Harford sports

    We are the Champions, 2017 in Harford sports

    Winter, spring or fall, it didn't matter what season, as Harford County's high school athletes excelled once again in 2017. The public schools produced team and individual state champions throughout the year, with a multitude of eye-popping performances. Here's a look back at some of them. Winter...

  • The great divide, in Harford and everywhere else in 2017

    The great divide, in Harford and everywhere else in 2017

    Immigration, travel bans, Obama care repeal and improper behavior by celebrities and politicians were continuing themes that dominated the national and world headlines in 2017. Harford County wasn't immune to any of them, and several local public controversies packed a few wallops of their own,...

  • Frustrated residents of Fallston neighborhood told they may finally get sewer service - someday

    Frustrated residents of Fallston neighborhood told they may finally get sewer service - someday

    Frustrated residents of a Fallston neighborhood, who have been trying for several years to get public sewer service to their homes, may have to wait a little longer, county public officials say. “We realize there’s a problem … we want to get to a point where we can present a plan to the community,”...

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