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

  • Candidates file to run in Bel Air election

    Candidates file to run in Bel Air election

    The first two candidates have filed for the two seats on the Bel Air Board of Town Commissioners slated to be filled in the Nov. 7 town election. Incumbent commissioner Patrick Richards is seeking a second term, while the other candidate to file, Michael Kutcher, is a first-time candidate for town...

  • Concerns about 'Muslim only' development spark controversy in Joppatowne

    Concerns about 'Muslim only' development spark controversy in Joppatowne

    This story is updated from an earlier version. As Joppatowne area residents continued to express concerns Monday about the potential for a Muslims-only development, a high-ranking Harford County official told them the project will be “treated like any other” when it comes to enforcing code regulations....

  • Ground broken for Gold Star Families Monument in Havre de Grace

    Ground broken for Gold Star Families Monument in Havre de Grace

    Havre de Grace city officials, Harford County Executive Barry Glassman and several Gold Star Mothers joined together Monday to break ground for a new Gold Star Families Memorial Monument in Concord Point Park. During the ceremony, Glassman announced the county is pledging $10,000 to match the commitment...

  • Second Edgewood redevelopment workshop set for Tuesday, Sept. 12

    Second Edgewood redevelopment workshop set for Tuesday, Sept. 12

    Potential redevelopment ideas for the area known as “Old Edgewood” will be discussed Tuesday at a second public workshop. The session, which will be hosted by the Harford County Office of Economic Development, will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. at Edgewood Middle School, 2311 Willoughby Beach Road. ...

  • Higher rental rates for Bel Air Armory approved along with new town 'booting' fee

    Higher rental rates for Bel Air Armory approved along with new town 'booting' fee

    Higher rental rates for the popular Armory, along with a new $100 fee for vehicles "booted" for unpaid parking tickets, were approved by the Bel Air Board of Town Commissioners. Both proposals passed unanimously during Tuesday evening’s town meeting, where the commissioners also approved a resolution...

  • Man shot in Edgewood dies; suspect in custody

    Man shot in Edgewood dies; suspect in custody

    One man is dead, and another in custody following a shooting in Edgewood Thursday afternoon that closed a main street in the community while police searched for a suspect. The Harford County Sheriff’s Office received a report of shots fired in the area of Harr Park Court and Cedar Drive in Edgewood...

  • Harford Comprehensive Zoning headed for County Council

    Harford Comprehensive Zoning headed for County Council

    Legislation to enact Harford County’s countywide Comprehensive Zoning Review is expected to be introduced to the County Council at its next meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 5. Harford County Executive Barry Glassman’s administration has finalized its recommendations on the 112 individual rezoning requests...

  • Bel Air planning Armory rental rate increases

    Bel Air planning Armory rental rate increases

    Bel Air town officials are planning across-the-board increases in rental rates for the popular Armory. A proposed new rate schedule was introduced via a resolution at the most recent town meeting on Aug. 21 and will have a public hearing on Sept. 5 at 7:30 p.m. The Board of Town Commissioners is...

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