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

  • Meeting planned Tuesday on proposed Joppatowne cell tower

    Meeting planned Tuesday on proposed Joppatowne cell tower

    A 120-foot high cell tower is being proposed for Joppatowne on a parking lot at 626 Towne Centre Drive by the landmark Rumsey Towers building. Prime Tower Development, owner of the project owner, will host a public meeting at the Joppa Library, 655 Towne Center Drive, on Tuesday, Sept. 19 from...

  • Many redevelopment possibilities emerging for 'Old Edgewood' area

    Many redevelopment possibilities emerging for 'Old Edgewood' area

    Consultants, Harford County government staff and community members working to craft a redevelopment plan for Edgewood have narrowed down their focus based upon public input received earlier this summer. The Edgewood Small Area Study, being funded through a federal grant because the of area’s proximity...

  • Northern Harford community dug in for fight on big power line project, leader says

    Northern Harford community dug in for fight on big power line project, leader says

    Community resolve is still strong to fight a proposed overhead high voltage power line through a portion of northwestern Harford County, the chairman of a local community advisory board said Wednesday. Transource Energy, developer of the Independence Energy Connection to improve distribution of...

  • 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...

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