David Anderson

Writer

David Anderson has been with the Baltimore Sun Media Group since January of 2013 as a reporter for The Aegis. He covers a little bit of everything in Harford County, including education, municipal and county government, business, features, breaking news and community events. He has been a reporter for 10 years and has previously worked in Prince George's County, Worcester County on the Eastern Shore and in North Carolina.

Recent Articles

  • Huffington sentenced to time served for 1981 Harford double murder

    Huffington sentenced to time served for 1981 Harford double murder

    FREDERICK — John Norman Huffington will be a free man on Jan. 1, 2018, more than 36 years after he was charged with committing a 1981 double murder in Harford County. A Frederick County Circuit Court judge sentenced Huffington Thursday to the time he already served in prison. Judge Theresa M. Adams...

  • Property tax credit bill for retired vets, seniors approved by Harford council

    Property tax credit bill for retired vets, seniors approved by Harford council

    Harford County Bill 17-021, which gives property tax credits to retired veterans 65 and older and senior citizens who have lived in the same house for at least 40 years, was approved by the County Council in a 5-1 vote Tuesday night. Councilman Mike Perrone cast the lone negative vote; Councilman...

  • Harford school board approves contracts for new Havre de Grace school complex

    Harford school board approves contracts for new Havre de Grace school complex

    Monday was a red letter day in Havre de Grace, well actually a maroon one, in the community’s long effort to secure a new high school building. The good word traveled fast via text and then messenger from Bel Air to Havre de Grace Monday night, after the Harford County Board of Education approved...

  • It's official, Harford council limits public speakers

    It's official, Harford council limits public speakers

    It’s official. Members of the public who want to make comments during Harford County Council meetings are limited to three minutes if speaking as an individual and five minutes if speaking for a “bona fide” organization, according to an amendment to the council’s rules of procedure approved Tuesday...

  • Victor Colbert goes on trial for 2012 Bel Air homicide

    Victor Colbert goes on trial for 2012 Bel Air homicide

    The trial of Victor Levi Colbert, who has been charged in the 2012 stabbing death of Rodney Holmes Smith in the victim’s Bel Air apartment, began this week following nearly five years of delays. Colbert, 36, is representing himself during the jury trial, over which Harford County Circuit Court...

  • Harford school board reviews policy to let employees give naloxone

    Harford school board reviews policy to let employees give naloxone

    All Harford County Public Schools employees will be authorized to give naloxone to any person suffering from an opioid-related overdose at a county school, pending approval by the school board of a new policy that would comply with a state law that took effect July 1. “The way the law is written,...

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