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

  • Surge ambulance units bound for Harford County

    Surge ambulance units bound for Harford County

    Two backup/surge ambulances, the first units for Harford County’s planned long-term transition to a county-run EMS service, departed their manufacturing plant in Florida Monday, bound for Maryland where they will be phased into service over the next nine months. The units are expected to arrive...

  • Aberdeen will seek buyer for Ripken Stadium, while also managing 2018 events, mayor says

    Aberdeen will seek buyer for Ripken Stadium, while also managing 2018 events, mayor says

    The City of Aberdeen is seeking “an interested party” to purchase Ripken Stadium after the Aberdeen IronBirds’ business entity — and sole tenant of the stadium — declined an offer to purchase the facility for $1, Mayor Patrick McGrady announced Monday evening. The city made the offer, with the full...

  • Bel Air RV suffers heavy fire damage, loss put at $200,000

    Bel Air RV suffers heavy fire damage, loss put at $200,000

    A fire caused an estimated $200,000 in damage to a recreational vehicle parked behind a Bel Air residence Tuesday morning, according to the Office of the State Fire Marshal. The fire, which started in the engine and electrical compartment at the rear of the vehicle, was reported around 5:45 a.m.,...

  • Perrone stepping back from Harford council to focus on career, personal life

    Perrone stepping back from Harford council to focus on career, personal life

    It will be one term and done for Harford County Councilman Mike Perrone, at least where 2018 is concerned. After four years of representing the Edgewood and Joppa areas, Perrone plans to re-focus on his accounting career and personal life after his four-year term ends in December 2018. “I knew, going...

  • Visit Darlington for all things apple Saturday

    Visit Darlington for all things apple Saturday

    There will be apples galore at the 2017 Darlington Apple Festival, but visitors can also get treats such as apple pie, apple dumplings, cake and fritters. “Just about anything with apples can be found at the Apple Festival,” festival chair Elaine Calderon said Wednesday. The festival, which has...

  • Fallston, Forest Hill and Perryman issues dominate second Harford Comp Zoning hearing

    Fallston, Forest Hill and Perryman issues dominate second Harford Comp Zoning hearing

    Rezoning requests for Fallston, Forest Hill and Perryman dominated the discussion Thursday evening during the Harford County Council’s second – and final – public hearing on the 2017 Comprehensive Zoning Process. “I know that my generation, everyone that I’ve talked to, feels that there is a problem...

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