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

  • Fire at Belcamp condominium complex displaces 15

    Fire at Belcamp condominium complex displaces 15

    Fifteen people were displaced after a fire caused an estimated $1 million in damage to a Belcamp condominium complex early Sunday morning, according to the Office of the State Fire Marshal. No injuries or fatalities were reported, but the three story, 12-unit building suffered heavy damage, including...

  • Level hosts more than 500 at firehouse event

    Level hosts more than 500 at firehouse event

    Stefani Piasecki, of Bel Air, stood in line on Sunday with her daughters, Avalyn, 4, and Kristalyn, 9, as the girls eagerly waited for a chance to ride on a Level Volunteer Fire Company fire truck. “Awesome,” Kristalyn said, when asked about her experience at the fire company’s open house, which...

  • Steppingstone museum hosts 'Downton Abbey'-style garden party fundraiser for textile collection

    Steppingstone museum hosts 'Downton Abbey'-style garden party fundraiser for textile collection

    Abby Harting laid three pieces of period clothing on a table, all women’s bodices — the first dated to the 1870s to the 1880s, the second from the 1890s and the third from the early 20th century. The third item bore the label of a local seamstress, L.W. Holloway. Lillie Holloway lived and started...

  • Havre de Grace church takes public stand against hate

    Havre de Grace church takes public stand against hate

    It was neither a single incident or episode, nor last weekend’s NFL players kneeling controversy, but rather just the general troubling, turbulent times of recent weeks and months that prompted leaders of one Harford County church to make a public declaration against hate. “I felt that we needed...

  • 510 Johnnys, C.R. Wings fined for serving underage police cadet

    510 Johnnys, C.R. Wings fined for serving underage police cadet

    Two Bel Air businesses — 510 Johnnys and C.R. Wings — were fined by the Harford County Liquor Control Board Wednesday for serving alcohol to an underage police cadet during compliance tests in May. The board unanimously approved a $2,000 fine on one charge of selling alcohol to a minor against...

  • Muslim leader refutes concerns, vows Joppatowne houses will be open to all

    Muslim leader refutes concerns, vows Joppatowne houses will be open to all

    A Muslim community leader told a crowd of about 200 people Tuesday night that the Ansar housing complex being built in Joppatowne will be open to anyone who wants to buy a house there, refuting concerns from residents and elected officials that it would be for Muslims only. “This community was and...

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