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

  • New year brings deadline to comply with Maryland law requiring smoke alarm upgrade

    New year brings deadline to comply with Maryland law requiring smoke alarm upgrade

    Many Maryland homeowners are facing a Monday deadline to comply with a fire safety law requiring them to replace older smoke alarms with devices that have sealed-in, long-lasting batteries. The Maryland Smoke Alarm Law — passed in 2013 — requires homes with battery-powered smoke detectors and those...

  • Better smoke alarms required in new year

    Better smoke alarms required in new year

    By New Year’s Day on Monday, Harford County residents should have replaced their battery-operated smoke detectors with devices that have sealed-in, long-lasting batteries, in accordance with a state law enacted several years ago. “The old-style smoke alarms will eventually be no longer sold,” Rich...

  • 2017 ending on cold note in Harford

    2017 ending on cold note in Harford

    The last week of 2017 in Harford County has turned into a cold one, with overnight temperatures in the low teens and daytime ones barely getting to freezing. No immediate relief from the cold before the new year was being forecast by the National Weather Service. In addition, although it was sunny...

  • Harford murder suspect Brandon Wovas held without bail

    Harford murder suspect Brandon Wovas held without bail

    An Aberdeen man charged with killing a Street woman last week will remain in jail, after Harford County District Court Judge David Carey ordered Tuesday that the suspect continue be held without bail. Brandon Allen Wovas, 25, was arrested last Thursday after allegedly confessing to Harford County...

  • Harford shoppers spend holiday money, shop for next Christmas during post-holiday sales Tuesday

    Harford shoppers spend holiday money, shop for next Christmas during post-holiday sales Tuesday

    Denise Duchacek, of Kingsville, got a head start Tuesday on next year’s Christmas shopping at the Fallston Walmart store, loading up on half-priced gift wrap. Duchacek is almost a year ahead of schedule, as she was shopping the day after Christmas 2017. She was one of a number of shoppers who hit...

  • Police charge Aberdeen man with death of woman, 34

    Police charge Aberdeen man with death of woman, 34

    The Harford County Sheriff’s Office investigators did not know, when they talked with 25-year-old Brandon Allen Wovas Thursday night, that he had allegedly killed a 34-year-old Street woman. The Sheriff’s Office was investigating the passing of Lauren Michelle Walls, whose body had been found covered...

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