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Erika Butler

Writer

Erika Butler joined The Aegis as a reporter in 1994, just a few months out of college. She has served as an editor since the late 1990s, first of The Record, then coordinating news and later features, which she does today. Erika has covered just about every county government meeting in her 20 years and written on hundreds of different topics of interest to Harford County residents. She has lived in most of her life in Harford County, growing up in Fallston then living in various places in Bel Air. Erika is married with two children and enjoys running and reading.

Recent Articles

  • Bulle Rock opens for season after uncertainty over golf course's future

    Bulle Rock opens for season after uncertainty over golf course's future

    Bulle Rock Golf Course in Havre de Grace opened earlier this year for the 2018 season, according to the new director of operations, despite questions last spring over the course’s future. “The golf course is 100 percent open for play now and forever,” Damon Klepczynski, who was named Bulle Rock’s...

  • Harford's 2018 Teacher of the Year to be chosen April 4

    Harford's 2018 Teacher of the Year to be chosen April 4

    Harford County’s finalists for 2018 Teacher of the Year were honored Monday by the Harford County Board of Education ahead of the annual banquet Wednesday, when the winner will be chosen. The finalists are Amanda Roberts, a social studies teacher at Harford Technical High School; Nicole Shank,...

  • North Harford pool among $7 million in school repair projects OK'd by board of ed

    North Harford pool among $7 million in school repair projects OK'd by board of ed

    Nearly $7 million in construction contracts for Harford County Public Schools were approved Monday night by the Board of Education, including repairs to the North Harford Middle School swimming pool. The biggest of the four contracts was the $5.6 million project to enclose the open space classrooms...

  • Harford overdoses increasing at lower rates

    Harford overdoses increasing at lower rates

    As Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler changed the number of overdoses this year to 100 on the heroin sign outside the Sheriff’s Office Bel Air headquarters Monday morning, investigators were on the scene of another fatal overdose. A second fatal overdose of the day was reported Monday afternoon....

  • Two Fallston fire company members found guilty of second-degree assault against fellow member

    Two Fallston fire company members found guilty of second-degree assault against fellow member

    Two of the four people charged last November with attempted rape and assault of a fellow member of Fallston Volunteer Fire & Ambulance Company entered pleas in the case and were sentenced Tuesday. Andrew Burkins, 21, of the 900 block of Winters Court in Bel Air, and John Hefner, 20, of the 2400...

  • The Aegis Police Blotter

    The Aegis Police Blotter

    The Harford County Sheriff’s Office and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen David Asher Light, 32, of the 300 block of Cooke Street, was charged Thursday with theft less than $100, driving while his license was suspended, unauthorized use of a registration plate, driving an uninsured vehicle...

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