Ted Hendricks

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  • More trash talk in Havre de Grace

    More trash talk in Havre de Grace

    Changes to trash collection in Harford County not only have been coming, but also will keep coming. Those changes – the costs to dump trash in landfills and how recycling and yard waste are handled, chief among them – have led Havre de Grace and other jurisdictions to fight new battles with how...

  • Residents oppose two new Royal Farms stores in Joppa area

    Residents oppose two new Royal Farms stores in Joppa area

    Two new Royal Farms stores planned for the Joppa area drew opposition during a Development Advisory Commission meeting in Bel Air Wednesday morning. Nearby residents spoke against a replacement store that will add gas pumps and an expanded business at Kearney Drive and Joppa Farm Road in Joppatowne,...

  • Foundation continues efforts to acquire Havre de Grace Colored School building

    Foundation continues efforts to acquire Havre de Grace Colored School building

    The group trying to buy the former Havre de Grace Colored School at 555 Alliance St. made a presentation to the Havre de Grace City Council Monday night, showing not only their vision, but also how far they have to go to make it reality. The building, which was Harford County's first public high...

  • Gamatoria leaves Havre de Grace council to lead mayor's staff

    Gamatoria leaves Havre de Grace council to lead mayor's staff

    Steve Gamatoria, a longtime member of the Havre de Grace City Council, announced at the end of Monday night’s two-hour Council meeting that he was resigning from his elected position to become chief of staff for Mayor William Martin. “I guess what I’m saying is tonight will be my last meeting,”...

  • Fallston man competing in Ironman triathlon to benefit others

    Fallston man competing in Ironman triathlon to benefit others

    It's amazing what a new stove can do for a person – just ask Dwight Griffith of Fallston. A custom home builder, Griffith was facing financial difficulties a couple years after the housing crisis hit around 2008. He was a single dad of five kids who went from living in a 4,000-square-foot house...

  • Havre de Grace talking trash

    Havre de Grace talking trash

    Havre de Grace city officials are talking trash. More precisely, they’re talking about how to accumulate and dispose of less of it while increasing how much city residents recycle. “The City of Havre de Grace is going to make an effort to educate our citizens on trash,” Mayor William Martin said...

  • Harford Community College is celebrating 60 years

    Harford Community College is celebrating 60 years

    Harford Community College, from its humble beginnings in 1957 as part of the Harford County Public Schools system, continues to grow and prosper. In this, its 60th year, the college has adopted a new slogan and planned a series of events throughout the academic year to mark the milestone. The college’s...

  • Former surgeon general joins Harford County's heroin fight

    Former surgeon general joins Harford County's heroin fight

    On the day a former Surgeon General of the United States was in Bel Air spreading his message of hope, based on prevention and treatment, in the face of the opioid addiction epidemic, there were three overdoses reported in Harford County. Two of the three people died, including one at a location...

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