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  • Proposed university research park discussed by Harford economic board

    Harford County Economic Development Advisory Board member B. Danny DeMarinis explained the benefits of creating a university research park in the county during Wednesday's advisory board meeting in Aberdeen. DeMarinis gave a presentation on a proposed...
  • Family, teammates of deceased St. Paul's School for Girls soccer player share bond of support

    Family, teammates of deceased St. Paul's School for Girls soccer player share bond of support
    With only one senior starter, it stands to reason that the St. Paul's School for Girls varsity soccer team sometimes displays more lapses than a veteran team normally would. Yet the Gators always know, no matter how they fare on the field, their most...
  • Harford County Facebook page takes trip down Memory Lane

    Did you get hot dogs from Peppi's on Thomas Street? Spend hours playing video games at Replay Arcade in Tollgate Mall? Did you shop at Mammoth Mart before it was an Ames? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then you may have grown up in...
  • Bel Air's Bacso leads all women in Hammerman Triathlon

    Julie Bacso of Bel Air won the women's race of the Hammerman Triathlon in Gunpowder State Park Oct. 2. A late change in the race format worked to her advantage. Bacso, the strongest runner in the field of 38 women, raced through the final, 5K-run phase...
  • St. Charles of Brazil Church to hold fundraiser to package 10,000 meals

    St. Charles of Brazil Church to hold fundraiser to package 10,000 meals
    Forty volunteers brought together by members of St. Charles of Brazil independent Catholic church will gather on Nov. 12 with the goal of packaging 10,000 meals in two hours. That is, if the 30-person independent Catholic church, established in 2009, can...
  • Cheap Halloween costume ideas and a contest: Cheap Trick Thursday

    Cheap Halloween costume ideas and a contest: Cheap Trick Thursday
    Here's the good news: You've still got two weekends to gather materials for a creative costume without spending a fortune. And Consuming Interests is hosting a contest to reward the best cheap costumes! Check the site for more details in the days to...
  • Thirty-five charged with Maryland crime spree

    Federal authorities announced Thursday a racketeering indictment charging 35 alleged Bloods gang members with murder, kidnapping and other crimes from Western Maryland to the Eastern Shore — a move they said had "dismantled" the gang. Authorities...
  • An anti-GMO March goes through Baltimore with Eric Nies

    An anti-GMO March goes through Baltimore with Eric Nies
    The Right2Know March came through Baltimore today. The "mobilization for GMO Labeling" is headed on foot, to Washington, D.C., where they will hold an Oct. 16 rally in Lafayette Park. The group has been walking since Oct. 1 when they set out from...
  • PETA claims victory, says Army will end monkey testing at APG

    It appears as if PETA has scored a victory. The animal rights organization said in a press release on Thursday that "the U.S. Army has confirmed that it will discontinue cruel monkey laboratories that were part of Aberdeen Proving Ground's chemical...
  • Friends worth having: Millionaires flock to Facebook

    Yes, even millionaires want friends. The percentage of American millionaires on Facebook jumped to 46 percent this year, up from 26 percent a year ago, according to Spectrem eZine. These are people with $1 million to $5 million in net worth, not...
  • The Lost CIty Diner has finally opened

    The Lost CIty Diner has finally opened
    I know, right!!!! It looks like Joy Martin's Lost City Diner is open. The diner, on the corner of Charles and Lafayette street has been a notorious work in progress -- think "Mr. Arkadian" or "Pet Sounds" The restaurant is at 1730 N. Charles St., and...
  • Table Talk: Wine Market fills its executive chef position

    Table Talk: Wine Market fills its executive chef position
    The Wine Market has elevated sous chef Andrew Weinzirl to the position of executive chef, the restaurant's owner, Chris Spann, announced Oct. 14. Weinzirl takes over from Chris Becker, who left to join the Bagby Group. "I wanted to find a chef that...