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  • A chilling effect

    Johns Hopkins University says a request earlier this week for a professor to remove from its website a blog post that criticized the National Security Agency — a move that outraged many faculty members — resulted from a simple misunderstanding...
  • Harford County replaces Bel Air courthouse walkways

    Harford County replaces Bel Air courthouse walkways
    The area in front of the Harford County Courthouse in Bel Air has been a construction zone recently as a contractor has been busy rebuilding the brick walkways the county says were deteriorating. "Caulk and mortar joints are failing, bricks are...
  • Some vendor spaces available for Oct. 19 yard sale at Laurel Municipal Center

    Some vendor spaces available for Oct. 19 yard sale at Laurel Municipal Center
    The Laurel Employee Relations Committee will hold a yard sale Saturday, Oct. 19 in the parking lot of the Laurel Municipal Center, 8103 Sandy Spring Road. Limited vendor spaces are still available; cost is $15, and spaces do not include a table....
  • Baltimore liquor board is 'changing everything,' chairman says

    Baltimore liquor board is 'changing everything,' chairman says
    Baltimore's liquor board is reforming the way it does business — cutting staff, adding supervision and imposing new work rules — after a state audit revealed a lax work ethic and spotty enforcement, its chairman told lawmakers Tuesday. "We'...
  • VA office excluding veterans from disability program, group says

    VA office excluding veterans from disability program, group says
    A senior official of the American Legion, working with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to reduce its disability claims backlog, told Congress her organization had encountered an "obstructionist attitude" in the VA's underperforming Baltimore...
  • Hampden shop offers a helping hand during shutdown

    Hampden shop offers a helping hand during shutdown
    Several of Sue Caldwell's regular customers at the Lovelyarns store in Hampden told her they are out of work until the government shutdown ends. That makes her sad, and listening to discussions on the radio about the shutdown frustrate her. "It...
  • CFPB: Employers can't force workers to be paid via cards

    CFPB: Employers can't force workers to be paid via cards
    Workers take note: Your boss can’t force you to accept wages on payroll cards. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau sent out this reminder after hearing of reports that some businesses, especially retailers and fast-food restaurants, would...
  • Academics decry Hopkins' removal of professor's blog post

    Academics decry Hopkins' removal of professor's blog post
    Matthew D. Green made a name for himself as the rare cryptography professor who will explain and critique the U.S. government's most controversial surveillance capabilities in layman's terms and unencumbered by a government security clearance or...
  • Running it back: Ravens' offensive identity, pass rush disrupts the Browns, Marlon Brown and more

    Running it back: Ravens' offensive identity, pass rush disrupts the Browns, Marlon Brown and more
    The Ravens are just two games into their grueling 16-game regular season, and while they are still trying to figure out what their identity will be on offense, it’s becoming pretty clear what they hope that identity will be. The Ravens have ran...
  • Dan Higbee is Harford Employee of the Month for September

    Harford County Department of Administration employee Dan Higbee has been named the Harford County Employee of the Month for September. Higbee is an asset manager in the Office of Risk Management. Higbee did an outstanding job with the new security system...
  • Traffic increases at food pantries, aid programs

    Traffic increases at food pantries, aid programs
    Some food pantries and aid programs in Maryland are experiencing an increase in requests for help — a jump that program officials believe is due partly to federal furloughs. Food pantry managers around Maryland say they have heard directly from...
  • Despite controversy, most Harford school athletes have paid to play

    Despite controversy, most Harford school athletes have paid to play
    Despite the ongoing public controversy about it, Harford County's $50 pay-to-play fee to participate in athletics is having little apparent impact on the players themselves. According to a public schools spokesperson, there are 3,050 students on the...