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  • Under Armour introduces workout monitoring system Armour 39, new commercial

    Under Armour introduces workout monitoring system Armour 39, new commercial
    Baltimore-based Under Armour hosted a press event in New York City Tuesday to introduce what the company has dubbed "its biggest ever global marketing campaign." While the new "I Will" campaign recalls the old "Will you protect this house?" commercial...
  • Charles Villagers catch disco fever for upcoming fundraiser

    Disco was long dead when Charles Village neighbors Rebecca Bruce and Halle Van der Gaag were raising their children in the late 1990s. At the time, the Goucher College graduates were young mothers looking for a way to raise money to build playgrounds at...
  • Ectone hires Lynn Davis as senior project manager

    Lynn Davis has been hired as a senior project manager for Harford-based Ecotone Inc., an ecological design build firm. Davis will be developing and managing Ecotone's environmental credit market services in the Mid-Atlantic region. Davis spent the...
  • Carroll County promotes shopping local

    Carroll County promotes shopping local
    Carroll County's downtown communities are joining together in an effort to encourage residents to shop local. "Shopping local isn't just in your neighborhood, it's in the county's neighborhoods," said Missie Wilcox, owner of Marketworks, a marketing and...
  • The Highlands School Students Raise Money for the Humane Society of Harford County

    On Dec. 7, students from The Highlands School presented a check to the Humane Society of Harford County for money raised from their service club project. From baking cookies, to washing cars, to selling popcorn, they raised $480 for the needy animals of...
  • Four Columbia teens charged in string of commercial burglaries

    Four Columbia teens charged in string of commercial burglaries
    Four Columbia teenage boys have been arrested in connection with a string 16 commercial burglaries that occurred over a three-month period in Columbia and Elkridge. The four juveniles —  ages 13, 17 and two 14-year olds — were not...
  • Food pantry in Lansdowne fulfilling for volunteers and those in need

    Food pantry in Lansdowne fulfilling for volunteers and those in need
    It all started in a hall closet six years ago. Members of St. Clement Catholic Church would fill a small coat closet with individual grocery bags containing food staples to be distributed twice a week at their food pantry. Extra boxes and cans of food...
  • With an app, Wham City finds its mainstream breakthrough

    With an app, Wham City finds its mainstream breakthrough
    At last month's Academy of Country Music Awards, Brad Paisley performed his single, “Beat This Summer,” alongside John Mayer. The audience held up cell phones — the modern version of the lighter at concerts — that displayed bright,...
  • American Association of University Women hold scholarship fund event [Letter]

    On Monday, May 6, the Harford Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) held its fourth annual Food Fight, bringing together four chefs from around the region to compete in a cooking competition - one wherein each chef prepared, in one...
  • Walmart plans for growth in Maryland

    Walmart plans for growth in Maryland
    Red anti-Walmart signs dot a stretch of Route 924 in Harford County, where people have packed public meetings and organized protests. Petitions are circulating through housing developments, and residents are writing to politicians. But it's not corporate...
  • Free PB&J sandwich is part of this comfort package

    Free PB&J sandwich is part of this comfort package
    Most days, the college trained chemist analyzes the wastewater from the Westminster treatment plant before it's discharged into Big Pipe Creek. But once a month, acting on his Christian faith, Richard Yoder and his wife, Sonya, set up on the lawn in...
  • Shake-up at IndyCar has no impact on Grand Prix of Baltimore planning

    Shake-up at IndyCar has no impact on Grand Prix of Baltimore planning
    IndyCar CEO Randy Bernard's ouster will have no effect on plans for the third Grand Prix of Baltimore, organizers said. "We had strong ties with Randy," said Tim Mayer, general manager of this year's race. "But we have strong ties with a hundred other...