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  • A taste of victory with free burgers offered after Ravens win

    A taste of victory with free burgers offered after Ravens win
    To get a free hamburger, cheeseburger, turkey burger, bacon burger or veggie burger at Z-Burger in White Marsh, all a customer had to say was "Super Bowl." And that's clearly where the Ravens are headed, according to fans celebrating at the burger...
  • Fork Road in Baldwin open after crash damages utility lines

    Fork Road in Baldwin open after crash damages utility lines
    Police have reopened the 12900 block of Fork Road in Baldwin Tuesday morning after a several-hour closure caused by a car accident that brought down utility wires. Baltimore County Police Corporal John Wachter said Verizon repair crews are working...
  • City marks completion of East Monument Street sinkhole repair

    Nearly five months after a portion of East Monument Street collapsed in a gaping sinkhole, city officials reopened the street Wednesday afternoon, completing one of the city's largest underground utility repairs ever. "It's been a long and tough journey...
  • Wizards bring back point guard Mack, who was cut in October

    The Washington Wizards have decided to address their backcourt problems by signing a point guard who was cut last October for not being experienced enough to handle playmaking duties. If that sounds confusing, imagine being Shelvin Mack late Saturday...
  • Hudson's Corner: 'Tis the season for holiday mishaps and malfunctions

    'Tis the season of light and joy. 'Tis also the season when mishaps and malfunctions are more noticeable. This year it began right before Thanksgiving. The night before Thanksgiving, five burglaries and three larcenies took place in the neighborhood,...
  • Harford County Police blotter

    Maryland State Police and Sheriff's Office reports: Aberdeen Angel Luis Alicea, 27, of the 600 block of West Market Street, was charged Saturday with being a fugitive from Pennsylvania justice. Julie Tomar Paradis, 30, of the 600 block of West Bel...
  • Cell phones stolen from Havre de Grace Verizon store

    About a dozen cell phones were stolen from a Verizon store in Havre de Grace in what appears to be an inside job. Between 10 and 15 Apple iPhone and Samsung phones were reported stolen at 10:10 a.m. Monday from the store in the 900 block of Pulaski...
  • Dez Wells scores 25 points, leads Maryland to 69-62 win over George Mason

    Dez Wells scores 25 points, leads Maryland to 69-62 win over George Mason
    Dez Wells could joke about the turnovers now. It was easier to digest the five miscues — and the good-natured, locker-room scolding he got from his coach — after the sophomore topped his career high in points for the second straight game as...
  • Study shows middle-school students increasingly using smart phones, tablets for homework

    Study shows middle-school students increasingly using smart phones, tablets for homework
    From Liz Atwood: If your tween doesn't have a smart phone or tablet yet, I'll bet it's on the Christmas wish list. Yet as pervasive as mobile devices are, I was still astounded to see a new study from the Verizon Foundation that shows more than one...
  • Havre de Grace: HdG welcomes Christmas with parade Friday

    The Day of Infamy, dear readers, Is what President Franklin D. Roosevelt called today, Dec. 7, 1941 with the Japanese attack upon Hawaii. Now called Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, it is embedded in our national psyche and continued by our veterans in...
  • Aberdeen Proving Ground to get new water tank, with Aberdeen's help

    The Army is moving forward with converting an old building on the Aberdeen Proving Ground into a water source to provide 3 million gallons of water daily, Aberdeen city manager Doug Miller said. The post has one, 500,000-gallon water tank, which has...
  • Mayor's office contends city pays for 'phantom' phone lines

    The city of Baltimore is likely wasting tens of thousands of dollars a month on "phantom" phone lines that are never used, the city's new information technology director said Thursday. Chris Tonjes, who heads the Mayor's Office of Information Technology,...