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  • Empty Stocking Fund ends 2013 campaign with $95,000 raised

    Empty Stocking Fund ends 2013 campaign with $95,000 raised
    Thanks to all the wonderful people of Harford County the Empty Stocking Fund raised $95,060 during the 2013 holiday season to help many people in need in the county have a brighter Christmas. This year the locally based Christmas charity was able to...
  • Vehicle runs into Frank's Pizza [Harford police blotter]

    Aberdeen Charles Glenn Wade Jr., 39, and Edward C. Wade, 36, both of the 1500 block of Union Road, were charged Tuesday with conspiracy to distribute narcotics. An air conditioning unit was stolen Thursday in the 1500 block of Mitchell Lane. A...
  • Federal government shutdown likely to impact Harford

    Federal government shutdown likely to impact Harford
    The impact of the federal government shutdown Tuesday is likely to have an impact well beyond the boundaries of Aberdeen Proving Ground and the 23,000 civilians, contractors and uniformed military who work at the military installation. Not only is APG...
  • Big Powerball spurs more lottery sales in Harford

    Big Powerball spurs more lottery sales in Harford
    It could be anyone's lucky day. That's what plenty of Maryland Lottery ticket buyers have been hoping, as they drive up ticket sales waiting on a Powerball estimated at $425 million. Harford County has seen a spike in lottery purchases as the...
  • Klein Foundation donates $10,000 to Sheriff's Foundation

    Klein Foundation donates $10,000 to Sheriff's Foundation
    The Klein's ShopRite of Maryland Charitable Foundation has made a $10,000 donation to the Harford County Sheriff's Foundation, earmarked for funding the Sheriff's Office's Youth Services Division. The donation was commemorated by the presentation at...
  • Baltimore buyback takes in 461 guns in wake of Conn. shooting

    Baltimore buyback takes in 461 guns in wake of Conn. shooting
    With the violent attack on a Connecticut elementary school weighing on many minds, hundreds of people turned in 461 guns to Baltimore police at a buyback Saturday. Sonia White, a 65-year-old Baltimore County grandmother, was turning in her husband's old...
  • Construction will start Tuesday on ShopRite of Howard Park

    Construction will start Tuesday on ShopRite of Howard Park
    Klein's Family Markets will start construction Tuesday on a long-awaited supermarket in Howard Park in northwest Baltimore. A 10 a.m. groundbreaking will mark the start of work on a full-service, 68,000-square-foot ShopRite of Howard Park at 4601...
  • Charm City Run honors Boston runners

    Charm City Run honors Boston runners
    Local runners packed Charm City Run in downtown Bel Air Monday evening, and even spilled outside onto South Main Street. They were drawn by the retailer's "Runners for Boston" fun run. Runners also came out to Charm City Run's four other stores –...
  • City, Rite Aid reach agreement on Howard Park supermarket site

    City, Rite Aid reach agreement on Howard Park supermarket site
    Rite Aid agreed Thursday to allow construction of a ShopRite supermarket in West Baltimore's Howard Park neighborhood to move forward. The move appears to eliminate the final impediment to the long-awaited grocery store. A groundbreaking has been...
  • Court hearing set for Aberdeen mayor's appeal of adverse ethics commission ruling

    Court hearing set for Aberdeen mayor's appeal of adverse ethics commission ruling
    The City of Aberdeen's Ethics Commission and city Mayor Mike Bennett are getting ready for a May 17 court hearing over the commission's November 2011 "admonishment" of Bennett's trip to Augusta, Ga., taken at the behest of Ripken Baseball. City lawyer...
  • Letter: In whose best interest is it that Walmart be allowed to move?

    Editor: In whose best interest is it, that Walmart be allowed to move from their present location to Plumtree Road? What are the elected officials looking at? Are they looking to fill their coffers or to cause more congestion on an already busy street?...
  • Harford council hears support for 4 percent employee raise

    County employees packed the Harford County Council chambers Tuesday night as several union representatives urged the council to support a 4 percent raise for all of them. Those employees loudly applauded every word of support that came their way. During...