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  • Ridgely Middle School administrators help 'bag hunger'

    Ridgely Middle School administrators help 'bag hunger'
    Shortly after school let out on Wednesday, Sept. 21, three administrators from Ridgely Middle School abandoned their desk chairs, trading their offices for grocery store checkout aisles at the new Timonium ShopRite. Principal Susan Evans, Assistant...
  • Harford police blotter: man attacks vehicle with baseball bat

    Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Clarence Edward Weaver Sr., 53, of the first block of East Inca Street, was arrested Monday on a bench warrant in a case in which he was charged with driving an uninsured...
  • One month after Wegmans opens and the grocer is still causing waves

    One month after Wegmans opens and the grocer is still causing waves
    A month after the new Wegmans opened in Abingdon, its impact on Harford County's grocery business and shopping patterns isn't fully defined, though one competitor has definitely taken notice and is fiercely fighting back. What is clear is Wegmans, not...
  • Beards Hill Road in Aberdeen to be paved by Friday

    Beards Hill Road in Aberdeen to be paved by Friday
    The well-traveled portion of Beards Hill Road that links Route 22 from the Aberdeen Proving Ground Federal Credit Union and McDonald's with the major shopping area around the curve to 84 Lumber in Aberdeen was scheduled to be repaved by the end of today...
  • Ethics panel admonishes Aberdeen mayor Bennett, as campaign enters final days

    Ethics panel admonishes Aberdeen mayor Bennett, as campaign enters final days
    As Aberdeen's two mayoral candidates, incumbent Mike Bennett and challenger Patrick McGrady, near the end of their campaigns, Bennett received some unwanted criticism this week from the city's ethics commission. With just six days until the voters have...
  • Enfield-Based Band Sfere Spans Generations

    The Enfield-based jazz, funk and blues band SFere spans two generations. Two of its members, Mark Mooney and Dave Choquette, are in their 50s and have been playing music for a long time. The band's two newest members, Andy Lawson and Frank Payeur, are...
  • Police: Ridgefield Father Left Child Inside Car While At Work

    Police: Ridgefield Father Left Child Inside Car While At Work
    Services will be held Sunday for the 15-month-old who died in Ridgefield on Monday when he was left inside a car at his father's workplace. The father was supposed to drop the boy off at day care but drove to his workplace and left the child inside his...
  • Supermarket Plans for 'Downtown North' Collapse In Face of Ballpark Proposal

    Supermarket Plans for 'Downtown North' Collapse In Face of Ballpark Proposal
    Plans for a supermarket just north of downtown Hartford have collapsed now that the city has proposed a minor league baseball stadium on neighboring land. The Hartford Community Loan Fund said Wednesday it is abandoning its plans for a full-service...
  • City To Seek Development Proposals For Ballpark, Downtown North As Soon As Next Week

    City To Seek Development Proposals For Ballpark, Downtown North As Soon As Next Week
    HARTFORD — The city will seek proposals as early as next week to redevelop more than a dozen acres just north of downtown, seeking to capitalize on new attention that a planned minor league park is bringing to the long-ignored area. City officials...
  • Kroger buys Vitacost to expand into online grocery shopping

    Supermarket giant Kroger Co. wants to beef up its Internet operations.  The operator of Ralphs and Food 4 Less said Wednesday that it is buying Vitacost.com, an online seller of vitamins and other health-oriented products, for $280 million. Kroger...
  • United Bank To Open New Connecticut Branches in Glastonbury, East Hartford

    United Bank will open two branches in the next year —a third in Glastonbury and the bank's first in East Hartford — in the first branch expansion since the April merger with Rockville Bank. The Glastonbury branch will open at 2670 Main St.,...
  • Local duo launched snack-food company featuring Baltimore athletes

    Marc Heyman and Jeff Hinton opened HomeGamers, a sports memorabilia store in the TownMall of Westminster, eight years ago. And the Westminster residents have had success selling Orioles and Ravens merchandise to sports fans in Carroll. But every year,...