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Annapolis officials are poised to approve spending $12.5 million to start building a state-of-the-art water treatment facility as part of Mayor Joshua J. Cohen's proposed capital budget for fiscal year 2013. The city council has granted initial...
Lillie M. Oliver and her husband, Lawrence, have lived in their East Baltimore rowhouse since the 1960s. The couple, who have been married 65 years, said they were terrified recently of losing the house they worked so hard to purchase because of an...
Taxi drivers in Havre de Grace who violate city code could be fined and reported to Harford County, and the city's water rates would be established at least three years in advance, if two proposals by the city council Monday night are approved. Under the...
Tags: Havre de Grace, Prescription Drugs, Fines, Punishment
Harford County Executive David Craig's proposed capital budget for 2013 features some new projects that residents could see this year. One project of interest in Havre de Grace is a long planned addition to the Susquehanna Hose Company's Number 3...
Road improvements in the Bel Air area will see the relocation of several utility poles and more roundabouts on two popular roads. Contracts for projects on Moores Mill Road, Wheel Road, Thomas Run Road and Cedarday Drive were all approved by the...
The athletic field at C. Milton Wright High School in Bel Air will be the next in Harford County to be converted from grass to synthetic turf. The Harford County Board of Estimates voted Thursday to award $783,745 contract to Dixie Construction Company...
Residents of Aberdeen and other small municipalities in Maryland that upgraded their wastewater treatment under state and federal mandates could soon be facing higher state fees and, possibly higher city water bills, city officials warn. As Aberdeen gets...
He threatened to have a gun but didn't show it, though his words were menacing enough. "If you don't want to get shot, I want your pocketbook," he told the two women as he robbed them outside the French bistro Petit Louis in Roland Park, according to...
In winter, houses and structures are more obvious than in other seasons when abundant foliage obscures their view. On a recent walk in Roland Park, we passed one longstanding institution after another. I thought of what staying power these neighborhood...
Tags: Business, Roland Park, Business
Don't be surprised if longtime "poop warriors" along theChesapeake Bay'sthickly populated Western Shore are not sympathetic to claims that builders in still-rural parts of the watershed should have unlimited use of septic tanks. Those backyard sewage...
The following is compiled from local police reports. Our policy is to include descriptions when there is enough information to make identification possible. If you have information about these crimes, call the Wilkens Police Station at 410-887-0872....
Tags: Catonsville, Theft
The average water customer's bill in Harford County could go up an average of 4 percent if a new wholesale water rate fee schedule is approved, water and sewer officials told members of the County Council Tuesday. Deputy Director of Public Works Joel...
Tags: Consumer Confidence
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