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  • City says water pipe insurance won't be available until autumn

    City says water pipe insurance won't be available until autumn
    City officials say the insurance program for broken water pipes they’ve been publicizing likely won’t be available for several months, and possibly not until autumn. Baltimore first announced the insurance – which officials call a...
  • Sea & stay: Cruises vie to offer onboard recreation

    Sea & stay: Cruises vie to offer onboard recreation
    Above Deck 17 on the Norwegian Getaway, a father and young son wearing safety harnesses work their way around a ropes course, taking careful steps on a web of narrow beams, winding their fingers through a rope net for balance. Up ahead, a woman is...
  • Most new building in Bel Air remains on hold because of water woes

    Most new building in Bel Air remains on hold because of water woes
    During 2013, the Town of Bel Air continued its efforts to promote sustainable growth and development, but at the same time, town officials had to stop the approvals of new construction projects as state, county and municipal officials work out the town'...
  • Army says tests show minimal effects from May 2 sewage in Edgewood

    Army says tests show minimal effects from May 2 sewage in Edgewood
    The Army says a 1.8 million gallon overflow of partially treated sewage from a wastewater treatment plant serving Aberdeen Proving Ground's Edgewood Area earlier this month had minimal effect on the environment. "In a report received [May 8] at APG's...
  • Bel Air bids adieu to La Chic Salon building

    Bel Air bids adieu to La Chic Salon building
    The building once known as La Chic Salon & Spa was torn down Wednesday in preparation for a new dental office at Thomas and Hays streets, one of the few new construction projects that can move ahead in the Town of Bel Air. The town has struggled to...
  • Police raid 50 businesses in illegal gambling ring [50 years ago]

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, May 28, 1964: Sheriff William J. Kunkel along with 150 other policemen, staged the largest gambling raid in county history and one of the largest ever in Maryland 50 years ago this week. Fifty...
  • City asks home owners to buy insurance for water meter overhaul

    City asks home owners to buy insurance for water meter overhaul
    Baltimore's spending panel approved a deal Wednesday with a Connecticut company to offer insurance to property owners whose pipes could break during a system-wide overhaul of water meters. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake encouraged residents to buy...
  • A watershed moment for Harford [Editorial]

    A watershed moment for Harford [Editorial]
    Dull though the subject matter may be, it would be hard to overstate the potential impact on Harford County of a consolidated, countywide water and sewer system. Running a municipal water system that meets the demands of large swaths of the populace,...
  • With only minor damage, Howard gets back to normal after heavy rains

    With only minor damage, Howard gets back to normal after heavy rains
    Despite road closures and water levels that threatened to burst up and over stream banks, Howard County escaped Wednesday's heavy rains relatively unscathed, according to county officials monitoring the situation.  Just three of the more than 25 roads...
  • Worker, 21, killed in fall from Pasadena water tower

    Worker, 21, killed in fall from Pasadena water tower
    A 21-year-old worker was killed in a fall from a Pasadena water tower Wednesday, and police identified him Friday. Chad Louis Weller of Stevensville fell 180 feet from the tower in the 3700 block of Mountain Road at around 2:30 p.m., according to the...
  • 'Poems of Warren' tells story of town lost under waters of Loch Raven Reservoir

    'Poems of Warren' tells story of town lost under waters of Loch Raven Reservoir
    Timonium resident and poet Ann Kolakowski says that what she discovered when her grandmother turned 99 has haunted her to this day. Now, nearly 12 years later, she has published a book of poetry about that discovery. "When my brothers and I were...
  • Mt. Soma, Milton Avenue projects still drawing fire in Fallston

    Several development issues remain on the Fallston community's radar, including a proposed commercial site at Route 1 and Milton Avenue and apartments slated for the historic Mt. Soma Farm near Route 1 and the Bel Air Bypass. "The big ticket item" at...