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  • Harford to sell nearly $117 million in bonds on Feb. 19

    Harford County officials are preparing to sell $116.9 in bonds on Feb. 19. The bond issues cover $40 million that is being borrowed for various capital improvement projects and $76.9 million to refinance two previous bond issues from 2005 and 2007,...
  • Havre de Grace election coming up features two running for mayor, five for three city council seats

    Havre de Grace election coming up features two running for mayor, five for three city council seats
    With Havre de Grace's election just around the corner, on May 7, voters will get the chance to cast ballots for one of two mayoral candidates and three of five running for city council. Mayor Wayne Dougherty, who is seeking a fourth term, is...
  • Thomas M. Wirth named vice president at Geo-Technology Associates

    Professional engineer Thomas M. Wirth has been promoted to vice president of Geo-Technology Associates Inc., a mid-Atlantic geotechnical engineering and environmental consulting firm. With 12 years of professional experience, Wirth specializes in...
  • Prettyboy Reservoir Day on April 27 celebrates region's liquid asset

    Prettyboy Reservoir Day on April 27 celebrates region's liquid asset
    Since the 1930s, warm weather and sunshine is a signal for many in Carroll and Baltimore counties to venture outdoors for biking, hiking fishing and boating trips in the Gunpowder River and Prettyboy watershed in the Hereford area. Spring has arrived...
  • Aberdeen could raise water, sewer, trash rates for 2014

    Aberdeen residents could see some increases in their bills for 2014, although property taxes will probably stay the same, city manager Doug Miller told the city council during a Monday work session. He said he hoped to have the city budget ready for...
  • Pages Past: Custodian's heroics save child as wall collapses

    An article in the Jan. 24, 1963, edition of the Herald Argus and Baltimore Countian reported the heroics of a school custodian in rescuing a student. Fourteen-year-old Norman G. Gaither, an eighth grade student at Our Lady of Victory Catholic school on...
  • County announces water line replacements in Towson

    Baltimore County Public Works announced Thursday that work will begin on or around Monday, April 15 to replace 2,700 feet of water lines on York Road in Towson between the Beltway and Washington Avenue. The work, which Public Works Spokesman David...
  • Aberdeen wise to keep ahead of the curve on sewage treatment issues [Editorial]

    It's a matter no one gives a, well let's say hoot, about until there's a problem. When there is a problem with it, everyone affected will be angry enough to call city hall and give the poor soul who answers a blast of, let's just call it hot air. The...
  • Councilman failed to provide context on storm water fee [Letter]

    In Councilman David Marks' recent newsletter, he presented "facts" regarding Baltimore County's proposal to levy a storm water fee on properties throughout the county. However, he failed to provide any context. The federal government is requiring the...
  • Aberdeen approves loan for unique sewer lining equipment

    Aberdeen will soon be just the second jurisdiction on the East Coast to install special pipe-bursting equipment to line its sanitary sewers, Public Works Director Matt Lapinsky said Monday. The city council approved a resolution at its meeting Monday...
  • Water restrictions in place for all WSSC customers after break in Chevy Chase

    After a break in a 54-inch water transmission main in Chevy Chase Monday night, WSSC officials this morning placed a mandatory restriction on water use that affects all customers — residential and businesses — in Prince George's and Montgomery...
  • Howard's messy septic plan

    Howard's messy septic plan
    Howard County Executive Ken Ulman probably never expected the first veto of his six years in office to involve a land use bill, particularly one that he was compelled to seek by state law. But that's what happened, and between now and Monday it's up to...