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  • City officials still unclear on responsibility for railroad landslide

    City officials still unclear on responsibility for railroad landslide
    One week after the collapse of a large retaining wall between CSX Transportation railroad tracks and East 26th Street in Charles Village, city officials said they still had not determined who was responsible for the wall or who will pay the cost to repair...
  • Schaefer Award celebrates service to community by Shepherd's Staff

    Schaefer Award celebrates service to community by Shepherd's Staff
    The years of community service by the Westminster nonprofit Shepherd's Staff was honored May 7 when State Comptroller Peter Franchot presented the organization with one of his William Donald Schaefer Helping People Awards. "I am so happy to be in a...
  • Harford teachers ask for fully funded schools budget [25 years ago]

    From The Aegis dated May 11, 1989: Harford teachers were turning out 25 years ago at the Harford County Council's budget hearings to ask that they fully fund the school system's $12.4 million in new operating money. Harford County Executive Habern...
  • The high cost of community baseball at Harford Community College

    The high cost of community baseball at Harford Community College
    The recent controversial decision by Harford Community College officials to raise fees for adult baseball and softball leagues to make the operations of the campus playing fields self-sufficient has become a reflection of budget issues the college has...
  • Harford Community College president talks college finances, sports complex

    Harford Community College president talks college finances, sports complex
    Harford Community College President Dennis Golladay sat down with two editors and a reporter from The Aegis earlier this week and talked about the college's finances and the controversy over fee increase at the Harford Sports Complex. He also provided the...
  • Bail reform is still needed [Editorial]

    Two years after a decision by the state's highest court mandating that criminal suspects be represented by counsel at every stage of their cases, including the initial bail hearing before a commissioner, we still have no sustainable plan to make that...
  • Public financing leads to fair elections [Commentary]

    Public financing leads to fair elections [Commentary]
    Professors at Northwestern and Princeton just released a joint study declaring U.S. democracy as we know it officially passť, with "economic elite domination" the new normal. The report's authors found that policies supported by these elites and by...
  • Ground broken for new Harford therapeutic riding center

    Ground broken for new Harford therapeutic riding center
    Ground was broken Thursday for a new county government funded facility to provide therapeutic horseback riding activities for children and adults with special needs, disadvantaged and at-risk young people and elderly citizens. The Harford County...
  • The toll on U.S. roads [Editorial]

    The toll on U.S. roads  [Editorial]
    Since the 1930s, the federal tax on gasoline has been the single greatest source of revenue to pay for America's highways and mass transit. For every gallon sold, 18.4 cents is collected by the federal government and set aside in the Highway Trust Fund to...
  • Amtrak's vulnerability [Editorial]

    Amtrak's vulnerability  [Editorial]
    No doubt there were some lumps in throats at Amtrak headquarters last month when they heard the words "collapse" and "rail line" in Baltimore. As it happens, it was a CSX freight line that was affected by the loss of a 120-year-old retaining wall in...
  • Catonsville nonprofit to hold eviction prevention yard sale

    Catonsville nonprofit to hold eviction prevention yard sale
    The Catonsville nonprofit CEFM Network is constantly looking for ways to help the less fortunate. The organization will be holding a yard sale Saturday, May 17, from 8 a.m. to noon to raise money for its eviction prevention program. The group is...
  • Havre de Grace council looks for cuts elsewhere to avoid 20 percent water rate hike

    Havre de Grace council looks for cuts elsewhere to avoid 20 percent water rate hike
    What's next for Havre de Grace water and sewer rates? Will the city council raise them or perhaps find other ways to cut costs? The verdict is still out, as the council and Mayor Wayne Dougherty met with the city finance director Wednesday night to...