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  • Judge cites 'urban terrorism' in sentencing violent robbery crew

    Judge cites 'urban terrorism' in sentencing violent robbery crew
    Early on an October morning, serial stickup man Evan Foreman and his partner got to work just minutes before the two check-cashing store employees in Baltimore's Old Goucher neighborhood. The two robbers waited by the door; then Foreman drew a gun and...
  • April: Teacher of the Year, The Aegis honored

    April: Teacher of the Year, The Aegis honored
    The title of Teacher of the Year for Harford County was given to Christina O'Neill, Bel Air Middle School language arts teacher. O'Neill was chosen from the more than 3,200 teachers in the county. Election Day for the Harford County presidential primary...
  • Six steps for post-Alonso school progress

    Six steps for post-Alonso school progress
    While Baltimore schools CEO Andrés Alonso deserves thanks for six game-changing years in Baltimore, the transformation he presided over owes as much to the vision and resolve of a city school board that insisted on fostering choice and accountability...
  • Author Jeff Shaara speaks at Jarrettsville library

    The Harford County Public Library Foundation hosted a crowd of nearly 200 guests on Friday, April 19 for its annual A Night Out @ the Library fundraiser. Attendees enjoyed lite fare, cocktails and the opportunity to hear and meet renowned military history...
  • Paper shredding, electronics recycling events April 20

    Two paper shredding events are scheduled this weekend to help residents and businesses recycle unwanted paper, or destroy sensitive materials. City residents and businesses can bring paper products to the Public Works Facility, 305-307 First St., on...
  • Md. employers add 4,700 jobs in March, Labor Dept. says

    Md. employers add 4,700 jobs in March, Labor Dept. says
    Maryland employers added 4,700 jobs in March, gains driven by the private sector, the U.S. Department of Labor estimated Friday. It was the fourth straight month of increases, though at a lower level than the previous three. The expansion brought...
  • First Pita Pit in Baltimore opens Wednesday downtown

    First Pita Pit in Baltimore opens Wednesday downtown
      Baltimore's first Pita Pit, a fast-casual concept that serves Lebanese-style pitas, is set to open Wednesday on the west side of downtown.  The eatery at 413 W. Baltimore Street was originally scheduled to open in September but faced some delays...
  • Earth Day is coming to Festival Park in Aberdeen

    This year of 2013 will be the 10th year for Aberdeen to host Earth Day at Festival Park. Every year has seen a wonderful community effort displayed by volunteers throughout the county. This year, it is all planned for Saturday, April 20. We all...
  • Glenwood/Glenelg/Dayton: Glenelg High's Robotiators invite you to an open house

    The Glenelg Robotiators Team 888 Invites the community to a Business Leadership Open House at Glenelg High School in the school's Technology Department, beginning at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 28. The Robotiators is an award-winning team of students...
  • Harford County Recognizes Business Appreciation Week

    Harford County Executive David R. Craig, accompanied by James Richardson, director of the Office of Economic Development and members of his team, took time to recognize more than a dozen businesses during Business Appreciation Week, Sept. 17 – 21....
  • Federal cuts dampen Baltimore's commercial real estate market

    Federal cuts dampen Baltimore's commercial real estate market
    The threat of automatic spending cuts by the federal government caused companies to press the pause button on real estate expansion in the Baltimore region during the third quarter, according to analysts. "It reflects the nature of the economic drivers...
  • $18 million deal approved for Barclay revitalization

    The city's spending panel approved an $18 million loan agreement on Wednesday to turn hundreds of vacant houses and lots in North and East Baltimore into new and rehabbed homes. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said the development will breathe new life...