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  • Forest Hill man taken into custody after allegedly stabbing mother to death Wednesday

    Forest Hill man taken into custody after allegedly stabbing mother to death Wednesday
    The 20-year-old Forest Hill man accused of stabbing his mother to death in Forest Hill was apprehended early Thursday morning, the Harford County Sheriff's Office said. Isaac Anya Ojiabo Jr. was taken into custody without incident, spokesman Edward...
  • Luxury upgrades, large lot set Ellicott City estate apart

    Luxury upgrades, large lot set Ellicott City estate apart
    Those shopping for a home on a large lot may be drawn to a Toll Brothers-built, six-bedroom estate on a full acre in Ellicott City. "Compared to other luxury properties in the area, it's stunning in every possible detail," said William J. Ganz III of...
  • Proposed Abingdon development draws concerns about traffic, school crowding

    About 20 residents of the communities surrounding a 107-acre Abingdon farm, where developers are seeking Harford County approval to build 172 homes, stressed to members of the county's Development Advisory Committee that the development will create more...
  • Joseph A. Miklasz, attorney

    Joseph A. Miklasz, attorney
    Joseph A. Miklasz, a trial attorney who practiced in Glen Burnie and was a wine collector, died of cancer Sunday at Stella Maris Hospice. He was 71 and lived in Crownsville. Born in Baltimore, he was raised in Severn and in East Baltimore, where he...
  • More than 170 homes planned for Abingdon farm has neighbors wary

    More than 170 homes planned for Abingdon farm has neighbors wary
    For many years, Abingdon farmer Norman Hooker could come out of his house before sunrise to start his workday, look across the fields that have been in his family for nearly 120 years and see nothing but woods in the distance. These days, Hooker, 66, no...
  • Cedarday residents express concerns during county meeting

    Cedarday residents express concerns during county meeting
    At least 100 people came out for a community meeting Tuesday held by Harford County public works and planning and zoning officials to address the controversial plan to extend Cedarday Drive to Route 136 in the Creswell area. Many of those who attended,...
  • Housing construction begins a slow rebound in Harford

    After more than three years of a Depression-era like performance, home building in Harford County is slowly showing some signs of revival. Midway through 2011, more permits have been issued to construct new single family homes than at a similar point...
  • Toll Brothers agrees to pay pollution fine

    Toll Brothers, one of the nation's largest home-building companies, has agreed to pay $741,000 in penalties for allowing polluted runoff from construction sites in Maryland and 22 other states, the Environmental Protection Agency announced Wednesday. The...
  • Best of Howard County 2011

    Best of Howard County 2011
    What better honor than to be voted the best of the best by your customers and colleagues? In August, we asked Howard Magazine readers to tell us the most notable businesses, people and places from Marriottsville to Savage and from Elkridge to...
  • The day ahead in business

    The day ahead in business
    Reports: U.S. auto sales for August, July factory orders and inventories, weekly mortgage applications, Beige Book of regional economic conditions Local earnings: Navistar International Corp. Other earnings: Ford Motor Co., H&R Block, Toll Brothers...
  • Dipping into the noisy U.S. housing market

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. housing market roared in July, but investors may want to tiptoe rather than jump into the sector, analysts and fund managers say. That is because much of the 15.7 percent increase in new home construction in July, the...
  • Homebuilders rally after strong NAHB sentiment data

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. homebuilding stocks rose on Monday, boosted by data that showed homebuilder sentiment rose in August to its highest level since January. Sentiment rose as labor market conditions improved, according to the National Association...