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  • Harford enlists two drug programs in battle against heroin abuse

    Harford enlists two drug programs in battle against heroin abuse
    Harford County law enforcement and public health officials have been trying to battle opiate abuse, labeled the county's top drug problem, and are trying two new programs focused on administering anti-opioid drugs in overdose situations and at the...
  • Memorial Day, graduations kick off Harford summer [25 years ago]

    From The Aegis dated March 25, 1989: Summer was unofficially kicked off 25 years ago this week by celebrating Memorial Day with remembrances across the county, including in Bel Air, where American flags were placed on graves of veterans. Another...
  • Mt. Zion to show 'Gimme Shelter' at movie night May 30

    The Mt. Zion Human Trafficking Ministry presents "Movie Night at the Tent." "Gimme Shelter" is a heart-warming story of a girl who goes through so much to find help. This movie is rated PG-13, due to its mature themes, and is not appropriate for small...
  • Harry Hopkins, Harford County Realtor, farmer

    Harry Hopkins, Harford County Realtor, farmer
    Harry Hopkins, a longtime Churchville real estate broker, farmer and horse trainer who founded the Harford County Association of Realtors in 1960, died May 8 of a heart attack while at work. He was 82. Mr. Hopkins was a native of Harford County and...
  • Harford Community College says farewell to the Class of 2014

    Harford Community College says farewell to the Class of 2014
    Harford Community College's diverse and eager graduates celebrated the start of the next phase of their lives Thursday, proudly walking across the stage to get diplomas and mark a rite of passage. The Class of 2014 featured students of different...
  • North Harford's Class of 2014 takes wing after high school

    North Harford's Class of 2014 takes wing after high school
    The Hawks of 2014 were finally ready to spread their wings and leave the nest where they have spent the past four years. North Harford High School graduated its 64th class, with 348 green-and-yellow-clad students walking across the stage in front of a...
  • C. Milton Wright graduates remember departed classmate

    C. Milton Wright graduates remember departed classmate
    Wednesday was a day for the members of C. Milton Wright High School's Class of 2014 to smile and celebrate their graduation, but it was also a day to remember a classmate who is no longer with them. Taylor K. Duff, who would have graduated this year,...
  • First UCBAC All-Star Baseball game played on Monday

    First UCBAC All-Star Baseball game played on Monday
    On Monday night at Aberdeen High School, a group of local baseball players, coaches and fans gathered for an event they hope will be a fixture for years to come: the UCBAC All-Star Game. Monday's inaugural event pitted the North team, headed by North...
  • 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...
  • Joppatowne High's class of 2014 moves on to life after high school

    Joppatowne High's class of 2014 moves on to life after high school
    For better or worse, the days at Joppatowne High School are now behind the roughly 200 teenagers who walked across the stage Thursday afternoon to become the newly-graduated class of 2014. "Don't fear the change; be the change," a confident Genevie...
  • 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...
  • Harford Center for the Arts project scales back, moves forward

    Harford Center for the Arts project scales back, moves forward
    With its timetable and initial scope for the project modified, the Harford County Center for the Arts organization is moving ahead with its plan to build a cultural arts center near Route 24 and Wheel Road south of Bel Air. Three signs were...