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  • Scary traffic won't be an issue at this year's zombie run, promoter vows

    Scary traffic won't be an issue at this year's zombie run, promoter vows
    With the Run For Your Lives race coming back to Darlington this weekend, it's not the thousands of zombies people are scared of — it's the possibility of a repeat of last year's traffic nightmare.
  • Animal Control Officers Cantler and Williams Named Employee of the Month for March

    Animal Control Officers Cantler and Williams Named Employee of the Month for March
    Patricia Cantler and Daniel Williams, animal control officers for the Harford County Department of Inspections, Licenses and Permits, have been named Employees of the Month for March, County Executive David R. Craig announced recently. The two employees...

    Animals removed from Harford property

    New details have come to light regrading an incident in which animal control officers were sent to a home in the Street area Friday afternoon to remove several dogs and cats. A deputy from the Harford County Sheriff's Office was also dispatched to the...

    Meissner clinches world skating title

    Her smile stretched from one end of the rink to the other, and hundreds of young girls excitedly shrieked her name: "Kimmie! Kimmie!" The screams bounced off the rafters. Bel Air's ice princess, 16-year-old figure skater Kimmie Meissner, took her place...

    Tracking Meissner

    Despite the furious clicks and reclicks on the "refresh" button of an Internet browser, it seemed to take hours for the news from Italy to flicker onto the computer screen in the office of St. Ignatius Church in Bel Air, where members of the staff were...