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Substance Abuse (INACTIVE)

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  • Building plans were unfair to Beechcrest residents [Letter]

    How would you feel if you were told without warning that you had one year to move out of your home without any sort of compensation money? Would you still be as angry if you were then told that your property was being taken in order to build a...
  • Father's Day behind bars

    One photograph shows a beaming father with three children ages 12 to 16. The next frames a proud dad holding a squirming, diapered baby with a 3-year-old next to him. A third reveals a father with tears streaming down his face, embracing two teenagers....
  • Harford drug symposium to discuss synthetics, texting, Internet safety

    Harford drug symposium to discuss synthetics, texting, Internet safety
    Synthetic drugs, sexting, prescription drug abuse and Internet safety are among the many topics that will be discussed at Harford County's Annual Symposium on Drug Prevention, Intervention and Treatment this Wednesday, June 26. The daylong symposium...
  • Officer charged in drug, tax scheme granted pretrial release

    Officer charged in drug, tax scheme granted pretrial release
    A U.S. District Court judge has released a Baltimore police officer caught in a drug dealing and tax-fraud investigation from federal custody until trial. On Tuesday, U.S. Magistrate Judge Stephanie A. Gallagher allowed Baltimore police officer Ashley...
  • Arundel food bank chief helps those needing a second chance

    Arundel food bank chief helps those needing a second chance
    Medical bills and other expenses strained Race Rudd Sr.'s finances, so replacing his broken-down car was beyond his means. In an imperfect arrangement, he relied on a friend to ferry him between his home in Odenton and his job as cook at the Hope House,...
  • 13 insurers want to offer plans on state exchange

    13 insurers want to offer plans on state exchange
    Thirteen insurers have submitted plans to offer health insurance on the state exchange, or marketplace where individuals can buy insurance under health care reform, that begins open enrollment in October. The plans must still be certified by the state....
  • Fostering Futures working to expand awareness of foster care youth [Letter]

    May is Foster Care Awareness Month. Many Americans are unaware that nearly 500,000 youth are currently living in foster care and that 75 percent of them are between the ages of 12-21 years old. Each year about 300,000 youth age out of the foster care...
  • Michelle Obama wants Bowie State graduates to promote education

    Michelle Obama wants Bowie State graduates to promote education
    Michelle Obama encouraged the graduates of Bowie State University on Friday to live up to the legacy of their university's founders and the leaders of the civil rights movement by promoting the importance of education in the black community. "Just think...
  • Crowd at budget hearing says schools need more money

    Crowd at budget hearing says schools need more money
    The message is loud and clear: Harford County Public Schools need more money for next year than what's been budgeted, according to many of the more than 100 people who attended a public hearing Thursday. The crowd, significantly more than the handful...
  • Eric DeCosta says Rolando McClain deserves a second chance

    Eric DeCosta says Rolando McClain deserves a second chance
    The legal problems of Ravens linebacker Rolando McClain haven't cost him his roster spot, at least not yet. As McClain continues to deal with the aftermath of an arrest in his hometown of Decatur, Ala., on charges of disorderly conduct and resisting...
  • Maryland families to get new tool in fight against drug overdoses

    Maryland families to get new tool in fight against drug overdoses
    Linda Fletcher lives in fear of reliving a nightmare: a son dying from a heroin overdose. Her son Kris Klipner succumbed to the drug in 2007. He was 28. Klipner's half-brother battles the same kind of depression as Kris. He suffers the same heroin...
  • With rights come responsibilities and some limits [editorial]

    In much the same way the recent drug disposal day organized in Harford County was a valuable public service for people looking to safely divest themselves of unwanted medications, the gun turn-in day planned Saturday in Harford County and at locations...