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Rabies (INACTIVE)

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  • 25 YEARS AGO: Aegis sold to Times Mirror-owned Baltimore Sun

    From The Aegis dated Jan. 1, 1987: Not necessarily a big deal to its readers, but Shield Press, publisher of The Aegis, was sold to The Baltimore Sun 25 years ago this week. Anne Worthington and John D. Worthington IV, whose family owned and operated the...
  • Police Blotter

    Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Michael Allen Washington, 25, of the first block of Church Creek Road, was charged Tuesday with marijuana and drug paraphernalia possession, possession of a drug other than...
  • Bat reports in Aberdeen area apartments

    Bat infestations have been reported in two Aberdeen area apartment communities, according to the Harford County Health Department, which is advising current and former residents of the situation and urging them to get rabies booster vaccinations for their...
  • Harford County Health Department statement on bat infestations in two Aberdeen apartment communities

    The following is a statement from the Harford County Health Department, dated July 26, about bat infestations at two Aberdeen area apartment communities: Significant bat colonizations and reports from apartment residents of bat sightings within their...
  • Frightful storm scared woman to death in 1911

    Frightful storm scared woman to death in 1911
    An article in the July 29, 1911 edition of The Argus reported fear of an impending storm may have caused the death of a woman traveling with her son. Hastening home with her little boy to escape the storm Friday evening of last week, Mrs. Uriah Guy,...
  • More than 30 Harford residents treated for rabies over bats in apartments

    More than 30 Harford residents treated for rabies over bats in apartments
    For a few nights, Stepfanie Malone woke to soft fluttering noises in her third-floor Aberdeen apartment, but thought little of it. When she left the lights on one night, she discovered that a small brown bat was the source of the disturbances in the dark....
  • Pages from the Past: Typhoid fever cases increase and concern grows in 1912

    An article in the Feb. 3, 1912 edition of The Argus reported health officials are investigating the source of a typhoid fever that has stricken more in the area. With two more cases of typhoid reported, bringing the total up to 10, Health Officer West is...
  • 25 years ago: Two on-duty troopers killed in Harford by suspected drunk driver

    From The Aegis of March 12, 1987: A Maryland State Police trooper and recruit were killed in a crash while they were on duty on I-95 this week 25 years ago. TFC John E. Sawa, 40, of Baltimore, and Trooper Larry E. Small, 21, of Cardiff, died when...
  • Harford rabies vaccination clinics April 29 and May 6

    The Harford County Health Department has announced the schedule for its annual sponsorship of rabies vaccination clinics for dogs, cats and ferrets that are 3 months old or older. Dates for this year's clinics are Sunday, April 29, and Sunday, May 6, 2-4...
  • Rabid cat scratches 5 in Port Deposit

    ELKTON — Cecil County health officials say rabies has been found in a sickly stray cat that scratched five people in downtown Port Deposit. The five people were scratched Friday. The cat was captured and euthanized at a veterinarian's office and...
  • Virginia Gazette Last Word for April 5: New ferry; Dear dog owners...; Kudos to VDOT

    Virginia Gazette Last Word for April 5: New ferry; Dear dog owners...; Kudos to VDOT
    WJC Schools "Clearly, this school administration and School Board have no sense of frugality when it comes to spending money. Now they want to abandon James Blair as an administrative center and build a new one, only three years after they remodeled...
  • Spike in bacterial infection among dogs prompts call for vaccinations

    Spike in bacterial infection among dogs prompts call for vaccinations
    Florida veterinarians are reporting a troubling spike in cases of a potentially fatal bacterial infection among dogs — which can be spread to humans. The disease, leptospirosis, can infect dogs, raccoons, rodents, cattle, pigs and horses. Though...