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  • Ask the pet expert: microchipping

    Ask the pet expert: microchipping
    I was thinking of microchipping my dog, but he always has a collar, so should I bother? If your beloved pet has ever been lost, you know that is not a feeling you want to experience again. A collar with an identification tag is your first, best option to...
  • Microbe that lives in salt shows promise for salmonella vaccine

    Microbe that lives in salt shows promise for salmonella vaccine
    After years of complex research, a small team of University of Maryland scientists says it has developed a simple solution to a killer Third World disease using salt. It's a bit more complicated than ordinary table salt, though the crystals have the same...
  • We can wipe out childhood diseases

    We can wipe out childhood diseases
    This month, leaders from around the globe announced a road map for ending preventable child deaths within a generation. Essentially, the ambitious plan aims to assure that every child has the same opportunity for a fifth birthday and a future beyond...
  • Run for homeless animals at the Harford Hounds 4-Miler

    Start your Independence Day off on the right foot by running the Harford Hounds 4-Miler on the scenic Lower Susquehanna Heritage Greenway Trail. Hosted by the Harford County RASAC Run Club, registration for this run/walk begins at 7:15 a.m. in the...
  • Low-cost animal surgery clinic opens in Laurel

    Laurel-area residents now have a more affordable option when it comes to caring for their pets. Spay Now Animal Surgery opened last weekend on Van Dusen Road, kicking off its business by spaying or neutering 42 feral cats in a massive trap-neuter-...
  • Aberdeen plans to borrow up to $2.5 million to fix roads

    The City of Aberdeen will have a plan to tackle $2 million to $3 million worth of paving work on the city's roads in the new calendar year, City Manager Douglas Miller told Mayor Michael Bennett and Aberdeen City Council during their work session Monday...
  • By forgoing vaccines, adults leave themselves vulnerable to diseases and viral infections

    By forgoing vaccines, adults leave themselves vulnerable to diseases and viral infections
    As children, our parents take us to the doctor every year, like clockwork. As we get older, regular checkups often fall by the wayside. But they shouldn't. For adults, checkups, preventative screenings and vaccinations are vital to living healthy,...
  • Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Thursday

    WEATHER: Partly sunny, high near 69. Thursday night is expected to bring showers and thunderstorms, with a low near 56. TRAFFIC: I-83 southbound lanes have been reopened after a a crash near Old York Rd. involving three tractor trailers.  Check our...
  • 50+EXPO set for Friday at Wilde Lake High School

    50+EXPO set for Friday at Wilde Lake High School
    Presented by the Department of Citizen Services' Office on Aging, the 14th annual 50+EXPO will be held on Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Wilde Lake High School, 5460 Trumpeter Road in Columbia. Admission is free. The event will have something for...
  • Clarksville: Robinson Nature Center hangs bird art by local youngsters

    This brief column is coming to you from Pigeon Forge, Tenn., where I am vacationing with grandchildren Hailey and Joel Sanford and their parents, Russell and Melissa. I hope you are having a delightfully busy summer, too. Visit the Robinson Nature Center...
  • Open the windows again

    Open the windows again
    The polio vaccine was not my idea. Nor was the Second Vatican Council of the Catholic Church. The first idea protected my physical health. The second idea continues to protect and preserve my Catholic faith. At the time the council was convened by Pope...
  • Harford veterinarian warns of spike in dog parvovirus

    When a pit bull-mix puppy was brought to the Animal Hospital of Havre de Grace last Monday with dehydration, vomiting and diarrhea, veterinarian Bradley Price did not have good news for the dog's owner. "We did a parvovirus test and the dog was...