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One goal of Maryland's Ag Center on Shawan Road is to promote agriculture. And there's no better way to do that than to invite people to roll up their sleeves and try a farmer's trade themselves. On Sept. 10, the Ag Center is open from 1 to 4 p.m. for a...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Dancing, Honey, Agriculture, Ice Cream
The United Nations predicts that by October, the number of humans on the planet will exceed 7 billion. The organization simultaneously reports that nearly 1 billion people on the planet are hungry. The knee-jerk response is that farmers can't keep up....
For the Kittleman family of West Friendship it's quite simply a family affair. Cody Kittleman, known affectionately as "The Slam Man" in the world of fishing, owes his love of the sport to his father, the late, great state Sen. Robert Kittleman. Cody's...
The Fallston Animal Rescue Movement, Inc. is having a fundraiser Sept. 17 from noon to 4 p.m. at the Steppingstone Museum in Havre de Grace. The event is called "Wag Your Tail, it's Time for Ale" and it is billed as a day of fun to enjoy with your dog and...
Tags: Pets, Injuries and Wounds, Havre de Grace, Broken Leg, Museums
The annual Howard County Farm-City Celebration gets underway Saturday, Sept. 17 from 80 to 9:30 a.m. with a free farm walk along the hayride path at Clark's Elioak Farm that is open to individuals and families. From Sept. 17 to Oct. 2, the Farm-City...
Close to the southeastern fringe of 540 acres of rolling farmland, Martha Anne Clark lives in the Ellicott City farmhouse where she grew up, the same house where her father, state Sen. James Clark Jr., resided for nearly 50 years until his death in 2006....
The Baltimore County Council is scheduled to vote next week on a measure that could help a Sparks farmer resolve a long-standing fight to run a stand out of a barn, though lawyers for the farmer and for his opponents have different views on what the...
Tags: Justice System, Judges, Todd Huff, Local Government, Lawyers
A couple that has plans to expand their 2,000-vine vineyard in Churchville is asking the Harford County Council to allow a zoning variance so they can build a retail sales facility and hold wine tastings. The council, sitting as the zoning board of...
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Tags: Cancer, Finance, Media Industry, West Bank, American Legion
The story of Calbraith Perry Rodgers Jr. and his Vin Fiz Flyer isn't just one about flying transcontinental when it seemed to be an impossible feat. And, it isn't just a story about the exploits of a member of a prestigious military family hailing from...
Tags: Defense, Sheepshead Bay, Orville Wright, Kitty Hawk, History
My beloved father, who is 93 years of age, always admonishes his family with these parting words. "Peace and Harmony." I was reminded of Dad's words on the afternoon of Sept. 12 when a cloudless blue sky and perfectly temperate atmosphere finished out...
It's one of the oldest ruses in Harford County land use planning, or shall we say mis-planning, that we've written about ad nauseum. Someone buys some land and then tries to get its zoning changed to allow a different usage. The most recent case...
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