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  • No age barriers, as Harford shops for new school year

    No age barriers, as Harford shops for new school year
    Parents and kids in Harford County got ready to head back to school with plenty of shopping over the weekend, as the state-sponsored week of tax-free shopping also encouraged residents to make their purchases by Saturday. There's not much time left to...
  • Transformation seen in Brewers Hill

    Transformation seen in Brewers Hill
    There's a transformation taking place this fall that is obvious from the former National Brewery in Brewers Hill. On a terrace just below the iconic Mr. Boh sign, I observed a construction army at work along Conkling and Dean streets. Over the summer,...
  • Harford advises Havre de Grace residents to evacuate in advance of Sandy; schools closed Monday

    Harford advises Havre de Grace residents to evacuate in advance of Sandy; schools closed Monday
    Harford County government continued to ramp up its preparations for Hurricane Sandy on Sunday, advising residents of low lying areas of the city of Havre de Grace to consider evacuating their homes in anticipation of the tropical storm's landfall in the...
  • Harford weathers storm Sandy, but high water concerns, power outages remain

    Harford weathers storm Sandy, but high water concerns, power outages remain
    Harford County continued to deal with widespread power outages, road closings and minor damage to buildings Tuesday afternoon, but the immediate danger from Storm Sandy's sweep through the region appeared to be over. The county and the lower...
  • Secure the borders, but let's not lock the doors

    Secure the borders, but let's not lock the doors
    Since the beginning of the republic, there has been a dynamic tension between constantly expanding diversity driven by immigration and the relentless homogenizing force of common American culture. And there's nothing like a long drive on an interstate...
  • Harris Teeter, Old Navy, Loft to open with Target at Canton Crossing

    Harris Teeter, Old Navy, Loft to open with Target at Canton Crossing
    The Target opening this fall in Canton at one of the city's largest new retail developments will be joined by a Harris Teeter grocery store and a lineup of stores and restaurants that includes Old Navy, Michaels, Loft, ULTA Beauty and Red Robin Gourmet...
  • Towson's grocery glut brings the risk of failed stores [Editorial]

    The grocery industry has become smitten with Towson, but is so much love a good thing? With the opening two weeks ago of a Weis Markets, the third new grocery store to open in Towson in the past two years, supermarket shoppers in the region can choose...
  • Ravens gear rolls out of Harford stores in tsunami of frenzied fans

    Ravens gear rolls out of Harford stores in tsunami of frenzied fans
    Ravens fans in Harford County have gone absolutely nuts over the team's shirts, hats and other gear this week. After the team's win over New England Patriots in the AFC Championship on Sunday, it was a foregone conclusion that the Ravens bandwagon would...
  • Prostitution reported in Aberdeen [Police blotter]

    Aberdeen Charles William Gilbert, 76, whose address is listed as the Aberdeen Post Office, was charged Friday with failing to appear in court in a case in which he was charged with having an alcoholic beverage in a retail area. Justin P. Walters, 30,...
  • Art doubles as dessert at Catonsville High School

    Art doubles as dessert at Catonsville High School
    What do a caterpillar, a piano and the monster from the movie "Pan's Labyrinth" have in common? They were all submitted entries of art to Catonsville High School's 19th annual Edible Art Competition. The school's cafeteria was abuzz with activity...
  • Glut of grocers fight for share of Towson

    Glut of grocers fight for share of Towson
    Kurt Schertle paid his tuition at Towson University by working full-time at the Shoppers grocery store on Goucher Boulevard. The job launched a career and last week Schertle returned as executive vice president of sales and marketing at Weis Markets...
  • Maryland Family Readers' Choice 2012 WINNERS

    Maryland Family Readers' Choice 2012 WINNERS
    Best Story Time   WINNER: Howard County Library Central, East Columbia, Elkridge, Glenwood, Miller, Savage Hclibrary.org   Best Museum for Families WINNER: Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum 600 Independence Ave. Southwest...