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  • Breakfast is served at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course

    Breakfast is served at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
    Here at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, four-time IZOD IndyCar champion Dario Franchitti and two-time champion and Chip Ganassi teammate Scott Dixon had breakfast Friday -- from boxes with their pictures on them. "This is so cool," Franchitti said,...
  • 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...
  • Towson rallies to fight crime and support assistance center

    Towson Area Citizens on Patrol is asking residents to turn out to support the theme — "Crime is not welcome in Towson" — on National Night Out, Tuesday, Aug. 7. The group is also hoping to trigger some food for thought — and in return...
  • Harford police, neighborhoods prepare for National Night Out

    Local police agencies are gearing up for Tuesday's 29th Annual National Night Out crime and drug prevention event. Harford County residents are being asked to participate in the National Night Out Tuesday by turning on their porch lights between 7 and...
  • Harford kids get help buying school supplies from Salvation Army and Target

    Harford kids get help buying school supplies from Salvation Army and Target
    Six-year-old Madelynn Shue was ready to head to first grade as she stood in Aberdeen's Target, quietly holding the teal-and-black backpack with a big, glittery heart that she had picked out for herself. With the help of a Salvation Army volunteer,...
  • Consumers could be charged more for using credit cards

    Consumers could be charged more for using credit cards
    One of the largest business expenses for Santoni's Supermarket in Highlandtown is interchange fees — what the grocer pays a bank to process customer's credit card transactions. Even so, Santoni's has no plans to charge shoppers more for paying with...
  • 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...
  • Harford reactions mixed to Black Friday early openings

    Harford reactions mixed to Black Friday early openings
    The Friday after Thanksgiving, known as "Black Friday," is typically the first day of the holiday shopping season. Traditionally, people got up early Friday morning to line up at their favorite stores so they can take advantage of special sales and rare...
  • Black Friday gets a jump start on Thanksgiving night in Towson

    Black Friday gets a jump start on Thanksgiving night in Towson
    The streets were quiet Thanksgiving evening. An empty bus rolled up North Charles Street, toward Towson, a town mostly rolled up for the holiday. But outside Target in the Towson Marketplace shopping center, a long line of was forming at 7 p.m. —...
  • Black Friday shoppers pull an all-nighter at county stores

    Black Friday shoppers pull an all-nighter at county stores
    Black Friday shoppers flocked to Howard County retailers late Thursday and into the wee hours of Friday morning, but by 8 a.m. The Mall in Columbia and stores like Target and Walmart were still full of shoppers wrapping up their all-night shopping spree....
  • Small toy shops expect bright holiday

    Small toy shops expect bright holiday
    Just as Tom and Claudia Towles were opening their second Baltimore toy shop four years ago, the recession hit. The owners of aMuse Toys decided to cut back — not on staff or selling space — but on the number of manufacturers whose products...
  • Black Friday shoppers may have done more browsing than buying

    Black Friday shoppers may have done more browsing than buying
    Domingo Catalan powered through the Thanksgiving night crowds to get his children toys. He methodically checked all the boxes on his relatives' wish lists on Black Friday. And before he goes to work as a data analyst for a government contractor on Cyber...