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  • Raise Maryland calls for higher wages for corporate employees

    Raise Maryland calls for higher wages for corporate employees
    Some members of the Rev. David Carl Olson's congregation are homeless. A few work minimum-wage jobs, he said, but they still cannot afford to leave shelters. His faith calls him to live in a world with "profoundly more justice," said Olson, who...
  • Another dog-treat recall

    Another dog-treat recall
    Here we go again. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced another voluntary recall of several brands of pet treats due to possible salmonella contamination, which can be dangerous both to pets and to people who handle the treats. Kasel...
  • Police blotter

    Aberdeen Aberdeen police report: A woman hit a child in the head in a parking lot at Halls Cross Roads Elementary School on Friday. Two males threw a rock at a storm door from a beige Jeep on Friday in the 400 block of South Rogers Street. A...
  • Walmart supporters, opponents speak to council again

    Walmart supporters and opponents brought their concerns again to the Harford County Council Tuesday night. Jerry Newtze, of Wheel Road, told council members there is a need for Walmart to move to Plumtree Road in Bel Air because its current location has...
  • Workplaces offer electric car charging for employees

    Workplaces offer electric car charging for employees
    Employees at General Motors' plant in White Marsh have an unusual workplace benefit. Anyone who drives an electric car can plug it in to charge while they work. At the plant, which produces transmissions and electric motors, workers can park their...
  • Decorating for Christmas with nature's gifts

    Decorating for Christmas with nature's gifts
    When Bob Zealor was growing up in Overlea, he would go into the woods near his home and collect greens to make a wreath for his mother. You can imagine his delight when he discovered Colonial Williamsburg, where all the holiday decorations come from...
  • Resident's online petition aims to lure Target to Eldersburg

    Resident's online petition aims to lure Target to Eldersburg
    Andrea Eiblum and her family moved to Eldersburg from Baltimore County seven years ago, and love their new community. "I love the area, I love the people, I love the community," said Eiblum. What she doesn't quite love, though, is what she calls a...
  • ShopSmart magazine highlights fall clothing deals

    For some tips on fall clothing deals, check out ShopSmart magazine's October issue. The Consumer Reports publication will feature a "Six Steps to Score Big Savings on Clothes," guide, the non-profit product testing organization said. "This issue of...
  • 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...
  • A 'Scary Mommy' sort of Mother's Day

    A 'Scary Mommy' sort of Mother's Day
    When Jill Smokler — more widely known as Scary Mommy — starts talking about motherhood, you'll hear a lot about sleepless nights, green snot and having kids walk into the master bedroom at the most inopportune times. Does she think her...
  • 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...
  • H&S development plans could hasten efforts for bustling Central Avenue corridor

    H&S development plans could hasten efforts for bustling Central Avenue corridor
    John Paterakis Sr. didn't believe it when Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke told him nearly two decades ago that Harbor East's Marriott Waterfront Hotel would spur revitalization from the Inner Harbor to Canton. The city had picked Paterakis' H&S Properties...