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  • Howard County chosen for national after-jail program

    Vernon L. Hackett's latest stint at the Howard County Detention Center ended early last month after 54 days awaiting trial on a misdemeanor theft charge that was eventually dropped. The 41-year-old from Baltimore City says he's been in and out of the jail...
  • Aegis letter to editor says Walmart comment is insulting

    Editor: In your article "Walmart protests resume in Bel Air" (Jan.16) Walmart spokesman Bill Wertz stated: "Certainly our charge, from the county is to ensure that we are not aggravating the traffic situation. In fact, we believe we will be able to...
  • Maryland must raise its minimum wage

    Maryland must raise its minimum wage
    Having grown up in a working class family in Rhode Island, I know what's it like for parents to struggle to make ends meet. There were six kids in my family supported by my dad's maintenance man salary and my mother's minimum wage job flipping burgers....
  • Md. high court rules against opponents of Remington's 25th Street Station

    Md. high court rules against opponents of Remington's 25th Street Station
    The redevelopment of an 11-acre tract in Baltimore's Remington neighborhood can move ahead now that the state's highest court has ruled on a zoning appeal that held up the plan for years. "The project would have been done, generating benefits for the...
  • At this pancake supper in Loch Raven, you may play with your food

    Watch out for airborne pancakes at Arnolia United Methodist Church on Feb. 12. Congregants and guests will be competing in the annual pancake toss at the church in celebration of Shrove Tuesday. Kay Spriggs, coordinator of the Shrove Tuesday pancake...
  • Letter: Del. Glass is 'absolutely' opposed to Walmart plan

    Editor:  The recent plan of the Abingdon Walmart to close and move to Bel Air as a 24 hour Super Walmart has sparked a very loud debate among community residents and Harford County Government officials. I would like to take the time to explain my current...
  • 5 questions

    5 questions
    Anthony Hucker became president of Giant Food just over a year ago, taking the reins of the Baltimore area's biggest supermarket chain. Since then he has overseen construction of several new stores; negotiated on behalf of the company to reach...
  • Baltimore Highlands: Ausball new game in town at Riverview Elementary

    The Baltimore Highlands Recreation and Parks department is offering youth ausball, Australian football that combines soccer, basketball and volleyball into one game. Practices and games will be held at Riverview Elementary School through Nov. 6. Games are...
  • Harford Police blotter for Jan. 9

    Aberdeen Harford County sheriff's deputies and state police report: Kristopher Brown, 31, of the 3600 block of Churchville Road, was charged last Thursday with first-degree and second-degree assault. Tyler Testerman, 18, of the 200 block of...
  • Letter: Pleased with Harford County Council's action to block Walmart

    Editor: Well done, Harford County Council. Passing [the anti-Walmart] resolution is only a start. A most welcome step in the right direction, the move protects not only the interests of the residential community in the immediate neighborhood of the...
  • Harford council approves Exelon donation for new 9-1-1 center

    The Harford County Council passed a bill earlier this week accepting a $50,000 donation from Exelon toward a room at the new emergency operations center complex the county expects to build north of Bel Air. Council members did not comment on the bill,...
  • Perryville to celebrate fall with Autumnfest parade, festival

    Saturday is the Autumnfest Parade, sponsored by the Greater Perryville Chamber of Commerce, starting at 10 a.m. at Perryville Middle School on Aiken Avenue. Autumnfest will be celebrated from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. rain or shine on Roundhouse Drive adjacent to...