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Aberdeen plans to cut its 2013 budget by 28 percent, or more than $4.8 million, much of the cut coming from savings through the refinancing of debt on Ripken Stadium. The city made most of its savings on the debt service, as the stadium debt of $9.3...
Tags: Wrestling, Budgets and Budgeting, Vehicles
Aberdeen could soon have two new committees: a communication committee and a "green team." City council members said Monday they hoped to assemble the two initiatives, discussed at a recent retreat, using volunteer power. Mayor Mike Bennett recently...
Tags: Havre de Grace
Aberdeen council members slam former candidate, water critics, local media, complaining constituentsSeveral Aberdeen council members have been blasting former mayoral candidate Patrick McGrady and "myths" about the city they say are being perpetuated through local media. They launched a verbal barrage against the naysayers during Monday's city council...
Aberdeen residents won't see a major change in their tax rates if City Manager Doug Miller's proposed $12.4 million budget for 2013 is approved, while the total amount the city spends could go down by 28 percent. The city council introduced a budget...
Habitat for Humanity will receive tax forgiveness in the city of Aberdeen, after the city council passed the somewhat controversial measure 4 to 1 on Monday. The ordinance gives a 100 percent city tax credit for real property owned in Aberdeen by the...
Aberdeen Mayor Mike Bennett appears to have been outspent by challenger Patrick McGrady in the recent city election campaign, as McGrady mostly used his own money to almost unseat the two-term incumbent, city campaign spending reports show. Bennett won...
Drivers who use the Route 40 and Route 715 interchange in the Aberdeen area should expect numerous lane closures over the next year as the construction project there continues. David Phillips, a representative of the Maryland State Highway...
Aberdeen's firefighters and EMS responders were honored for their service in 2011 during the department's annual fire banquet Saturday night. The main award of the evening, the John F. Bender Safety Award, was presented by Bender himself to Gordon L....
Tags: Fires, Fires, Tony Bennett, Jonathan Bender, Harford County
Hope springs eternal when it comes to baseball and a room tax for Harford County, which is being pushed once again by tourism representatives, and especially the City of Aberdeen, as the Maryland General Assembly launched its legislative session for the...
Residents of Aberdeen and other small municipalities in Maryland that upgraded their wastewater treatment under state and federal mandates could soon be facing higher state fees and, possibly higher city water bills, city officials warn. As Aberdeen gets...
Election Day is Tuesday for residents of Bel Air and Aberdeen, where people will be voting on who will hold several key municipal offices. In Bel Air, voters will be casting ballots for three of five candidates for town commissioner, while in Aberdeen,...
Tags: Values, Elections, Trips and Vacations, Polls, Robert Preston
Incumbent Aberdeen Mayor Mike Bennett was re-elected to a third term by a tiny margin, just 26 votes, after the unofficial count was over Tuesday night. Bennett had 764 votes over challenger Patrick McGrady's 738. That count included 18 absentee ballots...
Tags: Basketball, Voting
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