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  • Wallace beats Brewster in Harford gubernatorial primary [50 years ago]

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, May 21, 1964: Gov. George Wallace won a majority vote in the Harford County over Sen. Daniel Brewster in the Democratic presidential primary held this week in 1964. Also Harford countian Joseph Tydings...
  • More about the Aberdeen Room activities

    Last week we talked about recent donors to the Aberdeen Room. Since we wrote, more information items have arrived that we want to acknowledge. Ruth Peters brought in a scrapbook that was found in the old Southern Methodist Church on West Bel Air Avenue....
  • Man stabbed by soldier at Fort Meade

    Man stabbed by soldier at Fort Meade
    Army officials are investigating a stabbing that occurred at a home on Fort Meade Wednesday afternoon. Military police were called to a home on post at 1 p.m. for a report of a man being stabbed by a soldier, Meade officials said. When police arrived,...
  • Mother sentenced for leaving child in casino lot

    Mother sentenced for leaving child in casino lot
    A mother charged with leaving her 4-year-old daughter in a car for eight hours while she gambled at Maryland Live casino on New Year's Eve pleaded guilty Thursday and has been sentenced to five days in jail, and was ordered to stay away from gambling...
  • Howard superintendent surprises students with parachute jump

    Howard superintendent surprises students with parachute jump
    Howard County Superintendent Renee Foose wants students to dream big. On Thursday, she traveled 13,500 feet high in the sky to inspire Atholton High School students to be all that they can be before parachuting onto the school's football field with...
  • Baltimore VA offers assisted-living care in home setting

    Baltimore VA offers assisted-living care in home setting
    As an alternative to a traditional nursing home facility, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has turned to a new program in which those in need of assisted-living care are treated in a more intimate setting. Medical foster homes place up to three...
  • Math & Science grad returns to AHS to give girls a map for success

    Math & Science grad returns to AHS to give girls a map for success
    She was part of the first graduating class of the Science and Math Academy at Aberdeen High School. When it opened, some thought it was hard to get students to compete for admission. Now, it's clear the challenge is getting past the waiting list. For...
  • Guard gets no respect from the Army [Letter]

    Guard gets no respect from the Army [Letter]
    After reading Matthew Brown's article about the rivalry between the U.S. Army and the Maryland Army National Guard, I recognize again, as I did during my service in Guard, the Army's entrenched inability to acknowledge the Guard's status as a quality...
  • At 97, North County resident works out every weekday

    At 97, North County resident works out every weekday
    Jacksonville Senior Center member Jim Turfler, who turned 97 on March 2, will have the honor of starting the center's third annual golf tournament at Hillendale Country Club on April 22. He will be the first to tee off and said he plans on sending his...
  • 24-hour Shootout for Soldiers returns to McDonogh on June 19-20

    24-hour Shootout for Soldiers returns to McDonogh on June 19-20
    The Shootout for Soldiers, a 24-hour lacrosse game benefiting wounded American military members that has raised more than $250,000 since its inception, returns to McDonogh on June 19 and 20. Originally started by a group of high school students...
  • Harford seeks to take advantage of 3D printing technology from Aberdeen Proving Ground

    Harford seeks to take advantage of 3D printing technology from Aberdeen Proving Ground
    Considerable innovation and research in the rapidly developing world of 3D printing has been done at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Harford County and, as a result, Harford state legislators hope to use the proximity of cutting-edge technology to benefit...
  • Programs and brochures tell a lot of history

    So much organizational history is to be found in old programs and brochures that were printed many years ago. Fortunately, we have received many such documents from the Printing Press, where they were stored. Even a book, printed in 1969, tells of the...