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  • Fallston residents sue Jones Junction, BGE and County

    Fallston residents sue Jones Junction, BGE and County
    Three Fallston couples have lawsuits pending against Harford County, the Jones Junction auto dealership, BGE and a real estate company over lighting on a Jones Junction Property near Fallston that they say has disrupted their quality of life for more than...
  • Body of suicide victim travels 11 miles on top of truck

    Motorists saw the man jump off the pedestrian bridge, but not the driver of a passing tractor trailer on which the victim landed. By the time police caught up with the truck and its gruesome cargo, the unsuspecting driver had traveled 11 miles down I-95...
  • Catonsville schools to celebrate 90th American Education Week

    In 1921, American Education Week began with hopes it would raise awareness about the importance of public education, according to the National Education Association website. Beginning Monday, Nov. 14, area schools will celebrate the 90th American...
  • American Cancer Society kicks off new study at Mountain Christian Church

    American Cancer Society kicks off new study at Mountain Christian Church
    About 100 people attended an event Tuesday morning held by the American Cancer Society, kicking off enrollment for a cancer prevention study. The study, ACS says, will help researchers better understand various factors, such as genetics, environment...
  • Geared up for return of Grand Prix racing in Baltimore

    Are you ready for the second annual Baltimore Grand Prix presented by SRT this weekend? Woodbridge Valley resident Laverne Holland is, especially after she volunteered last year and had a blast. "My son, Brian, is a big racing fan and he suggested I...
  • Smaller crowds and clouds greet the Grand Prix

    Smaller crowds and clouds greet the Grand Prix
    Ryan Hunter-Reay won the second Grand Prix of Baltimore, a sloppy race full of fits and starts run before a diminished crowd. Organizers, though, came away convinced that this year's hastily planned event proved an IndyCar race can work downtown....
  • Harford county police blotter: Public nudity in Aberdeen

    Aberdeen Robert Nathaniel Berry, 24, of the 100 block of Plaza Court, was charged Monday with two counts of violating a court order. A neighbor was outside naked Friday in the 2400 block of Old Robin Hood Road. A car was stolen Saturday in the 1300...
  • Rudolph S. Gebhardt, banker

    Rudolph S. Gebhardt, banker
    Rudolph S. Gebhardt, who went from being a circus performer to a banker, died Sept. 10 of a blood clot at his Clearwater, Fla., home. The former longtime Glen Arm resident was 86. The son of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus performers, Mr....
  • County approves new data storage unit, 2,000 fire and EMS pagers

    The county will receive a new data storage unit and the existing one will be moved to the emergency operations center as a back-up. The county's Board of Estimates approved the contract for $628,725.21 Thursday morning for EPlus Technology Inc., of...
  • Catonsville schools host Back to School Nights

    Parents and guardians of students who attend the following area Baltimore County public schools are invited to attend Back to School Nights to learn about their child's school, faculty and staff, upcoming events and volunteer opportunities. Arbutus...
  • Prom gown giveaway hosted by Catonsville hair salon Saturday

    Prom gown giveaway hosted by Catonsville hair salon Saturday
    Like any business owner, Julie Felder was happy to see a line forming outside her Catonsville hair salon before the shop opened at 8 a.m. Saturday. But Felder, who has operated her business in Catonsville for 10 years, was not offering any discounted...
  • Bleeding 17-year-old flags down deputy after being stabbed in Edgewood

    At about 7:15 Monday evening, a 17-year-old male, who was bleeding from multiple stab wounds to his upper torso, flagged down a Harford County Sheriff's Office patrol deputy on Woodbridge Center Way near Acorn Ridge Court in Edgewood. The victim was...