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  • DeMatha to host inaugural Crab Ball Classic boys basketball showcase

    DeMatha to host inaugural Crab Ball Classic boys basketball showcase
    On Friday, DeMatha will host the inaugural Crab Ball Classic, a boys basketball showcase featuring top seniors from the Baltimore area against their counterparts from the Washington, D.C. area.
  • Congressional candidate in the house for community association's monthly meeting

    On March 19, the Greater Baltimore Highlands Community Association met for its monthly meeting. State Sen. Nancy Jacobs, a Republican who represents District 34 that includes Harford and Cecil counties, was the guest speaker. Jacobs, a West Virginia...

    James Bernard "Bernie" Dayhoof Jr.

    James Bernard "Bernie" Dayhoof Jr., former owner of a Harford County home improvement business, died Oct. 25 of cardiac arrest at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air. The lifelong Bel Air resident was 70. James Bernard Dayhoof Jr. was born and...

    Wekiwa Springs cleanup would use state money to put homes on sewer service

    Wekiwa Springs cleanup would use state money to put homes on sewer service
    A plan to extend sewer lines near Wekiwa Springs to homes that have septic systems would be paid for mostly with tax money but has agitated residents who fear the project would cost them thousands of dollars, tear up streets and yards — but do...

    Give a little kindness: Finksburg resident encourages smiling with 30-day challenge

    Give a little kindness: Finksburg resident encourages smiling with 30-day challenge
    If you were lucky enough to find a penny heads up around Carroll June 19, it may not have been as random as you thought. The penny may have been a small, intentional act of kindness from one Finksburg litigator and mommy-blogger, Amanda Costley....