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  • Labor Department says Maryland lost 8,900 jobs in September, October

    Labor Department says Maryland lost 8,900 jobs in September, October
    Maryland employers cut 8,900 jobs in September and October, almost entirely before the partial federal shutdown, according to data released Friday. The U.S. Department of Labor, which released both months at once as a result of shutdown delays, said the...
  • Wanted fugitive reported at Aberdeen bus station [Police blotter]

    Maryland State Police and Harford County Sheriff's deputies report: Aberdeen Rachel L. Snedegar, 30, of the 10 block of West Inca Street, was charged Tuesday with distribution of drugs. Gregory A. Pringle, 46, off the 500 block of First Street,...
  • Man exposes himself at Aberdeen shopping center [Police blotter]

    Aberdeen A wallet was stolen Friday in the 800 block of Randolph Drive. Someone was trying to break into a store in the 200 block of Mayberry Drive Friday. Aberdeen police report: Cash and debit cards were stolen in the 100 block of Meeks Drive...
  • Port Deposit honors fallen fire policeman, Davey Barr

    We pray that the folks here in southwestern Cecil County never have to bury another public servant killed in the line of duty. The outpouring of love and respect knew no bounds as countless "men in blue" said good-bye to one of their own over the...
  • Perryville officials respond to traffic safety concerns along Cedar Corner Road

    Perryville town leaders debated Tuesday whether to send a request to Cecil County officials to make a portion of Cedar Corner Road a one-way street in order to address complaints about traffic issues from neighborhood residents. They decided to...
  • Montgomery County man killed after fleeing police near Perryville

    A Montgomery County man was killed in an accident during a police chase following a traffic stop in Cecil County early Thursday morning, law enforcement officials said. The dead man has been identified as Prem Suppogu, 41, of Montgomery Village in...
  • North Harford's Fransham, Fallston's Wohlfort are UCBAC champs

    If there were surprises in the ninth annual UCBAC Cross-Country Championships at Elkton Oct. 24, it wasn't in who won. It was in their margins of victory. North Harford's Nick Fransham outran co-favorite Ty Franks of Bo Manor by 43 seconds to win the...
  • Inky not happy with 5-2 week, vows a better week nine [Football]

    A 5-2 week is not what Inky expected, but last week is history and it's on to week nine. It may be a week of perfection if those Cougars can continue to roll. This week's picks C. Milton Wright 25, Bel Air 24 Fallston 20, North Harford 17...
  • Harford gears up for the ghoulish and goofy on Halloween

    Harford gears up for the ghoulish and goofy on Halloween
    The season for all things spooky is here, and Harford County residents will get their chance to dress up and stalk the neighborhoods in search of candy later this week. Parades and costume contests were held this past Saturday at the Festival at Bel Air...
  • Arrests made in Port Deposit homicide

    Arrests made in Port Deposit homicide
    Investigators with the Cecil County Sheriff's Office have arrested and charged two men in the shooting death of a 33-year-old Port Deposit man. Deputies found the victim, Jeffrey Adam Myers, late on the afternoon of Oct. 23. He had been shot multiple...
  • Port Deposit lit up in pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Now that October has ended, I want to send a "shout out" to the Town of Port Deposit for "turning the town pink" in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The streetlamps in the center of town glowed pink all month long. As a Relay-for-Life-er, I...
  • Shad Roe finds perfection again in week eight

    I called it. After a week in which I went just above the .500 mark, the Gridiron Guru got back threw a pack of perfect picks at you, calling all six of last week's games correctly. To be fair, most of those games were slight mismatches, but I'm not...