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Harford County

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Top Harford County Articles

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  • Woman flown to shock trauma after crash into tree in Aberdeen

    A woman was flown to a regional trauma center with critical injuries after the car she was driving crashed into a tree in Aberdeen late Saturday night, fire and rescue officials reported. The victim, a woman in her 20s, was in stable condition at the...
  • Opposed to Eva-Mar development project [Letter]

    I've noticed a few letters here in recent weeks asserting an urgent need for a continuing-care retirement center in Harford County. I heard no such sentiment by any of the nearly 700 people who attended two community-impact meetings earlier this year on...
  • Aberdeen Proving Ground not well poised for BRAC evaluation [Editorial]

    Aberdeen Proving Ground not well poised for BRAC evaluation [Editorial]
    Writing more than 2,500 years ago in Greece, Aesop warned against procrastination in the story of the industrious ant who gathered supplies during the summer in anticipation of the coming winter and the fun-loving grasshopper who waited too long to...
  • Someone is qualified to be Md. governor — he's just not a Democrat [Letter]

    Someone is qualified to be Md. governor — he's just not a Democrat [Letter]
    In a recent letter to the editor, K. Cooper was half right — the Democrats have no one who is genuinely qualified to be Maryland's next governor ("Who's qualified to be Maryland's next governor? No one!" April 5). However, the Republicans do:...
  • Harford schools approved for all waivers; classes to end June 12

    Harford schools approved for all waivers; classes to end June 12
    Harford County Public Schools was approved for the maximum number of the inclement weather waivers – five – from the Maryland State Department of Education, Superintendent Barbara Canavan said. With the approval of the waivers, the official...
  • Harford's Romancing the Chrome car show draws more than 2,000

    Harford's Romancing the Chrome car show draws more than 2,000
    In Harford County Saturday, you could spend your day hunting Easter eggs, flying kites, buying the first locally grown produce of the spring or, if your interests lean toward custom, super stock and classic vehicles, you could visit the third annual...
  • Route 24 expected to be closed through Rocks State Park this summer

    Route 24 expected to be closed through Rocks State Park this summer
    The Maryland State Highway Administration's long-delayed plan to rebuild parts of Route 24 through Rocks State Park is back on track and could begin as early as mid-May, but the first phase has been scaled back considerably from what highway planners...
  • Bel Air celebrates 'liberating' kite flying at annual festival

    Bel Air celebrates 'liberating' kite flying at annual festival
    Hundreds of people came out Saturday for what one visitor called "good old-fashioned family fun" during the ninth annual Kite Day Festival in Bel Air's Rockfield Park. "Good old-fashioned family fun," April Southard of Bel Air, who came with her 2-year-...
  • To protect and serve [Commentary]

    To protect and serve [Commentary]
    Growing up in Baltimore, a small, but major city in America, I never thought much about jobs in the business of protecting and serving. In elementary school, I attended a small private Baptist church-school in Baltimore. Instead of allowing the students...
  • Peach Bottom Atomic Power Plant given OK to restart [25 years ago]

    Two years after its shutdown was ordered, Peach Bottom Atomic Power Plant was officially given the go-ahead 25 years ago this week to start up again. The plant, three miles north of Harford County on the Susquehanna River, had been idle since March 31,...
  • Harford Land Trust names Ben Lloyd president

    Harford Land Trust names Ben Lloyd president
    The Harford Land Trust recently named Ben Lloyd, a ninth-generation Harford County resident, the president of its board of directors. Lloyd, a Norrisville area resident, has served on the Harford Land Trust board since 2008. He replaces Harry Webster...
  • Quick start pushes Gilman lacrosse past Archbishop Spalding

    Quick start pushes Gilman lacrosse past Archbishop Spalding
    Gilman's starting unit came to play early against Archbishop Spalding in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference battleĀ on a balmy Friday afternoon in Roland Park. Coupled with the fact that the Greyhound reserves showcased a strong...