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Harford County

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  • Harford residents plead for 'common sense' in Eva-Mar development

    Harford residents plead for 'common sense' in Eva-Mar development
    Bel Air area residents opposed to the construction of a 514-unit retirement community and 144 single-family houses, in the midst of their neighborhoods, urged county and state officials Wednesday make the retirement community smaller and control overall...
  • Forest Hill man, 19, killed in Bel Air crash early Sunday

    Forest Hill man, 19, killed in Bel Air crash early Sunday
    A 19-year-old Forest Hill man was killed and two passengers injured in a single-vehicle crash early Sunday on Moores Mill Road near the Route 22 intersection in Bel Air, according to the Harford County Sheriff's Office. The crash is the second fatal car...
  • Cost of not taking a smart meter arrives

    Cost of not taking a smart meter arrives
    As bills go out with the first fees for customers who don't want smart meters, Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. is pressing to apply the charges to a much larger group — people the utility says have ignored repeated requests to switch out old meters...
  • Drugs found geocaching in Abingdon; cows loose in Pylesville [Harford Police Blotter]

    Drugs found geocaching in Abingdon; cows loose in Pylesville [Harford Police Blotter]
    Harford County Sheriff's Office and Maryland State Police reports: Aberdeen Brandon Warfield, 25, of the 300 block of South Parke Street, was charged Friday with three counts of possessing marijuana with intent to distribute, five counts of possessing...
  • Havre de Grace council moves to end small business loan program

    Havre de Grace council moves to end small business loan program
    Havre de Grace has taken the first step toward abolishing RAD loans that have helped numerous small business owners develop, expand, relocate or otherwise keep their businesses afloat since 1990. At the request of the state government, the city...
  • Edgewood man accused of stealing from sleeping truck drivers at Maryland House, Jessup travel plaza

    An Edgewood man with dozens of prior arrests and convictions is accused of stealing wallets from truck drivers at two local travel plazas over the past two months, Maryland State Police reported. Lloyd Alvin Harris, 53, in the 1900 block of Steven Drive,...
  • Aberdeen unveils 'one of the finest' 9/11 memorials Saturday

    Aberdeen unveils 'one of the finest' 9/11 memorials Saturday
    A memorial to those who lost their lives in the 9/11 terror attacks was unveiled Saturday by Aberdeen city leaders who were joined by first responders from the city and Harford County emergency officials, as well as Aberdeen Proving Ground military...
  • Forest Hill Exxon robbed at gunpoint Saturday night

    An Exxon gas station in Forest Hill was robbed by a masked, armed gunman late Saturday night, Maryland State Police said. The robber entered the store at the gas station, in the 2000 block of Rock Spring Road, shortly before 11:30 p.m., Lt. Jim DeCourcey...
  • HdG ready to celebrate July 4th on the 5th

    Happy Independence Day, dear readers! Flags, banners and bunting throughout Havre de Grace shout red, white and blue as we prepare for our nation's birthday and our Independence Day today (Friday). The Havre de Grace carnival continues to operate in...
  • Habitat for Humanity builds two Harford homes in four days

    Habitat for Humanity builds two Harford homes in four days
    Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna partnered with Lennar, one of the nation's leading home builders, to construct two new homes in Aberdeen in just four days from June 2-6 for two first-time homeowners. The partnership was part of the nationwide Home...
  • Low voter turnout means a government chosen by the few [Commentary]

    Low voter turnout means a government chosen by the few [Commentary]
    Often in the aftermath of an election, a thought, altered slightly and repeated by a slew of philosophers and social commentators, often pops into my mind: In a democracy, we get the government we deserve (sometimes followed by... and we deserve the...
  • 'Record-breaking sale' at Harford Farm Fair livestock auction

    'Record-breaking sale' at Harford Farm Fair livestock auction
    The Grimmel family of Jarrettsville continued its winning tradition at this year's Harford County Farm Fair Saturday, as 9-year-old Madelyn Grimmel sold three Grand Champion animals she raised during the 47th annual 4-H Livestock Sale. The livestock...