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  • Expected signings

    These local student-athletes are expected to sign National Letters of Intent to play college sports on Wednesday's national signing day. If you know of signings that don't appear on this list, email sports@baltsun.com. Football Listed by name, high...
  • Aberdeen council: No more housing near Ripken Stadium

    Aberdeen city council members said this week they do not want any new homes near Ripken Stadium. The city had high hopes that the area, zoned as an "integrated business district," would blossom into a commercial and office center. Now that the mixed use...
  • Frito-Lay plans to expand Aberdeen plant

    Frito-Lay plans to expand Aberdeen plant
    Frito-Lay Inc., maker of such well-known snacks as Doritos, Tostitos, Cheetos and SunChips, plans to expand its Aberdeen plant and hire 100 more employees, which would make the Hickory Drive facility among the company's largest sites nationwide....
  • Incentives paying off for students in AP program in Harford

    Incentives paying off for students in AP program in Harford
    It was an uncommon partnership for a Maryland school and an aerospace company. In 2012, Boeing agreed to pump hundreds of thousands of dollars into one Harford County high school to improve Advanced Placement achievement in hopes that students —...
  • Fighting underage drinking [Letter]

    I am writing to you as the president of FACE-IT (Faith Activated Community Empowering Intervention Training), a not for profit corporation incorporated in the State of Maryland. The mission of this faith-based coalition is to provide educational...
  • Police make headway in solving rash of Harford bank robberies

    Police make headway in solving rash of Harford bank robberies
    Police have made considerable headway in solving the unusually high number of bank and post office robberies in Harford County since late 2012. Arrests have been made in connection with 11 of the 14 robberies and one attempted robbery, which targeted...
  • APG contracting dollars fell 13% last year

    APG contracting dollars fell 13% last year
    The value of contracts at Aberdeen Proving Ground plummeted 13 percent last year, but businesses with Maryland locations ended up with roughly as much as the year before. Even with the overall drop, the numbers are eye-popping. The Army base in...
  • Aberdeen council signs on to $800,000 water authority study

    Aberdeen council signs on to $800,000 water authority study
    The city of Aberdeen voted Monday night to move forward with the proposed countywide water and sewer authority, the first of Harford's three municipalities to agree to contribute to the $800,000 study. But Mayor Mike Bennett reiterated the city wasn't...
  • MARC ticket machines down at Martin Airport, Edgewood, Aberdeen, Perryville

    MARC ticket machines down at Martin Airport, Edgewood, Aberdeen, Perryville
    MARC train ticket vending machines at Martin Airport, Edgewood, Aberdeen and Perryville are out of service, the Maryland Transportation Authority said Wednesday afternoon. Authorities have notified a technician. In the meantime, one-way and round-trip...
  • Harford tallied 21 fatal accidents in 2013, down from 2012

    Harford tallied 21 fatal accidents in 2013, down from 2012
    After a spike in 2012 that saw multiple fatalities in several accidents, 10 fewer people were killed on Harford County highways last year over the year before. There were 21 people killed in motor vehicle related accidents in Harford in 2013 compared...
  • Woman killed, two others injured in Aberdeen crash

    Woman killed, two others injured in Aberdeen crash
    An Aberdeen woman was killed and two other people were injured Wednesday morning in a two-vehicle crash at Walmart Way and Route 40 (South Philadelphia Boulevard) in Aberdeen, according to Harford County officials. The crash forced police to close a...
  • Harford County, municipalities have mixed views on proposed water authority

    Harford County, municipalities have mixed views on proposed water authority
    Harford County's three municipal governments are set to decide if they should sign on for an $831,000 study that will push them toward being part of a countywide water and sewer authority. County Public Works Director Tim Whittie said the authority...