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  • Havre de Grace woman jailed for dog fines gets support from New Jersey woman

    Havre de Grace woman jailed for dog fines gets support from New Jersey woman
    Support continues to build for a Havre de Grace-area woman who was recently jailed for failing to pay fines and failing to show for a court date after being cited for allowing her dogs to get off her property. The support for Mary Magdalene Root, 81,...
  • Seven more Harford businesses fined for selling alcohol to minors

    Seven Harford businesses that were found guilty of selling alcohol to minors in January were fined Wednesday by the Harford County Liquor Control Board. The businesses were part of a Jan. 23 compliance test in which 40 percent of businesses failed,...
  • Local runners take top spots in three age groups at St. Patty's 5K race

    Masters runners from Bel Air captured three age-group victories in the largest of Maryland's many St. Patrick's Day races, the Kelly Shamrock 5K in Baltimore Sunday. Rob Tisch finished first among all masters runners. He ran 16:52, placing 15th...
  • Havre de Grace Opera House project gets $200,000 state grant

    Havre de Grace Opera House project gets $200,000 state grant
    The Havre de Grace Opera House recently got a state-sponsored push toward renovation, as did four other projects around Harford County, two of them also in Havre de Grace. The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development awarded the City...
  • Boys lacrosse by the numbers

    Boys lacrosse by the numbers
    3 Consecutive Hereford senior classes that have won state titles in each of their four years. Last year, the Bulls won their state record sixth-straight Class 3A/2A championship. 6 Goals defending Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A...
  • Demolition, redevelopment under way at busy Bel Air corner

    Demolition, redevelopment under way at busy Bel Air corner
    An derelict service station on a high visibility corner along Bel Air's busy Baltimore Pike corridor finally is being torn down to make way for a medical office building. The vacant former Shell station, at 703 Baltimore Pike on the southeast corner...
  • Aberdeen officials support bill that could reduce Route 22 speed limit

    Aberdeen city officials are supporting a handful of bills moving through the General Assembly, in line with the Maryland Municipal League, where Mayor Mike Bennett, a former MML president, chairs the organization's legislative committee. On such bill to...
  • Light your porch blue in support of Autism Awareness

    April 2 is Autism Awareness Day – put a blue lightbulb in your porch light and keep it shining all night in support of Autism Awareness. Havre de Grace Elks Lodge is having a self-serve waffle breakfast on Sunday, March 30 from 8 to 11 a.m. $6...
  • Bel Air commissioners look toward April, the last snow

    Bel Air commissioners look toward April, the last snow
    Bel Air Mayor Robert Reier joked at Monday night's town meeting that Public Works Director Randy Robertson could probably "write a book" on clearing snow from municipal streets, sidewalks and facilities with the latest snow that hit Monday. "The...
  • Jewish holiday of Purim celebrated in Harford

    Jewish holiday of Purim celebrated in Harford
    Dozens of people, young and old, came together in Harford County over the weekend to celebrate Purim, a Jewish holiday based on the biblical Book of Esther. At Temple Adas Shalom near Havre de Grace, children – and some adults – paraded in...
  • Spring lecture features Charles L. Robbins and the 'gang'

    Charles L. Robbins, author of the "Heavenly Waters Gang" and noted historian will entertain guests from 2 to 4 p.m. March 29 at the Harford Historical Society with the stories behind the Gang's adventures and introduce the "rest of the story." As World...
  • Despite another challenge to residency, Helton on ballot in Harford Senate race

    Art Helton is again seeking the State Senate seat he held more than three decades ago and, as happened when he ran four years ago, his residency has been challenged. As of the close of filing last month, Helton's name was entered in the Democratic...