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  • Dec. 7 not just another day in Harford, now or in 1941

    Dec. 7 not just another day in Harford, now or in 1941
    Seventy years ago today, at shortly before 8 in the morning of Sunday, Dec. 7, 1941, in Hawaii, the first wave of Japanese aircraft attacked the U.S. Navy base at Pearl Harbor, plunging the United States into World War II. But two days before the attack,...
  • Harford council to move 'home' to Black Box

    After about a year of borrowing the board of education's chambers, the Harford County Council announced Tuesday it will be moving back into the so-called "Black Box" in February. "We fortunately are moving home, back to 212 South Bond Street," Council...
  • Harford comes to a standstill, thanks to back-to-back snow storms

    From The Aegis of Jan. 29, 1987: Harford County got hit with back-to-back snow storms this week in 1987, when 20 inches of snow fell and left the county at a standstill. The first storm hit Jan. 22, a Thursday, dropping a foot of white stuff. "Battered...
  • The Neal Sanatorium had a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program in 1912

    100 Years Ago Lime Green An advertisement in the Times: "Stone lime, oyster shell lime, hydrated lime, ground lime, ground lime stone, rail or water shipments: Robert S. Green, 853 Frederick Ave. Baltimore, Md." Another ad: "THE NEAL SANATORIUM...
  • Some former Harford 'Black Box' employees choose not to return

    Some former Harford 'Black Box' employees choose not to return
    Only a small percentage of employees who once occupied Harford County's "Black Box" in Bel Air will return to the building at 212 S. Bond St., even though it's been declared safe to use again. The three-story building, called the Black Box because of its...
  • St. Joseph Medical Center narrows field of suitors to three

    St. Joseph Medical Center has narrowed its search for a strategic partner to three, the hospital said Wednesday. The troubled hospital did not identify the finalists, but several sources with knowledge of the process confirmed that the potential buyers...
  • Head of the Class: St.Pius X School names honor students

    St. Pius X School, in Towson, recently announced the following students as recipients of Honors Certificates at the school for the fall semester: First Honors — Katelyn Nemoy, Rebecca Peace, Dimitri Toronjo, James Ugarte, Frankie Andrews, Sarah...
  • Farm Fair finishes with good attendance despite heat

    Farm Fair finishes with good attendance despite heat
    After four lengthy days, some with high temperatures, the 24th annual Harford County Farm Fair closed Sunday. As one of the county's largest events, the farm fair, as usual, was dominated by projects and shows from 4-H members, although there were...
  • 50 years ago: Work on bridge over Susquehanna for I-95 symbolically begun

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, May 3, 1962: Construction finally got underway on the Harford County side of the Susquehanna River on the Northeastern Expressway bridge across the river north of Havre de Grace. Gov. J. Millard...
  • Park Ridge police reports: Appliances removed from new home, and more

    Park Ridge police reports: Appliances removed from new home, and more
    The following items were taken from Park Ridge police reports: A Palatine man was charged with driving without a valid license after being cited for following too closely near the intersection of Northwest Hwy. and Potter Rd. June 23. A Des Plaines...
  • Inside the BRD: Grafton puts three, Jamestown two on 4A all-state boys soccer first team

    Grafton High put three players from its Group 4A state semifinalists on the Virginia High School Coaches Association all-state first team, while Bay Rivers District champ Jamestown put two on the first team and one on the second. The Grafton...
  • Northern California man fined for poaching, skinning 60 bobcats, foxes

    Northern California man fined for poaching, skinning 60 bobcats, foxes
    A Northern California man has pleaded guilty to illegally poaching 60 bobcats and gray foxes for their pelts, snaring them in traps he set over 900 square miles in two counties, officials said. Tracy Lee Shultz of Courtland, south of Sacramento, was...