Van Mitchell, the chair of the new Maryland Prescription Drug Affordability Board, will lead a forum at an Ellicott City senior center to hear about rising drug costs, the first of a series of events around the state to hear from the public about the burden of paying for their medications.
Anyone with information about a car fire in Aberdeen on Saturday night is being encouraged to call the Office of the State Fire Marshal, as investigators try to determine the origin and cause of the fire.
Bobby E. Riley, 41, of the 200 block of Walnut Lane in Aberdeen, is accused of robbing the Sunoco gas station at around 9:03 p.m. Dec. 21 and the Lucky Mart at approximately 11:50 a.m. Dec. 24. Both businesses are located on Route 40.
The Harford County Sheriff’s Office is reminding people to lock their doors — both their houses and their cars — after a series of burglaries and suspicious incidents in neighborhoods along Fountain Green Road in recent weeks.
John Carroll officials say they are aware of at least seven confirmed cases of pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough, at the Bel Air school, and that state and county health departments are investigating the outbreak.
Raequan Aderius Frazier, of Edgewood, has been charged with attempted murder, but police are searching for two other suspects after the three allegedly demanded money from a Joppa man and one of them fired multiple rounds into his home.
Hootie and the Blowfish frontman and country music singer Darius Rucker stopped by Coakley’s Pub in Havre de Grace with his family for lunch on Wednesday, enjoying an order of the restaurant’s sesame ginger wings.
Following last week’s arrest of a Baltimore man who, in September, allegedly shot and killed another Baltimore man in Edgewood, the Harford County Sheriff’s Office is offering rewards up to $10,000 for information regarding two other fatal shootings that occurred in the community this year.
A video of a fight Sunday night at the Edgewood Popeyes fast food restaurant has gone viral, as a fight at another Maryland Popeyes over the chain’s popular chicken sandwich, became deadly Monday night.
Johnathon Schaech, an Edgewood High School alum and actor who plays comic book character Jonah Hex in The CW’s “Arrowverse,” is looking forward to his first appearance at the Baltimore Comic Con this weekend.
The Abingdon branch, located at 2510 Tollgate Road, closed in March for structural improvements which included new windows and partial roof replacement, as well as upgrades to its bathrooms and the children’s department, among other aesthetic changes.
Recently, psychologist Dr. Leonard Sax visited Harford County for a presentation called “Instagram Ate My Daughter, My Son Won’t Stop Playing Fortnite, What Can I Do?” But the takeaway from Sax’s presentation shouldn’t be that social media can be bad for a teen’s mental health or that many video games are excessively violent, it’s that parents should probably take a look in the mirror first when concerned about this sort of behavior in their own children.
Steve Michael Droter, 45, of Abingdon has been charged with a threat of mass violence after he allegedly insinuated to police Tuesday he had explosives in his vehicle at Prince of Peace Church in Edgewood.
A suspicious person wandering the parking lot of an Edgewood church told sheriff’s deputies he may have had explosives in his vehicle, causing law enforcement to close roads and evacuate the area for several hours Tuesday.
Six men, most of whom are from Harford County, have been indicted on charges related to an armed home invasion in Cecil County in which a man was held hostage and a pregnant woman was assaulted. Law enforcement believe they may have uncovered an illegal drug ring during the multi-jurisdiction investigation of the incident.
A federal judge on Monday sentenced a Baltimore bail bondsman to serve seven years in prison for conspiracy to commit sex trafficking. The investigation began in December 2016 after a drug overdose in Harford County.
The Harford County chapter of the Miracle League, a nonprofit that gives people with special needs the opportunity to play baseball on fields designed to accommodate them and their wheelchairs or other support devices, broke ground on its field at Schucks Road Regional Park outside of Bel Air on Tuesday.