After Harford County's previous administration did not end up building a consolidated Health Department building in Edgewood, as was once planned, the department's activities continue to operate in leased offices dispersed throughout the county at a cost of more than $1.3 million annually. There are no plans to build a new health department headquarters, a county spokesperson says.
Important deadlines for the upcoming 2016 Presidential General Election are approaching. The deadline to register to vote, update an address, and request an alternate polling place for this election is 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 18, 2016.
Commuters can now take a bus directly from downtown Baltimore to Aberdeen Proving Ground, Harford County's largest employer, thanks to a new line launched Monday by the Maryland Transit Administration.
A 35-year-old Bel Air woman told police her boyfriend allegedly kidnapped and kept her in the trunk of her car for five days, before she was able to escape and seek help Friday at a Cracker Barrel restaurant off Route 543 in Belcamp, Maryland State Police reported.
The Aberdeen City Council introduced a charter resolution Monday that would resolve any future tie votes in city elections by holding a special runoff election among any candidates with the same number of votes.
Regal Cinemas had made the second presidential debate between Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, presented as a town hall forum in St. Louis, available for free in select theaters. Abingdon was one of five such theaters in the Baltimore-Washington, D.C., area.
The Aberdeen Police Department released details Wednesday on a standoff with a suicidal man that occurred Monday afternoon in a neighborhood near George B. Lisby at Hillsdale Elementary School and ended with the man fatally shooting himself.
A man suspected of committing three armed robberies in Harford County was charged Tuesday night after he barricaded himself in an Edgewood home for about 3 1/2 hours earlier in the day, the Harford County Sheriff's Office said.
Grace Callwood, an Abingdon girl who organized a nonprofit organization to help other children after she was diagnosed with cancer, was recognized earlier this month by local and state leaders for her community service efforts.
Moviegoers in Harford County may be surprised to see a grim 30-second public service announcement before their regularly scheduled films, as county government embarks on another round of cautionary videos about the relentless heroin epidemic.
The Harford County Council held hearings Tuesday night on County Executive Barry Glassman's requests to surplus properties on Havre de Grace's Water Street and Joppa's Route 7, as well as the former Aberdeen High School.
Ray Bent was in high school in 1962, when he started working at the 117-year-old Walter G. Coale, Inc., agriculture equipment business at the crossroads of Routes 136 and 22. The major Churchville intersection was a very different place at the time.
A Bel Air man accused in a drug-related home invasion in Edgewood a year ago, which ended with another suspect being fatally shot by a resident of the home, could serve 20 years in prison under a sentence imposed following a plea deal reached last week.
Aberdeen City Manager Randy Robertson has been working to dispel rumors that the city plans to sell The Aberdeen Room Archives and Museum's building downtown, although some residents, including a former mayor, remain unconvinced.
Former State Senator Nancy Jacobs, who represented Harford and Cecil Counties during her twenty years in the Maryland General Assembly, today announced her diagnosis with B-cell non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. This is the same kind of cancer Governor Larry Hogan was diagnosed with in June of last year.
Families, young people and those artistically inclined filled the grounds of Bel Air's Shamrock Park and the surrounding streets to check out several hundred creative vendors for the town's 51st annual Festival for the Arts, held on Sunday.
Shirley S. Klein, a Harford County philanthropist and retired businesswoman, died Monday. A longtime resident of Forest Hill, Mrs. Klein was the matriarch of the family that established and owns the Klein's ShopRite supermarkets throughout Harford County and elsewhere in the Baltimore region.
Two Maryland men have been charged as drug kingpins after police found about a kilogram each of suspected cocaine and heroin during a traffic stop in Harford County earlier this week, according to information provided during their bail reviews Wednesday afternoon.
Shirley S. Klein, a Harford County philanthropist and retired businesswoman, died Monday. A longtime resident of Forest Hill, Mrs. Klein, was the matriarch of the family that established and owns the Klein's ShopRite supermarkets throughout Harford County and elsewhere in the Baltimore region.
A Fallston church invited first responders to its Sunday worship services. In between the services, the congregation gathered at its new flagpole, an Eagle Scout project by Alex Louderback, to raise the flag at 9:59 a.m., when the second World Trade Center tower fell. Among those gathered was Amanda Ray, a local teacher whose aunt died in the WTC attack and collapse.
A century later, the Gov. William Paca chapter is still going strong with nearly 80 members, most from the Bel Air area, and supports the community with projects like care packages sent to soldiers overseas and Christmas presents delivered to veterans at Perry Point VA Medical Center.