Bel Air couple donate $2,800 to buy safety mechanisms for Harford County police dogs
Louis and Marion Storm met one of the Harford County Sheriff’s Office’s police dogs — Diogi — Wednesday afternoon, as a thank you for their donation.
New Harford Circuit Court drug court focuses on underlying addiction, not the crime itself
Harford County Circuit Court Judge Kevin Mahoney started a,drug court not only to help keep people out of jail, but more importantly, to treat their addiction.
Aberdeen approves $29.4 million budget for FY2020; OKs spending $75,000 more on Ripken Stadium lawsuit
Aberdeen approved a $29.4 million budget — which includes a tax rate decrease — for the next fiscal year, which starts July 1, at its meeting Monday.
Harford residents tell committee development in Fallston, Hickory will add traffic, students
Traffic is already bad in Fallston and Hickory and schools are already crowded and adding new homes to those communities is only going to make things worse.
Aberdeen to spend $1 million on road projects in next fiscal year
The city of Aberdeen has about $1 million to spend on road repairs in the next 12 months, city officials said.
Man robbed walking to train station in Aberdeen
A man walking on West Bel Air Avenue early Monday morning told police he was robbed by two men.
As more people head outside, Sheriff's Office urges them to lock vehicles, remove valuables
As the weather gets warmer, more people are heading outside and that means more opportunity for theft.
Teen suspected in up to 20 incidents of vandalism using slingshot, marbles, unfired bullets
An 18-year-old from Bel Air is suspected in possibly 20 incidents of using a slingshot to fire small objects at homes and businesses over six days last week.
Bel Air police to sponsor implicit bias training for its officers, others later this summer
Bel Air Police Department will train its officers and any others in Harford County who are interested in implicit bias later this summer.
Construction begins on second, third tiny houses in Bel Air, as first nears completion
Construction has begun on the second and third tiny houses on Rock Spring Road in Bel Air.
'Our school gives back to the world,' Harford Tech senior tells Class of 2019 at graduation
Lauren Hemling is known to the graduating class of Harford Tech as “the only girl in auto body.”
Nine students complete Future Link program, ready to start working
Chris Wheeler’s favorite job through the Future Link program was his internship at Harford Memorial Hospital.
Edgewood boy, 11, pulled from pool on Memorial Day dies
The 11-year-old boy who was pulled from the bottom of a Joppa swimming pool on Monday died Friday morning at John’s Hopkins Children’s Center, his family said.
'It's time for you to fly,' Teacher of the Year tells graduating students at Havre de Grace High School
The tassels turned and the aerosol string flew onstage at Havre de Grace High School on Thursday evening, when 140 seniors became graduates.
Edgewood boy pulled from pool on Memorial Day remains hospitalized; friends start GoFundMe for family
The 11-year-old Edgewood boy who was pulled from the bottom of a pool in Harford County Monday remains in critical condition in the hospital, his mother said.
Sentencing for Joppa kingpin in marijuana distribution ring postponed until June 28
Sentencing for the Joppa man convicted of being a drug kingpin in the sale of marijuana in Harford County was postponed Thursday until the end of June.
Two Baltimore teens in custody in Harford, one person at-large after chase into Maryland from Pennsylvania
A chase involving state troopers and two vans started in Pennsylvania and ended in Harford County. Police arrested one man are searching for two others.
Harford executive signs budget; school board president disappointed no changes made to education funding
Harford County Executive Barry Glassman signed into law Wednesday the county’s $903.6 million budget for the fiscal year that starts July 1.
Harford council approves $903.6 million budget without added funds for education
Despite citizen pleas over the last several weeks, the Harford County Council on Tuesday approved a county budget without adding any more money for education.
Named after Klein family, 24/7 Harford Crisis Center to open June 10
The Klein Family Harford Crisis Center in Bel Air will be Maryland's first 24/7 option for people needing access to behavioral health and addiction services.
Havre de Grace Police investigating shooting on Alliance Street, victim in critical condition
A man is in critical condition at a Delaware hospital after he was shot multiple times Monday night in Havre de Grace.
Early CPR credited with successful rescue of boy, 11, pulled from Joppa pool
A boy was taken to a Baltimore hospital after being pulled from a pool in Joppa, said fire officials who credit early CPR with saving the boy's life.
Mother shares memories of her fallen son, Sgt. Heede, at Bel Air Memorial Day ceremony
Gloria Crothers, of Conowingo, remembered her son, Sgt. Michael Heede, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2009 during Monday's Memorial Day ceremony in Bel Air.
'Go for what you want in life' says Harford Center for Educational Opportunity graduate
Tricia George went from having Es in school to straight As when she came to the Alternative Education Program at the Center for Educational Opportunity.
Three Harford seniors have perfect attendance for 13 years of schooling
Chase Pullen of Bel Air, Alayna Avent of Harford Tech and Cara McLaughlin of Fallston have had perfect attendance for 13 years in Harford County Public Schools
Drag performers, supporters urge Harford liquor board to sanction inspector, stop discrimination
The discrimination and homophobia that led to the cancelation of several drag shows in Harford County over the last few months has got to stop, more than two
Barrett's on the Pike is opening Tuesday in Bel Air shopping center
Barrett’s on the Pike is opening Tuesday in the former Stone’s Cove Kit Bar, which closed suddenly in June 2017.
Backup police car, fire department funding added to Aberdeen's $29.4 million budget
It was one of three amendments made to the budget for the next fiscal year, which starts July 1. The council can vote on the $30.6 million budget
Harford Community College focused on $31.5 million Chesapeake Center renovation, pushing back library project
Renovation of the Harford Community College library is being pushed back as the school moves forward with a $31.5 million renovation of the Chesapeake Center.
Harford seniors prepare for graduation ceremonies that begin Friday
As 13 years of education come to an end for thousands of Harford school students, the break will be well-deserved for two students who didn’t miss a day.
In two years, outgoing Aberdeen Proving Ground commander has opened up new lines of communication
In two years, Maj. Gen. Randy Taylor has created a connection between Aberdeen Proving Ground and the community outside the gate that hasn’t existed in years.
Aberdeen man, woman charged with importing 1 kilo of cocaine from Arizona
An Aberdeen man and woman were arrested last week after allegedly having a kilo of cocaine mailed to them from Arizona.
Harford school leaders working to find spots for 18 teachers whose jobs are to be eliminated
Superintendent Sean Bulson said he would work with those teachers to keep them in the school system and get them certified — if they so choose.
Reservations required to park at Kilgore Falls, Falling Branch at Rocks State Park on weekends this summer
Anyone who wants to visit Kilgore Falls at Falling Branch on a Saturday, Sunday or holiday this summer will have to make a reservation.
Aberdeen police officers could start wearing body cameras in July, Bel Air may soon follow
Aberdeen police officers could become the first in Harford County to wear body cameras, with Bel Air officers following behind them in a few months.
Harford bars, restaurants cancel drag shows to avoid risk of losing liquor licenses
A number of Harford County bars and restaurants say they have had to cancel scheduled drag shows or risk losing their liquor licenses.
Two of three killed in Edgewood fire last week are identified
Two of the three people killed in the two-alarm fire in Edgewood last week have been identified.
Harford Community College to give full-time employees $750 to help with rising health care costs
Full-time employees at Harford Community College will be getting a one-time “health care assistance payment” to help with the rising costs of health care.
Former theater owner hopes to bring movies back to Aberdeen
A local movie theater owner is planning to bring a cinema back to Aberdeen after a 22-year absence.
Kim Boniface, member of prominent Harford County horse racing and breeding family, dies at age 51
Kim Boniface, a member of the prominent horse racing and breeding family of Bonita Farm in Darlington, died Friday. She was 51.
Alleged Edgewood shooter held without bail; brother's bail set at $50K
One of the two brothers charged in connection with a shooting Friday evening in Edgewood is being held at the Harford County Detention Center without bail.
Partners in Fallston Barrel House restaurant sever business ties
After a contentious relationship, two of the owners of Fallston Barrel House are severing their business ties.
Two arrested, charged in connection with shooting in Edgewood Friday
Harford County Sheriff's deputies have arrested two men in connection with a shooting Friday night in Edgewood.
Harford County Sheriff's Office investigating Friday night shooting in Edgewood
Harford County Sheriff’s Office detectives are investigating a shooting Friday evening in Edgewood.
Fire officials inspecting other 'high-occupancy' homes in Edgewood area after deadly blaze
The State Fire Marshal and Harford County Sheriff were working Friday to determine the cause and origin of the fatal fire in Edgewood.
As Aberdeen, Ripken negotiate lawsuit, city anticipates spending another $75,000
As the City of Aberdeen anticipates spending another $75,000 in legal fees for the lawsuit and countersuit between the city and the owner of Ripken Stadium and the Aberdeen IronBirds, both sides are seeking time to negotiate.
Maryland State Police still investigating cause of March 11 crash in Bel Air that killed two people
Maryland State Police are still investigating the crash nearly two months ago that killed two people, including a 7-year-old boy and the owner of a local grocery store chain, and injured two others.
Hundreds rally for education, urge full funding of Harford schools budget
Cars driving by on Churchville Road and Hickory Avenue honked their horn in support of the people in red, rallying Thursday evening for more funding for Harfo
Officials investigating whether site of Edgewood fatal fire was 'illegal boarding house'
Fire and law enforcement officials say they are trying to determine whether an Edgewood townhouse where three people died and two others were injured in a fire Thursday was an illegal boarding house.
Firefighters battling blaze at Weavers Autobody off Tollgate Road in Bel Air
Crews from Harford and Baltimore counties have controlled a two-alarm fire at an autobody shop in Bel Air.