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Final canvass doesn't change three close Harford County election races

Three Harford County election races that went down to the wire appear to have been decided with Friday’s final canvass of absentee and provisional ballots. In each instance, candidates who were trailing by less than 300 votes gained on the leaders, but not enough to overtake them. Election workers...

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  • Harford Sheriff's Office raids area massage parlors

    Harford Sheriff's Office raids area massage parlors

    In an effort to curb illegal activity in local massage parlors, three women were arrested recently — and summonses were issued for two others — by the Harford County Sheriff’s Office on solicitation charges. Human trafficking as a whole has become an issue across the country, according to Sgt....

  • Baltimore man charged with dealing heroin in Harford

    Baltimore man charged with dealing heroin in Harford

    A Baltimore City man, allegedly tied to two non-fatal heroin overdoses and to drug trafficking in Harford County, is facing federal heroin distribution charges, the Harford County Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday. Karon Elijah Peoples, 23, who is tied to residences in the 6000 block of Frankford Avenue...

  • Harford correctional officer recruit charged with sex offenses

    Harford correctional officer recruit charged with sex offenses

    A Harford County Sheriff’s Office correctional deputy recruit’s employment has been terminated after he was charged with sex offenses, the Sheriff’s Office said. Deputy recruit Nicholas Paul Carini, 20, of the 100 block of South Main Street in Bel Air, was arrested Wednesday and charged with sex...

  • Gwynn Oak man charged in home invasion overnight in Bel Air

    Gwynn Oak man charged in home invasion overnight in Bel Air

    A Gwynn Oak man was arrested early Wednesday morning after allegedly breaking into an apartment in Bel Air and threatening the residents, town police said. Andrew Cureton Jr., 24, is charged with home invasion, first-degree burglary, theft $100 to $1,500 and two counts of second-degree assault...

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  • Aberdeen Police officers growing beards, collecting toys and food

    Aberdeen Police officers growing beards, collecting toys and food

    As Aberdeen Police Department officers grow their beards for “No Shave November,” they’ll also be collecting toys and food for local charities. During “No Shave November,” many members of Aberdeen Police Department — male and female — will give up shaving to raise money for cancer research and...

  • Harford votes for Hogan, Harris, other Republicans

    Harford votes for Hogan, Harris, other Republicans

    Harford County again went big for Gov. Larry Hogan Tuesday and voted for many, but not all, Republicans on the statewide ballot. Hogan beat Democratic challenger Ben Jealous in Harford County 77.61 percent to 21.23 percent, with Hogan getting 82,460 votes and Jealous getting 22,560. Four years...

  • Ishak elected; Adkins-Tobin unseats sitting Judge Kreis

    Ishak elected; Adkins-Tobin unseats sitting Judge Kreis

    Diane Adkins-Tobin did what no one has been able to do since 1954 — unseat a sitting judge. Not only did the deputy state’s attorney for Harford County defeat one of the two incumbent Harford County Circuit Court judges, she received more votes than either of them. Adkins-Tobin, who got on the...

  • Aberdeen budgets $150,000 to start its defense of Ripken Stadium lawsuit

    Aberdeen budgets $150,000 to start its defense of Ripken Stadium lawsuit

    The City of Aberdeen is proposing an initial budget of $150,000 to begin its defense of a breach of contract lawsuit filed by Cal Ripken Jr. and his baseball management company against the city. The Aberdeen City Council, at its meeting Monday night, voted 3-1 to introduce an amendment to its FY2019...

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