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Allan Vought

Writer

An award winning editor, investigative reporter and columnist, Kimber Allan Matzinger-Vought has been a professional journalist for 44 years, covering such diverse stories as Maryland's 1970s political scandals, the collapse of the state savings and loan industry, problems with Harford County's health care system and terrorism and public safety issues. He coordinates news coverage for The Aegis and The Record in Harford County. Born and raised in the Philadelphia area, he holds bachelor's and master's degrees from Northwestern University. He lives in Fallston and enjoys hiking, gardening, music and reading.

Recent Articles

  • Racing in the good old days brought alive at Bel Air's County Life Farm

    Racing in the good old days brought alive at Bel Air's County Life Farm

    Reminiscing about horses and the characters who bred, owned and raced them in the 1930s and 1940s, Kentucky-based actor, director and playwright Walter May entertained more than 75 people at Bel Air’s Country Life Farm Friday night. May performs a one-man show, “This was Racing: An Evening with...

  • Fallout continues from Bel Air High racist photo, as more demand action

    Fallout continues from Bel Air High racist photo, as more demand action

    As Harford County Public Schools officials sought to contain fallout from a racist photograph involving seven Bel Air High School students, community leaders called for more dialogue about this and other issues of racism and of racial, gender, religious or ethnic objectification in the county. ...

  • Temporary bridge in use on Carrs Mill Road near Bel Air

    Temporary bridge in use on Carrs Mill Road near Bel Air

    The temporary bridge has been put in place along Carrs Mill Road crossing the Bear Cabin Branch stream between Fallston and Bel Air while a new $1.4 million bridge is built. Drivers began using the temporary span Monday, and it will be in place for six to eight months, depending on the weather,...

  • Field of four candidates set for Bel Air town election

    Field of four candidates set for Bel Air town election

    Four candidates have been certified to run for two seats on the Bel Air Board of Town Commissioners in the Nov. 7 town election. The candidates are incumbent Commissioner Patrick Richards and Michael D. Kutcher, Amy G. Chmielewski and Christopher Jordan. Town Commissioner Robert Preston, whose term...

  • Organizers pleased with turnout at Harford County Veterans Resource Fair

    Organizers pleased with turnout at Harford County Veterans Resource Fair

    Organizers of Saturday's Harford County Veterans Resource Fair pronounced it a success as more than 100 veterans showed up to talk with a variety of service providers. The fair was held for the second year at the Bel Air Armory, where the main floor was occupied with dozens of tables staffed by...

  • Harford to set up 24/7 opioid addiction help line

    Harford to set up 24/7 opioid addiction help line

    Harford County has received state funding to establish and operate a round-the-clock dedicated telephone line to help people experiencing opioid addiction. The funding is part of $170,313 the county received this summer in an effort to reduce overdose deaths as part of the larger effort of the...

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