Dr. William A. Reinke, a statistician who helped develop the department of international health at what is now the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health where he was professor for 50 years, died Oct. 4 at the Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville of lymphoma. He was 86.
As additive manufacturing, also known as 3-D printing, becomes more commonly used among manufacturers, Harford Community College faculty and staff members are developing methods of educating students about the process.
The competition to fill the Harford County state Senate seat held by retiring Nancy Jacobs pits Republican Bob Cassilly, a former mayor of Bel Air and former county councilman, against Democratic Del. Mary-Dulany James.
So, we continue on with this map that covers 11 feet of wall space in the APG exhibit area. The map covers area from Poole's Island of 280 acres, on the left, with the names of Charles Homer and C.C. Wills ad F. T. Homer. Then there is Carrolls Island of 1,212 acres.
George Edgar Hauver, a retired Aberdeen Proving Ground scientist and amateur photographer who was a first-place winner in photo contests, died of dementia complications Sept. 17 at Bloom Assisted Living in Hilton Head, S.C. The former Bel Air resident was 87.
Richard E. Kleinfelder, a retired construction manger who earlier had been in heavy equipment sales, died Saturday at Stella Maris Hospice of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease. He was 66.
We wonder, how many of us remember that before Baltimore on the Patapsco existed, there was a Baltimore Town right her in our part of Harford County, the Aberdeen Proving Ground to be exact. Old Baltimore was actually the county seat of Baltimore County for a few years, when Harford County was part of Baltimore County
Samuel E. Jackson Jr., a retired research psychologist who was a longtime active member of Kappa Alpha Psi, an historically black fraternity, died Sept. 1 at Howard County General Hospital of heart failure. He was 80.
Jurisdictions surrounding Aberdeen Proving Ground are in the early stages of preparing a study of potential land uses and their compatibility with the existing and potential future missions at the large Harford County military installation.
The riddle of the Spesutie Island "mystery monument" was finally solved, and the solution filled an important gap in the history of the area in 1976. Katherine Taylor, born in Perryman, refuted the false conjecture that the edifice constructed of assorted stones was the marker for the gravesite of a favorite hunting dog
A military grenade that had been fashioned into an improvised explosive device was found in a vacant, foreclosed home in Jarrettsville on Wednesday and later disposed of safely, the Office of the State Fire Marshal said.
Robert I. "Bob" Callahan, a veteran Baltimore broadcaster who worked in both radio and television and in early June was honored with a star on Maryland Public Television's Walk of Fame, died Aug. 28 at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Miami, Fla. He was 76.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
Plans to subdivide a portion of Winters Run Golf Course for a cluster of five houses off Tollgate Road in Bel Air will be reviewed by the Harford County Development Advisory Committee Wednesday morning.
Officials with the Army's Test and Evaluation Command at Aberdeen Proving Ground and energy supplier Constellation Retail recently signed three-year agreement to explore alternative energy sources for the Harford County Army post as leaders across the military and federal government look for ways to reduce the amount of energy used at their facilities.
Aberdeen residents and community leaders have plenty of ideas for what the city's future library might look like, and they offered them up during a public forum Monday on the branch's possible redesign.
Although this year's Maryland State BBQ Bash was the 13th consecutive bash in Bel Air, the event was anything but unlucky for Erika Quesenbery, the newest executive director of the Bel Air Downtown Alliance.
The 220 miles that make up U.S. 40 in Maryland was an epicenter of historical clashes in the state with resistance culminating with a Freedom Ride less than three months after Kennedy issued his plea. On Dec. 16, 1961, as many as 700 blacks and whites descended upon dozens of still-segregated restaurants along the highway.
The prospect of Harford County's economy losing in excess of 4,000 military and defense contracting jobs associated with various activities at Aberdeen Proving Ground is as unsavory a scenario that could be visited on the local economy.
Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene had served more than three decades in uniform without a combat tour when he got the assignment last year: He was wanted in Kabul to help train the Afghan National Security Forces.
While potential cuts of up to nearly 4,300 military and civilian jobs at Aberdeen Proving Ground are far from a done deal, Harford County leaders stressed the need Monday evening for local residents to get an early start on letting the Army know about the impact any such cuts will have on the region's largest employer and on their community.
The new regional organization that will foster the hoped for growth of private sector additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, in Harford and Cecil counties has hired an executive director with considerable background in using the technology.
In the files of "Harford Democrat and Aberdeen Enterprise" newspapers at the Aberdeen Room Museum, we found important articles concerning changes in the lives of many of our local citizens over the years
Brig. Gen. Bruce T. Crawford, commanding general of the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command and Aberdeen Proving Ground's senior mission commander, was promoted to major general during a ceremony Monday.
Inside Aberdeen Proving Ground, an estimated 21,000 people report to work on any given day, conducting research in massive new federal buildings. But outside the base, gleaming new offices completed in anticipation of economic spillover stand empty, a reminder of growth that has remained tightly contained.
Harford County public works officials say the cost of providing waste disposal and recycling services is projected to increase 24 percent during the next 10 years, and they are considering potential changes in how the current system operates, possibly to include a major shift in the arms-length relationship that has existed for decades with commercial waste hauling companies.