Job creation and taxes will be some of the major issues on the agenda of the Harford County state delegation in the upcoming Maryland General Assembly session scheduled to begin on January 8 in Annapolis, although some members wonder if any real legislation will be passed during an election year.
Harford residents won't have to wait for the annual prescription drug drop off day to get rid of old and expired medication. A permanent prescription drug drop-off box was unveiled Wednesday morning to give residents 24-hour access to dump unused medication.
Fifty years ago Thursday, President John F. Kennedy traveled to the Maryland-Delaware state line to celebrate one of the largest transportation accomplishments of the era and one that would have a profound effect on both Harford and Cecil counties in the ensuing half a century.
O.J. and Chanda Brigance, co-founders of the Brigance Brigade Foundation - an organization that supports ALS patients and their families, were the featured guest speakers Wednesday morning at an Aberdeen Proving Ground event honoring the contributions disabled or differently abled Americans make to our country.
More donations have been received this week by the Empty Stocking as the Harford County based charity works toward its 2013 fundraising goals. The fund raising goal for 2013 is $80,000. As of Thursday, the fund has received $21, 740 in monetary donations.
Given the level of coordination the school system has shown in putting student days off together in blocks, there's reason to believe they'll be able to find a way to close schools on Veterans Day sooner rather than later.
Stanley J. Andrzejewski Sr., a retired electronics engineer who survived the nearly ill-fated assault on Italy's Mount Belvedere during World War II, died Thursday of respiratory failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 88.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
The city of Aberdeen plans to give Tufton Professional Baseball LLC, which oversees Ripken Stadium, more control by allowing the company to rent out space during the Aberdeen IronBirds' off-season, city manager Doug Miller said.
The Abingdon branch of the Harford County Public Library is one of the first places to offer county residents free access to a 3D printer. And residents are taking full advantage of the cutting-edge technology.
The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons already won the Nobel Peace Prize for its efforts to strip Syria of its stockpile of chemical weapons. But carrying out the process is a complex feat of chemistry – one that could require the help of a team of scientists at Aberdeen Proving Ground.
Aberdeen, once again, is starting the season with Christmas Street on Saturday, Dec. 7. The theme this year is "Christmas Dreams," so get your thinking caps on because you will surely want to be a part of the many activities planned.
St. John Properties, Inc. has selected Charm City Concierge to support the approximately 45 companies situated within The Government and Technology Enterprise (The GATE) project, with a full complement of business and personal concierge services.
President Kennedy accepted an invitation from Governor Tawes of Maryland and Governor Carvel of Delaware to attend the ceremony to open the Maryland Northeastern Expressway. A special opening day luncheon would be served at the new Maryland House restaurant on the Expressway near Aberdeen. From the luncheon, the dignitaries were expected to travel east to the Maryland-Delaware line, where President Kennedy would help officially open the roadway, arriving there from Washington via helicopter
Newspaper files from years ago tell us so much about the people who served our community, and donations to the Aberdeen Room Archives and Museum are often clippings saved over the years because they tell stories important to families
President of the Harford County Farm Bureau Jay Rickey said Hurricane Sandy, which ravaged through parts of the northeast this week one year ago, did not impact farmers and agriculture as dramatically as Tropical Storm Irene in 2011
The Harford Business Innovation Center (HBIC), in cooperation with the Harford County Office of Economic Development and other partners, has announced the establishment of a Technology Transfer Office to assist Harford County and regional companies in developing opportunities to connect in research and development with Aberdeen Proving Ground
Getting back to some of the many years of the Ryland Lee Mitchell donated books, we found the scrapbook of the year of 1972 very interesting. Within its pages were clippings of articles about some of Aberdeen's people that made news at the time
The rain which had left Harford County a sodden mess in recent days held off long enough for organizers to hold a successful sixth annual Graw Days Festival to celebrate Havre de Grace's time as a major destination for horse racing.
About 60 people from Baltimore, Cecil and Harford counties gathered Wednesday for a presentation on a feasibility study regarding the creation of a University Research Park in Harford County, which would serve the northeastern region of Maryland.