With assistance from Harford County officials and the implementation of a statewide plan to promote growth and revitalization in specific areas, Edgewood could be posed for an number of positive changes.
Army personnel at Aberdeen Proving Ground are developing methods to detect biological weapons in response to recent threats from North Korea, including a 15-foot-high device that soldiers have dubbed "the Kraken."
William J. Kunkel took the oath of office as Harford County's third sheriff in the past month. The 35-year-old veteran police officer was named to the post following the sudden deaths of former sheriffs Raymond Fulker and Paul Stearns
Residents of the Gunpowder Pointe subdivision in the Joppa area, who were under the impression they had a say in how a parcel abutting their community could be developed, received a rude awakening this year when meeting with developers who are seeking Harford County approval to build 66 townhomes at Pulaski Highway and Enfield Road.
Route 22 in Aberdeen is lined with empty houses marked "No Trespassing," as the State Highway Administration moves forward with plans to raze 18 homes along the road between Beards Hill Road and Aberdeen Proving Ground.
Employees at the Aberdeen Proving Ground office of New Jersey-based information technology firm Symbolic Systems Inc. – many who have ties to the Garden State – have helped raise $11,000 for Superstorm Sandy relief programs in New Jersey.
Two fires in Aberdeen and one in Street between Friday and Saturday night caused a combined $35,000 worth of damage to three structures and their contents but did not injure anyone, the Maryland State Fire Marshal's Office said.
About 40 youths from the Freestate ChalleNGe Academy finished up their morning of cleaning refuse from the marshlands of the Melvin G. Bosely Wildlife Conservancy tired, muddy and hungry, but their contributions to the 22nd annual cleanup of the marsh were invaluable to the organizers of Saturday's event.
Perryville's Mickey McMullen began his softball career in 1954, playing fast pitch before enlisting in the US Marine Corps in 1957. He returned in 1960 and played both fast pitch and baseball in the Baltimore Major League until 1985.
As bad as the traffic situation is now, it's is likely to get worse, thanks to the feeder roads not having seen any major upgrades, but hopefully the new transportation center effort will help ease the pain a little bit.
Daniel Bennett "D.B." Smith Sr. received a standing ovation from his fellow volunteers last Saturday as his name was called as this year's recipient of the Aberdeen Fire Department's John. F. Bender Safety Award.
In the wake of a lengthy BRAC process that has brought more jobs officials with Aberdeen Proving Ground and the county have established the APG-CSSC Transportation Center to assist the installation's 21,000 employees
Dr. Gerald D. Klee, a retired psychiatrist who was an expert with LSD and was involved in its experimentation at several military installations in the late 1950s, died Sunday from complications following surgery at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 86.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
The Harford Community Action Agency and Harford County government are once again spearheading the Harford County part of the annual Harvest for the Hungry Campaign that began Saturday and runs through Saturday, March 9.
The staff at the Aberdeen Post Office flexed a little extra muscle in December, above and beyond its regular holiday rush. Over the course of several days, a team of five employees processed shipments totaling in excess of 1,000 pounds – all postmarked to various military installations overseas
While it is not unexpected for people to be harmed or killed in the line of duty at a test facility because testing military equipment is dangerous, such deaths should never become part of what is expected as a matter of course.
In February, APG Federal Credit Union honored Susan Kemen, senior vice president of consumer lending, with an award presentation for 30 years of dedicated service to the credit union, and Barbara Poff, senior member service operation specialist, with an award presentation for 25 years of service
Construction of the new Northeastern Expressway 50 years ago caused the relocation of Route 24, which resulted in some residents of Emmorton Road having the road in front of their homes torn up and completely mud covered
During a mandatory public hearing Thursday night that drew little community interest, Aberdeen Proving Ground officials explained their proposal not to do any remedial action in an area where 17 small radioactive devices were found between 2009 and 2011.
Harford County, home to a major federal installation in Aberdeen Proving Ground and the massive federal military and civilian workforce that comes with it, is bracing for federal spending cuts – known as sequestration – which could have a ripple effect far beyond Aberdeen.