Former city police officer Milan "Sonny" Shegan passed away April 26, 2013, at his home in Trout Creek, Mich. April 26, 2013. Originally from McKeesport, Pa., Pennsylvania, and a veteran of the Marine Corps, he served as a sworn officer in the police departments of Forest Heights, Bladensburg and, finally, Laurel.
The Bel Air Board of Town Commissioners voted Monday to adopt a $15,075,295 budget for the 2014 fiscal year and also agreed to borrow over $750,000 for parking garage improvements and studies of the town's sewer system. Monday night's town meeting was also the annual presentation of winners of the Historic Preservation Commission's annual school poster contest.
The Harford County Public Library Foundation hosted a crowd of nearly 200 guests on Friday, April 19 for its annual A Night Out @ the Library fundraiser. Attendees enjoyed lite fare, cocktails and the opportunity to hear and meet renowned military history author Jeff Shaara
The Target opening this fall in Canton at one of the city's largest new retail developments will be joined by a Harris Teeter grocery store and a lineup of tenants including Old Navy, Michaels, Loft, ULTA Beauty and Red Robin Gourmet Burgers.
Maryland's gain of about 22,000 jobs in 2012 is the smallest annual increase since the recession, underscoring the challenges facing the state in a year dominated by the federal budget and the collapse of a major employer.
The experts are in agreement: the threat of automatic spending cuts by the federal government caused companies to press the pause button on real estate expansion in the Baltimore region during the third quarter.
Harford County Executive David R. Craig, accompanied by James Richardson, director of the Office of Economic Development and members of his team, took time to recognize more than a dozen businesses during Business Appreciation Week, Sept. 17 – 21.
Every year educators spend hundreds to thousands of dollars of their own money to provide school supplies for students. For the past seven years, the Greater Excellence in Education Foundation, or GEEF, has worked with area businesses to set up school supply donation sites for its Tools for Schools program.
Aberdeen Proving Ground Federal Credit Union [APGFCU], Harford and Cecil counties' largest credit union, is proud to announce that Elaine D. Smith has joined the credit union's team as manager of its Bel Air branch
As Journey Stories comes to a close, I would like to thank the Harford County community for its support and participation as we explored our heritage and enjoyed the Smithsonian Exhibit at the Abingdon Library.
Since early February, Gaia, a 23-year-old MICA graduate, has been living and breathing Open Walls Baltimore, a series of public art projects covering everything from an abandoned fried chicken restaurant to a bustling parking garage to the sides of modest East Baltimore row homes.
Police in Anne Arundel County are seeking help finding a man who robbed a PNC Bank branch on Fort Meade Road in Laurel. Police said he walked into the bank about 5:30 p.m. on May 3 and handed a teller a note demanding money and threatening to unleash a chemical weapon.
The are literally hundreds of details that have be confirmed, ironed out, sorted through and resolved before the 45th annual Towsontown Spring Festival hits the streets, Saturday and Sunday, May 5-6, in downtown Towson.
The Laurel Department of Public Works will offer electronics recycling and paper shredding, for city residents and local businesses only, Saturday, April 14 from 8 a.m. to noon, at the city's Public Works facility, 305-307 First St., off Route 1.