Wakefern Food Corp., which owns and operates 11 ShopRite stores in Maryland, including five in Harford County, has recalled several Wholesome Pantry brand organic nut butters because they may have been contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
Many in Harford County and beyond are mourning Monday’s death of Andrew Klein, president of Klein’s Family Markets. He was one of two people killed in a fiery crash on Route 24 near Ring Factory Road around 7 a.m.
After nearly 25 years leading the board that manages Harford County's two hospitals, Dr. Roger Schneider has stepped aside to concentrate on his "first love," medicine, and to make way for new blood in the leadership ranks.
On behalf of the Town of Bel Air and the Bel Air Downtown Alliance, I would like to thank the citizens of greater Bel Air for their attendance and enthusiasm at the Sunday, December 3, 2017, Town of Bel Air Christmas Parade and Celebration.
Harford County parents and caregivers are invited to join in the county’s second annual Night of Conversation on Wednesday, Nov. 15, by having dinner with their families and talking with their children about the dangers of drugs and alcohol.
A planned expansion and renovation of the Harford Jewish Center near Havre de Grace has received a green light from a county zoning hearing examiner, which one of the congregation's leaders says should hopefully get the $1 million project back on track.
ShopRite is expanding its locally grown products to include farm-raised beef, seafood, flowers, fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, honey, craft beer and roasted coffees, the grocer said Tuesday.
Maryland is one of seven states chosen by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to participate in a two-year pilot program that will allow food stamp recipients to buy groceries online for the first time.
On behalf of the Town of Bel Air and the Bel Air Downtown Alliance, I would like to thank the citizens of greater Bel Air for their attendance and enthusiasm at the Sunday, December 4, 2016, Town of Bel Air Christmas Parade and Celebration.
On Wednesday, Nov. 16, Harford County parents and caregivers are invited to "feed awareness" by having dinner with their families and talking to their children about the dangers of drugs and alcohol during the first "Night of Conversation" for families with children in pre-school through high school.
Endcaps were being stocked, the standalone refrigerators were being filled and frozen fish was being put in the cases – employees have been busy all weekend preparing for Wednesday's early morning opening of Safeway in Brierhill Shopping Center, which has been closed for 10 months. It's been a long process to re-open the store that closed Jan. 23 after the roof collapsed under 30-plus inches of snow.
Klein's ShopRite held its eighth annual Celebrity Bagging for Hunger Wednesday afternoon at the company's Forest Hill location, and used the event as a backdrop to announce nearly $10 million in renovations will be done to the store in the next year.
Shirley S. Klein, a Harford County philanthropist and retired businesswoman, died Monday. A longtime resident of Forest Hill, Mrs. Klein was the matriarch of the family that established and owns the Klein's ShopRite supermarkets throughout Harford County and elsewhere in the Baltimore region.
Shirley S. Klein, a Harford County philanthropist and retired businesswoman, died Monday. A longtime resident of Forest Hill, Mrs. Klein, was the matriarch of the family that established and owns the Klein's ShopRite supermarkets throughout Harford County and elsewhere in the Baltimore region.
Maurice Braham was one of three men killed in Baltimore Thursday night, and is one of 12 killed since Sunday in an uptick of killings across the city. As Braham was gunned down, a group had gathered on the block to mourn the loss of 24-year-old Carlos Younger, 24, who was shot in the back Tuesday night.
At nine other partner programs on the East Coast, lacrosse is seen as the master key that can unlock athletic potential, academic improvement and behavioral stability. Program director Jenny Michael pointed to the "cyclical effect" of involvement: When students get invested in the program, their grades go up. When their grades go up, they're more likely to do the work they must to prosper.
No flakes have fallen yet, but the potential for a major winter storm that could drop up to 1 to 2 feet of snow on the Northeastern U.S. this weekend means Harford County residents are making a mad dash to stock up on food and equipment to clear snow.
Every week during the school year, 78-year-old Sandie Nagel of Pikesville leads a volunteer team that provides food-filled backpacks for some of the 3,000 homeless students enrolled in Baltimore schools.
Former Harford County elected officials and business leaders remember the late Maryland Gov. Marvin Mandel, who died Sunday at the age of 95, as a leader who supported a number of local projects that still benefit Harford County today.
We have a long way to go before we achieve health care equity in Baltimore. We can take a big step forward by investing in solutions to address the critical issue of food access. Let's work together to level the playing field so that all of our citizens can have the opportunity to live long and healthy lives.
As thousands of people head to Las Vegas this week for one of the real estate industry's premier events, Baltimore's political and business leaders said they plan to court national chains and investment prospects with the same playbook they use every year.
Here in the Baltimore region, there are food shopping options for everyone. Big box chains are everywhere (except perhaps the inner city, where they are sorely needed) — Safeway, ShopRite, Weis, SuperFresh, and Giant, once locally owned, but now an international conglomerate. But none is bigger, and many would argue, better, than Wegmans. I know people who spend entire days there.
As Walmart moves forward with reinvigorated plans for a Bel Air store, residents of Bel Air South have ramped up efforts to follow the big-box project's progress through Harford County's development process.
"You are the last generation to hear of our suffering and the miracles by which we survived the Holocaust," Halina Silber told a rapt audience of mostly-teenage faces in The John Carroll School's auditorium Tuesday morning.
Gubernatorial Republican candidate Larry Hogan visited Harford County in advance of the general election. Hogan visited various businesses and spoke to customers along Main Street in Bel Air. He also spoke with voters at the McFaul Center where early voting was taking place and he made an appearance at the Havre de Grace Halloween parade.