Ralph Lincoln Klein, founder of the nine-store Klein's ShopRite of Maryland supermarket chain and a major philanthropist in his native Harford County, died Saturday, Nov. 22, at the Hooper House Hospice in Forest Hill. He was 88.
The city re-launched its Virtual Supermarket Program with two sites in Cherry Hill this month through the ShopRite of Glen Burnie, operated by Collins Family Markets. People can place orders and pick up their groceries from the Cherry Hill branch of the Enoch Pratt library and Cherry Hill Senior Manor apartments.
G. Edward and Kathy Fielder of the Bel Air area are in their second year of selling their popular homemade jams, jellies, salsas and hot sauces at the Bel Air Farmers' Market, and they have branched out this year to sell their award-winning products at markets in White Marsh and Towson.
With most of the school year gone, it seems as if the Bel Air Elementary School community has finally adapted, improvised and overcome. Here's how the process has developed, rather successfully, in the past few weeks
Campus Hills Community Association held an official tree-lighting, Assistance Center of Towson Churches' West Towson Elementary School is sponsoring a toy drive, Calvert Hall College High School students were recognized recently for their musical talents.
The 23,000 civilians, contractors and members of uniformed military who work at Aberdeen Proving Ground were preparing Monday for the possibility of a federal government shutdown on Tuesday that is likely to have an impact well beyond the boundaries of the huge Harford County military installation.
The City of Aberdeen's Ethics Commission and city Mayor Mike Bennett are getting ready for a May 17 court hearing over the commission's November 2011 "admonishment" of Bennett's trip to Augusta, Ga., taken at the behest of Ripken Baseball.
All of Harford County was virtually shut down Monday morning, as residents braced for the worst of the powerful Hurricane Sandy, which was moving ever closer to making landfall on the coast between Maryland and New Jersey.
Harford County government continued to ramp up its preparations for Hurricane Sandy on Sunday, advising residents of the city of Havre de Grace to consider evacuating their homes in anticipation of the tropical storm's landfall in the region, now expected sometime Monday. The county also announced a public shelter will be open to provide temporary housing starting at 7 p.m. Sunday at Patterson Mill High School, 85 Patterson Mill Road, in Bel Air. Public schools and county offices will be closed
By AEGIS STAFF and BALTIMORE SUN MEDIA GROUP REPORTS
With the future of its top leadership uncertain, the directors of the Baltimore Development Corp., the city's influential, quasi-public economic development arm, met Thursday — the first time in 16 years that M.J. "Jay" Brodie was not in charge.