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  • Report: Fire starter hit fireman with shovel while extinguishing illegal burn

    Report: Fire starter hit fireman with shovel while extinguishing illegal burn
    Here's one way to land yourself in hot water -- and the pokey. Deputies busted Gregory Sean Turner last Friday after he hit a Charlotte County Fire Lieutenant in the helmet while the fire official was trying to put out a fire behind Turner's home,...
  • Letter: Thanks to Susquehanna Hose Company for emergency response

    Editor: Oct. 16, 2 a.m., the Susquehanna Hose Company responded to a fire call at my residence on Red Head Way in Havre de Grace. The volunteer firefighters went above and beyond their call of duty. They mitigated further water sprinkler damage by use...
  • Holiday decorating: Family Handyman offers 10 easy tips for festive looks

    Holiday decorating: Family Handyman offers 10 easy tips for festive looks
    The Family Handyman offers 10 hints and tips that will make your holiday decorating faster, easier, as well as safe and fun! - Holiday light hangers: When hanging holiday lights, try attaching the wires with clothespins. This is a much easier method...
  • Local fire chief completes international professional designation process

    Fire Chief Christopher Scott Hurst of the Susquehanna Hose Company has successfully completed the process that awards him the professional designation of "Chief Fire Officer)." The Commission on Professional Credentialing (CPC) met Nov. 6 to officially...
  • The joy of socks

    The joy of socks
    Dear Answer Angel: I frequently work out at the gym after work. If I wear shorts or capri-length (sorry, but yes I do wear capris at the gym occasionally) workout pants, the "sock marks" from my trouser socks show! Is there any way to eliminate these...
  • Police: Gas grab went 'beyond the simple theft'

    Police: Gas grab went 'beyond the simple theft'
    Riverside police say an arrest this week derailed a sophisticated scheme of stealing gasoline by overriding the pump counter and filling 5-gallon jugs. The investigation began Jan. 20 when a Riverside officer pulled into a 7-Eleven at 26th Street and...
  • Verdugo Views: Album shows Rossmoyne's distant past

    Verdugo Views: Album shows Rossmoyne's distant past
    One day recently, I drove over to the Rossmoyne area to talk to a couple who have lived in their house for many years. They showed me an old album, filled with black-and-white photos of Rossmoyne when some of the houses were still under construction and...
  • Alaska Airlines faces $590,000 fine for wiring problem

     
    Alaska Airlines: The Federal Aviation Administration proposed Friday a $590,000 fine against Alaska Airlines for allegedly operating a passenger jet on more than 2,000 flights under unsafe conditions....
  • Jimmy Johnson???s Big Chill among restaurants cited by inspectors last week

     
    Critical violations of state sanitation and safety laws observed by inspectors at two South Florida restaurants last week prompted the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation to cite them. Jimmy Johnson???s Big Chill Restaurant & Bar,...
  • Alaska fuel delivery: Crews primed to unload at icy journey's end

     
    Alaska fuel delivery: The delivery of fuel to ice-locked Nome, Alaska, is almost complete, with crews from a Russian tanker preparing to unload fuel to the town....
  • Police shootings: Officers' names must be made public, court rules

     
    The names of officers involved in shootings are public information subject to disclosure by law, a California appellate court ruled Tuesday, marking the latest legal opinion in a public records court battle that has embroiled law enforcement and the...