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  • HondaVac vs. DustBuster: Testing Odyssey's van vacuum

    HondaVac vs. DustBuster: Testing Odyssey's van vacuum
    Kids are not tidy. My family spends much of the weekend on the road, logging lots of miles and meals in the car — add a 3-year-old to the mix and you can guarantee a mess or two. Each Sunday we return with a little more than we left with, usually...
  • 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...
  • Use a little elbow grease to welcome spring

    Use a little elbow grease to welcome spring
    What kind of regular maintenance should I do to prepare my home for spring? Jim Embe, Baltimore district manager for Home Depot, suggests these spring chores for around the home. •Now is the time to put down lawn fertilizer and pre-emergent...
  • Extra-alarm fire ignited by space heater

    Extra-alarm fire ignited by space heater
    An extra-alarm fire caused by a space heater broke out in the Back of the Yards neighborhood Monday night, according to authorities. The fire started after 10 p.m. in the 5200 block of South Lowe Avenue when a curtain next to a space heater caught fire,...
  • Fire tax hardly a burning need in Harford [Editorial]

    Before Harford County entertains even a notion of levying a fire tax to support the local volunteer fire and ambulance service, the citizens need to have full access to the local fire company books. During a recent meeting of a county government...
  • Fatal Santa Ana fire: Neighbor tried to help, but 'it was too late'

    Fatal Santa Ana fire: Neighbor tried to help, but 'it was too late'
    A neighbor of a Santa Ana group assisted living home where a fire killed two people Wednesday said he tried to retrieve a water hose to help douse the flames, but by the time he returned "it was too late." Hugo Montes, who lives two houses down from the...
  • Fatal Santa Ana fire: Caregiver tried to save disabled residents

    Fatal Santa Ana fire: Caregiver tried to save disabled residents
    A 71-year-old woman who cared for five mentally impaired adults in a Santa Ana group home scrambled to help them Wednesday morning after a smoke alarm warned her the house was on fire, fire officials said. The caregiver of the four-bedroom group home at...
  • Jan. 18 Duck Dunk will raise funds for Havre de Grace fire company

    It's time to get cold to help Havre de Grace to keep from burning. The third annual Susquehanna Hose Company Duck Dunk, a fundraising event with the look and feel of a Polar Bear Plunge, is planned for 8 to 10 a.m. this Saturday, Jan. 18, at the Havre de...
  • 'Voluntary' efforts not strong enough to combat California's drought

    California is officially in a drought. This is state's driest year on record, and the National Weather said this week that the dry conditions will persist or get worse through April — meaning the rainy season won't be rainy. Gov. Jerry Brown...
  • Nudity and other water-saving tips for California's epochal drought

    If you’re not at least a little panicky, then you’re not paying attention. California is in a state of slow-moving emergency. The governor, Jerry Brown, made it official last week: Rainfall is pitiable, snowpack and reservoir levels...