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  • Police: Firefighter Charged with Stealing from Joplin Tornado Victims Stole Garden Hose, Gas Powered Trimmer, Chainsaw

    Police: Firefighter Charged with Stealing from Joplin Tornado Victims Stole Garden Hose, Gas Powered Trimmer, Chainsaw
    A firefighter from Kansas is charged with stealing from tornado victims. Matthew W. Page, 25, of Baxter Springs is accused of stealing $245.44 worth of items from the Home Depot. Police say Page and another firefighter were assisting in recovery efforts...
  • Frightful storm scared woman to death in 1911

    Frightful storm scared woman to death in 1911
    An article in the July 29, 1911 edition of The Argus reported fear of an impending storm may have caused the death of a woman traveling with her son. Hastening home with her little boy to escape the storm Friday evening of last week, Mrs. Uriah Guy,...
  • Scout gives Children's Hospital a therapy garden

    Scout gives Children's Hospital a therapy garden
    Mary Miller, 9, carefully pulls on lavender, Dora Explorer gardening gloves. Pink trim on the gloves matches pink ribbons in her hair. "Where do your fingers go?" says Maggie Jarvela. She is Mary's occupational therapist at the Children's Hospital of the...
  • How to make a sprinkler out of soda bottle

    How to make a sprinkler out of soda bottle
    This project uses cheap items such a plastic 2-liter soda bottle, a garden hose and duct tape to make an inexpensive sprinkler. You can use the sprinkler as a water toy for kids or to water plants and flowers. Using an empty 2-liter soda bottle, remove...
  • Men of Harford 2011: Scott Hurst

    Men of Harford 2011: Scott Hurst
    When Scott Hurst originally joined the Susquehanna Hose Company in Havre de Grace as a teenager back in 1991, he simply wanted to be part of a stellar softball team. “Initially I joined because I wanted to play softball and the fire department had a...
  • Fire destroys Palatine townhouse

    Fire destroys Palatine townhouse
    Crews from multiple departments helped Palatine firefighters battle a blaze that destroyed a 2-story townhouse in the northwest suburb today, but no injuries were reported. Firefighters responded at 10:27 a.m. to the alarm on the 1100 block of Parkside...
  • Bad Dad: No such thing as free coffee or a free lizard

    Bad Dad: No such thing as free coffee or a free lizard
    Considering the number of different creatures that have taken up residency in our home over the years, I'm strongly considering contacting the Discovery Channel to see if we could star in our own reality show. We have owned a bulldog, a couple of betta...
  • Hookah use up sharply in California

    Hookah use up sharply in California
    Hookah use is establishing roots in the strongly anti-tobacco state of California, says a new study, with usage rates increasing more than 40% over a few years. Hookah involves smoking from a water pipe and hose. Specially made tobacco, often flavored, ...
  • Getting a ducky start to the new year

    The illuminated duck will drop over Havre de Grace, Saturday, Dec. 31, with fireworks on the Havre de Grace Middle School grounds on Lewis Lane. Thank you Susquehanna Hose Company volunteers for continuing this tradition in Havre de Grace. Happy New Year...
  • And a Happy New Duck to you, too!

    With the coming of each new year, many people get predictably festive and offer "Happy New Year" salutations to everyone they encounter. In Havre de Grace, folks have real reasons to be festive, not the least of which is the annual New Year's Eve Duck...
  • Love, disease and a killing

    Love, disease and a killing
    A series of heavy doors slid open, one by one, at the Pima County Jail. And finally I was sitting with 53-year-old Sanford "Sandy" Garfinkel, who had just been sentenced to 16 years in prison for killing his terminally ill wife by holding a pillow over...