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  • College student home for holidays mistakenly arrested

    College student home for holidays mistakenly arrested
    Somewhere in the wide world exists a certain Jawan Johnson, who has a warrant out for his arrest so he can be brought to testify in a Washington burglary case. There also exists a certain Jawon Johnson — with an "O" — a Baltimorean who is...
  • Community is invited to showing of documentary on integration of Baltimore park [Letter]

    Join us at 10 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 8 at Temple Adas Shalom in Havre de Grace for an exclusive showing of "All the King's Horses: The Story of Gwynn Oak Amusement Park." Please invite friends and neighbors, as we will have the unique opportunity to...
  • Light wintry precipitation brings few travel disruptions in Md.

    Light wintry precipitation brings few travel disruptions in Md.
    The tail end of a winter storm brought some sprinkles of sleet and snow to Maryland on Wednesday on top of heavy rains, but few travel disruptions were reported outside of New England despite concerns of chaotic pre-Thanksgiving transportation. State...
  • Havre de Grace Ambulance Corps collecting Toys for Tots

    The Havre de Grace Ambulance Corps, along with the Marine Corps Reserves and the Toys for Tots Foundation, have designated the Havre de Grace Ambulance Corps station as a drop off location. Sought for the holiday drive are new, unwrapped toys and...
  • Harford celebrates the Christmas season

    'Tis the season when all  attention turns toward Christmas – Santa Claus, trees, baking. Dozens of activities are scheduled throughout Harford County, and some of the biggest are back this year. The Town of Bel Air started things off with its...
  • Aid having little impact in Harford [Editorial]

    The recently released results showing how Harford County Public Schools did on the Maryland High School Assessment tests, on the whole, show local public schools are what they've been for many years: very effective. A closer look quickly reveals the...
  • Shopping season hits Harford [editorial]

    Calling the day after Thanksgiving Black Friday, at least according to one explanation, came into being as a business term. Its location on the calendar, coupled with it being a perfect day for people with the day off to do a little shopping, made it...
  • Upcoming events help support Empty Stocking Fund

    The Empty Stocking Fund is still nearly $50,000 short of its goal of $80,000 to help the needy of Harford County this Christmas season. As of Sunday, the fund had received $30,700. Support of The Empty Stocking Fund helps make the dreams of...
  • Boy, 16, charged with setting fire at Aberdeen High

    A 16-year-old male has been charged with setting a fire at Aberdeen High School Tuesday afternoon, according to the State Fire Marshal's Office. About 25 firefighters from Aberdeen, Aberdeen Proving Ground and the Susquehanna Hose Co. in Havre de...
  • A milestone year for Charlie Riley Community Service Scholarship Foundation

    The Charlie Riley Community Service Scholarship Foundation celebrated several milestones at its annual awards ceremony Nov. 13, surpassing the $160,000 and 160 scholarships marks during the past eight years. At this year's banquet the foundation awarded...
  • A second story for the Havre de Grace Library [editorial]

    It's been more than a quarter of a century since the last time plans were in the works for a major upgrade for the Havre de Grace Branch of the Harford County Public Library. Back then, Havre de Grace had fallen on hard times and suffice it to say the...