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  • Prescription Drug Take Back Day in Harford Saturday

    Harford County's next Prescription Drug Take Back Day will be Saturday, Oct. 26, at three locations around the county. The Office of Drug Control Policy within the Department of Community Services offers prescription drug take back days, when...
  • Immigration: Don't trust the Democrats

     Immigration: Don't trust the Democrats
    The headline over The Sun's recent editorial regarding immigration asks, "Can GOP compromise on immigration?" (Oct. 29) Why should they? In 1986, President Ronald Reagan believed the Democratic Congress when they promised that if he signed the...
  • Empty Stocking Fund collecting toys, money to help less fortunate

    The annual push is on to fill The Empty Stocking Fund to help the less fortunate families of Harford County. The goal again this year is $80,000; as of Monday, donations received totaled $23,970, so there's still a long way to go to fill it. Recent...
  • Lumber stolen in Havre de Grace [Police blotter]

    Aberdeen James Dewall Gentry, 44, of the 700 block of Gilbert Road, was charged Tuesday with forgery, theft les than $1,000 and issuing a false document. Brian Keith Knechtle, 27, of the 100 block of Darlington Avenue, was charged last Friday with...
  • Obama's health care lies are shameful

     Obama's health care lies are shameful
    The Sun's editorial, "The canceled policies" (Oct. 31), completely ignores the real reason for the Republicans' "outrage, indignation and venom." It is not about the Affordable Care Act's written policy as the editorial opines, it is about President...
  • College athletes should not be paid

     College athletes should not be paid
    In "A new day for athletes" (Oct. 30), Paul Marx demonstrates an embarrassing lack of knowledge and research about his subject. The graduation rate by 2011 for all freshmen entering at all U.S. colleges and universities in 2005 was 59 percent, 61...
  • A little communication would have been helpful [editorial]

    Hidden amid the public safety infrastructure of many large buildings, public and private, and largely unknown to the general public are water flow alarms. Hooked into the water supplies of buildings, they're triggered to send an automatic alarm signal 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...
  • Little League registration continues in HdG

    Havre de Grace Little League is holding registrations for baseball and softball for one more time this month and twice more in February at Stancill Park. Little League offers T-Ball, baseball and softball for boys and girls ages 4 to 16 from...
  • Harford libraries available as warming centers

    With high temperatures in the single digits and a wind chill below zero for much of Tuesday, the Harford County Department of Emergency Services, in cooperation with Harford County Public Library, will use libraries as warming centers until the cold...
  • 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...