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Office Street entrance to Harford courthouse reopens; Courtland side closed until September
News 2 weeks ago
Office Street entrance to Harford courthouse reopens; Courtland side closed until September

Don't miss Orioles players, John Means & Paul Fry, as they guest host at our Brews and O's event! After delays to redesign the ramp and repour...

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Baltimore County Council to vote on contract for Owings Mills drug treatment center
News 3 weeks ago
Baltimore County Council to vote on contract for Owings Mills drug treatment center

Exterior of the Richards Building at the former Rosewood State Hospital campus in 2018. The building will become a 70-bed residential drug...

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Bent Twig Garden Club celebrates beautification of Catonsville post office
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Bent Twig Garden Club celebrates beautification of Catonsville post office

The Catonsville post office on Frederick Road, replete with new gardens. The Bent Twig Garden Club - a group in Catonsville that traces its roots...

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With taxes owed on 273 fewer properties Harford County recoups more than $800,000 in annual tax sale
News 1 month ago
With taxes owed on 273 fewer properties Harford County recoups more than $800,000 in annual tax sale

Harford County Treasurer Robert Sandlass Jr. describes the county tax sale process as he reviews the online auction Tuesday morning for liens...

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Aberdeen residents oppose annexation of 75 acres that could bring 425-plus homes
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Aberdeen residents oppose annexation of 75 acres that could bring 425-plus homes

More traffic, more students and the zoning classification - integrated business district - are concerns to Aberdeen residents living near two...

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After years of trying, Harford moving forward on second access road for Perryman peninsula industrial area
News 1 month ago
After years of trying, Harford moving forward on second access road for Perryman peninsula industrial area

Harford County and Aberdeen Proving Ground signed a memorandum of understanding Monday to build a 1,000-foot section of road, partially through...

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Harford zoning bill could support mixed-use, industrial projects, but community advocates urge caution
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Harford zoning bill could support mixed-use, industrial projects, but community advocates urge caution

A bill being considered by the Harford County Council would allow wood, vinyl and aluminum siding, materials typically used in residential...

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Havre de Grace hosts state leaders for opportunity zone summit, visit to tourist sites
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Havre de Grace hosts state leaders for opportunity zone summit, visit to tourist sites

Maryland Commerce Secretary Kelly Schulz is with, from left, Havre de Grace Director of Administration Patrick Sypolt; Len Parrish, Harford's...

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New toy store on Frederick Road aims to build a 'Better World'
News 1 month ago
New toy store on Frederick Road aims to build a 'Better World'

Last chance to purchase your tickets to Brews and O's! Lisa Swayhoover in her Catonsville toy store, "Better World Imaginarium." Better World...

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Primo Hoagies opening Bel Air restaurant Tuesday
News 1 month ago
Primo Hoagies opening Bel Air restaurant Tuesday

Last chance to purchase your tickets to Brews and O's! Primo Hoagies is opening its second Maryland location in Bel Air Tuesday. Primo Hoagies, a...

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Havre de Grace council will host public hearing on fiscal 2020 budget ordinance Monday
News 1 month ago
Havre de Grace council will host public hearing on fiscal 2020 budget ordinance Monday

Don't miss: 48 hour flash sale on Brews & O's tickets. Use code "BREWS15" for $15 off your ticket. Havre de Grace Mayor William Martin has put...

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Howard Community College appoints former delegate Frank Turner to board of trustees
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Howard Community College appoints former delegate Frank Turner to board of trustees

Howard Community College has appointed Frank Turner, the former longtime Howard County delegate, to its board of trustees. Frank Turner, a former...

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Maryland Legal Aid joins federal lawsuit against Annapolis, HACA
News 1 month ago
Maryland Legal Aid joins federal lawsuit against Annapolis, HACA

Join the Orioles at Brews & O's on June 10th! Don't miss your chance and get tickets today. Kathleen Hughes and Lisa Sarro, attorneys with Maryland...

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Herbert I. Reamer, former owner of Reamer's clothing stores, dies
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Herbert I. Reamer, former owner of Reamer's clothing stores, dies

Don't miss Trey Mancini and Joey Rickard guest bartend at the first Brews & O's event June 10th. Get your tickets today! Herbert I. Reamer was the...

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Shaking it up on Main Street
News 1 month ago
Shaking it up on Main Street

Bianca Vazquez, Reggie Abreu, Ward 1 Council member Valerie Nicholas, Kristen Kane, Billy Grubbs, and Mayor Craig Moe cut the ceremonial ribbon and...

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Greenbury Lark's gravestone is in an Annapolis basement. But where is Greenbury?
News 2 months ago
Greenbury Lark's gravestone is in an Annapolis basement. But where is Greenbury?

Martha Turner was living in a Murray Avenue apartment building when she noticed a gravestone built into its basement in 2013. After reading a story...

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Towson Whole Foods plans detailed at Design Review Panel meeting
News 2 months ago
Towson Whole Foods plans detailed at Design Review Panel meeting

A rendering of Whole Foods, the planned anchor tenant for Towson Row. A planned building anchored by Whole Foods in central Towson will feature a...

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New garden at Howard Community College serves student, community food banks
News 2 months ago
New garden at Howard Community College serves student, community food banks

Baltimore Sun's BEST Party is less than one week away! Get your tickets today. Howard Community College students planted kale and green lettuce...

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Ahead of City Dock meeting, Buckley announces speaker series to launch with former Charleston mayor
News 2 months ago
Ahead of City Dock meeting, Buckley announces speaker series to launch with former Charleston mayor

Baltimore Sun's BEST Party is less than one week away! Get your tickets today. The Pride of Baltimore II arrives at City Dock in Annapolis on a...

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Second apartment complex planned at Route 543/Route 1 intersection in Hickory
News 2 months ago
Second apartment complex planned at Route 543/Route 1 intersection in Hickory

Baltimore Sun's BEST Party is less than one week away! Get your tickets today. Peak Management is proposing to build a five-building, 184-unit...

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Harford community makes it clear Transource power lines are unwanted, unnecessary
News 2 months ago
Harford community makes it clear Transource power lines are unwanted, unnecessary

Ninety-seven-year-old Harold Burton tells members of the Maryland Public Service Commission during a hearing Saturday at North Harford High School...

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Riding high: Maryland Horse Breeders Association farm tour highlights group’s 90th birthday
News 2 months ago
Riding high: Maryland Horse Breeders Association farm tour highlights group’s 90th birthday

Dr. Michael J. Harrison, DVM, is president of the association and owner of Willowdale Farm, and his neighbor, Sabrina Moore, is a board member and...

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Planned 86-unit residential development in Fallston draws criticism
News 2 months ago
Planned 86-unit residential development in Fallston draws criticism

In this 2012 file photo, developer Michael Euler Sr. talks about Aumar Village shopping center in Fallston. Euler is now planning an 86-unit...

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Sprouts Farmers Market in Bel Air to hire 150 employees ahead of July opening
News 2 months ago
Sprouts Farmers Market in Bel Air to hire 150 employees ahead of July opening

Sprouts Farmers Market plans to hire 150 people for its new grocery store in the former hhgregg space in the Tollgate Marketplace shopping center...

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Howard County is highest in Maryland for population growth over eight-year period
News 3 months ago
Howard County is highest in Maryland for population growth over eight-year period

Statewide, Howard County had the largest population growth over the last eight years, according to the U. S. Census Bureau's annual population...

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HCC reflects on National Community College Month: 'We are Howard County’s community college'
News 3 months ago
HCC reflects on National Community College Month: 'We are Howard County’s community college'

April is National Community College Month. Howard Community College has unique offerings for students and the greater community. Even though...

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Harford County Council approves expanding Edgewood/Joppa Enterprise Zone
News 3 months ago
Harford County Council approves expanding Edgewood/Joppa Enterprise Zone

Come celebrate the latest issue of Baltimore At Home at the new Northrop Realty - Ellicott City Members of the community have expressed concern...

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Baltimore County libraries engaging in monthlong discussion of activism with B.C. Reads
News 3 months ago
Baltimore County libraries engaging in monthlong discussion of activism with B.C. Reads

"Positive Post-Its" display at the Catonsville Library. The post-its display is a board on which library visitors can take or leave positive notes...

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Harford Community College to hold 'farmacology' book discussions April 11, 19
News 3 months ago
Harford Community College to hold 'farmacology' book discussions April 11, 19

Sharon Stowers, who led a discussion recently with Churchville farmer Lawrason Sayre, left, and Andy Kness, of the University of Maryland...

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Dunkin' drive-through coming to Bel Air; with full service stores set to open in Churchville and Edgewood
News 3 months ago
Dunkin' drive-through coming to Bel Air; with full service stores set to open in Churchville and Edgewood

This new Dunkin' store, the first such store in Harford County to have only drive-through service, is slated to open in Bel Air in the coming weeks...

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