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  1. High levels of fecal bacteria found in Harford streams for second yearRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun

    The level of pollution from fecal bacteria in some Harford County streams, including Deer Creek, above, continues to exceed federal safety standards after rainstorms, according to water qualty samples taken in a monitoring program conducted this summer and last through the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. The level of pollution from fecal bacteria in some Harford County streams, including Deer Creek, above, continues to exceed federal safety standards after rainstorms, according to water qualty samples taken in a monitoring program conducted this summer and last through the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.

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  2. Aberdeen water may have odd taste and smell, but it's safe to drink, city officials sayRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun

    City officials say Aberdeen's drinking water meets all standards and is safe, despite some reports of a musty odor which they attribute to treated water the city purchases from Harford County, whose Abingdon treatment plant, above, is one of the sources. City officials say Aberdeen's drinking water meets all standards and is safe, despite some reports of a musty odor which they attribute to treated water the city purchases from Harford County, whose Abingdon treatment plant, above, is one of the sources.

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  3. Major overhaul of Aberdeen's train station desirable but not easily done, mayor and senator sayRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun

    Aberdeen city officials and State Sen. Robert Cassilly agree that the outdated Aberdeen Amtrak/MARC station needs major upgrades, but with funding sources in question, they also say such improvements likely will be a long time coming. Aberdeen city officials and State Sen. Robert Cassilly agree that the outdated Aberdeen Amtrak/MARC station needs major upgrades, but with funding sources in question, they also say such improvements likely will be a long time coming.

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  4. Four juveniles charged in connection with Aberdeen playground fireRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun

    Four juveniles have been charged in connection with a fire on Aug. 18 that extensively damaged a playground at Aberdeen's Victory Street Park. The arrests and charges were announced Thursday night by the Office of the State Fire Marshal, which investigated the fire with the Aberdeen Police Department.

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  5. As Harford students start a new year, Havre de Grace Elementary celebrates 1950s styleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Baltimore Sun

    Harford County students headed back to classes Thursday morning as the 2016-17 year got underway for more than 38,000 kids. It was back to school for another year for more than 37,000 Harford County Public Schools students on Thursday morning, as well as for those who attend many of the local private schools.

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  6. Fire damages Edgewood townhouse, two cats perishRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Baltimore Sun

    No one was injured during the fire in an end-of-group, two-story house in the 600 block of Harrpark Court; however, two pet cats died, according to the Maryland State Fire Marshal's Office. According to the Fire Marshal's Office notice of investigation, the homeowner, identified as Raymond Anstine, was working in his yard when he discovered the fire around 1:50 p.m. Investigators are getting solid information about a fire that caused more than $80,000 worth of damage to the playground at Victory Park in Aberdeen last week, as city and community leaders work to rebuild.

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  7. Aberdeen Middle opens new year with a school resource officer on campusRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Baltimore Sun

    With the start of the 2016-17 school year in Harford County on Thursday, Aberdeen Middle has a full-time school resource officer assigned to the school for the first time. The SRO is a member of the Aberdeen Police Department and has been working at the school during the summer vacation, Chief Henry Trabert said.

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  8. Aberdeen playground fire probe continues, as community and city make plans to rebuildRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Baltimore Sun

    Investigators are getting solid information about a fire that caused more than $80,000 worth of damage to the playground at Victory Park in Aberdeen last week, as city and community leaders work to rebuild. Police Chief Henry Trabert said the community has stepped forward and provided investigators with some promising leads about the fire that police and fire officials think was intentionally set.

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  9. Aberdeen Police launch 'PACK' campaign to help city's kids be prepared for schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 23 | The Baltimore Sun

    Aberdeen Mayor Patrick McGrady, left, Police Chief Henry Trabert and Darlene Robertson stand with a new backpack filled with school supplies that Robertson donated to the police department's new "PACK" campaign to collect donations of essential school supplies for city children. Aberdeen Mayor Patrick McGrady, left, Police Chief Henry Trabert and Darlene Robertson stand with a new backpack filled with school supplies that Robertson donated to the police department's new "PACK" campaign to collect donations of essential school supplies for city children.

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  10. Some scenes from the 53rd Havre de Grace Art ShowRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 20 | The Baltimore Sun

    Nine-year-old Charlie Slentz, of Aberdeen, sits by his art as he participates in his third Havre de Grace Art Show at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace on Saturday, Aug. 20. Nine-year-old Charlie Slentz, of Aberdeen, sits by his art as he participates in his third Havre de Grace Art Show at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace on Saturday, Aug. 20. Rebecca Slentz, of Aberdeen, shows her pride in Cherlie, her nine-year-old son, with an embrace as he participates in his third Havre de Grace Art Show Aug. 20. Rebecca Slentz, of Aberdeen, shows her pride in Cherlie, her nine-year-old son, with an embrace as he participates in his third Havre de Grace Art Show Aug. 20. Pictures from the annual Havre de Grace Art Show at Tydings Park in Havre de Grace on Saturday, Aug. 20.

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  11. Harford County preparing to transfer old school building to City of Aberdeen for $1Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 20 | The Baltimore Sun

    A resolution has been introduced to the Harford County Council to permit the transfer of the former school building on Route 40 in Aberdeen to the city for $1. The resolution will have a public hearing Sept.

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  12. Harford exec wants to get rid of county-owned property in Joppa, Havre de GraceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | The Baltimore Sun

    Harford County Executive Barry Glassman is moving to unwind two controversial property acquisitions - one in Joppa, the other in Havre de Grace - made by his predecessor. Glassman's administration introduced resolutions to the Harford County Council Tuesday night to declare surplus a property in the 600 block of Water Street in Havre de Grace and one on Route 7 in Joppa, the latter known as the Plecker property. 1 comment

  13. Arson suspected in Aberdeen playground fire; city offers $500 rewardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 18 | The Baltimore Sun

    More than $80,000 worth of playground equipment was destroyed during a suspected arson fire at Victory Street Park in Aberdeen Thursday. More than $80,000 worth of playground equipment was destroyed during a suspected arson fire at Victory Street Park in Aberdeen Thursday.

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  14. Erica Harris named new principal for alternative education program in AberdeenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 18 | The Baltimore Sun

    Erica M. Harris, previously an assistant principal at Bel Air High School, has been named principal of the alternative education program at the Center for Educational Opportunity in Aberdeen. The Harford County Board of Education approved Harris' appointment as the CEO principal during Monday evening's board meeting.

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  15. Fire from leaking propane damages Joppa house Monday; stolen Z28 set on fire in AberdeenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 15 | The Baltimore Sun

    A fire that investigators say was caused by leaking propane from a grill being ignited by an electrical outlet, extensively damaged a deck behind a Joppa home early Monday morning. Firefighters from the Joppa-Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company and other area companies responded to the 400 block of Foster Branch Road shortly after 5 a.m., after the occupant of the home reported the fire.

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  16. St. Bernard rescued after falling 30 feet into Perryman well SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 14 | The Baltimore Sun

    A St. Bernard named Mabel fell into a Perryman well Sunday evening and was rescued by firefighters. She did not appear to have sustained serious injury.

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  17. Two hit by car in Aberdeen; one shot, one stabbed in EdgewoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 12 | The Baltimore Sun

    The Harford County Sheriff's Office said it was investigating separate incidents in Edgewood and Aberdeen Friday night that happened within a half hour of each other and left four people injured. Around 9:50 p.m., a 3-year-old girl and her pregnant mother were hit by a car on Atlas Cedar Way, in a neighborhood off of Route 7 in the Aberdeen area, according to Kyle Andersen, spokesperson for the sheriff's office.

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  18. Summer meals come to Harford County school children through mobile meals programRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 12 | The Baltimore Sun

    An average of 275 children per day get meals during the summer through Harford County Public Schools' mobile meals program. An average of 275 children per day get meals during the summer through Harford County Public Schools' mobile meals program.

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  19. Harford opens library cooling centers Thursday, Friday and SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 11 | The Baltimore Sun

    With the heat index expected to reach 105 degrees over the next few days, the Harford County Department of Emergency Services, in cooperation with Harford County Public Library and the Harford County Health Department, announced cooling centers will be offered at all library branches during normal business hours Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Aug.11-13. The National Weather Service is forecasting hot, humid weather across the region for the next three days, with high temperatures in the Bel Air area expected to range between 90 and 95 degrees.

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  20. Aberdeen mayor, councilman cite 'philosophical difference'...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 11 | The Baltimore Sun

    Expansion of the Frito-Lay snack food plant in Aberdeen will be aided by a $1 million state grant. Aberdeen's mayor and one of the city council members say they are opposed to government financial to specific businesses.

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