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Upper Chesapeake Medical Center will be able to pay Harford County $4,300 annually in lieu of taxes so it can build a major power generator under a deal the Harford County Council approved Tuesday night.
With a week to go before Christmas, the Empty Stocking Fund continues to close in on its fund-raising goal for 2013, while its volunteers are busy preparing to make the holiday season a little cheerier for Harford County's less fortunate children, families and senior citizens.
The moment Fred and Kimberly Clark have waited for since planting firs, pines and other evergreens eight years ago finally arrived earlier this month.
The Saks Inc. distribution warehouse in Aberdeen will soon begin integrating Lord & Taylor merchandise into its operations and add merchandise returns for both stores, Harford County Economic Development Director James C. Richardson said.
Linda Aaby and Adam Malat of The Aegis hold a certificate from SARC in Harford County thanking The Aegis thanking them for its sponsorship at the 4th Annual Rising Above It Hot Air Balloon Festival Weekend.
Harford County's interim school superintendent will introduce a recommended budget for next school year on Monday that calls for a $33 million increase in county funding.
Harford County Department of Community Services - Office on Aging employee Janet Wright has been named the Harford County Employee of the Month for December.
A White Hall man and his father have been accused of keeping firefighters from getting to a large field fire on their farm during a Dec. 3 incident, according to court charging documents.
One of the many cool things about Charm City is that you can be in the heart of downtown and within a 30-minute drive, be in the heart of the country.
Icy conditions were reported on several Harford County roads overnight Sunday and were likely to continue into the early morning hours of Monday, the Harford County Department of Emergency Services warned.
The snow came down steadily for several hours Saturday afternoon, giving Bel Air area roads a fresh, but fairly light, coating of snow that also dusted roofs, evergreen trees and road signs.
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Peering into his tripod-mounted Swarovski scope, Hal Wierenga tries to explain why he's out in the cold along the Magothy River, searching for a big white bird that might never appear.
On Dec. 14 and 15, all activities slated to take place in school facilities or sponsored by schools were called off.