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Police charged Alexander Bryan Young, 16, as an adult with first- and second-degree assault after he allegedly stabbed his 15-year-old friend on March 8. Authorities say the teen spent the night at Young's house.
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The playground and amphitheater project next to Perry Hall Library has gotten support from Baltimore County officials and now, it has received an additional pledge of assistance from a Harford County organization.
NVS Salon and Spa in Harford County was once again recognized by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce as one of the Top 100 Small Businesses in America for 2014.
A project to improve Moores Mill Road won an award at the Maryland Asphalt Paving Conference this week, according to Harford County Government .
A road in Street was partially shut down Friday night due to a crash, according to Harford County Volunteer Fire & EMS.
Gov. Martin O'Malley says Harford County Public Schools need to feed breakfast to more of their low income students.
A house fire broke out in Aberdeen Friday afternoon, according to Harford County Volunteer Fire & EMS.
The Maryland Transportation Authority has agreed that the cash toll collection lanes will remain at the Route 40 Thomas Hatem Bridge for at least two years, State.
Five businesses in the Route 40 area were each fined $1,000 Wednesday after being found by the Harford County Liquor Control board to have sold alcohol to a minor.
A fuel spill snarled traffic on Interstate 95 Thursday night for motorists headed north near Mountain Road/MD Route 152, officials said.
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Bears were seen in Harford County several times during the summer of 2012 and they could be back in 2014.
The proceeds of the bonds will be used to fund certain capital improvements for general county projects and water and sewer projects.
Delilah Moss, a sixth grade math teacher at the Friendship Academy of Science and Technology in Baltimore, had to start this school year without a computer or projector in her classroom, but was supposed to teach a curriculum that required her to use both.