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Past articles by David:

Harford County venues begin to open for live entertainment as Maryland is in Stage 3 of COVID-19 recovery

The State Theater of Havre de Grace will open Friday with a double feature of the 1997 film “The Fifth Element” and the indie horror picture “Fear of Clowns II. The State is one of a number of entertainment venues in Harford County beginning to hold events indoors as Maryland continues to ease restrictions on gatherings during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

'Be the change’: March and rally in Edgewood honors George Floyd and Harford homicide victims

Participants in the “Momma, I Can’t Breathe!!! Rally” on Sunday in Harford County protested the treatment of George Floyd, an African American man who died last week while in police custody, and pleaded greater investment in Edgewood and better relations between the community and police. → Read More

Harford County Council considering bills to preserve nearly 700 acres of agricultural land

Seven bills, which would put 683 acres into agricultural preservation if approved, are before the Harford County Council. → Read More

Aberdeen Police begin wearing body cameras

The Aberdeen Police Department will begin implementing the use of body-worn cameras starting today. → Read More

State prepares to shift to cashless tolls on Route 40 Hatem Bridge in Harford County

Workers have, in recent weeks, been installing facilities for “cashless tolling” on the Harford County side of the Route 40 Thomas J. Hatem Memorial Bridge between Havre de Grace and Perryville. → Read More

In Jacquelyn Smith's Harford County neighborhood, 'everything appeared picture perfect'

Neighbors in the Holly Woods community near Aberdeen expressed shock that Keith Smith had been charged in his wife's death, → Read More

Harford County Democratic Central Committee calls for Del. Lisanti to resign for racial slur

The Harford Democratic Central Committee voted Saturday to adopt central committee chair Denise Perry’s statement from earlier in the week which recommended that Del. Mary Ann Lisanti resign. → Read More

Community responds after Havre de Grace family is displaced by fire

Donations are coming in steadily for a Havre de Grace family displaced by a fire that happened Sunday morning at their house on Marshall Court. The Susquehanna Hose Company, the city's volunteer fire company, is collecting donations. → Read More

Floodgates open on Conowingo Dam, local authorities report minor flooding near Port Deposit

Conowingo Dam has opened 13 floodgates as Exelon officials deal with high water in Susquehanna River from recent rains; state and county leaders monitor potential for flooding nearby on Route 222 in Cecil County, but the high water isn't related to Hurricane Florence. → Read More

Wreath laying, moment of silence in Bel Air honors 9/11 victims

Harford County Executive Barry Glassman led a wreath laying and moment of silence for the victims of 9/11 Tuesday morning in front of the county administration building in Bel Air, on the 17th anniversary of the terror attacks. → Read More

Police continue search for man who robbed Bel Air bank Wednesday

The Bel Air branch of Harford Bank was robbed Wednesday morning, Bel Air police said, prompting a search for the robber and a lockdown of nearby schools. → Read More

Lozinaks selling their eight McDonald's in Harford, Cecil

Mike Lozinak, who owns eight McDonald's restaurants in Cecil and Harford counties with his family, is selling the franchises and retiring. His parents, Bob and Joan, started the first McDonald's in Harford County nearly 50 years ago. → Read More

Maryland State BBQ Bash for 2018 is Friday and Saturday in Bel Air

Preview of the annual Maryland State BBQ Bash, scheduled for Friday and Saturday in downtown Bel Air. → Read More

Fatal crash in Abingdon neighborhood remains under investigation

An Abingdon woman died after hitting a parked car and two houses in Abingdon Saturday afternoon, the Harford County Sheriff’s Office said. → Read More

Cecil, Harford officials monitoring Susquehanna River flooding risk; Port Deposit issues voluntary evacuation

Weather conditions Wednesday: officials in Cecil and Harford counties monitoring conditions at Conowingo Dam as dam operators open spill gates to handle rising river flow, Harford deals with spate of closed roads, and Harford Farm Fair activities are curtailed for the third day in a row. → Read More

Retired Havre de Grace educator leads teachers in tour of civil rights sites in the South

Dr. William B. Allen, a retired Michigan State professor and dean who lives in Havre de Grace lead a group of 45 teachers on a week-long tour of key sites in the civil rights movement in Atlanta, Alabama, Memphis and Little Rock, Ark. → Read More

New Harford schools superintendent preparing a 'Listen and Learn' tour with school, community leaders

Sean Bulson sits down with The Aegis since taking over as superintendent of Harford County Public Schools at the beginning of July. → Read More

Harford corn crop delayed by spring rain, challenged by summer heat

Harford farmer Zach Rose reports his corn crop was delayed by heavy spring rains, and now it could use some rain at a crucial time in its growth. → Read More

Greek Festival continues today and Sunday in Bel Air

People enjoyed food, music and Greek culture on the first night of the 12th annual Greek Festival at The John Carroll School in Bel Air. The festival, which is put on by the Sts. Mary Magdalene & Markella Greek Orthodox Church in Darlington, continues Saturday and Sunday. → Read More

Black bear struck on I-95 in Harford County Tuesday morning

A black bear was struck and killed by a vehicle along I-95 in Abingdon early Tuesday morning. It can be a common occurrence in Central Maryland as bears move to and fro searching for food and territory. → Read More