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Past articles by Bryna:

Juvenile stabbed in Aberdeen Wednesday night

A juvenile was stabbed during an altercation in Aberdeen Wednesday night, the city's police reported. → Read More

New phone app lets visitors track Harford sites used in 'House of Cards'

Fans of "House of Cards" can now track local sites frequented by the stars and film crew during the show on a new app just created by Harford County's tourism agency, Visit Harford! → Read More

Boy who helped rescue mom from 'the worst' traffic accident is honored by Susquehanna Hose Company

"This call was probably by far the worst traffic accident I have seen in my 25 years in firefighting," Susquehanna Hose Company Chief Scott Hurst recalled about one night in August 2015, when Javieliza Segura and her then-8-year-old-son Matthew Hammer were found walking down Route 40 in Havre de Grace. → Read More

Large beaver dam on county-owned land in Perryman draws local ire

Beavers are unmatched in the animal kingdom at being able to alter and control their environment – unless, that is, they run into an environment already controlled by humans. → Read More

Hogan signs legislation extending benefits to children of fallen law enforcement officers

Annapolis – Gov. Larry Hogan signed into law the bill increasing the maximum age that children of law enforcement officers are eligible to receive death benefits on Monday, praising the sons of fallen Harford County Sheriff's Office Senior Deputy Pat Dailey, 20-year-old Bryan and 17-year-old Tyler. → Read More

Historical road marker on Route 7 missing since road construction

Observant drivers along Route 7 in Abingdon may have noticed that a historical marker recognizing an area called Harford Town, or Bush, the one-time Harford County seat, has been missing. → Read More

Arabic writing found on suitcases left near Abingdon Target last week, police say

The investigation into two suitcases left outside the Abingdon Target last week has been turned over to the Maryland Joint Terrorism Task Force, in part because of Arabic writing found on at least one of them, according to the Harford County Sheriff's Office. → Read More

Police await autopsy report following death of Abingdon stabbing victim

Investigators with the Harford County Sheriff's Office are waiting for a final medical examiner's report before deciding whether to bring homicide charges in connection with the death of a 73-year-old man who was stabbed inside his home in late January. → Read More

Havre de Grace 'Decoy Cam' gives 24/7 view of Promenade, Susquehanna Flats

What's the view from Havre de Grace? → Read More

Harford SWAT team arrests man, seizes money, guns and marijuana in Aberdeen

Police seized marijuana, guns, money and drug processing materials and arrested a man in Aberdeen early Thursday morning, the Aberdeen Police Department said. → Read More

Deputies kill 'suicidal' man, 35, after standoff in Bel Air

Harford County Sheriff's deputies shot and killed a 35-year-old man, who was reported to be suicidal, after a standoff in Abingdon that began late Wednesday afternoon, the sheriff's office said in a statement released at about 11 p.m. → Read More

John Carroll seniors say Holocaust survivors' stories offer modern lessons, inspiration

A dozen or so seniors at The John Carroll School in Bel Air sat motionless, transfixed as they listened Tuesday to Howard Kaidanow tell his story, quietly and bluntly, from a chair at the front of the classroom. → Read More

Second day of visitation for Harford Deputy First Class Mark Logsdon to begin at 2 p.m. Friday

A second day of visitation for slain Harford County Sheriff's Office Deputy First Class Mark Logsdon will begin at 2 p.m. Friday and run until 9 p.m. at the Mountain Christian Church New Life Center in Joppa. → Read More

Abingdon Panera Bread reopens Tuesday, first time since fatal shooting of two Harford deputies

On a rainy morning, with overnight ice on streets and sidewalks melting, Panera Bread in Abingdon's Boulevard at Box Hill reopened its doors to customers Tuesday for the first time since a Harford County Sheriff's Office senior deputy was fatally shot inside the restaurant on Feb. 10 and a second was fatally shot nearby a short time later. → Read More

Harford detectives unable to find David Evans after '96 assault

Nineteen years before police say David Brian Evans shot and killed two sheriff's deputies in suburban Harford County, he was wanted for questioning in the shooting of his ex-wife, the Harford County Sheriff's Office said Sunday. → Read More

Detectives 'never able to contact' Evans after 1996 assault on his ex-wife

In the 100 block of Abingdon's Laurentum Parkway, on a New Year's Eve 19 years ago, Harford County Sheriff's deputies found a woman suffering from a gunshot wound in her neck, Sheriff's Office spokesperson Cristie Kahler said Sunday. → Read More

Shoppers shaken when two Harford sheriff's deputies were shot and returned fire at man in Abingdon

Lynn Faulkner and her daughter Sophia were having lunch on a snow day at Panera Bread restaurant in Abingdon Wednesday just before noon when Sophia heard what she thought was glass breaking. → Read More

At crowded Bel Air Gun Show, home and self-defense weapons draw visitors' attention

Firearms dealer Bill Murphy, who runs Talbot Arms, in Sherwood, Talbot County, was a first-time vendor at this weekend's 56th annual Bel Air Gun Show held at the Bel Air Armory, and said he'll definitely be returning. → Read More

Havre de Grace councilwoman wants suggestions for alternate activity on Seafood Festival weekend

Havre de Grace Councilwoman Monica Worrell wants people to suggest ideas for a new city activity to replace the Seafood Festival after the three-decade-old summer event was rejected by the council in December. → Read More

Harford wants to lock in more snow contractors earlier, top Glassman aide says

Harford County wants to improve on the experience from Winter Storm Jonas by locking in snow-related contractors earlier next winter, Director of Administration Billy Boniface told the Harford County Council Tuesday night. → Read More