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‘It's the start of a new life'

Joppatowne High bids farewell to class of 2011

Posted 5/31/11 by The Aegis

Seniors say goodbye to Bel Air

Message to Bobcats: 'No one, no one can take away your education'

Posted 5/31/11 by The Aegis

Nine students graduate from John Archer

Assistant principal Gerald Horn announces retirement

Posted 5/31/11 by The Aegis

Harford school board approves new principals, other promotions in late night session

Amid controversy with superintendent, new leaders coming to Fallston, Aberdeen and Joppatowne high schools

Posted 5/27/11 by The Aegis, The Record


Edgewood High joins 'Let's Move' flash mob

Posted 5/11/11 by The Aegis

Protecting Jarrettsville for 81 years

Posted 2/09/11 by The Aegis

When there's an emergency; When lives are on the line in Kingsville

Posted 2/09/11 by The Aegis

Community Action Agency offers tax help

Posted 1/26/11 by The Aegis


event guide

This Week's Events

A sampling of seminars, fundraisers and concerts in Harford County.

May 20

Relay for Life of South Harford County Relay, Patterson Mill High School cafeteria, 85 Patterson Mill Road, Bel Air; 10 p.m., doors open at 9:15 p.m. 12 games. Benefits American Cancer Society. Checks payable to ACS. $10.

May 21

Duck Derby
Valleybrook Country Club, 1810 Valleybrook Drive, Kingsville; noon to 4 p.m. $10 Benefits the American Red Cross of Harford County.Swimming, free face painting, a moon bounce, music and balloons. Food and beverages will be available for purchase.  410-803-2334 or
Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra concert
Bel Air High School; 7:30 p.m., preconcert lecture, 6:45 p.m. Tickets online, at Preston's, and at the door.

May 22

12th Annual Garden Tour
Walk 8 beautiful Harford County Gardens in Abingdon, Churchville, Bel Air, Fallston, and Whiteford; 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Rain or shine. $20. Benefits AMC Cancer Research Fund and the Johns Hopkins Pediatric Oncology Center. 410-734-4808 or
Lantern Queen trip
Lantern Queen; noon to 2:30 p.m. $30 for Federally Employed Women members, $40 for non-FEW members, includes luncheon. Sponsored by the Maryland Tri-County Chapter FEW. Benefits the Dottie Working Women's Scholarship. To attend, 410-278-7348, 410-642-2411, ext 5129, or 410-436-4429.


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State considers removing Patapsco River dam
Marriotts Ridge staffer dies 4 months after car crash
Regional 'educator effectiveness academies' begin at Marriotts Ridge High
Elkridge residents flex muscles in advocating for local causes
At Woodbine horse farm, getting kids involved is an art
Police: Ongoing dispute may have led to teen found shot in Howard Co.
15-year-old boy found shot in Ellicott City
Two-alarm fire burns through home in Columbia
School redistricting could affect 2,800 elementary students

27 Ravens work out at Towson's Johnny Unitas Stadium
Baltimore County attorney, magician arrested in child sex sting in Florida
Superfresh gets bids on a dozen stores
Molotov cocktails found in UMBC student dorm stairwell
Police search for man who robbed gas station, hijacked truck in Hereford area
O'Malley appoints Towson resident to school board
Baltimore County holding meeting to discuss watershed improvement
Essex man charged with murder in stabbing of female roommate
Kenilworth Drive construction begins next week
Catonsville native digs into family roots for feature film

Bureau of Aging to host session on four-year plan
South Carroll Fine Arts League hosts art exhibition
Fresh Start market for WIC Program is July 12
Pool parties designed to help youngsters chill out
Sweet Ambition: Sykesville entrepreneur Pete Truby takes a savory approach to chocolate
O'Malley appoints state redistricting committee
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Westminster man arrested for Main Street bank robbery
Sykesville man sought by Sheriff's Office in assault case
Sheriff's Office arrests Westminster man in stabbing

Robinson Nature Center will be a haven of exhibits, fun, learning
In Elkridge, change means more traffic
Heat alert declared for Howard County
Elkridge woman, 21, dies in car crash on Route 32
Outdoor track: Long Reach's Scott steals show at state meet
Softball: Howard shut out in 3A state championship
Tennis: Howard County comes up empty-handed in state finals
Tennis: Howard County's strongest advance to second day of state tournament
A mother's promise
Late-night arsonist burns Laurel city official's car

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Build-A-Bear Workshop collecting teddy bear stories
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Protect your children from ticks and Lyme disease this summer

Leggett, Montgomery County unions spar over pension costs
Prosecutor in Bethesda slaying describes wild cover-up story
Langley Park man found guilty in '09 murder
Maryland Marine, father, killed in Afghanistan
Maryland trooper shoots man in hand after high-speed chase
Montgomery County school board reclaims farmland - to build soccer fields
In Bethesda homicide case, concern shifts from street crime to workplace violence
Firefighters hurt in Calvert house blaze
Metro to lure bike-to-rail commuters
Montgomery County school board reclaims farmland - to build soccer fields

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Local Gas Prices On The Rise
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Joanna Guy crowned Miss Maryland
High court sides with US in Ariz. immigration case
1 killed in Westminster 2-car crash
4 injured, 2 seriously, in Route 50 crash
Poll: 55% of Marylanders support expanded gambling
Md. Marine killed in combat in Afghanistan
7-alarm Kent Island brush fire consumes acres of forest
2 killed, 2 injured in weekend motorcycle crashes
Residents question why city pools didn't open on Code Red days
Wieters hammers O's past Nats for series win


Md. DNR Seeks Boating Fee Increases
Man Accused Of Showing Gun In Road Rage Act
Man Killed In Baltimore Fire
Catholic Reviews Following Baltimore Archbishops Elevation To Cardinal
BGE Begins Gas Service Restoration To Southwest Baltimore Community
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Mount St. Marys Hoops Coach On Leave
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