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From the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, Aug. 31, 1961: Harford County students were preparing to return to school on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 1961. At the time, 17,500 students were registered in the county, attending 28 county schools. Harford Junior...
More than 285,825 Maryland households and businesses remained without power Tuesday morning in the wake of Hurricane Irene, prompting residents and Baltimore's mayor to question the pace of restoration efforts and the governor and utility executives to...
Judging by the questions prospective guests ask when they call her beachfront hotel, some people seem to think that Ocean City got washed away by Hurricane Irene, says longtime employee Carol Dickel. "They're asking, 'Are you still there? Is everything...
A 9-year-old boy was injured Saturday at the Maryland State Fair when he tried get off a small swing ride while it was operating. The incident was the most serious injury this year at the state fair, which ends Monday, said Michael Huber, coordinator...
Tags: Timonium, Injuries and Wounds, Health
What 11-year-old Christa Stargill wanted to do most on the last day of the 2011 Maryland State Fair wasn't to ride the giant slide or to eat an ice cream cone or even to attend an informative discussion about bedbugs. No, what the little girl from...
An article in the Sept. 7, 1961, edition of the Herald Argus and Baltimore Countian reported on a hearing for a man accused of shattering the stillness at the start of a work week. A 49-year-old Westminster man, Henry M. Vehstedt, will be given a hearing...
Tags: Travel, Labor Day, Timonium, Catonsville, Railway Transportation
In Silver Spring, they've been waiting for it for a decade: a brand-new music venue smack in the middle of the arts district — a rock counterpart to the dignified AFI Silver Theatre and the brainy Discovery complex. When the Fillmore Silver...
firstname.lastname@example.orgClear Spring farmer Steven "Steve" Ernst doesn't understand what all the fuss is about. The state of Maryland has recognized him with Excellence in Agricultural Stewardship, as a 2011 Smart Green and Growing Award recipient. "It was a surprise to us,"...
It may be summer but not everyone in North Laurel is relaxing by the pool. The North Laurel 4-H Club still meets monthly and is getting ready for their busy season. They recently held a contest for Healthy Life Style Posters and the winners include; Aaban...
email@example.comEight years of hard work, focus and a strong work ethic have paid off for Shane Heizer, a junior at Smithsburg High School, where he is enrolled in the Agriculture Completer program. Shane joined the Washington County 4-H Livestock Club when he was 8...
Carol DeBaugh of Boonsboro was crowned Ag Expo Queen as the annual weeklong fair got under way Saturday night at the Washington County Agricultural Education Center. Carol, the daughter of Matt and Tammy DeBaugh, will be a sophomore this year at...
Live horse racing is back after the Maryland Racing Commission approved racing dates for both the Timonium Fair Grounds race track and Laurel Park on Friday. Timonium will open for the Maryland State Fair meet Aug. 26, which will be the first live racing...
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