The Fallston High School student who allegedly pricked more than a dozen classmates Thursday with a lancet was charged Friday with assault, police said. Harford County Sheriff's Office deputies met with the Office of the State's Attorney for Harford County Friday to review the information from the incident at Fallston High Tuesday morning, according to Kyle Andersen, spokesperson for the sheriff's office.
Nearly one year after being ambushed around 3 a.m. and surviving a shotgun blast to his face that cost him most of the sight in his left eye, Aberdeen Police Officer Jason Easton, his family, his doctors and police chief remain optimistic that one day he might return to duty.
In a court action filed Friday, Schuette echoes arguments made for President-elect Donald Trump, arguing Green Party candidate Jill Stein, who received just over 1% of the vote in Michigan, is not an "aggrieved" candidate entitled to a recount, and there isn't time to complete a recount, even if Stein was entitled to one.
Watch as Mike Milken, co-founder of the Milken Family Foundation, surprises Dennison with Maryland's 2016-17 Milken Educator Award and a $25,000 check, making it a day Dennison will remember for the rest of his career. Havre de Grace Elementary School fifth grade teacher Thomas Dennison, left, snaps a selfie with Havre de Grace Elementary School Principal Ron Wooden after Dennison was named a $25,000 Milken Award winner Thursday morning.
Hardy Myers, a lawyer who became a politician in the Oregon Legislature in his 30s and rose to the position of House speaker, and then was elected state attorney general three times, has died at age 77. He was remembered for defending Oregon's physician-assisted suicide law, a case that reached the U.S. Supreme Court, with Myers' Senior Assistant Attorney General Robert Atkinson successfully arguing the case in 2005.
Simply put, the Aberdeen area solar farm is a supplemental energy source that's also saving money. Harford County government, one of several customers benefiting from the solar field in Perryman, receives up to 2.7 megawatts to help power the nearby Sod Run Wastewater Treatment Plant. That is less than 10 percent of the 38 megawatts the solar field can generate.
Brad's Christmas Light Show is returning for its fourth year and is saying "Let Us Light Up Your Christmas" more than ever. Paulsen said the "catchy" music playlist for the 30-minute show includes: "Feeling Like Christmas," "Because It's Christmas," "Christmas Time With You," "Oh Holy Night mix," "Jingle Bells" and more.
In addition to merchants' open houses on Saturday, the Delta Area Community Senior Center has its crafts show and food sales, the John S. Murphy Post 7130 Ladies Auxiliary holds a Chinese auction, Mason-Dixon Community Services hosts visitors, Delta-Cardiff Volunteer Fire Company has "Christmas at the Firehouse," Delta Discount hosts "Christmas in the Basement," the Delta-Peach Bottom Elementary PTA offers Santa's Workshop and the Whiteford Library presents a family movie marathon.
Ronald C. Wooden, principal of Havre de Grace Elementary School, suspects he was a victim of a hacking when a politically and racially charged post appeared on his personal Facebook page following the Nov. 8 election of Republican billionaire Donald Trump as president. The author of the post stated he or she would not bash Trump, but derided the president-elect's supporters as racist, sexist and ignorant, said anyone who thinks the U.S. is a democracy is "foolish" and stated America is "the laughing stock around the world today."
It was a grim Thanksgiving holiday weekend for police and families in Harford County, as five people died from heroin overdoses between last Wednesday and Sunday. It's not a matter of if, but when, carfentanil, a relatively new synthetic opioid, makes its way into the heroin addicts in Harford County use, both law enforcement and county public health officials have acknowledged.
The Town of Bel Air has completed a comprehensive zoning review, changing the zoning of 49 properties, the majority to reflect how the parcels are already being used. The 48 town-staff recommended changes and three requests from the public were the subject of a nearly two-hour public hearing Nov. 7, after which the Board of Town Commissioners unanimously approved the Comprehensive Zoning Reclassification Ordinance.
The district attorney says several reimbursements sought by a central Pennsylvania mayor may be "illegitimate" and warrant further investigation. But Lycoming County District Attorney Eric Linhardt says his office can't investigate Williamsport Mayor Gabe Campana because of Linhardt's longstanding relationship with the mayor. City council and the city controller asked Linhardt in October to review the reimbursements, which have not been detailed.