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Transportation, education top Harford County Executive David Craig’s agenda

As past president of the Maryland Association of Counties, David R. Craig says he has often put himself in the role of mentor to county executives in smaller jurisdictions around Maryland. A former math teacher and school administrator, such counsel ...

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The Daily Record News Quiz: June 13 – 17

Have you been keeping up with The Daily Record’s news this week? Take our 10-question weekly news quiz in this fun, interactive feature. Leave a comment below and tell us how many questions you got right!

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Tech guru Pike Powers says Harford can be major center

Harford County may not be a major metropolis, but economic development expert Pike Powers is convinced that by taking advantage of the Base Realignment and Closure process and expanding the county’s connections with nearby research universities, the area can become ...

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Melody Simmons’ real estate notebook, 5/27/11

News this week that Trout Daniel & Associates has teamed up with Manekin LLC to lease a new mixed-use development at Park Place in Bel Air is adding to the real estate blitz now underway in Harford County because of ...

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Meals on Wheels requests in Maryland on the rise

ANNAPOLIS — Eighty-nine years old and largely housebound, Eva Smith treasures any visitors she gets — but in particular, the volunteers who bring her food a few times a week. The Annapolis resident has come to depend on Meals on ...

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Week in review: 3/11/11

House panel meets in city At a hearing Tuesday at the University of Maryland School of Law, Maryland residents and officials told the U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on Oversight and Government Reform about problems caused by the nation’s home foreclosure ...

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Anti-abortion protesters to continue suit against Bel Air, state troopers

Harford County has agreed to clarify its policy for handling demonstrators as part of a settlement reached with eight anti-abortion demonstrators who were arrested as they held graphic posters along Route 24 in August 2008. Unlike the young women who ...

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