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Feb 7, 2019

Havre de Grace city attorney opens solo practice

April Caso Ishak, the city attorney for Havre de Grace, has launched her own practice geared toward making legal services more affordable for middle-class people in her community, the firm announced this week. AC Ishak Law LLC handles cases involving estate planning and administration, elder law, business law, property issues and civil litigation out of […]

May 10, 2017

Havre de Grace Weis to reopen

Weis Markets is scheduled to celebrate the reopening of its Havre de Grace location on Thursday. Renovations to the store at 943 Pulaski Highway include a new bulk food section as well as additional ready-to-go items and an expanded bakery. Do you have real estate news to share? Contact Adam Bednar at [email protected].

Jul 5, 2016

Md. creates new zones to spur economic development

Tax credits designed to foster business growth and job creation have been extended to new areas in Kent and Frederick counties, officials announced Tuesday. Maryland’s 34-year-old enterprise zone program offers real property and state income tax credits to businesses that create new jobs and invest in capital projects, according to the state Department of Commerce. […]

Jun 13, 2016

Havre de Grace’s new $9M library a fusion of technology, interactivity

Havre de Grace is officially opening its new 20,000-square-feet library this Wednesday after a two-year renovation that cost almost $9 million. The Harford County Library, now back in its previous location on Union Avenue, is twice as big as its predecessor and boasts new interactive play areas for children and teens, and a business center. […]

Jan 27, 2016

University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health plans $180M expansion

The University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health Wednesday announced an $180 million expansion that would include a new campus in Havre de Grace, an expansion of the medical center in Bel Air and a partnership with Union Hospital in Elkton. “We’re looking at working to realign some services in the region,” said Dean Kaster, senior […]

Jan 20, 2015

New health center opens in Havre de Grace

Harford County has a new full-service health care facility for underserved adults and children: the Beacon Health Center, which provides primary care as well as specialty care.

May 2, 2012

Storm sediment finds new use in Havre de Grace

HAVRE DE GRACE — Sediment that clogged boating channels in Havre de Grace following two major storms last fall is being put to a new use. The sediment dredged from the boating channels has been used to form a pond and a scenic path around the new waterway. The pond and paths were built by […]

Sep 16, 2011

Toll increases are set for approval

The Maryland Transportation Authority board will vote Thursday on a toll hike plan that would raise rates later, and in some cases less, than the authority had planned. The first phase of the toll increase would hit Nov. 1 for most drivers, a month later than first proposed. The second phase would come July 1, […]

Sep 8, 2011

Mandatory evacuations ordered in Havre de Grace

PORT DEPOSIT — The city of Havre de Grace says it’s ordering the mandatory evacuation of hundreds of residents from low-lying areas as the Susquehanna River continues to rise. And Harford County has declared a state of emergency. A spokesman said Thursday afternoon that fire and rescue workers were going door to door, urging people […]

Jul 10, 2011

CSA: Grieving dad can sue state for bridge-safety decisions

The father of a 12-year-old girl killed in a 2001 car accident can sue the state for failing to install a median barrier on the Thomas J. Hatem Memorial Bridge between Havre de Grace and Perryville, an appeals court has held. In its 3-0 opinion, the Court of Special Appeals reversed a judge who said […]

Jun 29, 2011

Photo of the Day – A real oversized load

Check out a slideshow of our past Photos of the Day from The Daily Record’s staff photographers. We also have a SmugMug page, where you can purchase photos taken by The Daily Record staff

May 9, 2011

Mikulski, Cardin announce $22M for bridge over Susquehanna

WASHINGTON — Maryland will receive $22 million in federal funding for studies needed to begin replacing a bridge over the Susquehanna River, state officials announced Monday. The money is part of about $2 billion in high-speed rail funding that has been redirected to projects in 15 states after Florida’s governor canceled plans for high-speed train […]

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