Registered Sex Offender Charged in Aberdeen Rape

From the Aberdeen Police Department: The Aberdeen Police Department charged Aaron Swanson, 19, a Tier III registered sex offender, with rape and other sex offenses after investigating a complaint made on December 1st. On November 30th, it was reported that a female was physically and sexually assaulted by Swanson in a vehicle parked in the […]

Aberdeen Proving Ground Workers Who Died in the Line of Duty To Be Memorialized

From the APG Centennial Celebration Association: Community To Break Ground Dec. 9 on APG Memorial in Aberdeen For the last century, the Soldiers and civilians of Aberdeen Proving Ground have dedicated themselves to developing, testing, and fielding innovative equipment designed to increase the effectiveness and safety of the warfighter. Over the course of 100 years, […]

Christmas Tree Safety Tips from Harford County Government

From Harford County government: Christmas trees are a delightful holiday tradition. Yet Christmas tree fires can be serious and even deadly. “Caring properly for live trees is essential to protecting your home and your family,” said Edward Hopkins, director of the Harford County Department of Emergency Services. The department offers the following fire prevention tips […]

Havre de Grace 5th Grade Teacher Thomas Dennison Earns $25,000 Milken Educator Award

From Harford County Public Schools: Grade school education isn’t rocket science—except when it is. That’s just one of the out-of-the box lessons fifth-graders learn in Thomas Dennison’s classroom. But Dennison had his own instructional surprise today during a school assembly at Havre de Grace Elementary in Harford County Public Schools, Maryland, after he was presented […]

U.S. Sen. Mikulski: “I Stand Behind the Protesters and Native American Tribes Against the Continued Construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline”

From the office of U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski: MIKULSKI STATEMENT ON DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Barbara A. Mikulski (D-Md.) today released the following statement on the protests involving the Dakota Access Pipeline: “I stand behind the protesters and Native American tribes against the continued construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline until affected […]

Aberdeen Police Use Foot Patrols at Amtrak as a Crime Deterrent

From the Aberdeen Police Department: In a continued effort to address community concerns related to the Amtrak Train Station, the Aberdeen Police Department has been conducting numerous foot patrols and enforcement initiatives to provide more visibility and to engage commuters and travelers who utilize the Aberdeen Amtrak Station. The location of the Amtrak Station makes […]

SUCCESS Project “Families of Hope Campaign” Raises Thousands to Help Local Families in Need

From The SUCCESS Project: SUCCESS Project “Families of Hope Campaign” Raises Thousands to Help Local Families in Need The county’s first inter-agency fundraiser concluded November 4 with the Gala of Hope; proceeds will support the SUCCESS Project in its work to help low-income families and individuals. Local families in need can look forward to a […]