I was quite surprised Friday to see myself featured prominently on a nationally-televised documentary airing at prime time on Halloween night. I think you will be equally surprised to learn the show was titled “666: Searching For Satan” and featured me as a “local journalist” doggedly pursuing the history and reality of Maryland’s very own monster – […]
Since October hit, my movie excitement has gone through the roof. This is the month of horror, and for someone like myself, it pleases me to the core. Even though the month is almost over, I thought myself and four other Dagger writers would give you our recommendations for movies to watch in the final […]
On Tuesday night, the Harford County Council convened to consider amendments to the proposed update to the county Zoning Code. Early Wednesday morning, and 136 or so amendments later, the county council adjourned – leaving the rest of us with 105 pages of much-needed, controversial, long-time-coming, ill-conceived and incomprehensible amendments to sift through.
The buzz coming from Harford County College this Saturday might literally be the overdriven distortion cranked up on an electric guitar, but, figuratively speaking, it will be the soundtrack to the war against youth political apathy. Two months shy of the Presidential General Election, the push is on to encourage those who have not yet […]
Harford County Democrats were briefly invited Monday morning to a fundraiser for Democratic First District Congressional candidate Frank Kratovil. Minutes after Art Helton of the New Harford Democratic Club invited local Democrats to his house for next week’s fundraiser, the message was rescinded. Instead the Democrats were invited to a brunch at the Helton home […]
Like most things in life, good and bad, The Dagger started off innocently enough. On September 7, 2007, the first introductory story, a two-paragraph piece aptly titled “Introductions,” was posted onto the Internet. Despite being called an introduction, the story posed more questions than it answered. Today, September 7, 2008, we hope to finally answer […]
Despite speculation he would run for Harford County Executive or even Harford County Council in 2010, Sheriff L. Jesse Bane appears to be on the verge of announcing his plans to run again for the office he won in 2006. The Fallston resident was one of the only Democrats to win elected office in Harford County in 2006, when he defeated […]
Police investigate reported kidnapping and robbery (Aberdeen, Maryland) August 28, 2008 – At about 02:25 hrs the Baltimore County Police received a call of an injured subject in the area of Ebenezer Road and Pulaski Highway. Arriving officers found 30 year old Brian Baynes suffering from a serious arm injury. Baynes is an employee for […]