Deputy Cpl. Charles B. Licato, a 14-year veteran of the sheriff's office was killed in a single vehicle accident near Darlington. Black bunting adorned the three
Aberdeen Police Department Officer Charles Armetta died as a result of a fall off of an I-95 bridge. Ofc. Armetta was the second police officer to die this month in Harford County. "Harford County citizens have lost two great officers in 48 hours this past week," wrote Jason Neidig, president of FOP Lodge 128. "Words cannot express the sadness or grief, especially with the death of Officer Armetta."
Dr. Leonard Wheeler, President of the Harford County Board of Education, died Sept. 11 at his Bel Air home. Dr. Wheeler was best known as a lifelong educator who always tried to do what was best for the children and to stand up for what he thought was right.
Theodore "Ted" Moyer, a former Harford County Sheriff and a retired
Deputed Testamony, winner of the 1983
Ring Factory Elementary School in
The Joppa community celebrated the 300th anniversary of its founding. This year also marked the 50th anniversary of the start of the development of Joppatowne.
The Bel Air Police Department acquired four new 2013 Ford Taurus police vehicles. The vehicles are black with white lettering, replacing the white cars with green lettering that have been in use for nearly 25 years.
Cal Ripken Jr., Hall of Fame shortstop, had his bronze statue unveiled outside of
The old Bel Air Post Office building on Main Street, home of the Harford County Historical Society, celebrated 75 years.
The Maryland House Travel Plaza on I-95 near