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By Natalie Sherman and The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2014
A new warehouse occupied by makeup giant Sephora Americas is set to officially open Friday in Perryman. The 655,000-square-foot facility will serve as the distribution hub for all customers east of the Mississippi, officials said. The complex, financed in part by a $1 million state loan, consolidates operations from two smaller locations in Harford County, where it has operated since 2005. "Our clients turn to Sephora not only for our vast product assortment, but also for our exceptional quality of service.
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By Natalie Sherman and The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2014
A new warehouse occupied by makeup giant Sephora Americas is set to officially open Friday in Perryman. The 655,000-square-foot facility will serve as the distribution hub for all customers east of the Mississippi, officials said. The complex, financed in part by a $1 million state loan, consolidates operations from two smaller locations in Harford County, where it has operated since 2005. "Our clients turn to Sephora not only for our vast product assortment, but also for our exceptional quality of service.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | April 19, 2014
A two-alarm fire caused extensive damage to an Perryman home Friday night. The fire was reported at 10:10 p.m. in the 800 block of Chelsea Road, according to the Harford County Md Fire & EMS PIO Media Page on Facebook. Heavy fire was showing through the roof of the single family dwelling, which was later determined to be unoccupied, according to the Facebook page. A second alarm was called for at 10:21 p.m. with heavy fire still showing. Firefighters were evacuated from the home because of its structural integrity and a propane leak; "defensive operations only at this time," the association reported.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORTS | September 2, 2014
Plans to subdivide a portion of Winters Run Golf course for a cluster of five houses off Tollgate Road in Bel Air will be reviewed by the Harford County Development Advisory Committee Wednesday morning. The committee, also called DAC, meets at 9 a.m. in the second floor conference room of the county office building at 220 S. Main St. in Bel Air. The session is open to the public and comments will be received. Also to be reviewed is a plan to subdivide 75 acres into two lots in Perryman, located southeast of Chelsea Road and west of the Aberdeen Proving Ground perimeter.
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March 5, 2014
The desecration of the pristine farmland to build another industrial site by a development company (or should that be un-development company?) is sad ( "2 large buildings planned in Perryman industrial area," March 4). There are just too many industrial sites and shopping malls. The project should be stopped and the land use remain the same. The accompanying photo is a good example why Gov. Martin O'Malley's "rain" tax is good and necessary in curtailing the excessive water runoff in Maryland.
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August 3, 2006
On August 2, 2006, DAVID LEEPERRYMAN Sr., beloved son of the late Michael and Dorothy Perryman, father of Donna Perryman of Pennsylvania and David Perryman Jr., of Glen Burnie, MD, loving brother of Dorothy P. Fink and the late Michael and Donald Perryman. Friends are invited to call at the Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home Inc., 3631 Falls Road, on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Services will be held at the funeral home on Saturday at 10 A.M. Interment in Moreland Memorial Park.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | January 4, 2004
The Sparrows Point and Malvern, Pa., ceiling tile manufacturing company, Worthington Armstrong Venture Enterprises, has announced that it will relocate to Perryman as a result of a $500,000 state grant. The move is expected to bring in more than $35 million in revenue for Harford County and employ more than 200 people, according to WAVE management. The company plans to open its facility between October and November in the former Telcobuy building in the Perryman Industrial Park on Perryman Road.
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Editorial from The Aegis | November 13, 2012
It's a rare occurrence when a church ceases to be the site of regular worship services, and it is even less frequent that a congregation with centuries of continuous history ends up being dispersed. That, however, is what is happening to St. George's Spesutia Parish in Perryman, a congregation that has been in continuous operation since 1671, the same year Scottish folk hero Robert Roy MacGregor was born. That's a long time, so long that the church sanctuary has been rebuilt twice, most recently in 1851, a decade before the start of the Civil War. In recent years, regular Sunday attendance at the Episcopal church has dwindled to between 25 and 30 members and the congregation has been relying on guest priests to preside over services.
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By MIKE BURNS | November 7, 1993
Ground was broken in Perryman a week ago for what could be the last power generator built by the Baltimore Gas & Electric Co.Not that we'll soon stop using electricity, or draw all our energy directly from Old Sol or giant windmills. Our consumption increases about 1 percent a year; no one's turning off the switch.Rather, the 140-megawatt (that's 140,000 Reddy Kilowatts) natural gas-fired turbine generator at Perryman is the last one that BG&E can build without seeking competitive bids, under a ruling by the state Public Service Commission.
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By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff writer | September 15, 1991
An Aberdeen woman has been charged with setting an apartment building on fire and attacking a man and another woman with a knife on Sept.7, Harford District Court records say.The two-alarm fire caused $250,000 in damage to a three-story building and left 17 people homeless at the Perrywood Garden Apartments in Perryman, the state Fire Marshal's Office said.Angela L. Cromwell, 28, was charged by the county Sheriff's Office with breaking and entering and possession of a deadly weapon with intent to injure, records say.Cromwell also was charged with arsonof a dwelling and arson of personal property, court records say.The suspect is being held at the county Detention Center on $52,500 bond.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | April 19, 2014
A two-alarm fire caused extensive damage to an Perryman home Friday night. The fire was reported at 10:10 p.m. in the 800 block of Chelsea Road, according to the Harford County Md Fire & EMS PIO Media Page on Facebook. Heavy fire was showing through the roof of the single family dwelling, which was later determined to be unoccupied, according to the Facebook page. A second alarm was called for at 10:21 p.m. with heavy fire still showing. Firefighters were evacuated from the home because of its structural integrity and a propane leak; "defensive operations only at this time," the association reported.
NEWS
March 5, 2014
The desecration of the pristine farmland to build another industrial site by a development company (or should that be un-development company?) is sad ( "2 large buildings planned in Perryman industrial area," March 4). There are just too many industrial sites and shopping malls. The project should be stopped and the land use remain the same. The accompanying photo is a good example why Gov. Martin O'Malley's "rain" tax is good and necessary in curtailing the excessive water runoff in Maryland.
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Editorial from The Aegis | November 13, 2012
It's a rare occurrence when a church ceases to be the site of regular worship services, and it is even less frequent that a congregation with centuries of continuous history ends up being dispersed. That, however, is what is happening to St. George's Spesutia Parish in Perryman, a congregation that has been in continuous operation since 1671, the same year Scottish folk hero Robert Roy MacGregor was born. That's a long time, so long that the church sanctuary has been rebuilt twice, most recently in 1851, a decade before the start of the Civil War. In recent years, regular Sunday attendance at the Episcopal church has dwindled to between 25 and 30 members and the congregation has been relying on guest priests to preside over services.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | September 18, 2012
An SUV was set on fire and a mailbox was blown up, both in the Perryman area Sunday, according to fire investigators. Around 6:30 p.m., a Yukon Denali XL was found completely consumed by flames in a field behind an industrial park in the 1400 block of Perryman Road in Perryman, according to a notice of investigation from the Maryland State Fire Marshal's Office. It was unclear what year the vehicle was made or who owned it. The fire caused an estimated $13,000 in damages, the fire marshal's office reported.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | July 16, 2012
Swift-water rescue teams spent hours searching for a man in the Bush River and Chesapeake Bay near the Perryman area of Harford County late Sunday, according to a Harford County Volunteer Fire and EMS Association spokesman. About 8:21 p.m., as a large storm system swept through the area, county police received a 911 call regarding two men struggling in the water near the 2100 block of Park Beach Drive, said Dave Williams, the spokesman. Members of the county's volunteer technical rescue team and the Aberdeen Fire Department responded to find one man out of the water but the other man still missing, Williams said.
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October 5, 2011
Police believe retaliation may be the motive behind Tuesday evening's double shooting in Perryman that sent two men to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. An arrest warrant has been issued in the case for Michael Anthony Mack, 44, of the 200 block of Mayberry Drive in Perryman. The shooting is the second violent incident in the Perrywood Garden Apartment complex in the last six weeks. Around 4 p.m. Tuesday, police found one man, Tyrell Polley, 21, who was shot in the upper torso above the shoulders.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Staff Writer | June 14, 1992
The federal Environmental Protection Agency plans tests on water wells at the Perryman field, which supply half of the drinking water used by Harford's 24,000 water customers, to help the county determine the source of contaminants found in two wells.In addition, the County Council voted last week to delay spending $200,000 to drill a new well at Perryman until geological tests have been completed in the area. Those tests have not been scheduled because the council must approve money to pay for them.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Staff writer | January 27, 1991
Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. will make its pitch next week to the Maryland Public Service Commission, which regulates utilities in Maryland, for permission to expand its Perryman Power Plant.PSC hearing examiner Dan Gahagan will review BG & E's data and arguments beginning 9 a.m. Tuesday in a meeting room at the Aberdeen Town Hall.The PSC hearings will continue Wednesday and Thursday, beginning at 9 a.m. each day. Public hearings on the proposal will be scheduledat a later date.The utility wants to build four turbines that would initially add 600 megawatts of generating capacity at the Perryman site, located along the Bush River near Aberdeen Proving Ground.
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June 22, 2011
Editor: Over the last three months, the Bush River Community Council has discussed, informed and taken action on many issues concerning the Bush River area. We have worked with the Harford County Council and the Harford County Executive's office to discuss the concerns of Perryman residents over the proposed bridge into Perryman, concerns over trash and debris at our parks and in the Bush River, especially railroad ties floating in the river. The council is working with Harford County Parks and Recreation to take an active role in keeping our parks clean.
BUSINESS
By The Baltimore Sun | January 25, 2010
A northeastern furniture chain has chosen Harford County for its Mid-Atlantic distribution center and will eventually employ about 200 workers at the warehouse in Perryman. Bob's Discount Furniture, which began in 1991 in Newington, Conn., now runs 35 showrooms in seven states. It plans to open a warehouse in Perryman, along the Route 40 corridor, this summer. The facility will immediately employ 70, but plans to continue its expansion at the location and add to its work force. "Our proximity to I-95 and location between Virginia and New Jersey were key reasons for being selected by Bob's Discount Furniture for their distribution center," said Harford County Executive David R. Craig in a press release announcing the move.
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