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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | August 16, 2004
A Harford County man was killed Saturday night when he lost control of his vehicle while traveling on Route 23 in Forest Hill and crashed head-on into another vehicle, state police said. The crash brought to 337 the number of people killed on the state's roads this year, compared with 348 at the same time last year, state police said. Police said Steven Wayne Shumate, 32, of the 2100 block of Round Hill Road in Fallston was driving a 2000 Hyundai west on Route 23 east of Route 24 at 9:10 p.m. when he crossed over the yellow line and into the path of an eastbound 1998 Toyota driven by Zenobia Elise Wade, 39, of the 1300 block of Cooptown Road in Forest Hill.
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September 9, 2013
The Harford County Public Library, Jarrettsville Lions Club, businesses of Jarrettsville and representatives from Harford County Government have partnered to create an evening Twilight Farmer's Market from 3 to 7 p.m. on Oct. 5 at Jarrett's field on Route 23. Plans for the event include live music by Almost Certain; wine and beer tastings; children's activities; pit beef and pizza; and the opportunity to buy local, all among a stunning backdrop of...
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NEWS
July 20, 2008
Road work to cause delays on Route 543 The State Highway Administration is doing roadwork maintenance and patching along nine miles of Route 543 (Ady Road) between Business U.S. 1 and Route 165 (Pylesville Road) through mid-August, weather permitting. Single-lane closures and flagging operations will take place between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. weekdays. Motorists should plan an alternative route if possible or allow extra travel time. Information: 800-962-3077. Route 24 section set for construction The State Highway Administration will temporarily close Route 23 between Business U.S. 1 and Route 24 tomorrow or soon after for construction of a new roundabout and other work by a private developer.
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Special to The Aegis | April 24, 2013
More than 600 Harford County residents joined to support the nation's smallest citizens at the 2013 March for Babies on Sunday along Route 23 in Forest Hill, raising in excess of $100,000 to improve and protect the health of infants. Now in its 43rd  year, the nation's premier walking event is the largest fundraiser for the March of Dimes.  The master of ceremonies for the event, Chrissy Kalista of One Main Financial, who is also a Central Maryland Division March of Dimes board member, and Heather Lynch, Harford County community director for Central Maryland Division, March of Dimes, introduced the various dignitaries and groups, thanked the teams and volunteers, and restated the rules of the walk.
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September 25, 2005
At 9 a.m. Oct. 5, in the second-floor conference room, 220 S. Main St., Bel Air: Sparr Property - Lots 7-14 Location: On the east side of Ady Road (Route 543) and the north side of Dublin Road (Route 440). Developer: Highland Survey Associates Inc./Joseph J. Sparr. Description: Create eight additional lots, 46.626 acres. High Meadows At Choate Farm (formerly Lot 1 of Peterson & Kellogg) Location: On the east side of Choate Road, northeast of Fallston Road (Route 152). Developer: Thompson & McCord Associates LLC/Joyce P. Ransone, Trustee.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | November 22, 2002
A Harford County school-bus driver was in satisfactory condition yesterday after a tree-removal truck smashed into the side of his vehicle in early morning fog in Norrisville, the county Sheriff's Office said. No students were aboard. The bus driver, James E. Whiteford, 69, of the 2700 block of Church Lane in White Hall, was driving south shortly before 7 a.m. on Norrisville Road (Route 23) when his bus was struck at Route 136, said sheriff's spokeswoman Ginger Rigney. The truck, driven by Randy Childress, 48, of the 300 block of Miller Road in Delta, Pa., was westbound on Route 136, Rigney said, adding that the truck struck the bus on the driver's side and caught fire.
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September 9, 2013
The Harford County Public Library, Jarrettsville Lions Club, businesses of Jarrettsville and representatives from Harford County Government have partnered to create an evening Twilight Farmer's Market from 3 to 7 p.m. on Oct. 5 at Jarrett's field on Route 23. Plans for the event include live music by Almost Certain; wine and beer tastings; children's activities; pit beef and pizza; and the opportunity to buy local, all among a stunning backdrop of...
NEWS
Special to The Aegis | April 24, 2013
More than 600 Harford County residents joined to support the nation's smallest citizens at the 2013 March for Babies on Sunday along Route 23 in Forest Hill, raising in excess of $100,000 to improve and protect the health of infants. Now in its 43rd  year, the nation's premier walking event is the largest fundraiser for the March of Dimes.  The master of ceremonies for the event, Chrissy Kalista of One Main Financial, who is also a Central Maryland Division March of Dimes board member, and Heather Lynch, Harford County community director for Central Maryland Division, March of Dimes, introduced the various dignitaries and groups, thanked the teams and volunteers, and restated the rules of the walk.
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BY ERIKA BUTLER and ebutler@theaegis.com | April 9, 2013
An off-duty Harford County sheriff's deputy fired his service weapon at a man who he said became combative and then fled after the man rear-ended the deputy's vehicle, the Sheriff's Office said Monday night. The altercation led to a chase that ended with the man crashing his vehicle and then being arrested after a foot chase. A little before 5 p.m., an off-duty deputy assigned to the sheriff's office Violent Crimes Task Force, had just ended his shift and was headed home, according to Eddie Hopkins, spokesman for the Sheriff's Office.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | March 13, 2012
Work is under way on two state highway repaving projects in opposite ends of Harford County, the State Highway Administration said. A $1 million project began Monday to repair damaged pavement along Route 7 (Philadelphia Road) in Joppa. Weather permitting, SHA anticipates completing the resurfacing by late spring. Contractor crews will patch, mill and resurface Route 7 between the Baltimore/Harford County Line and Route 152 (Mountain Road). According to an SHA news release, lane closures and flagging operations may occur along sections of Route 7 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 6 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday.
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BY ERIKA BUTLER and ebutler@theaegis.com | April 9, 2013
An off-duty Harford County sheriff's deputy fired his service weapon at a man who he said became combative and then fled after the man rear-ended the deputy's vehicle, the Sheriff's Office said Monday night. The altercation led to a chase that ended with the man crashing his vehicle and then being arrested after a foot chase. A little before 5 p.m., an off-duty deputy assigned to the sheriff's office Violent Crimes Task Force, had just ended his shift and was headed home, according to Eddie Hopkins, spokesman for the Sheriff's Office.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | March 13, 2012
Work is under way on two state highway repaving projects in opposite ends of Harford County, the State Highway Administration said. A $1 million project began Monday to repair damaged pavement along Route 7 (Philadelphia Road) in Joppa. Weather permitting, SHA anticipates completing the resurfacing by late spring. Contractor crews will patch, mill and resurface Route 7 between the Baltimore/Harford County Line and Route 152 (Mountain Road). According to an SHA news release, lane closures and flagging operations may occur along sections of Route 7 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 6 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday.
NEWS
July 20, 2008
Road work to cause delays on Route 543 The State Highway Administration is doing roadwork maintenance and patching along nine miles of Route 543 (Ady Road) between Business U.S. 1 and Route 165 (Pylesville Road) through mid-August, weather permitting. Single-lane closures and flagging operations will take place between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. weekdays. Motorists should plan an alternative route if possible or allow extra travel time. Information: 800-962-3077. Route 24 section set for construction The State Highway Administration will temporarily close Route 23 between Business U.S. 1 and Route 24 tomorrow or soon after for construction of a new roundabout and other work by a private developer.
NEWS
October 2, 2005
At 9 a.m. Wednesday in the second-floor conference room, 220 S. Main St., Bel Air: Sparr Property - Lots 7-14 Location: On the east side of Ady Road (Route 543) and the north side of Dublin Road (Route 440). Developer: Highland Survey Associates Inc./Joseph J. Sparr. Description: Create eight additional lots, 46.626 acres. Pennington - Lots 12-16 Location: On the west side of Whiteford Road (Route 136), north of Conowingo Road (U.S. 1). Developer: Highland Survey Associates Inc./Steven H. Graefe.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | August 16, 2004
A Harford County man was killed Saturday night when he lost control of his vehicle while traveling on Route 23 in Forest Hill and crashed head-on into another vehicle, state police said. The crash brought to 337 the number of people killed on the state's roads this year, compared with 348 at the same time last year, state police said. Police said Steven Wayne Shumate, 32, of the 2100 block of Round Hill Road in Fallston was driving a 2000 Hyundai west on Route 23 east of Route 24 at 9:10 p.m. when he crossed over the yellow line and into the path of an eastbound 1998 Toyota driven by Zenobia Elise Wade, 39, of the 1300 block of Cooptown Road in Forest Hill.
SPORTS
By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | August 15, 2004
What home jinx? When the Bayhawks needed to turn it on last night, they unleashed their offense and assured themselves a berth in the Major League Lacrosse playoffs by routing visiting New Jersey, 23-13. After five consecutive defeats at Johnny Unitas Stadium, the Pride, which lost an 11th consecutive game, arrived at just the right time for the Bayhawks, who scored nine second-quarter goals to take command. Following an 25-14 triumph at Boston the previous week, the Bayhawks (7-5) enter the four-team postseason tournament in high gear.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | January 31, 1993
COLLEGE PARK -- In one respect, the North Carolina State women's basketball team achieved some measure of success against Maryland last night.The Wolfpack managed to hold center Jessie Hicks more than 16 points below her average of 18.6.But that was the extent of the N.C. State highlights, as the No. 8 Terps pounded out a 92-52 victory over the Wolfpack before 3,476, the fifth-largest crowd to see a Maryland women's game at Cole Field House.The 40-point drubbing was the worst administered by a Marylandteam to an Atlantic Coast Conference opponent in 15 years of league play, surpassing a 100-64 win over Duke in 1988-89, the last season the Terps went to the Final Four.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | November 22, 2002
A Harford County school-bus driver was in satisfactory condition yesterday after a tree-removal truck smashed into the side of his vehicle in early morning fog in Norrisville, the county Sheriff's Office said. No students were aboard. The bus driver, James E. Whiteford, 69, of the 2700 block of Church Lane in White Hall, was driving south shortly before 7 a.m. on Norrisville Road (Route 23) when his bus was struck at Route 136, said sheriff's spokeswoman Ginger Rigney. The truck, driven by Randy Childress, 48, of the 300 block of Miller Road in Delta, Pa., was westbound on Route 136, Rigney said, adding that the truck struck the bus on the driver's side and caught fire.
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