COVID-19 Testing Site At Forest Hill VEIP Station Moves To Aberdeen Starting October 1The coronavirus testing site that was operating at the Forest Hill VEIP station will move to Aberdeen on October 1. 
Aberdeen Proving Ground Hosts In-Person, Virtual Memorials For Gold Star FamiliesSunday, they highlighted the service of Corporal Dale Burger Jr., a Harford County native, who served three tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. 
Coronavirus Latest: Gov. Hogan Announces Expanded Capacity For Indoor DiningGov. Larry Hogan announced Friday expanded capacity for indoor dining in Maryland can begin next week. 
2 Maryland Men To Paddle Board From Havre De Grace To Virginia Beach To Raise Awareness About Oysters In The Chesapeake BayTwo Maryland man are working to raise awareness about the importance of oysters in the Chesapeake Bay.
Feral Cat In Harford County Tests Positive For Rabies; Officials Warn Of Possible ExposureA feral cat found in the Dublin and Darlington area of Harford County has tested positive for rabies, the county's health department said.
Maryland School Districts Open 'Learning Centers' To Help Students, Families With In-Person LearningWhile much of learning has gone virtual this fall, some local school districts are opening up learning centers to help out students and families who may need a place to access a computer or more help in-person.
Havre De Grace Police Officer Philip Paciocco Charged In Bel Air Restaurant Assault, Suspended From All Police DutiesA Havre de Grace police officer is suspended after Havre de Grace Police Department officials were notified that the officer was being investigated for an assault that happened off-duty at a Bel Air restaurant. 
New COVID-19 Testing Site Open In Bel AirA new coronavirus testing site is open in Bel Air at Patient First.
'Drive For Justice' Motorcade Protests Against Racial InjusticesOrganizers said they're taking a stand against police brutality following the recent shooting of Jacob Blake. 
Harford County Public Schools Don't Have Enough Laptops For Online Classes, Superintendent SaysHarford County Public Schools will not be issuing laptops to most of its elementary school students when school starts in September, even though schools are starting the semester with online classes for all students.
Baltimore County Man Charged With Arson Of Vehicle In EdgewoodDeputy State Fire Marshals have charged a Baltimore County man for allegedly setting another person's vehicle on fire in Edgewood.