Space Heater Causes $100K In Damage In Harford County Garage FireA space heater is believed to be to blame for a garage fire in Harford County over the weekend that caused around $100,000 in damage, the state fire marshal's office said.
Young Barbers Club Pushes Edgewood Kids To Avoid Violence, Teaches Them How To Cut Hair InsteadIf you are interested in joining the group, Johnson said open enrollment is in April
Slick Spots On The Roads Cause For Concern After Wintry Weather Moves Through RegionThe winter weather that moved through much of the state Saturday is finally out of the area, however, there is still a cause for concern of slick spots on the roads.
Maryland Highway Officials Urge Drivers To Use Caution Ahead Of Winter WeatherSnow and rain in the forecast are a cause for concern Saturday, but freezing temperatures will be the real dangers for drivers. 
MDTA Police Seize Over 16K Packages Of Untaxed Cigarettes During Traffic StopThe total tax loss for the State of Maryland is $34,400. 
Maryland Doctors Reminding Residents Of Snowblower Safety TipsSnow is in the forecast Saturday, and while you may not need your snowblower just yet, officials are urging extreme caution when starting them up this winter. 
Local Animal Shelter Helping Dogs Affected By Recent Earthquakes In Puerto RicoA Harford County non-profit is helping out dogs affected by the recent earthquakes in Puerto Rico. 
Man Suffers Serious Injuries In Edgewood StabbingDeputies from the Harford County Sheriff's Office are investigating a stabbing in Edgewood.
Maryland Weather: Snow, Wintry Mix Possible SaturdayIt was a warm day across the area on Wednesday, but don't expect those temperatures to stick around!  
Aberdeen High School Teachers Accused Of Making Negative Social Posts About Former StudentTeachers at Aberdeen High School are under investigation Tuesday night after a group of them are being accused of making negative public posts about a former student.
Harford County Executive Barry Glassman Announces 32 Percent Decline In Opioid FatalitiesCounty Executive Barry Glassman announced Tuesday a 32 percent decline in opioid fatalities in Harford County.