Ripken Stadium Worker Rescued After Elevated Bucket Stuck In AirA man is not injured after he rescued from an elevated bucket that became stuck at Ripken Stadium earlier Tuesday. 
COVID In Maryland: Drive-Thru, No Appointment Vaccinations Available At Six Flags, Regency Furniture Stadium And Ripken StadiumGov. Larry Hogan announced Tuesday that drive-thru, no appointment covid-19 vaccinations are now available at Six Flags, Regency Furniture Stadium and Ripken Stadium.
Coronavirus in Maryland: Harford School To Get Tested Ahead of Private Prom; State Works To Build Confidence In J&J VaccineWhen Harford County’s health officer learned about parents planning a private prom, he decided to be proactive and make sure if the event was held, it would be safe.
Some Maryland Counties To Reopen Senior Activity Centers For Limited, In-Person ActivitiesAfter more than 400 days, Howard County will once again welcome guests into their age 50 and up centers.
Drive-Thru Mass COVID Vaccination Site Opens At Ripken Stadium ThursdayA drive-thru mass vaccination site will open at Ripken Stadium Thursday. 
Former Harford County Councilman, Town Commissioner 'Capt'n Jim' Dies At 82, Visitation April 30The Bel Air man had a long history with the county, serving as a county councilman and town commissioner. 
Suspect In Custody After Reports Of Shots Fired In Bel Air, Sheriff's Office SaysA suspect is in custody after reports of shots fired in Bel Air Monday morning.
3 Men Injured After Shooting, Car Crash In EdgewoodThree men are recovering after a shooting and car crash in Edgewood Sunday night. 
Bel Air Teen Released From Hospital After Life-Saving Surgery For Rare DiseaseIt was a special moment for a Harford County teen this week, 19 years in the making.
Harford County Executive Barry Glassman Announces Candidacy For Maryland ComptrollerHarford County Executive Barry Glassman announced his candidacy for Maryland comptroller Thursday.
Maryland Receives $68M To Help With Affordable HousingMaryland's Congressional delegation announced this week more than $68 million to help Marylanders access safe and affordable housing.