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September 14, 2018

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Harford likely to be spared by Hurricane Florence

Thursday, Sep 13

Hurricane Florence is expected to spare Harford County this weekend, but might wrap back around early next week.

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Doomed from the start in road opener, Ravens fall behind by 21 points, lose to Bengals, 34-23

The Ravens are unable to climb out of 21-0 and 28-7 holes in their road opener in losing to the Cincinnati Bengals, 34-23.


Floodgates open on Conowingo Dam, local authorities report minor flooding near Port Deposit

Conowingo Dam has opened 13 floodgates as Exelon officials deal with high water in Susquehanna River from recent rains; state and county leaders monitor potential for flooding nearby on Route 222 in Cecil County, but the high water isn't related to Hurricane Florence.

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First Susquehanna River Running Festival still on for Saturday, 1,500 runners expected

All systems are go for the first Susquehanna River Running Festival in Havre de Grace Saturday, after concern during the week the festival might have to be canceled because of potential bad weather.


Aberdeen fire station to undergo $7 million renovation, expansion

A $7 million renovation and expansion of the main Aberdeen firehouse on North Rogers Street is expected to begin early next year, fire company officials said this week.

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Aberdeen seeking public input on Coppermine plan to lease Aberdeen Family Swim Center

Aberdeen leaders would like the owners of Coppermine Fieldhouse to submit a formal contract outline its proposed lease and/or purchase of the Aberdeen Family Swim Center.

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HdG keeps trophy, pounds Perryville, 45-15, for Susquehanna Bowl win

The Susquehanna Bowl trophy will stay in Harford County for another year.

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Orioles end losing streak at six as Dylan Bundy finally finds his form in 5-3 win over Athletics

Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy recorded his first win since July 29 in Thursday night's win over Oakland

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