The Aegis top stories: Harford gets ready for rain, possible flooding and power outages in wake of Hurricane Florence

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September 13, 2018

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Harford gets ready for rain, possible flooding and power outages, later this week in wake of Hurricane Florence

Wednesday, Sep 12

It may still be early, but Harford County is “planning for the worst, hoping for the best,” like everyone else, as the Category 4 Hurricane Florence approaches the East Coast with heavy rain and high winds, local officials say.

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Floodgates open on Conowingo Dam, state, local authorities monitor potential for flooding in Cecil County

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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Overdose fatalities down by 8 percent in Harford

hen law enforcement leaders opened their weekly CompStat meeting to the public last week, a decrease in the number of opioid-related deaths and non-fatal overdoses was among the key statistics presented

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Harford schools Superintendent Bulson kicks off 'Listen & Learn Tour' at Bel Air Middle School

Harford County Public Schools Superintendent Sean Bulson started his five-week Listen & Learn Tour on Tuesday evening.

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Drugs, cash seized during traffic stop in Edgewood

A Baltimore man was arrested last Friday after police found cash and suspected drugs in during a traffic stop in Edgewood, the Harford County Sheriff’s Office said.

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Tree removal below Route 161 bridge in Darlington causes temporary closures

The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration is working to remove tree debris under the MD 161 (Darlington Road) Bridge over Deer Creek caused from the storm that occurred on Aug. 31. The bridge will be closed to traffic for three days between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.

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Instead of restricting Kilgore Falls, State should open more parkland, councilman says

As community residents struggle with problems from increasing use of Kilgore Falls in northern Harford County, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources has an opportunity to add hundreds of acres of parkland to the state’s inventory, a county councilman said Tuesday.

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