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5 Aberdeen Area Foreclosures Selling Now

ABERDEEN, MD — Don't have a lot to spend, but still looking to buy a home nearby? No harm in checking out the foreclosed properties on the market. You might just find something really special!


11 Calls In 10 Hours For Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company

BEL AIR, MD — It was a busy night for the Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company. During a 10-hour period from Friday night through Saturday morning, the volunteers handled eight EMS calls, two fires and one crash.


Report: Kushner Family Pays $1.1B for 6,000 Apartments in Maryland, Virginia

The real estate firm run by White House adviser Jared Kushner's family has pulled off its biggest deal in more than a decade. Kushner Cos. paid $1.1 billion for a portfolio of about 6,000 apartments in Maryland and Virginia that had been owned by Lone Star Funds, according to a story published Frida


Digital Driver's Licenses Could Be Issued In Maryland

ANNAPOLIS, MD — State legislation could allow the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration to begin issuing electronic licenses. House bill 180 would begin the implementation of a Mobile Driver's License, a concept created by the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators in conjunction with


Aberdeen Weather Forecast For The Weekend Ahead

ABERDEEN, MD — Time for your weekend weather forecast, as reported by Darksky. Mostly cloudy throughout the day. Mostly cloudy throughout the day. Rain starting in the afternoon.


What's Happening this Week in Harford County?

Want to have an event posted in our weekly calendar? Email uppershore360@chespub.com to have an event placed in the Bargaineer. Free or low-cost events are given priority, as are Harford County events, though submissions from the surrounding area will also be considered. Please submit the event’s ti


Building Fire In Harford County Reported

HARFORD COUNTY, MD — A building fire has been reported Thursday in Harford County. Smoke was showing from a garage, according to authorities. Crews were dispatched to the fire in the 200 block of Hopewell Road before 6 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 21.


1 Dead, Another Injured in Possible Drunk Driving Crash: Maryland State Police

One person is dead and another was airlifted to the hospital Saturday after two vehicles collided on U.S. Route 301 in Charles County, Maryland, in a possible drunk driving crash, police say.


21 Hate Groups Are Active In Maryland

BALTIMORE, MD — Maryland is home to 21 radical groups that spew hate – an increase of three from two years ago. Among them are Neo-Nazis, black and white nationalists and groups whose members are anti-Muslim or which exist to deny the Holocaust.


Havre de Grace mayor, three council members to seek re-election

The Havre de Grace mayor and three council members say they plan to seek re-election this spring. The two-week filing period for the May 7 election begins at 8 a.m. on March 5 and runs through on March 19 at 5 p.m.


16 can't-miss events in Harford County this spring

March 1-10 ‘Urinetown: The Musical’ Phoenix Festival Theater presents the three-time Tony Award-winning musical about a Gotham-like city where the government bans private toilets, forcing citizens to pay admission to use public facilities. A hero rises up and plans a revolution to set the people fre


Exxon in Maryland hit by multiple 'flash mob' robberies

PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, Md. — In the crystal clear store security video, they come in one at a time until they’re a crowd. They appear to be teenagers, with some still wearing high school uniforms. At first they browse, then they grab as much as they can carry, and out the door they go.


A Maryland man descended from slaves took a DNA test and learned he was an African prince

In April, 66-year-old Jay Speights took an AncestryDNA test to learn about his heritage, the Washington Post reported on Friday. After putting his results through a secondary database design for African Americans, he learned that he was a decedent of the 9th King of Allada in Benin.


Three facing up to life in prison for sex trafficking 15-year-old in Newark

Two Delaware men and a Pennsylvania woman pleaded guilty to sex trafficking charges after forcing a 15-year-old girl to engage in prostitution at motels in Newark and Elkton, Md.


First $1M Powerball Winner Of 2019 In Maryland

HAGERSTOWN, MD — Check your Powerball tickets from the Wednesday, Feb. 20 drawing —someone in Maryland won $1 million. No one hit the jackpot, which increased to $304 million for the Saturday, Feb. 23 drawing.


Missing Maryland teens believed to be traveling together

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. — Two teenage girls who were last seen on Feb. 19 are believed to be traveling together in Montgomery County, police say. Sara Hickey Guan, 15, and Meredith Watts, 14, were both last seen by their families in their homes last Tuesday. Guan lives on Gateway Drive in the Bethesd


Bowie man turns $5 wager into over $686K in winnings at Maryland casino

BOWIE, Md. (ABC7) — A Bowie man walked into a Maryland casino with $5 and cashed out with $686,142 in winnings. On Feb. 15, Wendell Holmes placed the small wager and won big after hitting the Super 4 Blackjack Progressive jackpot at Live! Casino & Hotel.


CRITICAL MISSING: 17-year-old from Southeast, DC

WASHINGTON — The Metropolitan Police Department needs your help locating a missing 17-year-old boy. Police say 17-year-old Marco Matthews-Carr was last seen in the 200 block of I Street, Southeast, on Friday.


Maryland trying to jump-start electric vehicle use

The touchscreen in Michael Cermak's Tesla displays map markers, pinpointing the stations where he can recharge the electric vehicle. On one setting, the screen shows two Tesla Superchargers, near Hagerstown and Martinsburg, W.Va., and other types of chargers. Cermak carries adapters in the car's tru


Crime Blotter: 2 Carjackings In 3 Days, Baltimore Co. Police Say

The Baltimore County Police Department provided the following information about recent incidents around Perry Hall. Arrests do not indicate convictions. A TV and skateboard were stolen from a White Marsh residence in the 11000 block of Philadelphia Road at 10 a.m. on Feb. 19. When the victim confron