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Baltimore Sun
Bel Air Police officer becomes pastor at Fallston churchsome quick conversation she asked one of the officers about family friend Matt
Baltimore Sun / Posted 6 days ago
some quick conversation she asked one of the officers about family friend Matt Gullion, an officer with the Bel Air Police Department, who she knew also was a youth pastor and studying at Lancaster Bible College. The officer agreed to pass along... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Surge ambulance units bound for Harford CountyTwo backup/surge ambulances, the first units for Harford County’s planned long-
Baltimore Sun / Posted 7 days ago
Two backup/surge ambulances, the first units for Harford County’s planned long-term transition to a county-run EMS service, departed their manufacturing plant in Florida Monday, bound for Maryland where they will be phased into service over the next... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Harford to set up 24/7 opioid addiction help lineHarford County has received state funding to establish and operate a round-the-
Baltimore Sun / Posted 12 days ago
Harford County has received state funding to establish and operate a round-the-clock dedicated telephone line to help people experiencing opioid addiction. The funding is part of $170,313 the county received this summer in an effort to reduce... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Harford fire companies open house season continues in October, NovemberHarford County volunteer fire and ambulance companies are continuing to hold th
Baltimore Sun / Posted 12 days ago
Harford County volunteer fire and ambulance companies are continuing to hold their annual open houses this month and during November. Coming up this weekend, the Aberdeen Fire Department will hold its open house Saturday from 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. at... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Level hosts more than 500 at firehouse eventstood in line with her daughters, Avalyn and Kristalyn, Sunday as the girls eag
Baltimore Sun / Posted 16 days ago
stood in line with her daughters, Avalyn and Kristalyn, Sunday as the girls eagerly waited for a chance to ride on a Level Volunteer Fire Company fire truck. “Awesome,” 9-year-old Kristalyn said when asked about her experience at the fire... Read more

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