April 2012: ACPR, Aberdeen Dancers Compete Nationally; Primary Election
Patch runs down some of the big Aberdeen-related headlines from April 2012.
Welcome to Aberdeen Patch's rundown of the key stories of April 2012.
From now through the end of the year, we'll highlight some of the key stories in and around our city over the past 12 months.
Here are some of the big headlines from April:
- Maryland Primary Congressional Election Results
- Romney Wins Maryland Primary
- Drugs in Harford County: It's a Problem
- Benefit Carnival Hits Route 40 In Aberdeen
- APG's ARL, Students Team Up For Earth Day
- Elderly Man Injured Falling from Scooter
- Face Behind the Voice: Meet Orioles' New Announcer
- Patient Flown Out From Aberdeen Accident
- UPDATE: Student Makes Threats At Harford Community College
- HOOPS: Aberdeen's Branch Is Oregon-Bound
- Donation, New Board For Boys & Girls Club
- Aberdeen Dancers Win 5 National Titles
- Aberdeen Townhouse Fire Controlled Quickly
- Aberdeen Rotary Donates $8K To The Arc
- Auto Fire Closed Aldino Stepney Road
- PHOTOS: ACPR Gymnasts Compete At States
- City Council Approves Royal Farms Site Plan
- New Program Pushes Advanced Placement Classes
- Pedestrian Struck on Philadelphia Boulevard, Flown Out
- PHOTOS: Aberdeen Baseball Opens With Parade
- UPDATE: Conowingo Dam Reopens, Motorcycle Accident Hospitalizes 2
- Returning from War to Fight for Jobs
- Police Say Bank Robber Apprehended
TELL US: What was the biggest story in April 2012 for you? Leave a comment.