May 2012: Joppa Cannibalism Case, Chemical Materials Agency Ends Ops
Patch runs down some of the big Aberdeen-related headlines from May 2012.
Welcome to Aberdeen Patch's rundown of the key stories of May 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 May:
- Teen Stabbed In Edgewood Monday
- Boston, Kansas To Play APG In August
- APG Recognized As Earth Day Champion
- APG Hosting Armed Forces Week
- Board Of Education To Honor Aberdeen Dancers
- UPDATE: 3 Shot In Edgewood
- Panera Bread Robbed at Gunpoint
- Golf Outing Raises $12K For ALS Research
- End of Operations For Chemical Materials Agency
- IronBirds Introduce Burritos, Wings & More
- Aberdeen Gains Home Via Habitat For Humanity
- Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation On Mission, Field
- Former HarCo Building Demolition Underway
- Report: Aberdeen Passes $12.4M Budget
- UPDATE: Havre de Grace Man Dies After Crash
- PHOTOS: A Tribute To Shawn Christy
- Fundraisers Set Up For Shawn Christy's Sons
- 4 Issued Citations After Mailbox Explosion
- Bottle Bombs Explode; Teen Charged
- PHOTOS: Cal Ripken Education Day Fair
- APG Retiree Wins $199K At Hollywood Casino
- Aberdeen Family Swim Center Opens Saturday
- Child Airlifted After Fall at Ripken Stadium
- UPDATE: Body of Edgewood Man Found in Bay
- Ripken Baseball Enters The Food Business
- UPDATE: Joppa Man Charged After Alleged Cannibalism, Murder
TELL US: What was the biggest story in May 2012 for you? Leave a comment.