January 2012: Homeless Deaths; APG General To Retire
Patch runs down some of the big Aberdeen-related headlines from January 2012.
Welcome to Aberdeen Patch's rundown of the key stories of January 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.
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Here are some of the big headlines from January:
- Man Charged with Rape of 13-Year-Old Girl
- Maj. Gen. Justice Will Retire After 42 Years of Service
- UPDATED: Man Dies in Collision on Route 22
- Police Identify 2 Dead People from Woods
- 8 Sick, Diesel Odor Detected At Churchville Vet Clinic
- 300-Pound Man Robs KFC at Gunpoint
- Municipal League Asks Legislators to Restore Highway Revenue
- Bennett Urges Legislators to Support Funding for Roads
- Man, Woman Found Dead after Camping in Woods
- McGrady Holding Meeting On Property Values, Taxes
- Director Expects Property Values to Rise after Slump
- PHOTOS: Pond Where Man's Body Was Left
- Year-Long Lane Closures During US 40, MD 715 Expansion
- City Council: Ripken Names New Youth Field After Mother
- New Bus Route Links Harford and Cecil Counties
- Alliance Proposes MARC Solution for APG
- Happy New Year, Aberdeen!
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