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December 2012: Candle Fire, I-95 Crashes

Patch runs down some of the big Aberdeen-related headlines from December 2012.

Welcome to Aberdeen Patch's rundown of the key stories of December 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 December:

  • Churchville Elementary Filling A Jeep For Families Impacted By Sandy
  • County Executive's Goals Include Field Upgrade
  • St. Joan of Arc Welcomes Soldiers Home
  • Improvement Program Comes To Perrywood Gardens
  • Aberdeen Great Clips Grand Opening Is Saturday
  • Saturday Morning Crash on I-95 Kills One
  • UPDATE: I-95 Aberdeen Ramp Reopened After Fatal Crash
  • Driver Killed in I-95 Crash is Identified
  • 'High-End' Aberdeen Apartment Complex Moves Forward
  • Aberdeen Man Charged in Counterfeit Check Ring
  • Franchot Out Of Governor's Race
  • Aberdeen High Student Named Debutante Queen
  • Police Investigate Apartment Shooting Near Aberdeen
  • Fraternal Order of Police Honors Det. Licato
  • Armed Robber in Perryman Flees with Cash
  • Mary & John Law Honored With A Day In Aberdeen
  • Aberdeen Police Offer Rewards For Robbery Tips
  • APG's Large Loud Detonations Ongoing
  • Police Still Investigating Route 22 Shooting
  • Same-Sex Couples Eligible for Joint Tax Returns
  • APG Celebrates 25 Years of Holiday Donations
  • Driver Reportedly Asleep when Charter Bus Crashed into I-95 Guardrail
  • Saxon's Engages Harford Around The Holidays
  • Best of 2012: Most-Read Stories in Maryland
  • Aberdeen Patch Turns 2!
  • Fire Reported on Defense Drive in Aberdeen
  • Candle Caused Saturday Night Fire in Aberdeen

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