Friday, November 23, 2012
The new spokesman for the Harford County Sheriff's Office will start Monday, Nov. 26.
You need only take a look at his recent resume to see that Edward Hopkins is invested in Bel Air and Harford County. Hopkins was recently named the new public information officer for the Harford County Sheriff's Office. He will hit the ground running Monday, Nov. 26. He is also a part of Bel Air town government and and Bel Air Fire Company leadership. Monday will not technically be Hopkins' first day with the sheriff's office or even in the position of spokesman. Hopkins served as a police officer with the sheriff's office for 29 years, retiring with a rank of Lieutenant, according to his profile on the Town of Bel Air's website. Before retiring, Hopkins worked as the spokesman for the sheriff's office for about seven years, from 1994 …
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
A home in the 1100 block of Main Street in Darlington sustained fire damage Tuesday.
UPDATED (1:55 p.m.)—A fire damaged the attic of a home in Darlington Tuesday morning. As crews arrived, fire was showing in the second floor and attic of a home in the 1100 block of Main Street in Darlington, said Rich Gardiner, spokesman for the Harford County Fire & EMS Association. No injuries were reported, Gardiner said. Volunteer fire crews from Darlington, Level, Aberdeen, Bel Air, Whiteford and the Susquehanna Hose Company responded to the scene—located near the intersection of MD Route 161 and Castleton Road—just before noon Tuesday. No further information was available as of 1:55 Tuesday afternoon. Stay with Patch for updates.
Friday, December 30, 2011
Firefighters controlled the blaze on Wheaton Lane within 20 minutes.
Flames drew firefighters to a Churchville home late Thursday night, but they quickly contained the blaze. Around 11:45 p.m. Thursday, firefighters arrived on Wheaton Lane in Churchville and discovered flames flickering from the roof of a home in the 300 block, according to Rich Gardiner, spokesman for Harford County Fire and EMS Association. Firefighters from Level, Bel Air, Darlington and Aberdeen volunteer fire companies controlled the fire in about 20 minutes, according to Gardiner. The residents escaped the home without injury, according to Gardiner.