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Harford County Tornadoes; Panera Bread, Wegmans Controversy

The middle school math curriculum has been revamped and numerous local athletes were honored this week.

The big story this week in Harford County was the severe thunderstorms that rolled through last Sunday, but potential toll increases and the addition of numerous businesses to the county is creating controversy.

1. Two Tornadoes Confirmed in Harford County

The National Weather Service that rolled through Harford County. The twisters were in Street and Riverside.

Funnel clouds while a fire was reported in Belcamp. Area residents  comment on the storm while .

2. Panera Joining Wemgans; Home Goods, Designer Shoes Warehouse Replacing Weis

After Harford County residents and Patch readers  at the Boulevard at Box Hill, leasing agent Tom Fidler  joining the location.

It was  the Boulevard. Across from the new shopping center will be  at the former Weis location in the Constant Friendship Plaza.

3. $500K Budget Addition; Middle School Math Credits

The Harford County Board of Education  Monday night. The extra money was added mostly to help fund transportation due to rising fuel costs.

4. Hundreds Oppose Toll Hikes at Public Hearing

A hearing at Perryville High School on Thursday , the main connection between Harford and Cecil Counties, and across the state. Residents packed the high school to hear from a variety of speakers from state government about the potential toll hikes.

5. Harford County Deputy Hit by Alleged Drunk Driver

A Harford County sheriff's deputy that was on-duty early Wednesday morning . The deputy was transported by Medevac to Shock Trauma where he was released later in the morning. The driver, an Edgewood man, has been charged with driving under the influence, driving under the influence per se, failure to control speed to avoid collision and reckless and negligent driving.

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A Bel Air man was last weekend in Ocean City.

At Tuesday's County Council meeting, at Route 924 and Plumtree Road.

Two tractor-trailers and forced Interstate-95 to be closed for almost five hours.

The ShopRite in the Festival was after a 10-month renovation that cost about $5 million.

The Maryland State Police .

The Harford County Board of Education at its meeting.

In sports, days after having two players picked by the Baltimore Orioles in the MLB draft. The spring .

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