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  • New Medicare cards, designed to be more secure, on their way to Maryland residents

    New Medicare cards, designed to be more secure, on their way to Maryland residents

    Medicare recipients in Maryland should be receiving new Medicare cards designed to increase security and help prevent fraud, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services said. The new cards no longer contain social security numbers. Instead, they include randomly assigned Medicare numbers. The...

  • Health officials confirm measles case in Maryland

    Health officials confirm measles case in Maryland

    Montgomery County health officials have confirmed a case of measles and are alerting those who have not been vaccinated about possible exposure. Health officials from Montgomery County, the Maryland Department of Health and the Virginia Department of Health are investigating the case. Officials...

  • How much does it cost to save a life? Sometimes treating cancer means going broke

    How much does it cost to save a life? Sometimes treating cancer means going broke

    The last thing John and Danielle Parli were worried about when doctors told them a cancerous tumor was wrapped around their daughter Emma’s kidney, liver and heart was how much it would cost to save their little girl’s life. “My main point was to keep my kid alive,” John Parli recalled of his now-7-year-old...

  • CareFirst elevates chief operating officer to head the company

    CareFirst elevates chief operating officer to head the company

    CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield has chosen an internal candidate as its next CEO. Brian D. Pieninck, the insurer’s chief operating officer since April 2017, will take the helm when Chet Burrell retires June 30 after more than a decade as CEO. The state’s largest insurer announced the appointment...

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  • Harford Community College celebrates 60th graduation Thursday

    Harford Community College celebrates 60th graduation Thursday

    Harford Community College held its 60th annual commencement Thursday in the APGFCU Arena. Approximately 350 graduates crossed the stage during Thursday evening's ceremony, during which graduates of the Class of 2018 received an associate degree and/or certificate in a traditional cap and gown ceremony....

  • Bel Air's final budget set at $16.6 million, tax rates unchanged

    Bel Air's final budget set at $16.6 million, tax rates unchanged

    The Bel Air Board of Town Commissioners has given final approval to the town’s $16.6 million budget for the 2019 fiscal year, which begins July 1. The new budget is about $1 million less than the current one, as some non-recurring expenditures and revenue are no longer on the books, plus there...

  • Bel Air honors Harford Day School student Graham Arrison

    Bel Air honors Harford Day School student Graham Arrison

    When the Bel Air Board of Town Commissioners bestows one of its student achievement awards, it’s a happy occasion for the town officials, the student being honored and his or her family – sometimes teachers get involved, too. During the most recent town meeting Monday night, the town board honored...

  • Bel Air secures grant for officer and K9 partner to attend national workshop

    Bel Air secures grant for officer and K9 partner to attend national workshop

    A Bel Air Police officer and his K9 partner were recognized by town officials earlier this week after they were accepted to the North American Police Work Dog Association’s 2018 national workshop. Officer Jonathan Kaufmann and K9 Blitz will attend the June 10-15 workshop in Springfield, Mass.,...

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