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New Havre de Grace Independence Day Commission members sworn in

The eight members of the Havre de Grace 2018 Independence Day Commission were approved by the City Council Monday night, with five who were present at the council meeting being sworn in. Christy Silverstein, Taryn Martin, wife of Havre de Grace Mayor Bill Martin, Jeff Davis, Christopher “Scott”...


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  • Be ever vigilant [Editorial]

    Be ever vigilant [Editorial]

    It was 16 years ago this week when terrorists shocked us out of our comfortable lives and made it clear no one is safe from the zealots whose only mission in life is to end or disrupt as many lives as possible. Sept. 11, 2001, is forevermore known in the United States as 9/11. That’s when terrorists...

  • Open to everyone [Editorial]

    Open to everyone [Editorial]

    The development in Joppatowne known as Old Trails, or more recently as Rivers Run, has a long and tortured history stretching back decades. The original group that tried to develop the site, which is along the Gunpowder River in the far southwestern tip of the community, found themselves blocked...

  • 'Disservice' is a powerful word [Editorial]

    'Disservice' is a powerful word [Editorial]

    It’s about time someone in Harford County Public Schools leadership showed the courage to use a powerful word like “disservice” to describe how our education system is failing our students at the most fundamental level. Technology is ubiquitous. Desktop computers, laptop computers, tablets, big...

  • Contributions versus beliefs [Editorial]

    Contributions versus beliefs [Editorial]

    There’s a certain ambivalence about the portraits hanging in Harford County Circuit Courthouse in Bel Air of some of the “notable men” who owned slaves, served in the Confederate Army or supported the Confederate cause in the Civil War. Nobody has come out and said these portraits should come down...

  • Another IronBirds season come and gone [Editorial]

    Another IronBirds season come and gone [Editorial]

    Another season has come and gone, quite successfully, for the Aberdeen IronBirds, the low Class A, short season affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles. While there has been much off-the-field uncertainty in the past year about the IronBirds, Aberdeen’s home team fared as well as ever on the field....


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Hot neighborhoods in Harford County

Hot neighborhoods in Harford County

In recent years, Harford County has seen an influx of new residents and a boom in development. Yet large swaths of the county retain their rural character, and in other spots, small-town charm is on full display. Add an award-winning public school system and easy access to Baltimore and Philadelphia,...