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Harford Community College shows off new cybersecurity labs

Harford Community College students studying cybersecurity and information assurance now have classroom spaces where they can gain hands-on experience as they learn how to defend institutions and infrastrcture from cyber attacks. Local, state and federal dignitaries got to see those spaces in Joppa...

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  • Vote for Dougherty for Havre de Grace mayor [Letter]

    Vote for Dougherty for Havre de Grace mayor [Letter]

    Editor: The Tuesday, May 2, election is a very important event for all of us in Havre de Grace. The direction that we want our great city to go is in the balance, as we have a mayor and council who like to manage and control some of the special events that have made our city a very special destination...

  • Vote Martin for mayor, more important, vote [Letter]

    Vote Martin for mayor, more important, vote [Letter]

    Editor: In this time of economic uncertainty, and too much political involvement, we sit at a point in time where politics, has a tendency to let perception, not reality of true facts, Rule the Day. Do I agree with everything the current Mayor and Council have done in the City? No! Do I believe...

  • Facts about the Havre de Grace carnival [Letter]

    Facts about the Havre de Grace carnival [Letter]

    Editor: Papa says, if you see it in The Sun it's so, is a memorable line from the most popular editorial of all time. Young Virginia gathered from her father that if the editor confirmed there is a Santa Claus, there was no denying it. The truth was in the print. Over 100 years later and we have...

  • No Havre de Grace carnival, no surprise [Editorial]

    No Havre de Grace carnival, no surprise [Editorial]

    It was preordained that as soon as Bill Martin was elected mayor the Havre de Grace Fourth of July carnival was on its way out of Tydings Park. So it was no surprise when Keri Kateley, the carnival coordinator for the city's new Independence Day Commission, told the mayor and City Council last...

  • Glassman's budget is practical, with a not-so-subtle message to HCPS [Editorial]

    Glassman's budget is practical, with a not-so-subtle message to HCPS [Editorial]

    There were few surprises, if any, and certainly none of any consequence in Harford County Executive Barry Glassman's proposed budget for the 2018 fiscal year beginning July 1. He is holding the line on taxes and doing his best to do the same with spending. That, in a nutshell, is the Glassman budget...

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Snakes, lizards, frogs and more invade Havre de Grace for the All Maryland Reptile Show
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