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  • 'There are no words' [Editorial]

    'There are no words' [Editorial]

    Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler put it most aptly when he said "there are no words" to describe the horrific events, or the impact of what happened at lunchtime Wednesday in Abingdon. A pall that won't soon lift fell over our county as word first spread that a deputy, or deputies, had been...

  • Not so fast on Harford hospital plans [Editorial]

    Not so fast on Harford hospital plans [Editorial]

    It's a bit early in the process for taking a firm stance, one way or another, on the proposal that would dramatically change health care in Harford County. For those lost in last week's blizzard, here's what's on the table: University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health has proposed spending $60...

  • Join the conversation and join the fight to tackle and defeat addiction [Letter]

    Join the conversation and join the fight to tackle and defeat addiction [Letter]

    Editor: Those of us working to reduce and reverse the heroin and other substance use epidemics often say that coordinated activities involving the business, philanthropic, government, education, faith-based and non-profit communities are essential if we are to save lives and families. Such groups,...

  • Generosity to Harford schools should start with fiscal reality [Editorial]

    Generosity to Harford schools should start with fiscal reality [Editorial]

    The Harford County Board of Education approved a $457.8 million operating budget for the 2016-17 school year Monday evening, sending it on to Harford County Executive Barry Glassman and the Harford County Council with a request for about $256 million of that total. The increase in county funding...

  • Fewer students can no longer be ignored in Harford [Editorial]

    Fewer students can no longer be ignored in Harford [Editorial]

    Dating to last November, when the Harford County Public Schools enrollment report came out, there has been a growing discussion about what the decline in the number of local public schools students means for the future of the Harford school system, if not our entire community. Answers to those...

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Winners: Harford County's best restaurants in 2015

Winners: Harford County's best restaurants in 2015

Nearly 1,400 voters weighed in on the county’s fine dining favorites, mouthwatering munchies and delectable desserts. Whether you want to dine at an establishment that’s stood the test of time or try out a trendy new spot, our readers have a recommendation for you. Enjoy. Editor’s note: Winners...

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