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Harford Community College graduates a diverse Class of 2015

A business administration major, who is also a mother of three, represented the diverse face of Harford Community College's 57th graduating class Thursday evening, which walked across the stage at the APG Federal Credit Union Arena as relatives and friends cheered.

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  • A good year for Harford legislators [Editorial]

    A good year for Harford legislators [Editorial]

    After the 2015 Maryland General Assembly session drew to a close, the Harford County Delegation's chairman remarked: "Our new delegates did a fantastic job and really stepped up to the plate in getting legislation through. We worked really well as a team."

  • The fuel costs for solar power are perfect [Editorial]

    The fuel costs for solar power are perfect [Editorial]

    Ordinarily, a projection that Harford County government is projected to save nearly $1 million in energy costs thanks to the building of a new solar electric farm in Perryman might not be cause for major celebration.

  • Still no jackpot for Harford [Editorial]

    Still no jackpot for Harford [Editorial]

    On the eve of the close of the Maryland General Assembly session 25 years ago, it was clear legislation that would have allowed regulated slot machine gambling in the clubhouses of fraternal organizations was dead for the year.

  • Dealing with Harford's slowing population growth [Editorial]

    Dealing with Harford's slowing population growth [Editorial]

    Maryland generally is not considered a populous state. The U.S. Census Bureau says just shy of 6 million people live in the state. That puts Maryland at about 1.8 percent of the U.S. total of more than 320 million people.

  • Pedestrian safety a key concern in Bel Air [Editorial]

    Pedestrian safety a key concern in Bel Air [Editorial]

    As the Bel Air town government and the Maryland State Highway Administration officials review what to do with the results of a recent pedestrian safety survey conducted for the county seat, serious consideration should be given to finding a way to deal with through traffic on Main Street.

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