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Harford 'Libraries Rock!' for summer reading

Harford County Public Library's Summer Reading Challenge for children and teens kicks off Monday, June 18, with the theme "Libraries Rock!" The Bel Air Library was already crowded with young people signing up for the program soon after it opened Monday morning, and the tote bags being given away...

  • Bill Reeder retires from City of Havre de Grace after 44 years

    Bill Reeder retires from City of Havre de Grace after 44 years

    When Bill Reeder began working for the City of Havre de Grace, William T. Martin was a month and a half old. Today, Martin is mayor of Havre de Grace and Reeder, who is also an active volunteer with Susquehanna Hose Company, recently retired after 44 years of working for the city. He was sent off...

  • Harford offering classes in mental health and safety

    Harford offering classes in mental health and safety

    Harford County is offering a series of free classes on mental health and safety to raise awareness in the community and empower citizens to help others in crisis. Registration has been open for the weekly classes that begin on Wednesday, April 4, and a number of people have already signed up, Harford...

  • Aberdeen's Chuck Glassman honored for service to community

    Aberdeen's Chuck Glassman honored for service to community

    Mayor Patrick McGrady proclaimed Monday “Chuck Glassman Day” in the City of Aberdeen, in honor of the years of service Charles W. Glassman III has given to the community. The mayor presented the proclamation to Glassman, who is retiring and moving to North Carolina with his wife, during Monday...

  • Havre de Grace Ambulance Corps celebrates saving lives

    Havre de Grace Ambulance Corps celebrates saving lives

    The Havre de Grace Ambulance Corps honored its lifesavers Saturday, members who revived a patient in cardiac arrest and delivered them to the hospital with a pulse. “A save for EMS is a good, strong pulse and blood pressure,” Chief Peter Quackenbush said as he delivered his chief’s report for 2017...

  • Jarrettsville student grows giant cabbage, earns $1,000

    Jarrettsville student grows giant cabbage, earns $1,000

    Ten-year-old Jordan Bogarty thought he could grow a big cabbage, but he didn’t think he’d grow one as big as he did. Or that he’d win $1,000 for his feat. As part of a school project last year through the Bonnie Plants Third-Grade Cabbage Program, Jordan grew a 26.52-pound cabbage on his family...

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