Ted Hendricks

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  • Aberdeen listening session turnout surprises officials

    Aberdeen listening session turnout surprises officials

    About 300 people, mostly older, white, Aberdeen residents who own their homes, according to responses to demographic questions that were asked first, came to the city’s first community listening session Thursday evening. They answered 50 questions, made it clear they think life is good in their...

  • Harford Community College enrollment declines by 6.7 percent

    Harford Community College enrollment declines by 6.7 percent

    Harford Community College suffered another enrollment decrease this semester, when the number of students enrolled for spring 2018 fell by 6.7 percent. That equates to 400 fewer students on campus and the equivalent of 158 full-time students, Dianna G. Phillips, the college president, reported...

  • Bel Air's popular Merry Tuba Christmas returns Sunday, Dec. 17

    Bel Air's popular Merry Tuba Christmas returns Sunday, Dec. 17

    “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas,” so goes one of the ubiquitous holiday songs filling the air and the airwaves this time each year. Or, how about “Christmas just ain’t Christmas without … ,” goes another. In recent years, it hasn’t been Christmastime in Harford County until what has...

  • Harford school board approves contracts for new Havre de Grace school complex

    Harford school board approves contracts for new Havre de Grace school complex

    Monday was a red letter day in Havre de Grace, well actually a maroon one, in the community’s long effort to secure a new high school building. The good word traveled fast via text and then messenger from Bel Air to Havre de Grace Monday night, after the Harford County Board of Education approved...

  • Harford schools reverse recent trend, add students

    Harford schools reverse recent trend, add students

    Harford County Public Schools, reversing seven straight years of enrollment declines, has 354 more students this school year than it had a year ago. That’s the largest increase in more than 15 years. The next biggest enrollment increase was reported in the 2001-02 school year, the first year for...

  • Gamatoria starts new chief of staff job in Havre de Grace

    Gamatoria starts new chief of staff job in Havre de Grace

    Steve Gamatoria started his new job Monday. The former Havre de Grace City councilman, who resigned his elected position at the Oct. 23 meeting, officially became chief of staff for Havre de Grace Mayor William Martin. Gamatoria, who said he struggled with the decision to leave the council with...

  • Man charged with home invasion, beating elderly Havre de Grace couple

    Man charged with home invasion, beating elderly Havre de Grace couple

    Christopher Thomas McQuillan is being held without bond on home invasion, attempted murder and other charges after Havre de Grace Police arrested him shortly after 5 p.m. Saturday outside the home of the elderly couple he allegedly attacked, according to court records. McQuillan, who turns 25 on...

  • Aberdeen affirms plan to sell Ripken Stadium

    Aberdeen affirms plan to sell Ripken Stadium

    Aberdeen’s mayor and City Council, at a special meeting Monday evening, unanimously affirmed their intention to try and sell Ripken Stadium to relieve the city of one of its financial burdens. The mayor and City Council also unanimously agreed that at next Monday night’s meeting they would meet...

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