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As a boy, Abdi Hassen helped his father nurture and harvest maize, wheat and tropical fruits — until the early 1990s, when his father vanished. "He was disappeared because of his political opinion. I don't know if he is alive or not now," said...
It's a common refrain, and sometimes uttered for various reasons: We need to continue to control residential growth in Carroll County. My reason? New residences attract growing families — and growing families burden our school system. It is stated...
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Waste
Not so long ago, only "health food nuts" preferred organically grown fresh fruits, vegetables and meats over their industrial agriculture equivalents. Nowadays, lots of people look for the words "organically grown" when they want to eat healthy. But...
Thousands of Harford County landowners will see their ability to develop their property significantly reduced by a new state law that furthers Maryland's Smart Growth policies. At least 170,000 acres outside the development envelope, or 72 percent of the...
After a summer break from most legislative activities, the Harford County Council will be looking at two significant issues when it returns to action next week, the council president said Tuesday. One involves the transfer of development rights from...
The message arrived last month with something like the urgency of a gold strike: Native brook trout, lots of them, discovered in the twin ditch creeks of an old farm in Hereford, in northern Baltimore County. Environmental scientists get pretty excited...
The following students earned degrees from Drexel University, in Philadelphia. Jesse Fidati, of Lutherville, Bachelor of Science in business administration; Maeve McKew, of Towson, Master of Science; Hannah Olin, of Lutherville, Bachelor of Science;...
Back to school for Harford County Public Schools students this Monday also means the resumption of school bus service for the majority of them. Bus routes and times are available now at http://www.hcps.org by clicking on the bus icon on the left side...
On a recent Sunday afternoon, Polly Pittman clipped nets over the ripening grapes in the vineyard she hopes will ensure that one of Anne Arundel County's oldest family farms continues to have a future. "Basically, the McMansions start on the other side...
New state nutrient management regulations could have an adverse effect on farmers throughout Maryland, if they're upheld by a review committee. The Joint Committee on Administrative Executive and Legislative Review met Tuesday in Annapolis to look over...
Eligible Harford County seniors will have access to locally grown fresh produce over the summer months, thanks to the efforts of The Harford County Department of Community Services, Office on Aging, in cooperation with the Office of the County Executive,...
Tags: Harford County
The federal government doled out taxpayer subsidies last year that went to support $1.28 billion in junk food, an analysis by MaryPIRG found. In a report released Wednesday the consumer advocacy group said that since 1995 $18.2 billion has gone to...
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