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  • Student fees to increase at Harford Community College this fall

    Student fees to increase at Harford Community College this fall
    Students at Harford Community College will see yet another increase in their costs starting this fall, after the HCC Board of Trustees voted Tuesday night to approve a 2.6 percent increase in consolidated fees. The increase will bring the consolidated...
  • New play rates for Thomas Run Park still up in the air

    New play rates for Thomas Run Park still up in the air
    Several weeks after Harford Community College officials said modified new play rates would be published for the Harford Sports Complex, nothing has been made public. College officials said the rates aren't finalized, and there was no talk about them at...
  • Looking Out: South Carolina House votes to punish colleges for assigning LGBT-themed books

    Looking Out: South Carolina House votes to punish colleges for assigning LGBT-themed books
    Some South Carolina lawmakers weren't thrilled to learn that two public universities assigned books with gay and lesbian themes as reading for students.   So, in a state budget approved Wednesday by the South Carolina House of Representatives, ...
  • Carroll commissioner 'willing to go to jail' over right to pray

    Carroll commissioner 'willing to go to jail' over right to pray
    A day after a federal judge barred Carroll County commissioners from invoking Jesus Christ in their pre-meeting prayers, Commissioner Robin B. Frazier did just that — twice — saying she was willing to go to jail for her beliefs. “...
  • Police say Columbia mall shooter wanted to mimic Columbine

    Police say Columbia mall shooter wanted to mimic Columbine
    The teenager who led a deadly January assault at The Mall in Columbia did not target his victims, but planned a killing spree inspired by the 1999 Columbine High School shootings, Howard County police revealed Wednesday. In a wide-ranging news...
  • UMES parting with men's basketball coach Allen

    UMES parting with men's basketball coach Allen
    Colleges UMES parting with basketball coach Allen UMES will not renew the contract of men's basketball coach Frankie Allen, the school said Wednesday. Allen guided the Hawks the past six seasons, compiling a 42-139 record. He just completed his 24th...
  • Four locals win scholar athlete award at 51st annual dinner

    Four locals win scholar athlete award at 51st annual dinner
    North Harford quarterback Nic Hammer enjoyed being a leader during his two years as a starter. He often served as a coach on the field, constantly helping answer teammates' questions about their assignments. Hammer knew those answers because he...
  • UM data breach slightly smaller than thought

    UM data breach slightly smaller than thought
    A cyber attack at the University of Maryland, College Park, affected 21,499 fewer people than originally thought after an analysis revealed the database contained some incomplete and inaccurate data, university officials said Wednesday. Hackers obtained...
  • SMU arts dean named Goucher's next president

    SMU arts dean named Goucher's next president
    An accomplished jazz musician who has written about both the power of a liberal arts education and the need for small private colleges to transform their classroom teaching was named the 11th president of Goucher College on Wednesday. Jose Antonio Bowen,...
  • Ulman holds second hearing before finalizing Howard County budget

    Ulman holds second hearing before finalizing Howard County budget
    At his second budget hearing for fiscal year 2015 Monday night, County Executive Ken Ulman heard additional funding requests for projects ranging from a parking expansion for Howard Community College, new biking infrastructure throughout the county and...
  • Brown pledges to cap college tuition

    Brown pledges to cap college tuition
    Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown pledged Wednesday to cap rising tuition costs at Maryland's colleges if he is elected governor.  Brown, a Democrat, vowed in a statement he would limit annual tuition increases to 3 percent. To keep that promise, Brown said he...
  • Coach Adam Leader was there at the beginning [Fulton/Highland]

    Reservoir High School baseball coach Adam Leader has done what he does since the beginning.. Adam came to Reservoir the year it opened and started the baseball program. But his story starts in Yorktown, N.Y., a town about 30 miles north of the Bronx....