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Harford Community College

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  • 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...
  • Harford seeks to take advantage of 3D printing technology from Aberdeen Proving Ground

    Harford seeks to take advantage of 3D printing technology from Aberdeen Proving Ground
    Considerable innovation and research in the rapidly developing world of 3D printing has been done at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Harford County and, as a result, Harford state legislators hope to use the proximity of cutting-edge technology to benefit...
  • Higher education, high cost, even for community college [Editorial]

    Higher education, high cost, even for community college [Editorial]
    The total per credit cost for in-county students at Harford Community College was increased last week to $124.80, which translates to $374.40 for a single three-credit class. It's hardly a king's ransom. College officials are also quick to point out...
  • Former Montgomery Ward salon 'trade secrets' divulged, lawsuit alleges [25 years ago]

    From The Aegis dated Feb. 2, 1989: Five former employees of the Montgomery Ward Beauty Salon in Harford Mall were accused in a lawsuit 25 years ago of stealing trade secrets and diverting customers. The $28,000 lawsuit was filed in Harford County...
  • Harford man accused of killing mother told police they had fought

    Harford man accused of killing mother told police they had fought
    A 20-year-old Forest Hill man, accused of stabbing his mother to death Wednesday, will continue to be held without bond after a bail review hearing Friday afternoon. Isaac Anya Ojiabo Jr. has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of his...
  • Harford sheriff's gathers public input for strategic plan

    Harford sheriff's gathers public input for strategic plan
    The Harford County Sheriff's Office is developing a long-range strategic plan for the county's largest local law enforcement agency, its first such plan since the late 1990s. "We are looking for candor... If we're going to be successful in meeting the...
  • Empty Stocking Fund ends 2013 campaign with $95,000 raised

    Empty Stocking Fund ends 2013 campaign with $95,000 raised
    Thanks to all the wonderful people of Harford County the Empty Stocking Fund raised $95,060 during the 2013 holiday season to help many people in need in the county have a brighter Christmas. This year the locally based Christmas charity was able to...
  • Advocates, possible foes prepare for Jan. 6 meeting on Bel Air retirement community

    Advocates, possible foes prepare for Jan. 6 meeting on Bel Air retirement community
    Advocates for and against plans to build a retirement community and an adjoining housing development on 152.5 acres east of Bel Air have been working to put out as much information as possible in advance of a community input meeting scheduled for Jan. 6....
  • New year begins for the Aberdeen Senior Center

    The Aberdeen Senior Center began the new year of 2014 with activities as usual, to provide a friendly "meeting place" for seniors. On Thursday, Jan, 2, the nurses volunteer group did blood pressure monitoring from 10 a.m. to noon. The Men's Support...
  • HCC women win, men lose in college hoops

    The Harford Community College women's basketball team (15-3, 7-1 MD JUCO) earned an 86-49 conference victory over Garrett (9-5, 4-3 MD JUCO) on Wednesday at the APGFCU Arena. The Fighting Owls had three players score at least 20 points. Monique Cheek's...
  • Harford liquor board wants to get rid of resident license requirement

    Harford liquor board wants to get rid of resident license requirement
    Members of the Harford County Liquor Control Board say they want to get rid of the state law that requires a Harford County resident to be on every license they issue to businesses that sell alcoholic beverages. The challenge of finding a resident...
  • The Sun Remembers: Jan. 12-18

    The Sun Remembers: Jan. 12-18
    Jan. 12, 1985: Harford Community College ends its men's basketball season when nine of the 11 players are declared academically ineligible. "They're students first," athletic director John Haggerty says. "We're concerned about how they are going to feed...