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  • No dad left behind at Harford Family House

    No dad left behind at Harford Family House
    Jim Donaldson is 38 years old, the separated single father to 8-year-old Jacob and “5-going-on-35”-year-old Lily. Until recently, he had a good job with a large oil company. But when his son got croup that developed into pneumonia three years ago, all that changed.
  • Hope and healing with horses at therapeutic riding centers

    Hope and healing with horses at therapeutic riding centers
    On a sunny summer day, 14-year-old Julianna Lupacchino is riding a horse on a Fallston farm. At first glance, the scene seems like nothing special — Harford County is horse country, after all — but at Chesapeake Therapeutic Riding, the...

    Washington Street Books and Music offers a change of pace

    Washington Street Books and Music offers a change of pace
    Tired of traipsing from one big-box store to another? A visit to family-owned Washington Street Books and Music in Havre de Grace might be the change you need. More than a seller of unique books, Washington Street offers antiques, jewelry, sculptures,...

    Harford County's rise of the bicycle

    The change is gradual but noticeable: Fewer wheels are traveling Harford County’s back roads. But it’s not from some miraculous traffic decrease — bicycling is on the rise, and Harford’s travelers are making the switch from four...

    Some fascinating views from a bridge not far away [Commentary]

    Some fascinating views from a bridge not far away [Commentary]
    Ever since I took my first intercity trip on a train from Philadelphia to Washington, D.C., many, many years ago, I've held a certain fascination for the bridge on which our train crossed the Susquehanna River. The possibility of that same bridge...