With the 2018 state and county election results in the book, the Harford County Board of Education membership will take on a mostly lame duck status for the next seven months, with a majority of its members due to leave next June.
All things being equal, Harford County Public Schools would need almost $35 million in additional funding to operate during the next school year in 2019-20 — an increase almost certain not to happen — Superintendent Dr. Sean Bulson said.
Harford County Public Schools Chief of Administration Joseph Licata is retiring after 42 years with the school system during which he had a direct hand in building 20 new school buildings and renovating countless others.
Six months after a majority of the members of the Harford County Board of Education voted against allowing its student representative to participate in selecting the board’s president and vice president, it appears that decision will be reversed.
Bel Air Mayor Susan Burdette was happy to be able to attend Women Mayors of America White House Conference last month, where she got to hear from Vice President Mike Pence, Kellyanne Conway, Betsy Devos and Linda McMahon.
The start of the trial of a man accused of allegedly stealing money he helped raise for families of two Harford County Sheriff’s Office Deputies killed in the line of duty in 2016 was delayed Wednesday afternoon after the defense moved to dismiss the charges.
Customers of Maryland American Water Company, the supplier of drinking water to the Town of Bel Air and some nearby areas, will have an opportunity to comment next week on the company’s request for a major rate increase.
Early on the morning of Saturday, May 14, 1960, a crowd gathered around the small front lawn of Havre de Grace's brick city hall on Union Avenue to be part of what really did turn out to be history in the making.
A plan by a prominent Harford County family to place a solar power plant on their Churchville area farm has run afoul of the county’s zoning code which officials say doesn’t permit such activities on local farmland.
A new round of legal salvos has been filed in lawsuit over a failed rubble landfill venture near Havre de Grace that resulted in a $45 million-plus judgment against Harford County government earlier this year.
The former Bel Air Auto Auction property along Route 1 could become a residential community with a small mix of office and retail under a concept plan scheduled for a community input meeting next month.
One-day event licenses to serve alcohol at a fundraiser for a family with young children whose mother and father are battling cancer and for a gala Bel Air High School reunion were recently approved by the Harford County Liquor Control Board.
The regional power grid operator serving Maryland adjoining states in the region said Thursday it will continue with its controversial project to construct new overhead electric transmission lines in northwestern Harford County and neighboring York County, Pa.
Plans for what would be Harford County’s third on-farm microbrewery, where beer would be produced for both consumption on and off he farm, were reviewed Wednesday by the county Development Advisory Committee.
Site clearing and excavation work is underway at the site of Bel Air’s new Chick fil A restaurant at Route 1 and Kelly Avenue and Monday evening, the Bel Air Board of Town Commissioners approved a right-of-way deed for potential future road access.
A community fight against a proposed controversial tire pyrolysis recycling operation in Joppa is headed to the Harford County Council, after a zoning hearing examiner ruled recently the use is not permitted under the county zoning code.
The Harford County Board of Education recently agreed to move ahead with the second year of computer purchases for students, as the Harford system continues with its effort to equip every student in elementary and middle school with a laptop.
Joshua Oltarzewski, a senior at Harford Technical High School in the Cyber Security/Computer and Networking Technology program, was sworn in Monday evening as the 30th student member of the Harford County Board of Education.
Preliminary studies are in the works that could eventually lead to building another Interstate 95 interchange in Cecil County to serve the growing business and industrial community between Perryville and North East.
Harford County government has complied with a judge’s order and secured a bond to continue its appeal of a $45.4 million court judgment in the lawsuit brought by the owner of the Gravel Hill rubble landfill property near Havre de Grace.
After nearly 25 years leading the board that manages Harford County's two hospitals, Dr. Roger Schneider has stepped aside to concentrate on his "first love," medicine, and to make way for new blood in the leadership ranks.
Harford County government suffered another legal setback Wednesday in its battle to overturn a $45.4 million judgment against the county in the Gravel Hill rubble landfill lawsuit, when a judge Wednesday denied a motion to waive posting a bond while it appeals the judgment.
The Town of Bel Air was recently honored as a “Banner City” and recognized as a platinum member for its participation in the HEAL Cities and Towns Campaign for the Mid-Atlantic by the Maryland Municipal League.
Eric D. Price pleaded guilty earlier this week to a charge of conspiracy to defraud the United States and commit wire fraud, related to payments to him for what prosecutors said was a “no show" job on a sub-contract under contracts awarded by the U.S. Army at Aberdeen Proving Ground.
Maryland American Water Company announced Thursday it has filed a petition with the Maryland Public Service Commission for a rate increase, as the company’s new reservoir just outside of Bel Air nears completion.
Bel Air town officials had some special honors to give out this week, as they recognized the achievements of Harford County’s Teacher of the Year and two local Police Explorer Scouts who are joining the U.S. Marine Corps.