Harford school supporters are trying to start a movement to pressure local elected officials, especially the county executive, to do better moving forward when it comes to funding education, the local teachers union president said.
While Harford County Public Schools superintendent Sean Bulson presented his plan to restore teaching positions, school board members urged the Harford County Council to scrutinize the budget and fund extra money and for the public to take their concerns to the council members.
Each member of Aberdeen High School's 291-student senior class who wanted to made a pennant showing their next step after high school. For many it was college, two- or four-year, while others chose the military.
Mary LaMarche, satellite kitchen assistant at Bel Air Elementary School, has been named the Employee of the Year by the national non-profit School Nutrition Association. She will be honored July 14 during the Red Carpet Awards Ceremony at the School Nutrition Association’s national conference.
The message from Harford County residents and others was clear Saturday to members of the Maryland Public Service Commission: Deny Transource Energy’s Independence Energy Connection power line project.
It’s practically inevitable Harford County residents will see a property tax increase in coming years in order for the state to implement the nearly $4 billion in Kirwan Commission recommendations, Sen. Bob Cassilly, a Republican, told members of the Harford County Chamber of Commerce Thursday.
Sports tourism in Harford County was the source of nearly a $50 million economic impact, and supported 650 jobs, each year over the last three years, primarily in three sports at three sites, according to a recent study.
Aberdeen residents could see a slightly more than a penny decrease in the property tax rate next fiscal year, though water rates will be going up, according to a budget introduced to the city council Monday night.
The Aberdeen City Council is considering an amendment to its development code to allow breweries, microbreweries, distilleries and wineries in certain areas of the city and held a public hearing on the ordinance during its meeting Monday night.
The number of heroin and opioid overdoses being reported to the Harford County Sheriff’s Office is down significantly from the same time last year, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re not happening at the same rate.
Charges were dropped this week against a Maryland State Police trooper who allegedly assaulted a man during a traffic stop on Interstate 95 in Harford County more than three years ago, according to court records.
Harford Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler said Tuesday afternoon an investigation into a complaint of racial discrimination filed by an African-American Maryland Legal Aid lawyer against a deputy found the complaint to be "unfounded."
The Harford County Public Schools superintendent is hopeful the school system will be able to restore some of the teaching positions proposed to be eliminated in next year’s budget, but at least one school board member is not so optimistic.
This month, the gallery at the Liriodenron in Bel Air will feature Jack Radcliffe, whose work has been shown at the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, D.C.; Moscow Museum of Modern Art in Moscow, Russia; Cascais Cultural Center in Cascais, Portugal; Casa de los Morlanes in Zaragoza, Spain.
The Town of Bel Air cannot build a new police department facility without raising its tax rate, and before the town moves forward with the project, leaders want to make sure residents are aware of that.
A resolution that would have prohibited candidates for mayor and city council in Havre de Grace from campaigning based on party affiliations and require they “refrain from participating in candidate forums that may be perceived as partisan," was shot down by the council Monday night.
Saqib, McCaffrey and Clayton were among the seven “books” scattered around tables in a conference room Saturday at the Havre de Grace Library, where readers moved from one to the other to “check them out” every 15 minutes.