Since Maryland Legal Aid lawyer Rashad James filed a complaint Tuesday with the Harford County Sheriff’s Office about discrimination by a deputy, the firm representing him has received additional calls about other incidents of discrimination in the county.
Korynn Sims has been participating in Cub Scout activities since her younger brother joined as a Tiger scout when he was in first grade. In February, when Boy Scouts also began including girls, Korynn, a seventh-grader at Southampton Middle School, was all in.
St. Frances de Sales Church in Abingdon was full with mourners Tuesday morning to say farewell to 7-year-old Tripp Johnson, more than two weeks after he was killed in a 12-car crash on Route 24 in Harford County.
DJ Big Sexy’s plan for a baby race at the St. Patrick’s Day festivities at Hickory Lodge over the weekend didn’t go quite as expected, and the liquor licensees could be facing violations, the county liquor board inspector said.
Emma Kleinberg is “going to Hollywood.” The 2015 John Carroll School graduate who grew up in Bel Air sang “American Privilege” by Allen Stone for her “American Idol” audition in October that aired Monday night on ABC.
With no comment from citizens, the Bel Air town commissioners unanimously approved an ordinance and three resolutions Monday to regulate small cell wireless facilities and utilities in public rights of way.
“He comes from a very large family, a very involved family, a very loving family. Tripp was always smiling, and he was a friend to all. People were just drawn to him," said William Paca/Old Post Road Elementary School Principal Tammy O. Bosley about Tripp Johnson who died in Monday's Bel Air crash.
Many in Harford County and beyond are mourning Monday’s death of Andrew Klein, president of Klein’s Family Markets. He was one of two people killed in a fiery crash on Route 24 near Ring Factory Road around 7 a.m.
Harford Christians celebrated the start of Lent with Christians all over the world Wednesday, many by attending Ash Wednesday services, including about 100 at a mid-day Mass at Prince of Peach Catholic Church in Edgewood.
Harford County Del. Mary Ann Lisanti says she will return to the floor of the Maryland House of Delegates to do her job after putting "some physical distance" between her use of a racial slur and the vote by her colleagues to censure her.
Bob Bloom didn’t know exactly what he was doing when he came to Havre de Grace in October 1988 looking to start a radio station. Thirty years later, 103.7 WXCY country station is still on the air and Bloom and general sales manager Lisa Layne were recognized by the Havre de Grace City Council.
As Harford’s public school system struggles to close a $35 million budget gap this year, it’s also looking to the future for potential ways to reduce costs in increase revenues, which include outsourcing and offering naming rights for athletic facilities.