Harford County basketball coaches weigh in on Nuggets-Heat NBA Finals match-up
A handful of Harford County high school basketball coaches offered their predictions and analysis on this year's NBA Finals matchup between the Denver Nuggets and Miami Heat. And they seem to be on the same page.
Harford County Council passes EMS funding bill amid controversy
Harford County Council approved the transfer of $7 million from the county's general fund to the county's Emergency Services Department, after the funds were prematurely transferred and returned.
Harford Airport Fly In and Car Cruise to be held Saturday
Take flight in a scenic ride during the Harford Airport's Fly In and Car Cruise on Saturday.
Humane Society of Harford County hosts sixth-annual Pup Crawl
The Humane Society of Harford County’s sixth-annual Pup Crawl, which raises funds and awareness for homeless animals, returns this year on June 10 in downtown Bel Air.
Aberdeen police officer seriously injured in head-on collision; other driver charged with DUI
An off-duty Aberdeen police officer was in a crash with a suspected impaired driver early Sunday while on his way to work.
Elkton woman sentenced to 80 years in prison for sexually abusing an infant
An Elkton woman has been sentenced to 80 years in federal prison for conspiracy to sexually abuse a child and related charges.
Twenty years after her death, new life is breathed into Annie’s Playground in Fallston
The newly renovated Annie's Playground in Fallston has reopened.
Harford Community College 2023 Commencement
Harford County resident Debbie Jones was among 340 students who crossed the stage at Harford Community College's graduation on Thursday, May 25.
Harford County Public Schools Early Intervention Program
Harford County Public Schools offers its Early Intervention Program, "Learning Together," for 3- and 4-year-old students with learning disabilities or developmental delays participate in a free, two- or three-half-day preschool to prepare them for kindergarten.
Harford County Public Schools’ Learning Together Program
The Harford County Public Schools’ Learning Together Program gives 3- and 4-year-old children with learning disabilities or developmental delays a free, two- or three-half day preschool program.
‘A great teacher focuses on who they teach more than what they teach,’ says Michael Brogley, Harford’s 2023 Teacher of the Year
C. Milton Wright High School social sciences teacher Michael Brogley, Harford County Public Schools' 2023 Teacher of the Year, said his kindergarten teacher was instrumental in his decision to be a teacher.
‘I was discouraged but I didn’t quit.’ Homeschooling mom graduates Harford Community College with 4.0 GPA, 36 years after graduating high school
Debbie Jones, 53, graduated from Harford Community College on Thursday with a 4.0 GPA.
Varsity Q&A: Perryville boys lacrosse coach Doug Savick reflects on historic season
Perryville fell to Fallston 19-8 in the class 1A state final but Panthers coach Doug Savick doesn't want the final game to overshadow the success his team had and the fight in his group, six of which are dual-sport athletes.
Harford County agencies host Your Mind Matters family wellness night at Ripken Stadium
Harford County hosted “Your Mind Matters: A Family Wellness Night” on May 13 at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen.
Harford Community College president receives new presidents award
Theresa B. Felder of Harford Community College was awarded the Paragon Award for New Presidents from Phi Theta Kappa honor society for community colleges.
Maryland weather: Sunny skies and rising temperatures for the week ahead
Forecasts called for the possibility of rain Sunday and Monday, but Central Maryland remained pretty much dry. Now it’s likely to stay that way all week as temperatures gradually rise to an expected high Friday of around 89.
Annie's Playground re-opens | PHOTOS
A large crowd of children and their families joined the Cumston family and representatives from Harford County government to officially re-open the newly improved Annie’s Playground at Edgeley Grove Park in Fallston on Wednesday, May 24, 2023.
Your Mind Matters: A Family Wellness Night | PHOTOS
Families enjoyed a variety of fun activities and games during the Your Mind Matters: A Family Wellness Night event at Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium Friday, May 19, 2023.
C. Milton Wright baseball found its identity while going on ‘mystery tour’ to Class 3A state final
C. Milton Wright began the season without much of an identity. As the year wore on and the playoffs ramped up, they found it. After falling in the Class 3A championship game, coach Mike Amaral said, “This isn’t a fluke. This is a program to be reckoned with in.”
The John Carroll School Graduation 2023 | PHOTOS
The John Carroll School graduation Saturday May 27, 2023 at the APGFCU arena at Harford Community College.
Three members were sworn in to Havre de Grace City Council
Returning Havre de Grace City Council member Jason Robertson and newly elected members Johnny Boker and Vicki Jones were sworn at the body’s Monday meeting.
Jimmy’s Seafood coming to Harford; Das Bierhalle Bel Air cuts the ribbon
Jimmy's Famous Seafood announces plan to open Harford County restaurant in August and Baltimore County-based Das Bierhalle celebrates official opening of Bel Air restaurant.
Harford County Council delays vote on EMS funding bill
The Harford County Council postponed a vote at Tuesday’s legislative session on a bill that would appropriate money from the county’s general fund to the Department of Emergency Services.
Protesters rally outside Andy Harris’ Bel Air office against a potential default on national debt
Several progressive groups rallied outside of Rep. Andy Harris' Bel Air office Wednesday afternoon to to protest potential federal cuts to programs such as Medicaid and public education.
Harriet V. ‘Dee’ Schuette, longtime educator and co-founder of the Harford County Cultural Arts Board, dies
Harriet V. ‘Dee” Schuette, a nursery schoolteacher who was a co-founder of the Harford County Cultural Arts Board, died May 4 at her Baldwin home. She was 83.
State fire marshal investigating accidental house fire in Belcamp
The Office of the State Fire Marshal said a fire at a two-story house in Belcamp on Sunday night started in an attic fan.
Team South tops North in laid-back UCBAC All-Star baseball game
Team South bested Team North in the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference All-Star game, a jovial environment for players and coaches on the other side of taxing playoff runs.
APG Demo Day
Aberdeen Proving Ground held its first public Demonstration Day on Saturday, showcasing the Army's testing capabilities and explosives.
Cecil College receives Paragon Award for marketing design
Cecil College's marketing team has received a 2022 Paragon Award from the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations.
C. Milton Wright baseball rallies again, beats Huntingtown, 6-5, to earn spot in 3A state title game
C. Milton Wright baseball lost an early lead to Huntingtown in a Class 3A state semifinal Tuesday but regained the advantage and held it for a 6-5 win.