Harford school board urged to reconsider zero tolerance on extra-curricular activity participation policy
A Harford County Council member and the former Harford County council president, who also spent 30-plus years as an educator, are asking the school board to consider rescinding its zero tolerance policy on extra-curricular participation and instead encourage students to participate in activities.
Harford council considering multiple properties in Aberdeen-Havre de Grace enterprise zone for tax credit eligibility
Nine resolutions are before the Harford County Council that, if approved, would certify that the owners and developers of those nine properties are eligible for enterprise zone tax credits for creating jobs and investing in their commercial and industrial facilities.
With Upper Chesapeake Health scaling back on its plans for the new free-standing medical facility and psychiatric hospital in Aberdeen, Havre de Grace needs to address the shortcomings in health care in the community, city councilwoman Carolyn Zinner said last week.