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Here are your Best of Harford County 2018 winners

Here are your Best of Harford County 2018 winners

Whether you’re a recent transplant or you’ve lived here for decades, consider this list your go-to resource for local living. In this year’s readers’ poll, more than 15,000 voters cast their vote for the county’s best of the best – people and organizations that locals trust and admire. Here are...

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  • Resident: Catholics noticeably absent at Abingdon mosque Interfaith event

    An Interfaith event was recently held in the Abingdon mosque, in support of Muslims in general, and especially the victims of the New Zealand mosque massacre. The event included speakers from the Jewish community, and from these Christian churches: African Methodist Episcopalian, United Methodist...

  • Letter: Daylight saving a factor in fatal crash?

    I cannot help but think that daylight saving time may have contributed to the recent traffic accident which killed two citizens of Harford County. Research shows that there is an increase in traffic accidents the Monday after spring forward daylight savings time. The accident on Route 24 and Plumtree...

  • Impallaria: Bills represent no-sense gun control

    Impallaria: Bills represent no-sense gun control

    One of a series of weekly commentaries from Harford County state legislators regarding the 2019 Maryland General Assembly session. Over the past several years, and even up to this very day, we have found that gun violence is constantly in the news. With so many liberal media outlets and networks,...

  • Professor: Thanks to those who made farm symposium a success

    Professor: Thanks to those who made farm symposium a success

    Many thanks to all who made "Food, Farmers and Community: Opening the Dialogue" on March 16 at Harford Community College a successful symposium. We are particularly grateful to our symposium sponsors: Harford Community College, Harford Community College Foundation, Harford County Office of Community...

  • Resident: Consider impact of Abingdon Business Park on wetlands

    Resident: Consider impact of Abingdon Business Park on wetlands

    At the first Citizens Input Meeting on Jan. 15, Abingdon residents were told that the 326-acre property which extends from Edgewood Road to Abingdon Road was bought by Tom Huber of Harford Investors in 1986 and that it had been zoned residential. We were also told that sometime in 1996 the property...

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