Civil rights advocates in Maryland called the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold President Donald Trump’s travel ban, which applies to seven countries — most of them majority-Muslim — “shameful” and “Islamophobic” Wednesday morning, before rallying in Baltimore in the evening.
The filing deadline is just a week away, and while a number of candidates have come forward to file for Harford County executive and county council, a few slots remain open in both the Democratic and Republican party primary races.
The idea that beer has just as much right as wine to be on a fancy dinner table is not a novelty. And during the annual Baltimore Beer Week celebration, which begins on Friday, it's a matter of principle.
For the members of the Class of 2013, it's the end to 13 years of hard work and the beginning of something new, whether it be full-time employment, going off to college or joining the military. One chapter of their lives is closing, another just starting
Harford Friends School hosted the 5th annual "Judy's Night of a Thousand Stars" recently, drawing more than 70 participants. This special event, coordinated by Alice Remsberg, is held each year in memory of Judy Harlan, one of the founding members of the school's board of trustees, who died in 2008.
Nearly seven decades separate the youngest and oldest hunters who killed black bears in this year's state-controlled hunt, which ended Friday night. A record number of bears were killed during the five-day hunt, according to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.
Robert and Kristen Trombero, the owners Churchville Stables, LLC in Churchville, were presented with the 2012 Conservation Farmer of the Year award during the Harford Soil Conservation District's annual banquet Thursday night at the Level Fire Hall.
Dissed by major critics at its March 2005 Broadway debut, Joe DiPietro's jukebox Elvis Presley musical "All Shook Up" now qualifies as a hit in Annapolis. The Talent Machine Company cast has mega-watt energy and youthful enthusiasm combined with vocal and dancing skills.
By By Mary Johnson and Special to The Baltimore Sun
Chad McGraw, a recreation specialist with the Department of Parks and Recreation, has been named Employee of the Month for July. McGraw received the award during a presentation by Harford County Executive David R. Craig on July 12
Spurred by a Campaign for Liberty drive, a handful of residents opposed a Harford County Council bill giving an Edgewood company an loan, calling it "crony capitalism." By a 5-1 vote, the council approved a $750,000 economic development opportunity loan to British-based Smiths Detection Inc., whose U.S. headquarters are on Lakeside Boulevard in Edgewood.
Chad Roeder, who began as the Wiltondale pool manager in 1970, retired from his post last fall after 42 years of service to the pool and community, and was honored for his dedication at the pool's first adult night Wednesday evening.