The 2019 Annual Juried Student Art + Design Exhibition will take place April 26 to May 24 in Harford Community College’s Chesapeake Gallery located in the Student Center. An opening reception/juror’s talk will be held on Tuesday, April 30, from 5 to 6:30 PM in the Gallery.
The Harford County committee of the nonprofit Maryland Lynching Memorial Project held a public meeting Wednesday in the Student Center at Harford Community College to cover the history of lynchings in Maryland and remember the victims.
With 150 people in attendance, members of the Harford County community were able to connect with their local farmers and agriculture industry supporters Saturday for the symposium "Food, Farmers and Community: Opening the Dialogue" at Harford Community College.
Harford Community College proposes a $50.8 million operating budget for fiscal 2020, with a handful of new positions, a 2 percent employee salary increase, higher health insurance costs and a 3 percent tuition hike.
University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health, owner and operator of Harford County’s two hospitals and other medical facilities serving Harford and Cecil counties, announced the election of several leadership positions on its board of directors and medical team.
Republican Donna Blasdell and Democrat Andre Johnson face each other in the race for Harford County Council District A, representing Edgewood and Joppa. One will succeed outgoing Councilman Mike Perrone, as he is not seeking re-election after one term.
New teachers at Forest Hill Elementary School work with their veteran colleagues and school administrators to get ready for the first day of school, Tuesday, Sept. 4. One concern, in addition to the usual nervousness about being in the classroom for the first time, is school safety and security.
Mike Lozinak, who owns eight McDonald's restaurants in Cecil and Harford counties with his family, is selling the franchises and retiring. His parents, Bob and Joan, started the first McDonald's in Harford County nearly 50 years ago.
Harford Community College, the county government and area businesses are partnering on a feasibility study to develop an applied technology center on the Route 40 corridor in the southern part of the county.