Five teachers -- three from Edgewood area schools -- are the finalists for the Harford County Public Schools 2014 Teacher of the Year award, that a former HCPS superintendent is the highest honor a teacher can receive.
The Calvert Court, a landmark apartment house, has stood at the southwest corner of North Calvert and 31st streets since 1915, and recently in recognition of its coming centenary, residents chose to honor its architect, Edward Hughes Glidden, with a plaque.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
With the start of school just weeks away, Maryland financial aid directors sighed with relief that Congress finally reached an agreement on student loan interest rates that will lower costs for borrowers this academic year.
Sister Marie Vincent Brothers, a member of the School Sisters of Notre Dame who spent nearly three decades as teacher and graphics designer at Notre Dame of Maryland University and was once described as one of the "swingingest" nuns, died June 8 at Maria Health Care Center in Baltimore County of lymphoma.
Harford Community College student Lisa Noll was selected as a member of the 2013 All-Maryland Academic Team. The honor recognizes the scholarly achievements of students enrolled in Maryland's community colleges
The top five finalists for the 2013 Harford County Teacher of the Year Award were announced by Harford County Public Schools Monday: Tara N. Buecker, Jarrettsville Elementary School physical education/health teacher; J. Laura Childs, Edgewood High School English Teacher; Kimberly A. Harner, Southampton Middle School special educator; Kristine E. M. Jurgs, Southampton Middle School special educator; and Kristin M. Schaub, Havre de Grace Elementary School fifth grade teacher