Twenty-four graduating high school student-athletes, representing Harford County’s twelve senior classes, will be honored at the 34th Annual Al Cesky Scholarship Fund’s (ACSF) awards banquet. The banquet, honoring the legacy of the late Al Cesky, a legendary Bel Air High School football coach and
For the 17th year the Harford County Ravens Nest No. 1’s Bud Bitzer scholarship fund helped a group of young men to pursue their aspirations to attend college for their actions on and off the football field with scholarship grants.
On Sunday — Veterans Day, appropriately enough — McDaniel College announced a new Military Legacy Scholarship worth up to $100,000 over four years for all military veterans, active-duty military personnel and their children. This is a win for the college and a win for the students who qualify.
McDaniel College recently named Westminster resident Julie Weaver as the school’s financial wellness coordinator, a position that has been created to help students navigate paying for college, managing loan debt and other college-related expenses. The Times caught up with Weaver.
The Bel Air town commissioners honor Armory Marketplace for receiving community development award of excellence, MML Cecil County scholarship winner and ABC commercial and residential landscaping award winners
Two memorial scholarships at Edgewood High School are named for a student basketball star and a former teacher, coach and athletic director. Their families accepted the honors during the school's annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony Friday.
J. Henry “Hank” Butta, who rose from the mailroom to become president of the old Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co. and was a close advisor to former Governor William D. Schaefer, died of heart disease Tuesday at his Davidsonville home. He was 90.
The Albert Cesky Scholarship Fund Inc. has announced a partnership with University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health to be the Title Sponsor of the featured half marathon at the inaugural Susquehanna River Running Festival Sept. 15 in Havre de Grace and Perryville.
Thousands of students seeking degrees and professional certificates at Maryland community colleges would be eligible for free tuition under a compromise the General Assembly passed in the final minutes of its 2018 legislative session.