Personally, I find the blue jays to be the worst of the worst. Though they are quite handsome birds (typically so are Vikings in Hollywood movies) they are raucous, belligerent, and willing to pick a fight with almost anyone else.
Thank you Harford County for joining Oak Grove Baptist Church in our annual Women's Conference held on March 30. We were blessed to host our speaker, Jessica Long for the day. Jessica is a paralympian swimmer who has participated in the 2004, 2008, 2012, and 2016 Paralympic Games.
Harford County’s 10 individual student-athletes and six relay teams that earned state championships in swimming, indoor track and wrestling were honored by the county's Board of Education Monday night.
12-year-old Alex Dillon, a resident of Fallston and a sixth grade student at Fallston Middle School, had a spectacular showing as a competing member of the Bel Air Athletic Club swim team, coached by Peter Leib.
Five region records were broken and Patterson Mill boys and North Harford girls swim teams won region titles Saturday at the Class 1A-2A-3A North championships contested at the Magnolia Middle School pool.
Snow showers tapered off by the end of the Friday evening commute around Baltimore, but meteorologists warned conditions could remain treacherous on roadways into Saturday morning after days under the chill of the polar vortex. Then, a significant warm-up is in the forecast.
The Havre de Grace Warriors swim team was victorious Monday night, winning a quad meet at Magnolia Middle School. The Warriors, led by its girls team that also swept, defeated Elkton, 178-132; Aberdeen, 178-133; and Harford Tech, 168-139.
Athletes Serving Athletes pairs able-bodied athlete volunteers with disabled athletes to compete in triathlons as well as running and cycling races. The Lutherville-based nonprofit also stages its own annual event, the ASA RunFest 2018 5K/10K coming up in Hunt Valley on Saturday, Oct 13.
As community residents struggle with problems from increasing use of Kilgore Falls in northern Harford County, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources has an opportunity to add hundreds of acres of parkland to the state’s inventory, a county councilman said Tuesday.