Car Crash Knocks Out Power, Sparks House Fire in Joppa

A power outage in Joppa early Sunday morning, caused when a car crashed into a utility pole, is being blamed for sparking a fire in the office of a home in the area. Just before 2:30 a.m. on Sunday, emergency personnel were dispatched to the 1100 block of Mountain Road South in Joppa for the […]

Harford Community Action Agency Receives $20,000 United Way Grant to Begin Case Management in Food Pantry

From the Harford Community Action Agency: Harford Community Action Agency received a $20,000 grant from United Way of Central Maryland to begin case management in the food pantry. With this grant, Harford Community Action Agency begins to move from a traditional food pantry model to one that includes case management during every client visit, building […]

Hogan Administration to Provide $38.4 Million in Grants for Local Roads; Deadline Set for Application

From the Office of the Governor of Maryland: Governor Larry Hogan today announced that the administration is making $38,390,961 in grants available for local roads in Baltimore City and municipalities and counties from Western Maryland to the Eastern Shore. The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) has released the application that needs to be submitted by […]

Harford Community College Graduates 2017 Paramedic Class

From Harford Community College: A ceremony was held on August 1 to recognize the eight students who successfully completed the paramedic program at Harford Community College. This cohort began in January of 2016 and completed the program on July 11, 2017. The graduates are eligible to take the National Registry Examination; two completers, John Langenfelder […]