Harford County Initiates Preparations for Ebola Patients; “County Residents are Much More Likely to Get the Flu”

From Harford County government: Harford County Government has initiated planning and procedures to deal with the Ebola virus. The Department of Emergency Services is coordinating the county’s efforts among various agencies, departments and organizations. County officials received a briefing on the Ebola virus from the Harford County Health Department and the University of Maryland, Upper […]

Arrest Made in Overnight Stabbing/Robbery in Edgewood

From the Harford County Sheriff’s Office: On October 24th at 12:44 a.m. deputies were called to the 100 block of Waterside Court in Edgewood for a reported assault. Upon arrival, deputies discovered a 48-year-old male, no fixed address, with multiple stab wounds and an abrasion on his head. The victim advised deputies he was walking […]

Endorsements Continue to Roll in for Harford County Candidates

A collection of late-season endorsements for Harford County candidates in the upcoming 2014 Gubernatorial General Election. Early Voting Has Started: Vote for Candidates Who Support Public Education From Harford Students Count on Us: Vote for Candidates who will support our schools and our teachers. HARFORD COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION District A – Jansen Robinson District […]

Harford Community College to Present Kaleidoscope of Cultures on Nov. 20


From Harford Community College: Join Harford Community College at Kaleidoscope of Cultures on Thursday, November 20, from 6 to 8 PM in the Chesapeake Theater to celebrate International Education Week 2014. This event, designed to broaden participants’ global perspective, will feature outstanding performances by culturally diverse artists with free, interactive workshops led by the performers. […]