Harford Campaign for Liberty May 24: “Did the Republicans in Annapolis Hold Strong to the Principles They Were Elected Upon?”

From Harford Campaign for Liberty: Our next Harford Campaign for Liberty Meeting will be held: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016 7pm – 9pm Harford Vineyard and Winery 1311 Jarrettsville Rd Forest Hill, MD 21050 Legislative Season in Annapolis is Over – How Did Your Elected Officials Vote? Long-time activist Greg Johnson will go over the good, […]

Center for the Arts Announces 2016 “Celebrity” Dancers for Popular Dancing for the Arts Gala

From Center for the Arts: Organizers of the 2016 Dancing for the Arts amateur ballroom dancing competition have announced the lineup of local “celebrity” performers. This year’s event features 14 acts, and for a limited time only, tickets for the signature Gala performance are available at last year’s pricing of $185 each. The annual fundraiser […]

Harford Community College Faculty and Students Attend Maryland Collegiate STEM Conference

From Harford Community College: Harford Community College recently joined together with other Maryland colleges to present the 2nd annual Maryland Collegiate STEM Conference – a two-day, statewide conference about science, technology, engineering, and mathematics-related topics. The first day was dedicated to the professional development of students, an opportunity that is unique to this conference, while […]

Harford County Citizens Complete Rigorous Training to Become Volunteer Community Mediators

From Harford County government: On April 16, 2016, a group of dedicated Harford County volunteers successfully completed 45 hours of Basic Mediation Training. This experiential training offered each year by the Harford County Office of Human Relations and Mediation is the first phase in the process to become a volunteer community mediator. The new graduates […]