Harford County Public Schools Hosts Grassroots Summit: Initiative Against Heroin

From Harford County Public Schools: On Tuesday, February 2, nearly 100 Harford County Public Schools (HCPS) middle and high school students who are members of their school’s STARS, SADD or Student Government Association organizations participated in the Grassroots Summit: Initiative Against Heroin event held at the Center for Educational Opportunity in Aberdeen. The event was […]

Sen. Cassilly: “Gerrymandering has Been Used Very Successfully throughout Our State to Shift the Balance of Political Power”

From State Sen. Bob Cassilly: Dear Harford County Neighbor, Last week, Governor Hogan proposed an amendment to the Maryland Constitution that would fix our state’s broken redistricting process. I strongly support this amendment. It is an important step towards breaking the power of entrenched political interests, and ensuring that Marylanders have a meaningful choice in […]

Bel Air Police Department Investigates Thefts from Vehicles; Loaded Handgun Among Stolen Items

From the Bel Air Police Department: The Bel Air Police Department is currently investigating a rash of thefts from parked vehicles in the neighborhoods of Shamrock Park and Major’s Choice (Grayson Square, McCormick Street, Shamrock Road, Lee Way). The thefts are believed to have occurred between Friday, February 6 (7:30 pm) and Saturday, February 7 […]

Maryland Conservatory of Music Performs Schroeder’s Beethoven as Part of “Peanuts…Naturally”

From the Harford County Public Library: Schroeder’s Beethoven, a musical tribute to Beethoven that is part of the Harford County Public Library’s Peanuts…Naturally exhibition, will take place Thursday, February 11, at 7 p.m. at St. Matthew Lutheran Church Chapel, 1200 East Churchville Road in Bel Air. The free concert, presented in partnership with the Maryland […]

Maryland Tourism Coalition Names Wini Roche New Executive Director

From The Maryland Tourism Coalition: The Maryland Tourism Coalition has named Wini Roche as the organization’s new executive director The leading advocacy organization for Maryland’s tourism industry, MTC is a non-profit membership association that represents the state’s tourism industry and supports the efforts of the Maryland Office of Tourism Development. Roche will administer day-to-day operations […]

73-Yr-Old Man Stabs 55-Yr-Old Man in Aberdeen; Charged with Attempted 1st Degree Murder

From the Aberdeen Police Department: On Thursday, February 4, 2016, at approximately 10:55 PM, the Aberdeen Police Department responded to the 900 block of Avon Drive in reference to a stabbing. Responding officers found Otis Harper, 55, suffering from stab wounds sustained during an altercation. The stabbing victim was transported by Aberdeen Fire and EMS […]