Harford County Bar Foundation Appoints Jennifer Vido Executive Director

From the Harford County Bar Foundation: Harford County Bar Foundation has appointed Jennifer L. Vido executive director. Vido previously served as development director of the Bel Air-based foundation. As executive director, Vido markets the foundation’s services to targeted populations and the public; implements and staffs brief advice clinics and seminars; seeks grant funding to support […]

Harford Family House 8th Annual “Hope in Handbags” Event Raises Nearly $26,000 for Homeless Families with Children

From Harford Family House: The Harford County community came out in full force to support Harford Family House’s 8th Annual Silent Purse Auction and Retail Sale on September 9th-10th at the Bel Air Armory. This year the event raised nearly $26,000, which was the most successful in its eight years running. Attendees were able to […]

County Councilman Perrone: “County Council Positions Aren’t Supposed to be Careers. If Our Pay is Inadequate, We Can Always Step Down”

From Harford County Councilman Mike Perrone Jr.: The Possibility of a Raise for the Next County Council On October 11, at 6:15 pm in the Council Chamber, a public hearing will be held on Bill 16-023, which would raise the salaries of the 2018-2022 County Council by approximately 18% (from the current $36,750 to $43,500). […]

Bel Air Coffee Talk Sept. 21: Veterans Information Fair; Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra; Plants and Springhouses

From Harford County Councilman “Capt’n” Jim McMahan and Bel Air Commissioner Susan Burdette: CALLING ALL VETERANS MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR SATURDAY OCTOBER 8 1030hrs to 1330 hrs. BEL AIR ARMORY VETERANS INFORMATION FAIR INFORMATION — FOOD AND comradeship NO BS HERE! JUST THE SKINNY ON VETERAN’S NEEDS CONGRATULATIONS TO Sheldon Bair and the SUSQUEHANNA SYMPHONY […]

Start as a Student, Finish as a CEO: Harford County Young Entrepreneurs Academy Now Accepting Applications

From the Harford County Chamber of Commerce: Middle and high school students can now apply to attend Harford County’s first ever Young Entrepreneur Academy (YEA!) class. YEA! is a weekly program throughout the academic year that guides students through launching and running their own businesses or social movements. YEA! is open to all students in […]

County Executives Glassman, Kittleman and Schuh Host Tri-County Opioids Addiction Summit; Lt. Gov. Rutherford, WBAL’s Keith Mills to Speak

From Harford County government: Harford County Executive Barry Glassman, Howard County Executive Allan H. Kittleman, and Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh will host a Tri-County Opioids Addiction Summit on October 4 in Clarksville, featuring panel discussions on public health partnerships, drug court programs, the neurobiology of addiction and law enforcement collaboration. Each county executive […]

Harford County Sheriff’s Office; Municipal Police Departments Receive Highway Safety Grants from State

From the Office of the Governor of Maryland: Governor Larry Hogan today announced over $12.5 million in federal highway safety funds granted to more than 80 agencies and organizations across Maryland to help strengthen and expand the state’s efforts to save lives on Maryland roads. The funds will be distributed by the Maryland Department of […]