Harford County TV Program “Kaleidoscope” Featuring Local Arts and Entertainment News

From the Harford County Cultural Arts Board: The Harford County Cultural Arts Board, in partnership with Harford Cable Network, is pleased to present “Kaleidoscope”, a bi-monthly television program highlighting arts and entertainment news in Harford County. Hosted by Carolyn Black-Sotir, the current program airing through the end of April spotlights the 2015 Northeast Theatre Festival […]

Statement from County Executive Barry Glassman on Triple-A Bond Rating for Harford County

From Harford County government: County Executive Barry Glassman issued the following statement today following news that Harford County’s Triple-A bond rating has been affirmed: “I am pleased that Harford County’s Triple-A bond rating has been affirmed this week by all three major bond credit rating agencies. These highest possible ratings by Moody’s, Standard & Poor’s […]

Vehicles for Change Joins 5th Annual Clear Your Clutter Day April 25 at Harford Community College

From Sappari Solutions and Harford Community College: [Bel Air, Maryland] March 26, 2015 –With just one month to go before the fifth annual Clear Your Clutter Day, organizers have announced that Vehicles for Change (VFC) will be participating in the collection. Professional organizers Sappari Solutions and Harford Community College (HCC) are hosting the event, which […]

Zoning Hearing Examiner Cases March 25: Montessori School Daycare in Bel Air and Mobile Home in Darlington

From Friends of Harford: Public hearings will be held before the Zoning Hearing Examiner for CASE NO. 5834: DONALD CRIGGER – 1706 Whiteford Road, Darlington. Special exception, proposed for Fifth Election District, 1706 Whiteford Road, Darlington, by DONALD CRIGGER. Appealed because a special exception, pursuant to Section 267-88F(7) of the Harford County Code, to replace […]

Liegey: “How Long Will These Games with the Maryland State Pension System Continue? This is Not Monopoly Money Being Manipulated Here”

The following letter was sent from Timothy Liegey to Governor Larry Hogan, U.S. Sens. Barbara Mikulski and Ben Cardin, as well as members of the Maryland General Assembly. A copy was provided to The Dagger for publication: Dear Governor Hogan: My name is Timothy Liegey and I am a school librarian with the Harford County […]