Boardman: “Helton Continues to Remain a Controversial Figure in Harford County Politics”

From Krist Boardman: Despite advancing age (nearly 80) and a string of election losses that would make even William Jennings Bryan envious (he lost three presidential elections), Harford County’s ex-State Senator Arthur H. Helton, Jr. is gearing up for another encounter with Harford voters in 2018. Just recently he and sidekick George Harrison announced their […]

Sen. Cassilly: “Citizens Deserve a Fair Road Construction Process. The Road Kill Law Needs to be Repealed”

From State Sen. Robert Cassilly: The “Road Kill Bill” that Governor Hogan wants to eliminate is confusing. It was designed that way by the same Washington, D.C. metro legislators in Annapolis who previously voted to eliminate the smaller counties’ annual share of the gas tax revenue ($20million/year for Harford alone) so those funds would be […]

Six Harford County Students Serving in Annapolis as Student Pages

From Harford County Public Schools: Six high school seniors were selected to serve as student pages for the 2017 Maryland General Assembly, including Matthew Siebold and Hector Belarmino of Bel Air High School; Charles Musante and Ryan Lepp of C. Milton Wright High School; Amanda Dorsey of Edgewood High School; and Abigail Corona of Fallston […]

Harford County Executive Glassman’s State of the County Address: “Journey to Success”; Day of Remembrance for Sheriff’s Deputies

From Harford County government: In his State of the County Address entitled “Journey to Success,” Harford County Executive Barry Glassman measured success both in terms of the county’s strengthening financial position and in the number of lives touched by his administration. For the coming year, Mr. Glassman announced plans to resurrect a job-promoting road project […]

Rep. Harris Responds to President’s Call to Democrats to Obstruct Reform of Obamacare

From the office of Congressman Andy Harris: WASHINGTON, DC: Congressman Andy Harris (MD-01) released the following statement regarding President Obama’s remarks to Congressional Democrats on Obamacare: “Today, President Obama met with Congressional Democrats and urged them to obstruct Republican efforts to reform Obamacare. I am disappointed, but not surprised, that the President would again seek […]