Harford Community College Engineering Students Help the Disabled with Technological Solutions to Improve Independence

From Harford Community College: Harford Community College engineering students and V-LINC, a Maryland nonprofit organization whose mission is to create technological solutions to improve the independence and quality of life for individuals with disabilities, partnered during the spring 2016 semester to provide specialty equipment for two Harford Countians. Two Introduction to Engineering Design classes taught […]

Harford Community College Student Nominated to 2016 All-USA Community College Academic Team

From Harford Community College: Harford Community College student Tanya Ramsey was nominated for the 2016 All-USA Community College Academic Team. The team recognizes high achieving two-year college students who demonstrate academic excellence and intellectual rigor combined with leadership and service that extends beyond the classroom to benefit society. Tanya was recognized recently at the 22nd […]

Harford Community College Sophomore and Freshman Selected by Padres and Yankees in MLB Draft

From Harford Community College: DISABATINO DRAFTED BY SAN DIEGO PADRES Harford sophomore shortstop/pitcher Dominic DiSabatino was selected in the 20th round of the 2016 Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft Saturday afternoon by the San Diego Padres. The native of Middletown, Delaware, becomes the seventh Fighting Owl drafted in school history and the first […]

2016 Harford Community College Distinguished Alumni Award Bestowed on Ann Ramsay (’62), 1940-2012

From Harford Community College: Dr. Dennis Golladay, Harford Community College President, posthumously named Ann B. Ramsay as the recipient of the prestigious Distinguished Alumni Award at the College’s commencement ceremony on May 26. Bud Ramsay, Ann’s husband and chair of the HCC Alumni & Friends Association, accepted the award on her behalf. Recipients of this […]

Burbey: “Cuts to Teaching Positions Without Appropriate Cuts to Central Office Administration are Indefensible”

From the Harford County Education Association: Superintendent Canavan has recommended cuts, which include eliminating all swimming programs, closing HCPS pools and eliminating 23 teaching positions. However no cuts to the robust HCPS administrative bureaucracy were recommended. While we understand decreases in enrollment will necessitate some cuts to teaching positions, we believe it is crucial that […]

Sen. Cassilly: Obama Guidance “Simply Adds an Additional Layer of Confusion” in Debate Over Transgender Use of Public Restrooms

From State Sen. Bob Cassilly: Dear Friends, The issue of transgender use of public restrooms has suddenly become a hot topic for Maryland’s middle and high schools. This occurred after an appeals panel of three federal judges from the U.S. Fourth Circuit issued a ruling in April in a case out of Gloucester County, Virginia, […]

Burbey: “Speak Out to Make Sure that the Harford County Board of Education Creates a Sustainable Budget”

From the Harford County Education Association: In October, HCEA submitted a letter delineating a list of potential cost-savings measures to Superintendent Canavan. You can download a copy of this letter below. To date, HCEA has received no substantive response to these recommendations. We are still hopeful that the Harford County Board of Education will implement […]