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 […]

17-Lot Roberts Crossing Development Proposed in Fountain Green

From Friends of Harford: Development Advisory Committee Meeting Notice Meeting Time: Wednesday, January 18th 9:00am Meeting Place: 220 South Main Street, Belair MD- First Floor Conference Room Meeting Agenda 1. Roberts Crossing Located on the east side of Fountain Green Road (Route 543); north of East Wheel Road. Tax Map 50; Parcel 4. Third Election […]

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 The Road Kill Law Needs to be Repealed”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 […]

Bel Air Coffee Talk Jan. 13: APG Centennial Exhibit; Winter Walk in Woods; Arts/Photos at Liriodendron

From Harford County Councilman “Capt’n” Jim McMahan and Bel Air Commissioner Susan Burdette: NEWS WET SNOW, SLEET AND ICE ON THE WAY. PREPARE NOW FOR A SEVERE WEATHER EVENT. ICE MAY ACCUMULATE ONPOWER LINES AND TREES CAUSING POWER OUTAGES. Six high school seniors were selected to serve as student pages for the 2017 Maryland General […]