Harford County Public Library Open as Temporary “Warming Centers”

From Harford County government: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 6, 2014 Harford County Public Library Open as Temporary “Warming Centers” (Forest Hill, MD) – – Harford County Public Library is once again partnering with Harford County Government to serve as “Warming Centers” following the recent severe weather event. Harford County Public Library will be available for […]

Weather-Related School Closings – A Primer From Harford County Public Schools

An early morning snow last Friday contributed to three school bus accidents in Harford County, but didn’t delay the opening of Harford County Public Schools, and parents later questioned the decision to start school on time. Taking no chances, it was announced by 11 a.m. Tuesday that all Harford County public schools would be closing […]

Three School Bus Crashes Reported in Harford County During Morning Winter Weather

Three separate crashes involving Harford County school buses were reported Friday morning, each attributed to winter weather. The Harford County Sheriff’s Office received more than 20 calls for service between 5 a.m. and 9 a.m. Friday morning, according to spokeswoman Monica Worrell, when a passing snow squall resulted in light accumulation and slick roads throughout […]

Harford County Meets Challenges of Winter Storm

From the Harford County Government: (Bel Air, MD) – – Harford County successfully met the challenge of this holiday weekend’s winter storm. The Department of Public Works, Division of Highways, initiated a call-out of personnel to help clear snow and ice from county roads beginning early Sunday morning, December 26, 2010. A total of 113 […]