Interim Superintendent for Harford County Public Schools Pat Skebeck said today that the school board is planning to make a decision on the next superintendent within the next week to ten days. Skebeck said the board would then make an offer to the selected candidate followed contract negotiations, with a public announcement expected during the […]
Archives for May 2009
By Patrick McGrady The Harford County Council held a meeting [Tuesday] night at the Council Chambers. Approximately 50 budget protesters walked around the building and passing cars honked their support from 6:00PM all throughout the meeting.
The male subject in the included photos is being sought for questioning in connection with a theft and use of a stolen bank card. The theft occurred on May 16, 2009 while the victim was visiting a restaurant in Bel Air. The suspect then used the bank credit card to make purchases at the following […]
On June 8th and 9th, more than 120 volunteers from 17 locations of The Home Depot in the Baltimore region will be converging on the Aberdeen Unit of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford County. During this time, the volunteers will be repainting walls, building shelves, re-carpeting floors and doing some general repairs and […]
From the HCC sports desk: BEL AIR, Md.—Harford softball sophomore Jourdan Harmon (Baltimore, Md./Catholic) has been named to the MDJUCO All-Conference First Team and All-Region XX Second Team, the conference and region announced recently. Harmon is the second Fighting Owl player in two years to be named to both yearly award teams as Cynthia Foster […]
The Harford County Sheriff’s Office released photos this week of the Baltimore man wanted in connection with a May 5 murder in Perryman. Deputies obtained a warrant on May 17 for Donald Donnell Brown, Jr., 30, in connection with the murder of Yamar Auntrez Martin, 26, of Wing Leaf Court in Edgewood. On May 5, 2009 […]
Dr. Raymond Bryant answered about 10 questions on a wide variety of topics in just about 20 minutes this morning at the HCPS administration building in Bel Air. It was a bit of a whirlwind, but he covered a lot of ground with a reasonable amount of detail.
Aberdeen, MD – On Tuesday night (May 26, 2009), members of the Harford County Municipal Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 128, attended the City of Aberdeen Council meeting. The purpose of this was to show support for two members of their lodge who would address the City’s Mayor and Council in reference to proposed budget […]