From Harford Community College: Owl Magazine, formally The Harford Owl newspaper, has been a driving source of information for Harford Community College students, faculty, employees, and the community for a number of years. Recently, Owl Magazine was awarded National Honors via the Apple Awards from the College Media Association in NYC for work done in […]
From the Harford County Public Library: Harford County Public Library is pleased to announce the addition of a new online database, ProQuest Newsstand™, which provides exclusive access to 85 full-text newspapers from around the world, including the Baltimore Sun! ProQuest Newsstand™ can be accessed by visiting HCPLonline.org/research/articles/ Great for catching up on world and local […]
The Dagger apparently isn’t bush league enough to be considered for the Baltimore Sun’s “Mobbies,” a contest which highlights non-traditional media enterprises The Sun doesn’t consider a threat. Or so we believe after reading the e-mail chain posted below between us and a polite Sun representative. To summarize: because we attempt to organize our reported […]
A couple of weeks ago, a few of us sat down with Baltimore Sun Today Editor Andrew Ratner for about an hour-and-a-half. A Harford County resident himself, Ratner had been following The Dagger for some time and was interested in writing a story about us. That story was published today in The Sun: Local Web […]
There are plenty of great local feuds in Harford County, but my personal favorite is the long-running war waged between Aberdeen City Council President Mike Hiob and the local media. In the last skirmish in this age-old battle, we saw Hiob recommending The Record newspaper be used as “a classic method of wrapping fresh fish,” […]
With the Baltimore Examiner on the way out, where are we supposed to get our news now? the b? The Examiner may have been an object of derision among people looking for more than shallow sips of news, and from people adverse to a paper with a right-wing slant, but it brought some important things […]
Where To Find? (WTF) Name: Jim Harkins Notoriety: Two-term Harford County Executive Career Highlights: – Calling the Emergency Operations Center and trying to explain why a 911 hangup call had just been placed from his house and why police didn’t have to, and indeed shouldn’t, respond.
Like most things in life, good and bad, The Dagger started off innocently enough. On September 7, 2007, the first introductory story, a two-paragraph piece aptly titled “Introductions,” was posted onto the Internet. Despite being called an introduction, the story posed more questions than it answered. Today, September 7, 2008, we hope to finally answer […]