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Boyle Buick GMC’s Mike Duray was honored as the top 2020 Buick sales consultant in the Baltimore-Washington region, helping the dealership where he works to become the top-selling dealership in Maryland this past year. Here are the...
Six Harford Community College employees have received National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Excellence Awards. Here are the details provided by Harford Community College: Harford Community College announces its recipients of...
Three Harford County libraries will open their doors to the public March 8 for the first time since since the COVID-19 shutdown began a year ago. Capacity will be limited and visitors are asked to stay only...
Harford Community College is to offer four one-week cybersecurity day camps for girls heading into the seventh, eighth and ninth grades in the fall. Here are the details provided by Harford Community College: 
Harford Financial Group was voted Best Financial Advisor in the 2020 Best of Harford Awards by the readers of Harford Magazine for the second time since 2018. Here are the details provided by Harford Financial Group:
Harford County’s indoor facilities and outdoor parks and recreation spaces will open to the public March 1 and Harford Transit LINK will return to full service operation. Here are the details provided by the Harford County government:
Learn about the planned Discovery Center at Water’s Edge at a community forum scheduled 5 p.m. March 4 on Zoom. The forum is to provide information about the center, which is to...
Beginning Feb. 25, the club level of M&T Bank Stadium is to begin offering COVID-19 vaccinations in the 55,000 square-foot space that was converted into a vaccinations site in 18 days. To see who is eligible for...
Harford County is seeking applications from nonprofits that want money to promote tourism-related actives in 2022. Here are the details provided: Harford County Tourism-Related Funding Available to Qualified Nonprofits; Applications Due March 19
Harford Community College has recently received money from a charitable trust established by longtime supporters of the college. The money will go toward the college’s library, foundation, cultural arts program and scholarships. Here are the details provided: