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Staff members at the University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health are receiving meals donated by the community during Health Care Heroes Week. Here are the details provided: (Photo courtesy of University of Maryland...
The Bel Air Independence Day Committee has canceled its Independence Day parade and fireworks for only the second time in 30 years as a result of COVID-19. Here are the details provided: Local...
Harford Mutual President Steve Linkous and Assistant VP Geneau Thames present a check last year to Derek Dewitt, Executive Director for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Harford and Cecil Counties. (Photo courtesy of Harford Mutual...
Three new members have been appointed to University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health’s Board of Directors. Here are the details provided: UM Upper Chesapeake Health Appoints Three New Board Members
An Emergency Broadband Education Assistance Grant will allow the Harford County Public Library to extend the reach of its Wi-Fi by about a football field’s length around each of its libraries. This is...
Ryan Rickels, IT director for Harford County Public Library, was part of the team that made more than 100 3-D ear clips at the Innovation Lab at the Abingdon Library. (Photo courtesy of Harford County Public...
Geneau Thames, Esq., Assistant Vice President, General Counsel, & Secretary for Harford Mutual Insurance has been recognized for her professional leadership and community service. Here are the details provided: Harford Mutual’s Geneau...
Author Leslie Connor’s coming-of-age story “The Truth as Told by Mason Buttle” is the featured book for the Harford County Education Foundation’s third “Harford Reads One Book” program, which begins May 4. Here are the details provided:
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford & Cecil Counties is seeking donations toward its COVID-19 Relief Fund established to help it provide services such as full-time care for children of essential...
The Harford County Public Library is encouraging the public to use its online offerings during the COVID-19 shutdown, which include online sign-up for a digital library card and expanded access to Ancestry.com,...