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In what might be a sign that making room for BRACers might not always make Harford County residents happy, voters in Aberdeen yesterday defeated an annexation that would have brought more housing to the area. According to the...
This morning's Washington Post has a story that says Maryland math teachers are gathering today to consider a another new way to teach math to students. It's called Curriculum Focal Points and it's being pushed by the National...
Aberdeen voters go to the polls today to decide whether to allow the city to annex 523 acres to make room for a development of more than 1,000 homes that is expected to house some of the the thousands...
As the parent of a Harford County schools student, snow days always fill me with dread. I'm from Milwaukee where snow only kept us home from school when it piled up several feet in a short amount of time....
(Update 12/3: The Bel Air town planning department reports the Bel Air Christmas Parade 2007 won't be rescheduled. They'll just try again next year.)(Update 12:50 p.m. Dec. 2 -- The Bel Air Police Department reports The Bel Air Christmas...
A note home in my third grader's backpack yesterday tells me that the Forest Lakes Elementary School PTA is postponing its Monday night meeting so that parents can instead attend the final zoning hearing on the new shopping center...
A story in today's Baltimore Sun says that the creators of Darth Vader himself have trained their sights on an Abingdon, Maryland firm selling Lightsabers on its website , which it says "looks...
I guess it really is time to start making New Year's Eve plans. I had just ordered my family's tickets to the "Noon" Year's Eve party at the Bel Air Athletic Club when I received this press release from...
Christmas decorations are going up fast and furious in my Bel Air neighborhood. I think I have global warming to thank for that. I remember a couple of years ago when hanging icicle lights turned my fingers into icicles....
I took eej's advice and decided to brave Harford Mall on Black Friday (mostly because I felt like jumping into the holiday fray). She was right. It's been quite made over. If you can ignore the food court ruins...