Edgewood And Harford County News

Edgewood And Harford County News

  • Harford executive issues order consolidating divisions of budget, efficiency   (April 19, 2019)

    Harford County Executive Barry Glassman has issued an executive order to combine the divisions of Budget and Management Research and Efficiency and Innovation, creating a new Division of Budget and Efficiency. The order was presented April 16 to the Harford County Council — the body did not take…

  • Havre de Grace: Good Friday fish fry at Post 47; Easter egg hunt at Concord lighthouse park   (April 19, 2019)

    Happy Easter, dear readers. Easter, Sunday, April 21, is the most important holiday on the Christian calendar, celebrating Christ's resurrection from the dead, following crucifixion. It marks the end of Holy Week, the end of Lent and the last day of the Easter Triduum (Holy Thursday, Good Friday…

  • Romancing the Chrome car show canceled due to weather   (April 18, 2019)

    The eighth annual Romancing the Chrome car show, already postponed once because of weather, has been canceled. The show, the largest of its kind in northeastern Maryland featuring more than 250 classic cars and hotrods, was originally postponed from April 13 to this Saturday, April 20. On Thursday…

  • Two charged in November murder of Havre de Grace man   (April 18, 2019)

    Havre de Grace police have arrested two men for their alleged roles in the murder of a 61-year-old last November. On Thursday, police served a warrant on Joseph Daniel Parrish, 27, of the 200 block of Schmechel Street in Aberdeen. He is charged with first- and second-degree murder, retaliation…

  • Dr. Robert Hertzog, pathologist and teacher, dies   (April 18, 2019)

    Dr. Robert W. Hertzog, a retired forensic pathologist, died Monday at Hospice of Buffalo in Cheektowaga, N.Y. The former Middle River and Bel Air resident was 79. Born in Danville, Pa., he was the son of Robert Lee Hertzog, a tool and dye maker, and his wife, Thelma Isabell McKean, a homemaker….

  • Pair of Canada geese return to nest at Hickory Elementary for third straight year   (April 18, 2019)

    The squirrel is the beloved mascot of Hickory Elementary School, but a new critter has captured the hearts of the school’s staff, students and community over the past few years. Leonard and Penny, a pair of Canada geese, have taken up residence in an unassuming spot right in front of the school…

  • Harford forming Student Mental Health Council to promote mental wellness in schools, seeking applicants   (April 18, 2019)

    Harford County Public Schools Student Board Member Joshua Oltarzewski is looking for students from each middle and high school in Harford County to join him and other high schoolers serve on the new Student Mental Health Council. The council will be a group of students dedicated to promoting mental…

  • SSO, Harford Choral Society bring Mozart's 'heavenly' music to life to benefit Kaufman Cancer Center   (April 18, 2019)

    Musicians from the Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra and the Harford Choral Society will perform Mozart’s heavenly music April 28 at 3 p.m. “While in Salzburg, Austria, my wife Carol and I heard the duet ‘Sull’aria’ from Mozart’s Opera, Marriage of Figaro. It was magnificent. It appeared to be heaven-inspired,”…

  • Aberdeen: High school band wins big at national competition   (April 18, 2019)

    Congratulations to the Aberdeen High School Band for getting first place in all five competitions and categories at the national "Music in the Parks" competition at Six Flags in Atlanta. Aberdeen High went out to the competition on the weekend of April 6 and came home with a clean sweep; five trophies…

  • Bel Air grad, classmate win audience choice award at McDaniel College Innovation Challenge for money-minded app   (April 18, 2019)

    It’s not unusual for Renie Tsomos, a 21-year-old McDaniel College senior from Forest Hill, and fellow senior Marissa Funke, 22, of Long Island, New York, to have their peers ask questions or advice about personal finances or savings. “As accounting and business majors, we both notice the lack of…