After a wave of criticism, Harford County schools Superintendent Barbara Canavan has announced that the ban on student travel to Baltimore City has been lifted.
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Harford County students will miss out on visiting the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Walters, the National Aquarium, the birthplace and grave of Edgar Allan Poe, and Fort McHenry, among many other Baltimore-area attractions. That’s because Harford County administrators have banned all field trips to Baltimore City locations for the indefinite future, citing safety concerns.
A week after she disappeared, Madisan Leigh Campbell is still missing. The Harford County Sheriff’s Office continues to ask the public’s help in locating the 16-year-old girl.
It just doesn’t get any better than an evening spent stretched out on a picnic blanket taking in great music in the warm summer air. Well—actually, it does. When you place that exact scenario in the middle of the world-renowned Ladew Gardens, you’ve pretty much found a recipe for summer time bliss. We love Ladew Gardens’ summer concert series, Groovin’ in the Grass, every year, but this year’s line-up sparkles with even greater variety—everything from classic hits you’ll be singing along with to Latin beats that may just have you up and dancing in the grass. The concert series kicks off June 15th with The Crawdaddies. These perennial favorites kick off the season with their upbeat Cajun/Zydeco blend that makes for an absolutely perfect Father’s Day celebration. We’ll be first in line the following week for Pyscho Killers—a Talking Heads tribute band that promises to take us on a musical journey through the expansive catalog of one of the most unique bands in rock and roll history.
Yesterday morning brought freaky, nonstop emergency action for our Joppa-Magnolia volunteer firefighter heroes, with three huge crises landing like life-threatening dominoes before lunch — you may remember these inspiring citizens from last week’s back-to-back fox-rescue reports. So here’s what happened!
Once in a while Harford County Volunteer Firefighters get a frantic request from a resident whose cat is stuck up a tree or trapped in a gutter, and they’re happy to rescue the terrified pet, according to Lieutenant Volunteer Firefighter John Terrell, 30. But it’s a much rarer moment when a 9-1-1 call comes through like the one the Joppa-Magnolia Volunteer Fire Station received around 10 Tuesday night from a development in Edgewood: Help! Wild baby fox trapped at the bottom of a storm drain.
Robbing a bank is always a losing proposition, right? John Dillinger, Bonnie and Clyde — it catches up to you, right? Well, last year a couple guys thought maybe they could pull one off in Harford County without getting caught, and so far they have.