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Maryland man pleads guilty to misdemeanor 'parading' charge in Capitol riot

WASHINGTON — A Harford County, Maryland, man agreed to plead guilty this week to one misdemeanor count of parading in connection with the Capitol riot. Robert Reeder, 55, appeared before U.S. District Judge Thomas F. Hogan on Wednesday with his attorney, Robert Bonsib. Reeder was arrested in February and charged with four counts, including violent entry and disorderly conduct in a Capitol building.
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Harford County State of Emergency to end on July 1st

BEL AIR -- On June 15, Harford County Executive Barry Glassman signed an executive order that will lift the local state of emergency effective on July 1st. The action is in line with Maryland Governor Larry Hogan's guidelines on lifting state of emergency procedures throughout the state. “We continue to...
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P-TECH Dual Enrollment Offers Head Start on Tech Careers

(TNS) — Harford Community College instructor Austin Hill posed a challenging question to the Joppatowne High School students in a recent computer information systems class he was leading: Would they be willing to pay to access websites or apps — which currently can be used for free — if it meant their personal data would not be provided to third parties?
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Harford County man pleads guilty in federal court to entering the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6

A Maryland man who entered the U.S. Capital during the Jan. 6 insurrection, but who was also recorded telling rioters “do not destroy anything,” and seemingly trying to help police at one point during the siege, has pleaded guilty to illegally entering the building. Robert Maurice Reeder, of Harford County, faces up to six months in prison for a federal charge of entering the Capitol in ...
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Drone Police Unit Takes Off in Harford County, Md.

(TNS) — Though the grass at the Harford County Sheriff's Office southern precinct was being mowed Wednesday, the sound similar to a distant weed whacker did not belong to any piece of yard equipment. Rather, its source was a drone high in the air until beckoned down and onto a small orange landing pad.
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Harford County Public Schools lifts mask mandate starting July 1

HARFORD COUNTY, MD (WBFF) - Starting July 1, masks will no longer be required at Harford County Public Schools and offices. The announcement follows Governor Larry Hogan’s announcement that Maryland’s COVID-19 State of Emergency will end the same day. The district says at all in-person summer school and summer programs...
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Hosanna Community House to celebrate Juneteenth with a virtual event featuring author Velma Maia Thomas

The Hosanna Community House is hosting its Juneteenth Celebration Festival virtually. The theme is “Celebrating the Black Family” and the keynote speaker is award-winning author and scholar Velma Maia Thomas. The online event is 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. June 19. To register, visit https://www.hosannaschoolmuseum.org/juneteenth-celebration. Admission to the program that...
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Harford County schools will lift mask mandate following governor's announcement

Harford County Public Schools will lift their mask mandate for staff and students beginning July 1 following Gov. Larry Hogan's announcement Tuesday. On Tuesday, Hogan announced that the state of emergency and mask mandate will be lifted effective July 1 for the state of Maryland. As of July 1, Harford County Public Schools will adhere to the Governor’s announcement and will remove the mask mandate in all HCPS schools and offices.
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Volun-Teen is accepting donations for homeless care kits

BEL AIR, HARFORD COUNTY — Volun-Teen has kicked off its latest summer project to help the Harford County community. The non-profit is putting together care kits for the homeless. Each bag is filled with hygiene products like shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, and deodorant. Volun-Teen hopes to collect enough supplies to make...