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WIC participants should contact their local WIC office, and non-WIC participants should check for eligibility; do not dilute formula Baltimore, MD – The Maryland Department of Health (MDH) announced resources available for Maryland families impacted by the national infant formula shortages. Since the February recall of several infant formula products and current shortages, MDH has been working with partners to provide …Continue reading
By Josh Kurtz April 27, 2022 At last, the district lines are cast in stone. The filing deadline is in the rearview mirror. So it’s time to look ahead to some of the most competitive legislative primaries on the ballot July 19. With fewer and fewer purple legislative districts in the state, much of the action over the last few election …Continue reading
Epilepsy News From: Thursday, April 14, 2022 Seizure Safe Schools Legislation Now Passed in 15 States Bowie, Md., April 14, 2022 — Epilepsy Foundation announced today that Governor Larry Hogan signed Brynleigh’s Act (Senate Bill 299) into law on April 12 making Maryland the 15th state in the country to pass Seizure Safe Schools legislation. The bill is named after 8-year-old Brynleigh Shillinger who …Continue reading
By Jane Bellmyer [email protected] Apr 19, 2022 ELKTON — He was best known as the Mayor of Elkton for 20 years, but James “Jimmy” Crouse also helped form Elkton Alliance, served in the Maryland House of Delegates and worked for Union Hospital for decades, not to mention his service on banking and advisory boards, commissions and the Cecil County Board …Continue reading
By Hannah GaskillJosh Kurtz January 28, 2022 Harford County’s District 34 Senate race will be one to watch this year, as both the Republican and Democratic nominations are contested following the decision by Del. Mary Ann Lisanti (D) to seek the seat. “I’ve been thinking about it since I was a page in the Maryland Senate in high school,” she said …Continue reading
CELEBRATE INCLUSION! The United States Olympic Committee has formally changed its name to the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee! What a great day to be a para-athlete!”
So wrote Timonium’s Becca Meyers, U.S. Paralympian who is deaf and blind, on her Instagram on June 20, 2019. She could look forward to getting Paralympic prize money from the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) — $37,500 for each gold medal, $22,500 for every silver, and $15,000 for a bronze — in the 2020 Paralympics in Tokyo.Continue reading
May 15—David R. Craig Park in Havre de Grace will look different later this year as a monument to Harford County’s only Medal of Honor recipient will be built there.
The monument will commemorate Sgt. Alfred B. Hilton, a Black soldier who fought for the Union in the Civil War. His legacy will be set in stone — literally — later this year with the construction of a monument in his honor.Continue reading
David R. Craig Park in Havre de Grace will look different later this year as a monument to Harford County’s only Medal of Honor recipient will be built there.
The monument will commemorate Sgt. Alfred B. Hilton, a Black soldier who fought for the Union in the Civil War. His legacy will be set in stone — literally — later this year with the construction of a monument in his honor.
David R. Craig Park in Havre de Grace will look different later this year as a monument to Harford County’s only Medal of Honor recipient will be built there.Continue reading
Nearly a year after the enactment of Connor and Raina’s Law, which allows students prescribed medical cannabis to take their medication in school, Havre de Grace leaders celebrated the accomplishment with one of the law’s two namesakes, 16-year-old resident Connor Sheffield.
“I am still here today because of medical cannabis,” Sheffield, a junior at Havre de Grace High School, said last week as he and his family were honored by the mayor and City Council.
Connor and Raina’s Law was adopted by the Maryland General Assembly in 2020. According to one of its chief sponsors in Annapolis, it is slated to be a model for other states as they work on policies related to youths and medical cannabis.Continue reading