Addiction stimulates crime: Heroin abuse prominent in Harford County

Katie Bemb, Reporter

April 25, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

The drug trade is the top criminal enterprise in Harford County. As a result, death rates due to heroin abuse have been climbing over the last several years. Experts have labeled heroin the number one problem drug in Harford...

Stereotypes not embraced

Jenna Damron, Business Manager

April 25, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Posters. Baseballs. Food. Prom season is nothing but stereotypical. To-do list for girls includes an amazing dress, the best shoes, the perfect tan, glamorous jewelry, a gorgeous up-do, and the perfect date. The guys...

Crippled and confused

Katie Clark, Sports Editor

April 23, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial, Showcase

Is it just me or did North Harford get hit by a bus? With the number of crutch-ed and cast-ed students I have seen in the hallways recently, I would say that it’s a pretty probable explanation. Even trying to...

Prepare for mass exodus: Harford County may push teachers over the edge

Hailey Miller, Columnist

April 23, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

While many students are focused solely on getting through fourth quarter and counting down the days until summer begins, we have started to notice we are not the only ones feeling this way. There is a pervasive lack...

Nutrition labels get much needed makeover

Cassidy Miller, Idr Editor

March 25, 2014

Filed under News, Opinion/Editorial

The F.D.A. is finally doing something productive and positive. It has been a long two decades that consumers have let their eyes pass over the ever so important and bland nutrition labels on the bottom of their food products....

18 year old honor student demands retribution from parents after they cut her off

Hailey Miller, Reporter

March 24, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Rachel Canning, 18, is suing her parents after they refused to pay for the rest of her private high school and college education as well as the lawyer fees that have come as a result of suing her parents. Canning claims...

First Lady gives advice to Bieber’s mother;

Katie Bemb, Reporter

February 28, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

The last several months, the media has been focusing their attention on Justin Bieber’s extensive drama. Many are up in arms, some even petitioning to have him deported for his unruly antics. Even Michelle Obama has commented...

North Harford Zone

Wade McCartin, Reporter

February 28, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

The winter of 2014 has been a tough one for Harford County; residents from Aberdeen to Norrisville have been the victims of heavy snowfall since December. Harford County Public Schools have already reached their maximum of snow...

Divorcing America’s standard family

VIEWPOINT

February 28, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Behind the closed doors and properly trimmed hedges of suburbia, America’s standard family is disappearing. It’s true that families have evolved over time. Goodbye, stuffy arranged marriages. Hello, romance and...

Without the heart of a soldier, America is nothing

Hailey Miller, Columnist

February 26, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Why does our society believe that $1,900,000 should go to a man who can run up and down a football field catching a ball, yet only $99,000 goes to an active duty soldier who is risking his life to serve and protect our country? ...

Opinion/Editorial