With the start of this year’s football season, a certain excitement surrounds the JV football program as a new face has joined the team: freshman Moreen Hanna. Hanna plays positions on both offensive and defensive sides of the ball, lining up at tight end on offense and playing […]
The 2018 Walk to End Alzheimer’s was held in Centennial Park on Sept. 22. Senior Chris Vandervat, junior Nick Brogan and sophomores Samantha Yakatis and Leah Reineck had the honor of singing the National Anthem to kick off the event. “We learned about [the event] two weeks ago,” […]
National Suicide Prevention Week, from Sept. 9 to 15, is a week to inform communities across the country about the identifying signs of suicidal behavior. The goal is not only to talk to the public, but also to help those who need support and guidance. Mt. Hebron High […]
On Sept. 20, the Cleveland Browns ended an infamous losing streak by winning a game for the first time in 635 days on their home field at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. The Browns defeated the New York Jets 21-17, giving them their first win since Barack Obama […]
On Sept. 18, Mt. Hebron got a surprise visit from Howard County Public School System Superintendent, Dr. Michael Martirano. During his trip to Mt. Hebron, Dr. Martirano gave insights on his upcoming projects and explained his moral purpose to the work he does. “I’m in charge of a […]
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