Howard County is starting 2019 with a new era of leadership in emergency response agencies. Last month, Howard County Executive, Calvin Ball, named Christine Uhlhorn the first female fire chief in Howard County. Now, in Jan. 2019, Ball named veteran Lisa Myers the first African American police chief […]
On Jan. 16, students and staff members from Mt. Hebron’s Best Buddies group attended a “Super Bowl” event at Bowlero in Columbia, Mayland. The group participated in a bowling event and socialized with students in the “Best Buddies” club from other county schools. The event was run to […]
On Sunday, Jan. 6th, the 76th annual Golden Globes premiered on NBC. The award show recognizes outstanding achievements in film and television. This year’s show was hosted by comedian Andy Samberg and actress Sandra Oh. Before the awards, there was the traditional red carpet show with the stars […]
Senior shooting guard Brandon Prox has recently etched his name into Mt. Hebron Basketball’s history. On Jan. 16, Prox scored his 1000th point in his high school basketball career with the Vikings. This was a part of Prox’s 30-point night against the Scorpions of Oakland Mills. The milestone […]
The United States government has been partially shut down for 31 days due to disagreements over the funding of President Donald Trump’s border wall. This marks the longest government shutdown in American history, having surpassed the 21-day shutdown in 1995 to 1996 during the Clinton Administration. The shutdown, […]
The Maryland Society for Educational Technology, or MSET, honors leaders and teachers every year for innovative and practical uses of technology in school. This year, two Mt. Hebron teachers, Career Technology Education (CTE) teacher David Lucania and science teacher Christina Rosendorf, have both been nominated for the award. […]
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