LOCAL NEWS

Director of National Drug Control Policy addresses students

Director of National Drug Control Policy addresses students

On November 14th, Acting Director of National Drug Control Policy Richard J. Baum spoke with students representing SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) chapters from Annapolis High, Archbishop Spalding, Broadneck High, Glen Burnie High, Key School, Meade High and South River High. “We’re losing more than 60,000 people per year to drug overdose, but if we […]

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Israeli tech firm to open US headquarters in Maryland

Israeli tech firm to open US headquarters in Maryland

Governor Larry Hogan has announced that Sesame EnableTM, an Israel-based technology firm, has opened its United States headquarters in Bethesda near the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Governor Hogan met with company executives in 2016 as part of the administration’s economic development and trade mission to Israel, where the governor promoted Maryland as the […]

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Teen dies after being shot in head in Annapolis, police identify victim

Teen dies after being shot in head in Annapolis, police identify victim

This is an update to a story originally published last night about a shooting in the Eastport section of Annapolis. The victim of the shooting, Terry Bosley, 17, of Annapolis, died from his injuries. Detectives believe that Terry was killed by someone he knew.  This is an active investigation and we urge anyone with information […]

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Teen in critical condition after being shot in head in Eastport section of Annapolis

Teen in critical condition after being shot in head in Eastport section of Annapolis

On November 18th at 4:55 p.m. officers responded to President Street between Van Buren Street and Monroe Street for a report of a shooting.  Officers found a seventeen year old male victim, from Annapolis, suffering from at least one gun shot. This is an active and fluid investigation, but after an initial investigation detectives believe […]

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CRIME

Teen dies after being shot in head in Annapolis, police identify victim

Teen dies after being shot in head in Annapolis, police identify victim

This is an update to a story originally published last night about a shooting in the Eastport section of Annapolis. The victim of the shooting, Terry Bosley, 17, of Annapolis, died from his injuries. Detectives believe that Terry was killed by someone he knew.  This is an active investigation and we urge anyone with information […]

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Teen in critical condition after being shot in head in Eastport section of Annapolis

Teen in critical condition after being shot in head in Eastport section of Annapolis

On November 18th at 4:55 p.m. officers responded to President Street between Van Buren Street and Monroe Street for a report of a shooting.  Officers found a seventeen year old male victim, from Annapolis, suffering from at least one gun shot. This is an active and fluid investigation, but after an initial investigation detectives believe […]

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Drug Court to graduate 6 more participants on Monday!

Drug Court to graduate 6 more participants on Monday!

Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney Wes Adams announced today that the Circuit Court Drug Treatment Court will graduate 6 more participants for 2017 on Monday, November 20th, at 2:00 pm in Annapolis Circuit Courtroom 4C. Rev. Valie Leonard, founder of the Light of Truth Center, will serve as the keynote speaker. “Drug Court graduation is […]

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Anne Arundel County contributes $20,000 to reward for killer of Baltimore Police detective

Anne Arundel County contributes $20,000 to reward for killer of Baltimore Police detective

At the direction of Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh and Police Chief Timothy Altomare, the Anne Arundel County Police Department will pledge a $20,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the killer responsible for the death of Baltimore City Police Detective Sean Suiter. “Every Anne Arundel County citizen stands […]

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EVENTS

Small Business Saturday returns to Annapolis on November 25th

Small Business Saturday returns to Annapolis on November 25th

Small Business Saturday on November 25th gives you the opportunity to show your love for the businesses that make Annapolis unique. This nationwide event is always the Saturday after Thanksgiving. The day gives shoppers a less stressful way to shop after the Black Friday rush. The downtown Annapolis business area is a perfect place to […]

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Special screening of the film,  13th,  at Maryland Hall

Special screening of the film, 13th, at Maryland Hall

A screening of the award-winning film 13th followed by a panel discussion, is slated for Friday, December 1st from 6:30 to 9:30 pm at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts in Annapolis. Admission is free but participants must register at www.mdhall.org. 13th, a documentary by Ava DuVernay, director of Selma, explores the intersection of race, […]

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Mark your calendar for the 3rd Annual Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival

Mark your calendar for the 3rd Annual Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival

Everyone loves chocolate and Annapolis’ will be celebrating by filling West Street with local chocolatiers ready to help chocoholics get through the holiday season. On Sunday December 3rd from noon to 5pm on the first blocks of West Street will be the third annual Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival, featuring family friendly entertainment, chocolate, holiday shopping […]

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Christmastime in Annapolis and beyond

Christmastime in Annapolis and beyond

Magical. That’s the word that best describes Annapolis and Anne Arundel County at Christmastime. Green garlands, red ribbons and white lights adorn the homes and storefronts of the City’s centuries-old Historic District, creating the cozy feel of a small European town – complete with caroling in the streets, a boat parade along the waters, candlelit […]

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AREA BUSINESSES

Small Business Saturday returns to Annapolis on November 25th

Small Business Saturday returns to Annapolis on November 25th

Small Business Saturday on November 25th gives you the opportunity to show your love for the businesses that make Annapolis unique. This nationwide event is always the Saturday after Thanksgiving. The day gives shoppers a less stressful way to shop after the Black Friday rush. The downtown Annapolis business area is a perfect place to […]

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Mark your calendar for the 3rd Annual Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival

Mark your calendar for the 3rd Annual Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival

Everyone loves chocolate and Annapolis’ will be celebrating by filling West Street with local chocolatiers ready to help chocoholics get through the holiday season. On Sunday December 3rd from noon to 5pm on the first blocks of West Street will be the third annual Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival, featuring family friendly entertainment, chocolate, holiday shopping […]

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HeimLantz wins chamber’s Don Riddle Corporate Citizenship Award

HeimLantz wins chamber’s Don Riddle Corporate Citizenship Award

HeimLantz CPAs and Advisors is pleased to announce our being granted the 2017 Business Hall of Fame Don Riddle Corporate Citizenship Award presented by the Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce. “We are proud to have earned this distinguished award,” said Carter Heim. “This is a true demonstration of the dedication and support this firm […]

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Crosby Marketing Communications continues to grow

Crosby Marketing Communications continues to grow

Crosby Marketing Communications has welcomed two new members to its growing staff of 78 professionals. Kelly Heritage and Jimithy Hawkins have been hired to support the agency’s three specialized practice areas of Healthcare, Government, and Nonprofits & Causes. Kelly Heritage joins Crosby as an Integration Director and will manage communications and outreach programs for Military […]

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PODCAST

Daily News Brief | November 17, 2017

Daily News Brief | November 17, 2017

Give us about ten minutes a day and we will give you all the local news, local sports, local weather, and local events you can handle. Today…a Baltimore City police officers dies from his wounds, an MS-13 gang member from Annapolis is identified, Lord & Taylor to close Annapolis Mall store in April, a challenger […]

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Daily News Brief | November 16, 2017

Daily News Brief | November 16, 2017

Give us about ten minutes a day and we will give you all the local news, local sports, local weather, and local events you can handle. Today…a Baltimore Police detective fights for his life, Anne Arundel County police offer reward in double homicide, a teacher caught selling drugs in a high school, OC looks to […]

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Daily News Brief | November 15, 2017

Daily News Brief | November 15, 2017

Give us about ten minutes a day and we will give you all the local news, local sports, local weather, and local events you can handle. Today…Annapolis chief of historic preservation calls it quits, BWI has some changes for holiday travelers, the Annapolis election is finally final, Hogan rides high and Peroutka lends support to […]

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Daily News Brief | November 14, 2017

Daily News Brief | November 14, 2017

Give us about ten minutes a day and we will give you all the local news, local sports, local weather, and local events you can handle. Today…grants, grants and more grants. A new restaurant in Annapolis, Baltimore PC Davis is pissed, and the Ravens stand a slight chance at a playoff spot. And of course, […]

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COLUMNS & OPINIONS

Guest Column: Despite sidewalks, Forest Drive is not safe for middle schoolers

Guest Column: Despite sidewalks, Forest Drive is not safe for middle schoolers

So I went to a meeting last night whose sole purpose was to INFORM concerned parents that the safety of our children has been trumped by the measurements from satellites on how far away the middle school is from their communities. Sheila Finlayson was there to pride herself on informing the community…. months if not […]

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Guest Column: Setting the record straight on some false Ward 5 claims

Guest Column: Setting the record straight on some false Ward 5 claims

Marc Rodriguez is running to be our next Alderman representing Ward 5 on the Annapolis City Council. Since he launched his campaign in February, Marc has been steadfast in his commitment to run a positive campaign based on his record of service in the community and his ideas for how to make Ward 5 and […]

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OPINION: Did Schuh and Kipke ruin my predictions?

OPINION: Did Schuh and Kipke ruin my predictions?

Before the primary, I made some predictions as to the outcome of the Annapolis City primary and general election. Until this morning, I was sticking with them. There were some bold predictions, but when asked, I still thought I was on target. This morning, The Capital revealed that County Executive Steve Schuh and Pasadena Delegate […]

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Grants up to $300K available for watershed restoration in Anne Arundel County

Grants up to $300K available for watershed restoration in Anne Arundel County

The Anne Arundel County Watershed Protection and Restoration Program (WPRP), a division of the Department of Public Works, and the Chesapeake Bay Trust announce a grant opportunity to support watershed restoration projects in Anne Arundel County. Proposals for both small-scale and large-scale water quality improvement projects are eligible for consideration, with grants ranging from $20,000 […]

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Director of National Drug Control Policy addresses students

Director of National Drug Control Policy addresses students

| November 19, 2017

On November 14th, Acting Director of National Drug Control Policy Richard J. Baum spoke with students representing SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) chapters from Annapolis High, Archbishop Spalding, Broadneck High, Glen Burnie High, Key School, Meade High and South River High. “We’re losing more than 60,000 people per year to drug overdose, but if we […]

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Israeli tech firm to open US headquarters in Maryland

Israeli tech firm to open US headquarters in Maryland

| November 19, 2017

Governor Larry Hogan has announced that Sesame EnableTM, an Israel-based technology firm, has opened its United States headquarters in Bethesda near the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Governor Hogan met with company executives in 2016 as part of the administration’s economic development and trade mission to Israel, where the governor promoted Maryland as the […]

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Get on out and volunteer

Get on out and volunteer

| November 19, 2017

Many Volunteer positions are available through the Anne Arundel County Volunteer Center. If you do not see an opportunity below that fits your needs, contact the Volunteer Center at [email protected] or 410-897-9207. Check our Website: www.aacvc.org. A few current volunteer opportunities are listed below. Annapolis Jaycees – Hanging of the Greens 2017 Volunteers are needed […]

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Teen dies after being shot in head in Annapolis, police identify victim

Teen dies after being shot in head in Annapolis, police identify victim

| November 19, 2017

This is an update to a story originally published last night about a shooting in the Eastport section of Annapolis. The victim of the shooting, Terry Bosley, 17, of Annapolis, died from his injuries. Detectives believe that Terry was killed by someone he knew.  This is an active investigation and we urge anyone with information […]

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Teen in critical condition after being shot in head in Eastport section of Annapolis

Teen in critical condition after being shot in head in Eastport section of Annapolis

| November 18, 2017

On November 18th at 4:55 p.m. officers responded to President Street between Van Buren Street and Monroe Street for a report of a shooting.  Officers found a seventeen year old male victim, from Annapolis, suffering from at least one gun shot. This is an active and fluid investigation, but after an initial investigation detectives believe […]

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Drug Court to graduate 6 more participants on Monday!

Drug Court to graduate 6 more participants on Monday!

| November 18, 2017

Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney Wes Adams announced today that the Circuit Court Drug Treatment Court will graduate 6 more participants for 2017 on Monday, November 20th, at 2:00 pm in Annapolis Circuit Courtroom 4C. Rev. Valie Leonard, founder of the Light of Truth Center, will serve as the keynote speaker. “Drug Court graduation is […]

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Maryland’s SHA ready for winter weather

Maryland’s SHA ready for winter weather

| November 18, 2017

The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) today held its annual “Snow Show” events today at the Statewide Operations Center in Anne Arundel County and its Fairland Maintenance Facility in Silver Spring, Montgomery County. MDOT SHA is fully stocked with material and equipment is ready to keep Maryland’s roads and bridges safe […]

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Franchot wraps up Reform on Tap task force

Franchot wraps up Reform on Tap task force

| November 18, 2017

Comptroller Peter Franchot today released his Maryland Craft Beer: A World Without Limits Report of Findings after a comprehensive look into the brewing, distribution and sales of Maryland craft beer.  The report was presented at the final meeting of his Reform on Tap Task Force and after six months of presentations, discussions and fact finding […]

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Small Business Saturday returns to Annapolis on November 25th

Small Business Saturday returns to Annapolis on November 25th

| November 18, 2017

Small Business Saturday on November 25th gives you the opportunity to show your love for the businesses that make Annapolis unique. This nationwide event is always the Saturday after Thanksgiving. The day gives shoppers a less stressful way to shop after the Black Friday rush. The downtown Annapolis business area is a perfect place to […]

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Anne Arundel County contributes $20,000 to reward for killer of Baltimore Police detective

Anne Arundel County contributes $20,000 to reward for killer of Baltimore Police detective

| November 17, 2017

At the direction of Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh and Police Chief Timothy Altomare, the Anne Arundel County Police Department will pledge a $20,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the killer responsible for the death of Baltimore City Police Detective Sean Suiter. “Every Anne Arundel County citizen stands […]

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AACPS puts bus route cancellation on ice for Annapolis and Severna Park communities

AACPS puts bus route cancellation on ice for Annapolis and Severna Park communities

| November 17, 2017

Superintendent George Arlotto today announced the postponement of bus transportation changes for middle school students in four Annapolis communities and a community in Severna Park. Earlier this year, students in Annapolis’ Newtowne, Greenbriar, Woodside Gardens, and Annapolis Walks communities as well as the Sabrina Park community in Severna Park were told that bus service would […]

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AYC announces to new races for 2018

AYC announces to new races for 2018

| November 17, 2017

Annapolis Yacht Club is pleased to announce two new races for 2018, thereby increasing the weekend racing options for boat owners throughout the mid-Chesapeake Bay. AYC plans to get the season started with a bang by hosting a Spring Race to Oxford on Saturday, May 12. An early morning start near Thomas Point Light will […]

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Crofton High School is officially under construction

Crofton High School is officially under construction

| November 17, 2017

County Executive Steve Schuh, Superintendent George Arlotto and other county officials this afternoon broke ground on the new Crofton Area High School. “Welcome to history. After decades of waiting, Crofton residents finally will have a first-class high school for their community,” said Schuh. “Crofton High School is a perfect example of our initiative to accelerate […]

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Special screening of the film,  13th,  at Maryland Hall

Special screening of the film, 13th, at Maryland Hall

| November 17, 2017

A screening of the award-winning film 13th followed by a panel discussion, is slated for Friday, December 1st from 6:30 to 9:30 pm at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts in Annapolis. Admission is free but participants must register at www.mdhall.org. 13th, a documentary by Ava DuVernay, director of Selma, explores the intersection of race, […]

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Daily News Brief | November 17, 2017

Daily News Brief | November 17, 2017

| November 17, 2017

Give us about ten minutes a day and we will give you all the local news, local sports, local weather, and local events you can handle. Today…a Baltimore City police officers dies from his wounds, an MS-13 gang member from Annapolis is identified, Lord & Taylor to close Annapolis Mall store in April, a challenger […]

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Mark your calendar for the 3rd Annual Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival

Mark your calendar for the 3rd Annual Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival

| November 17, 2017

Everyone loves chocolate and Annapolis’ will be celebrating by filling West Street with local chocolatiers ready to help chocoholics get through the holiday season. On Sunday December 3rd from noon to 5pm on the first blocks of West Street will be the third annual Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival, featuring family friendly entertainment, chocolate, holiday shopping […]

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Christmastime in Annapolis and beyond

Christmastime in Annapolis and beyond

| November 16, 2017

Magical. That’s the word that best describes Annapolis and Anne Arundel County at Christmastime. Green garlands, red ribbons and white lights adorn the homes and storefronts of the City’s centuries-old Historic District, creating the cozy feel of a small European town – complete with caroling in the streets, a boat parade along the waters, candlelit […]

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NRBQ and Uriah Heap at Rams Head On Stage!

NRBQ and Uriah Heap at Rams Head On Stage!

| November 16, 2017

Rams Head On Stage is a little taste of Nashville, New Orleans, and Austin all rolled up in one!  A small, intimate venue where no seat is more than 48 feet from the stage. A small venue that packs a big punch with top national acts 364 days a year.  Check out the latest shows […]

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Guest Column: Despite sidewalks, Forest Drive is not safe for middle schoolers

Guest Column: Despite sidewalks, Forest Drive is not safe for middle schoolers

| November 16, 2017

So I went to a meeting last night whose sole purpose was to INFORM concerned parents that the safety of our children has been trumped by the measurements from satellites on how far away the middle school is from their communities. Sheila Finlayson was there to pride herself on informing the community…. months if not […]

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Preliminary line up announced for the 20th Chesapeake Bay Blues Festival

Preliminary line up announced for the 20th Chesapeake Bay Blues Festival

| November 16, 2017

Chesapeake Bay Events has announced  a partial lineup for the 2018 Chesapeake Bay Blues Festival (CBBF), being held at Sandy Point State Park in Annapolis Maryland.  ” I believe that we have assembled some of the finest blues musicians touring today to celebrate our 20th year!” states Don Hooker, festival promoter. Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band […]

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Daily News Brief | November 16, 2017

Daily News Brief | November 16, 2017

| November 16, 2017

Give us about ten minutes a day and we will give you all the local news, local sports, local weather, and local events you can handle. Today…a Baltimore Police detective fights for his life, Anne Arundel County police offer reward in double homicide, a teacher caught selling drugs in a high school, OC looks to […]

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New member Open House for the Junior League

New member Open House for the Junior League

| November 16, 2017

Junior League of Annapolis, Inc. (JLA) invites women in the community who are interested in learning more about joining the Junior League to attend their New Member Open House on Wednesday, December 6th from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM at the JLA Community Room (130 Lubrano Drive Suite L-101 Annapolis, MD 21401). All women over […]

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Temporary new rules to ease traffic at BWI go into effect today

Temporary new rules to ease traffic at BWI go into effect today

| November 15, 2017

Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport today announced several changes to prevent traffic congestion along the terminal roadway during the holiday season. “With the start of the holiday season, we want to provide a high level of service for our customers,” said Ricky Smith, the airport’s Executive Director. “We are making several temporary changes to help […]

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Police offering $10,000 reward for info on Brooklyn Park double homicide

Police offering $10,000 reward for info on Brooklyn Park double homicide

| November 15, 2017

The Anne Arundel County Police Department is offering up to a ten thousand dollar ($10,000.00) reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for the shooting death of Darrell Blowe and Kesa Baker. Homicide detectives are aware witnesses might be more likely to come forward and discuss the event due […]

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ALS Artisan Boutique returns for 15th year

ALS Artisan Boutique returns for 15th year

| November 15, 2017

Unlike some people, Nancy Wright received a quick diagnosis. Her symptoms began with a drop in her big toe, followed by stumbling and ultimately tumbling to the ground. The diagnosis was ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. Mrs. Wright weakened quickly and in a matter of months went from using a cane, to a […]

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North Arundel Aquatic Center to get a $1M upgrade

North Arundel Aquatic Center to get a $1M upgrade

| November 15, 2017

Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh  announced the County will invest more than $1 million to improve the North Arundel Aquatic Center on Crain Highway in Glen Burnie. “This investment will continue to improve the quality life for those who enjoy swimming in North County,” said Schuh. “Day by day, we are continuing to deliver […]

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Daily News Brief | November 15, 2017

Daily News Brief | November 15, 2017

| November 15, 2017

Give us about ten minutes a day and we will give you all the local news, local sports, local weather, and local events you can handle. Today…Annapolis chief of historic preservation calls it quits, BWI has some changes for holiday travelers, the Annapolis election is finally final, Hogan rides high and Peroutka lends support to […]

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Free movie streaming for AACPL card holders

Free movie streaming for AACPL card holders

| November 15, 2017

The popular on-demand video streaming service Kanopy is now available for free to all Anne Arundel County Public Library card holders. Customers can sign up for the service and start streaming up to 10 films per month by visiting aacpl.kanopy.com.            Kanopy showcases more than 30,000 titles, including award-winning documentaries and acclaimed foreign films, rare and […]

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County gets $738K grant to fight gang and youth violence

County gets $738K grant to fight gang and youth violence

| November 14, 2017

Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh has announced the County has been awarded a three-year Safe and Thriving Communities Grant of $738,000 by the U.S. Department of Justice to help combat gang and youth violence. “Anne Arundel County stands united in our efforts to build greater community understanding and acceptance,” said Schuh. “This grant from […]

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HeimLantz wins chamber’s Don Riddle Corporate Citizenship Award

HeimLantz wins chamber’s Don Riddle Corporate Citizenship Award

| November 14, 2017

HeimLantz CPAs and Advisors is pleased to announce our being granted the 2017 Business Hall of Fame Don Riddle Corporate Citizenship Award presented by the Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce. “We are proud to have earned this distinguished award,” said Carter Heim. “This is a true demonstration of the dedication and support this firm […]

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Crosby Marketing Communications continues to grow

Crosby Marketing Communications continues to grow

| November 14, 2017

Crosby Marketing Communications has welcomed two new members to its growing staff of 78 professionals. Kelly Heritage and Jimithy Hawkins have been hired to support the agency’s three specialized practice areas of Healthcare, Government, and Nonprofits & Causes. Kelly Heritage joins Crosby as an Integration Director and will manage communications and outreach programs for Military […]

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Arnett and Paone prevail in Annapolis election canvassing, both to retain their seats

Arnett and Paone prevail in Annapolis election canvassing, both to retain their seats

| November 14, 2017

Incumbent Aldermen Fred Paone (R-Ward 2) and Ross Arnett (D-Ward 8) have retained their seats after all absentee and provisional votes were counted. Prior to the canvass, Paone held a slim 18 vote lead over challenger Kurt Riegel. After the canvass, Riegel trailed Paone by 42 votes allowing Paone to retain the seat. Final count […]

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New Blood Pressure Goal: 130/80

New Blood Pressure Goal: 130/80

| November 14, 2017

High blood pressure is the 2nd leading cause of preventable death in the US, only surpassed by cigarette smoking. We all know smoking is dangerous now we really need to understand the danger of high blood pressure.  The new recommendations, published Monday,  come from a team of over 20 independent scientific researchers reviewing over 900 […]

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Daily News Brief | November 14, 2017

Daily News Brief | November 14, 2017

| November 14, 2017

Give us about ten minutes a day and we will give you all the local news, local sports, local weather, and local events you can handle. Today…grants, grants and more grants. A new restaurant in Annapolis, Baltimore PC Davis is pissed, and the Ravens stand a slight chance at a playoff spot. And of course, […]

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Baysox accepting nominations and donations for Louie’s 11th Annual Holiday Hope Project

Baysox accepting nominations and donations for Louie’s 11th Annual Holiday Hope Project

| November 14, 2017

The Bowie Baysox have announced  that Louie’s Holiday Hope Project will return for the 11th year to brighten the holiday season for local families in need. Beginning now and continuing through early December, the team will be accepting nominations for families that need assistance this holiday season. The Baysox will also be collecting gently used […]

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Let’s talk about Pneumonia

Let’s talk about Pneumonia

| November 13, 2017

One of my least favorite words is “pneumonia.”  I’m going to elaborate a little on exactly why I don’t like that word, and why it’s a pretty common problem with a lot of voodoo that surrounds it. So I’ll get the complaints about the name out of my system first, then we can move on to some […]

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