LOCAL NEWS

Walk the Walk Foundation plans its 2nd Annual Walk

Walk the Walk Foundation plans its 2nd Annual Walk

Walk the Walk Foundation (WTWF) invites the community to join them in making a positive difference in the lives of Anne Arundel county’s children in need by participating in The Walk, a fundraising event at the Waugh Chapel Towne Centre on Thursday, May 11th, from 6-8 p.m. Registration is now open at www.wtwf.org for individuals […]

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Summer camps on tap at Annapolis Maritime Museum

Summer camps on tap at Annapolis Maritime Museum

This summer, the Annapolis Maritime Museum will expand its Summer Camp programming to include camps for children from Kindergarten through 8th grade. Summer Camp with the Annapolis Maritime Museum allows children to be themselves, learn new skills, and make new friends as they form a connection to the Chesapeake Bay. The new urban ecology park, located […]

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Burritos for breakfast?  Yes, it’s the 4th Annual Burritos for Beds at Chevy’s

Burritos for breakfast? Yes, it’s the 4th Annual Burritos for Beds at Chevy’s

In the face of a growing heroin epidemic in Anne Arundel County, a local recovery facility is hosting an event to increase the awareness of addiction recovery success with a continuum of care. Wednesday, May 3, from 7-10 am, the public is invited to the 4th Annual Burritos for Beds breakfast fundraiser at Chevy’s Fresh […]

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AYC’s One-Design Regatta kicks off April 29th

AYC’s One-Design Regatta kicks off April 29th

They’re coming from such near proximity as Annapolis and as far away as Ohio, New Jersey, and even Texas. Some are coming from such shorter distances as Virginia and Delaware. At least 31 boats will participate in Annapolis Yacht Club’s 2017 Spring One Design Regatta on April 29. The regatta, known as a premiere standalone […]

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CRIME

Suspect in Hanover murder placed on FBI’s 10-Most Wanted List, $100K reward offered (SHARE ALERT)

Suspect in Hanover murder placed on FBI’s 10-Most Wanted List, $100K reward offered (SHARE ALERT)

FBI Special Agent in Charge of the Baltimore Field Office, Gordon B. Johnson and Tim Altomare, Chief of the Anne Arundel County Police Department, today announced the addition of a suspect wanted for the murder of his young wife in Hanover, Maryland, to the FBI’s list of “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives.” Fugitive Bhadreshkumar Patel marks […]

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2 Baltimore men arrested on piracy charges; tried to record “Fate of the Furious” in local theater

2 Baltimore men arrested on piracy charges; tried to record “Fate of the Furious” in local theater

On April 14, 2017 at approximately 7:29 p.m., officers responded to the Hoyts Movie Theater located at 1591 W Nursery Road in Linthicum for a video piracy call. Upon arrival officers made contact with an investigator from the Motion Picture Association of America. The investigator stated that he had been watching two known piracy suspects […]

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Hogan awards $370K to help with sexual assault awareness

Hogan awards $370K to help with sexual assault awareness

Governor Larry Hogan has announced that the Governor’s Office of Crime Control & Prevention has awarded a total of $369,080 in federal Sexual Assault Services Program grants to fund programs offering direct intervention and related assistance for victims of sexual assault. This federal funding comes from the Office on Violence Against Women at the U.S. Department […]

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Annapolis Police release photo of bank robbery suspect (please share)

Annapolis Police release photo of bank robbery suspect (please share)

On April 10th, 2017 the suspect pictured above entered the BB&T Bank located at 101 Hillsmere Drive at approximately 3:08 pm. The suspect presented the teller with a note demanding money. The suspect exited the bank and ran towards Bay Ridge Road.    Anyone with information is requested to please contact Detective Chuck Bealefeld at 410-268-9000 ex […]

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EVENTS

Walk the Walk Foundation plans its 2nd Annual Walk

Walk the Walk Foundation plans its 2nd Annual Walk

Walk the Walk Foundation (WTWF) invites the community to join them in making a positive difference in the lives of Anne Arundel county’s children in need by participating in The Walk, a fundraising event at the Waugh Chapel Towne Centre on Thursday, May 11th, from 6-8 p.m. Registration is now open at www.wtwf.org for individuals […]

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Summer camps on tap at Annapolis Maritime Museum

Summer camps on tap at Annapolis Maritime Museum

This summer, the Annapolis Maritime Museum will expand its Summer Camp programming to include camps for children from Kindergarten through 8th grade. Summer Camp with the Annapolis Maritime Museum allows children to be themselves, learn new skills, and make new friends as they form a connection to the Chesapeake Bay. The new urban ecology park, located […]

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Burritos for breakfast?  Yes, it’s the 4th Annual Burritos for Beds at Chevy’s

Burritos for breakfast? Yes, it’s the 4th Annual Burritos for Beds at Chevy’s

In the face of a growing heroin epidemic in Anne Arundel County, a local recovery facility is hosting an event to increase the awareness of addiction recovery success with a continuum of care. Wednesday, May 3, from 7-10 am, the public is invited to the 4th Annual Burritos for Beds breakfast fundraiser at Chevy’s Fresh […]

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Maryland Historical Connections at BWI

Maryland Historical Connections at BWI

Currently on display at the Baltimore Washington Airport is an exhibit entitled “Maryland Historical Connections.  Featuring the work of Anne Arundel County artists and sponsored and organized by the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County, the show focuses on Maryland history from an artist’s perspective. Works on canvas and paper in oil, acrylic, watercolor and […]

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AREA BUSINESSES

Crosby acquires Butler Films

Crosby acquires Butler Films

To enhance its video and multimedia content capabilities, Crosby Marketing Communications has acquired Butler Films, a 20-year-old production company led by Director David Butler. He will oversee Crosby’s new multimedia division, which will create all forms of content, including TV spots, PSAs, short films, video series, social media assets, webcasts and multimedia presentations. Butler, an […]

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Fordham & Dominion releases first ever sour beer, 11th Sour

Fordham & Dominion releases first ever sour beer, 11th Sour

Fordham & Dominion Brewery has introduced the latest in a series of upgrades to their Fordham line. The 11th Sour in the first sour batch ever brewed by FoDo Brewing. This ale is a kettle sour that uses lactobacillus, fermented on house ale yeast and then aged on concord grapes. Typical to any sour, this ale is pleasantly flavored and zings […]

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Local author named finalist in Compton Crook Award

Local author named finalist in Compton Crook Award

Author T. C. (Ted) Weber has been nominated as a finalist for the 2017 Compton Crook Award, given annually by the Baltimore Science Fiction Society (BSFS) for the “best first novel of the year written by an individual author in the Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror genre.” Weber’s novel, Sleep State Interrupt, is a cyberpunk thriller set in […]

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à la mode intimates to celebrate Mother Earth Day

à la mode intimates to celebrate Mother Earth Day

With Earth Day as a backdrop, a group of local business women are hosting an event to reach out to new and expectant moms with information and advice on pre- and post-partum physical changes as well as effective practices for nourishing babies and bodies.  The public is invited to Mother Earth Day, Saturday, April 22, […]

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PODCAST

PODCAST: Eastport Landing, a controversial project in the heart of Eastport

PODCAST: Eastport Landing, a controversial project in the heart of Eastport

The Eastportaricans are all fired up. Someone has proposed building 127 apartments adjacent and attached to the Eastport Shopping Center and they are up in arms. The end of the shopping center under consideration is largely vacant and the developers, Solstice Partners, are looking to include (in addition to the 127 apartments) a marketplace, some […]

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PODCAST: Chesapeake Bay Trust, what they are doing to help the Bay

PODCAST: Chesapeake Bay Trust, what they are doing to help the Bay

Dr. Jana Davis has been with the Chesapeake Bay Trust for more than a decade and now she is leading the effort to help the Bay.  The Maryland Crabs sat down with Dr. Davis to talk about the health of the Bay (it’s getting better), how you can help the Bay and look good while […]

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PODCAST: The Annapolis Film Festival, how it got here, where it is going

PODCAST: The Annapolis Film Festival, how it got here, where it is going

The Maryland Crabs recently sat down with Lee Anderson and Patti White. You may not know their names, but you certainly know their efforts. These two had a vision to turn the arts scene in Annapolis on its head and bring a full-fledged film festival to our semi-sleepy town on the Bay. Now in it’s […]

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PODCAST: Annapolis Mayor Pantelides discusses the firing of Police Chief Pristoop

PODCAST: Annapolis Mayor Pantelides discusses the firing of Police Chief Pristoop

Last week, Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides fired long-time Chief of Police, Michael Pristoop. In his first interview since firing the Chief, Mayor Pantelides sits down with The Maryland Crabs  Podcast to talk  the need for the firing and the Mayor’s vision for a replacement–who he thinks will be in place in the next 75 days! […]

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COLUMNS & OPINIONS

Letter to the Editor: Hospice speaks out on National Volunteer Week

Letter to the Editor: Hospice speaks out on National Volunteer Week

Recently, parents of a pediatric patient hoped to make plans for a much needed weekend away and asked if we could provide respite care for their child. Our Volunteer Department sent out a call and within a matter of hours 13 people signed up to take shifts so that the child would never be alone […]

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“Memoirs of a Main Street Boy” An Annapolis Reflection, Part 6

“Memoirs of a Main Street Boy” An Annapolis Reflection, Part 6

  In a recent discussion at the library about growing up in Annapolis, some old-timers bemoaned the fact that kids no longer could ride their bikes into the Naval Academy. I agreed, because in the late 1940s and early 1950s, I would ride my bike to the Academy to enjoy this vast playground of my […]

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What Do The Orioles Do With Trey Mancini?

What Do The Orioles Do With Trey Mancini?

Last year the Baltimore Orioles were a difficult team to watch, but somehow in late September the Orioles were only a few games behind the Boston Red Sox for first place in the division. They had once again trumped the talking heads and were playing meaningful baseball in September. It was the last regular season […]

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The “Trust Act” is a betrayal of trust

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The “Trust Act” is a betrayal of trust

“Political Language is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind.” George Orwell The “Trust “Act, (House Bill 1362) perfectly exemplifies the way the left uses political language as a smokescreen to hide the full intent of their actions. The “Trust” Act was sold […]

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MORE RECENT ARTICLES

Walk the Walk Foundation plans its 2nd Annual Walk

Walk the Walk Foundation plans its 2nd Annual Walk

| April 23, 2017

Walk the Walk Foundation (WTWF) invites the community to join them in making a positive difference in the lives of Anne Arundel county’s children in need by participating in The Walk, a fundraising event at the Waugh Chapel Towne Centre on Thursday, May 11th, from 6-8 p.m. Registration is now open at www.wtwf.org for individuals […]

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Summer camps on tap at Annapolis Maritime Museum

Summer camps on tap at Annapolis Maritime Museum

| April 23, 2017

This summer, the Annapolis Maritime Museum will expand its Summer Camp programming to include camps for children from Kindergarten through 8th grade. Summer Camp with the Annapolis Maritime Museum allows children to be themselves, learn new skills, and make new friends as they form a connection to the Chesapeake Bay. The new urban ecology park, located […]

Continue Reading

Burritos for breakfast?  Yes, it’s the 4th Annual Burritos for Beds at Chevy’s

Burritos for breakfast? Yes, it’s the 4th Annual Burritos for Beds at Chevy’s

| April 22, 2017

In the face of a growing heroin epidemic in Anne Arundel County, a local recovery facility is hosting an event to increase the awareness of addiction recovery success with a continuum of care. Wednesday, May 3, from 7-10 am, the public is invited to the 4th Annual Burritos for Beds breakfast fundraiser at Chevy’s Fresh […]

Continue Reading

AYC’s One-Design Regatta kicks off April 29th

AYC’s One-Design Regatta kicks off April 29th

| April 22, 2017

They’re coming from such near proximity as Annapolis and as far away as Ohio, New Jersey, and even Texas. Some are coming from such shorter distances as Virginia and Delaware. At least 31 boats will participate in Annapolis Yacht Club’s 2017 Spring One Design Regatta on April 29. The regatta, known as a premiere standalone […]

Continue Reading

Crosby acquires Butler Films

Crosby acquires Butler Films

| April 22, 2017

To enhance its video and multimedia content capabilities, Crosby Marketing Communications has acquired Butler Films, a 20-year-old production company led by Director David Butler. He will oversee Crosby’s new multimedia division, which will create all forms of content, including TV spots, PSAs, short films, video series, social media assets, webcasts and multimedia presentations. Butler, an […]

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Maryland Historical Connections at BWI

Maryland Historical Connections at BWI

| April 22, 2017

Currently on display at the Baltimore Washington Airport is an exhibit entitled “Maryland Historical Connections.  Featuring the work of Anne Arundel County artists and sponsored and organized by the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County, the show focuses on Maryland history from an artist’s perspective. Works on canvas and paper in oil, acrylic, watercolor and […]

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Scott and Garcia bring the heat in Baysox win over Harrisburg

Scott and Garcia bring the heat in Baysox win over Harrisburg

| April 21, 2017

The Baysox got stellar outings from fireballing pitchers Tanner Scott and Jason Garcia and a three-hit, three-RBI night from DJ Stewart as Bowie took the series opener in Harrisburg 8-2 Friday night. Scott worked three scoreless innings striking out six batters to start the game. He handed the baton to Jason Garcia who worked four […]

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Letter to the Editor: Hospice speaks out on National Volunteer Week

Letter to the Editor: Hospice speaks out on National Volunteer Week

| April 21, 2017

Recently, parents of a pediatric patient hoped to make plans for a much needed weekend away and asked if we could provide respite care for their child. Our Volunteer Department sent out a call and within a matter of hours 13 people signed up to take shifts so that the child would never be alone […]

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Shop ‘N Eat program launches for seniors

Shop ‘N Eat program launches for seniors

| April 21, 2017

The Anne Arundel County Department of Aging and Disabilities, Nutrition Program will pilot the new Shop’N Eat program (Subsidizing Healthy-food Options Plus Nutrition Education and Training). This is a new pilot program to educate and provide opportunities for Anne Arundel County’s older adults to develop healthy eating habits through the use of subsidized grocery cash cards.  […]

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Jackson Browne, Willie Nelson, Father John Misty to play special concert at Merriweather in July

Jackson Browne, Willie Nelson, Father John Misty to play special concert at Merriweather in July

| April 21, 2017

Merriweather Post Pavilion — the beloved independent amphitheater nestled on 40 wooded acres mid-way between Washington, D.C. and Baltimore  — will celebrate its Golden Anniversary July 15. This show will be the pinnacle of the season-long celebration of “Merriweather’s Greatest Hits,” a series featuring the best of Merriweather’s longtime favorite acts. To mark the 50th Anniversary, Jackson […]

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Bello Machre hires new outreach and volunteer manager

Bello Machre hires new outreach and volunteer manager

| April 21, 2017

Bello Machre is pleased to welcome Michele Marshall as the Manager of Outreach and Volunteer Services to Bello Machre.  Tracy Lynott, Development Director, commented, “We are so very fortunate to have such a seasoned volunteer professional as a part of the Bello Machre family. Michele’s experience in volunteer recruitment and management will help us to […]

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Maryland Ticks & Lyme: Our Worst Year Yet?

Maryland Ticks & Lyme: Our Worst Year Yet?

| April 21, 2017

  Ticks which carry Lyme here in Maryland are back–and we may be in for the worst tick and Lyme season in history. Due to the unusually warm, wet winter we experienced, some tick experts are predicting we are on the verge of a new public health emergency from Lyme disease.  A recent PBS article explains that “all these little […]

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