LOCAL NEWS

East of Maui raises $5000 to help Puerto Rico with Stand Up To Paddle

East of Maui raises $5000 to help Puerto Rico with Stand Up To Paddle

What started as a simple idea to get some friends together for a Sunday morning Stand Up Paddle to raise a few dollars to help an individual in Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, turned into a community effort that will be benefit many. Mark Bandy, co-owner of East of Maui Board Shop […]

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Anne Arundel County Police investigating human remains discovered in Shady Side

Anne Arundel County Police investigating human remains discovered in Shady Side

On October 18, 2017 at approximately 1:30 p.m. officers were dispatched to the area of Holly Drive and Chesapeake Drive for discovered human remains. At this point cause and manner of death are unknown and pending autopsy. There is no further information to release, additional information will be released when it becomes available.  

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It’s Heere!  Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival

It’s Heere! Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival

Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival is the largest in the area.   A fall family tradition for over 30 years,  Homestead’s “FallFest” is a celebration of everything that is autumn from the changing foliage, falling leaves and spiced cider to mums, homemade donuts and pumpkin patches.  Fallfest features a wide array of attractions, demos and entertainment for […]

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AACPS looks to redistrict Maryland City Elementary Schools

AACPS looks to redistrict Maryland City Elementary Schools

A committee of parents, community residents, and school system officials is set to begin studying the possibilities with regard to redistricting Maryland City Elementary School students as they transition to and attend middle school. The committee will study options available, to the extent possible, to better balance middle school space utilizations by potentially moving students […]

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CRIME

Anne Arundel County Police investigating human remains discovered in Shady Side

Anne Arundel County Police investigating human remains discovered in Shady Side

On October 18, 2017 at approximately 1:30 p.m. officers were dispatched to the area of Holly Drive and Chesapeake Drive for discovered human remains. At this point cause and manner of death are unknown and pending autopsy. There is no further information to release, additional information will be released when it becomes available.  

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Know Your Limit. APD to set up event on October 21st!

Know Your Limit. APD to set up event on October 21st!

Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides’ educational program to combat drunk driving, Know Your Limit, is scheduled to hold an event on Saturday, October 21, 2017 from 9 p.m. to 11:30 p.m, just in time to prepare the ghouls who will be out celebrating Halloween.  The Know Your Limit program has Annapolis police officers offering free breathalyzer […]

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Calvert man gets life in prison for murders in Annapolis and Pasadena

Calvert man gets life in prison for murders in Annapolis and Pasadena

Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney Wes Adams announced  that Christopher Scheibe, 29, of Calvert County, was sentenced by Judge Paul Harris to life in prison for the 2016 first degree murder of a young woman whose body was found in a wooded area behind 2006 Industrial Drive in Annapolis, and 30 years in prison for […]

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Police discover body on AACC campus

Police discover body on AACC campus

On October 15, 2017 at approximately 10:00 a.m. an Anne Arundel County police officer was conducting a routine check at Anne Arundel Community College located in Arnold. As the officer was checking a parking lot off West Campus Drive, he observed an unoccupied vehicle. While investigating the vehicle, the officer noticed a rope hanging from […]

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EVENTS

It’s Heere!  Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival

It’s Heere! Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival

Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival is the largest in the area.   A fall family tradition for over 30 years,  Homestead’s “FallFest” is a celebration of everything that is autumn from the changing foliage, falling leaves and spiced cider to mums, homemade donuts and pumpkin patches.  Fallfest features a wide array of attractions, demos and entertainment for […]

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Awardees announced for Community Foundation’s 17th Annual Celebration of Philanthropy

Awardees announced for Community Foundation’s 17th Annual Celebration of Philanthropy

The Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County (CFAAC) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2017 Celebration of Philanthropy Awards. This year’s awardees are: Philanthropists of the Year, Jane Campbell Chambliss and Peter Chambliss; Corporate Philanthropist of the Year, Buck Distributing Company, Inc.; Volunteers of the Year, Karen Feldman and Helena Hunter; and Young Volunteer of the […]

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Film & New Media Program launches at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts

Film & New Media Program launches at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts (MHCA) has launched the Faith Goldstein and Jesse Cunitz Center for Film and New Media which will use the artistic disciplines of film and media to present programs to engage, entertain and educate audiences on critical contemporary, historical and cultural issues.  The Center’s programming kicks off this fall with the film […]

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Maryland Concert Series presents Paul Reed Smith Band this Saturday

Maryland Concert Series presents Paul Reed Smith Band this Saturday

The stage will rock and the audience will be dancing in their seats when the Maryland Concert Series presents the Paul Reed Smith Band 7:30 p.m. Saturday October 21, 2017 at North County High School, 10 E. First Ave in Ferndale MD. The Paul Reed Smith Band is best known for what it describes as […]

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AREA BUSINESSES

East of Maui raises $5000 to help Puerto Rico with Stand Up To Paddle

East of Maui raises $5000 to help Puerto Rico with Stand Up To Paddle

What started as a simple idea to get some friends together for a Sunday morning Stand Up Paddle to raise a few dollars to help an individual in Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, turned into a community effort that will be benefit many. Mark Bandy, co-owner of East of Maui Board Shop […]

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It’s Heere!  Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival

It’s Heere! Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival

Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival is the largest in the area.   A fall family tradition for over 30 years,  Homestead’s “FallFest” is a celebration of everything that is autumn from the changing foliage, falling leaves and spiced cider to mums, homemade donuts and pumpkin patches.  Fallfest features a wide array of attractions, demos and entertainment for […]

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Baltimore in the running for the 2026 FIFA World Cup

Baltimore in the running for the 2026 FIFA World Cup

The United Bid Committee announced today the 32 cities across North America that could serve as Official Host Cities for the 2026 FIFA World Cup™. The 32 potential host cities include four cities in Canada, three in Mexico and 25 cities in the United States. The full list of cities is included below. The United […]

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July was a record setter for BWI

July was a record setter for BWI

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has announced that 2,533,582 commercial passengers flew through Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in July 2017.  Passenger traffic for the month increased 5.4 percent over July 2016 for a new all-time monthly record for BWI Marshall. July 2017 was the 25th-straight monthly passenger record for the airport.  It was the first […]

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PODCAST

Daily News Brief | October 18, 2017

Daily News Brief | October 18, 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. Hate crime charges on top of murder charges for Sean Urbanski. Gavin’s ferris wheel is causing quite a stir in Annapolis. A write-in candidate for Ward 4 has emerged […]

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Daily News Brief | October 17, 2017

Daily News Brief | October 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. There are some new security rules for flying that you need to know. David Cordish and Maryland Live! may be getting a gift from Anne Arundel County in the […]

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Daily News Brief | October 16, 2017

Daily News Brief | October 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. Vegas shooting victim and Arundel grad transferred to Hopkins to continue recovery. Man killed in Cape St. Claire crash. Police discover body on AACC campus. Pantelides and Buckley squared […]

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Daily News Brief | October 13, 2017

Daily News Brief | October 13, 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. Maryland is pulling out all the stops to lure Amazon to the state, Anne Arundel charges man with manslaughter for providing a fatal dose of fentanyl, tickets to the […]

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COLUMNS & OPINIONS

Natural Ways to Support Your Immune System

Natural Ways to Support Your Immune System

Fall is here — along with cold and flu season. Is your immune system ready? Want to know how to boost your immune system the natural way? Leah Canale reviews the easiest ways to ramp up your immune system fast. Adopt a healthy life style Living a healthy lifestyle is the best line of defense […]

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Can a working mother become an Alderperson? Hell yes!

Can a working mother become an Alderperson? Hell yes!

Letter to the Editor: I want to address a question that has been put out there that I have heard about both directly and indirectly -“Do I have enough time to be an alderman as a working mother?”  My answer is an emphatic YES! I find it troubling that I cannot recall the balance of […]

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How Can a Health Coach Help You?

How Can a Health Coach Help You?

Are you feeling overwhelmed with all of the “health” trends out there? Wondering which ones are actually worth following? Along with new Superfoods, diets, and weight loss tricks, you also may have heard the term Health Coach floating around lately. But, what exactly IS a Health Coach and why are more and more people seeking […]

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Crystal Balling the Annapolis City Election–Our Predictions

Crystal Balling the Annapolis City Election–Our Predictions

At Eye On Annapolis, we do not do election endorsements. But we do do predictions. And this year is no exception; and to be quite honest, it is a very interesting year since there is so much civic engagement. So in advance of the primary elections for the City of Annapolis, we offer the following […]

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East of Maui raises $5000 to help Puerto Rico with Stand Up To Paddle

East of Maui raises $5000 to help Puerto Rico with Stand Up To Paddle

| October 18, 2017

What started as a simple idea to get some friends together for a Sunday morning Stand Up Paddle to raise a few dollars to help an individual in Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, turned into a community effort that will be benefit many. Mark Bandy, co-owner of East of Maui Board Shop […]

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Anne Arundel County Police investigating human remains discovered in Shady Side

Anne Arundel County Police investigating human remains discovered in Shady Side

| October 18, 2017

On October 18, 2017 at approximately 1:30 p.m. officers were dispatched to the area of Holly Drive and Chesapeake Drive for discovered human remains. At this point cause and manner of death are unknown and pending autopsy. There is no further information to release, additional information will be released when it becomes available.  

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It’s Heere!  Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival

It’s Heere! Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival

| October 18, 2017

Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival is the largest in the area.   A fall family tradition for over 30 years,  Homestead’s “FallFest” is a celebration of everything that is autumn from the changing foliage, falling leaves and spiced cider to mums, homemade donuts and pumpkin patches.  Fallfest features a wide array of attractions, demos and entertainment for […]

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AACPS looks to redistrict Maryland City Elementary Schools

AACPS looks to redistrict Maryland City Elementary Schools

| October 18, 2017

A committee of parents, community residents, and school system officials is set to begin studying the possibilities with regard to redistricting Maryland City Elementary School students as they transition to and attend middle school. The committee will study options available, to the extent possible, to better balance middle school space utilizations by potentially moving students […]

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Daily News Brief | October 18, 2017

Daily News Brief | October 18, 2017

| October 18, 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. Hate crime charges on top of murder charges for Sean Urbanski. Gavin’s ferris wheel is causing quite a stir in Annapolis. A write-in candidate for Ward 4 has emerged […]

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Maryland DOT collects more than 35,000 pounds of food for food bank

Maryland DOT collects more than 35,000 pounds of food for food bank

| October 18, 2017

The Maryland Food Bank in Baltimore welcomed a caravan of vehicles recently from the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT), packed with 35,818 pounds of food and donations equating to 29,848 meals. The caravan included MDOT vehicles from all transportation business units, including the secretary’s office, State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA), Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA), […]

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Know Your Limit. APD to set up event on October 21st!

Know Your Limit. APD to set up event on October 21st!

| October 18, 2017

Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides’ educational program to combat drunk driving, Know Your Limit, is scheduled to hold an event on Saturday, October 21, 2017 from 9 p.m. to 11:30 p.m, just in time to prepare the ghouls who will be out celebrating Halloween.  The Know Your Limit program has Annapolis police officers offering free breathalyzer […]

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A write-in candidate for Ward 4? Looks that way.

A write-in candidate for Ward 4? Looks that way.

| October 17, 2017

Toni Strong Pratt lost the Ward 4 primary election by 17 votes to an entrenched incumbent–Sheila Finlayson. And Pratt’s supporters are not giving up. A write-in campaign, organized by her supporters, is well underway. This morning at 49 West, we spoke with the former candidate about it and she said she was not officially filing […]

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Calvert man gets life in prison for murders in Annapolis and Pasadena

Calvert man gets life in prison for murders in Annapolis and Pasadena

| October 17, 2017

Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney Wes Adams announced  that Christopher Scheibe, 29, of Calvert County, was sentenced by Judge Paul Harris to life in prison for the 2016 first degree murder of a young woman whose body was found in a wooded area behind 2006 Industrial Drive in Annapolis, and 30 years in prison for […]

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Baltimore in the running for the 2026 FIFA World Cup

Baltimore in the running for the 2026 FIFA World Cup

| October 17, 2017

The United Bid Committee announced today the 32 cities across North America that could serve as Official Host Cities for the 2026 FIFA World Cup™. The 32 potential host cities include four cities in Canada, three in Mexico and 25 cities in the United States. The full list of cities is included below. The United […]

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Awardees announced for Community Foundation’s 17th Annual Celebration of Philanthropy

Awardees announced for Community Foundation’s 17th Annual Celebration of Philanthropy

| October 17, 2017

The Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County (CFAAC) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2017 Celebration of Philanthropy Awards. This year’s awardees are: Philanthropists of the Year, Jane Campbell Chambliss and Peter Chambliss; Corporate Philanthropist of the Year, Buck Distributing Company, Inc.; Volunteers of the Year, Karen Feldman and Helena Hunter; and Young Volunteer of the […]

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Daily News Brief | October 17, 2017

Daily News Brief | October 17, 2017

| October 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. There are some new security rules for flying that you need to know. David Cordish and Maryland Live! may be getting a gift from Anne Arundel County in the […]

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Film & New Media Program launches at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts

Film & New Media Program launches at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts

| October 17, 2017

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts (MHCA) has launched the Faith Goldstein and Jesse Cunitz Center for Film and New Media which will use the artistic disciplines of film and media to present programs to engage, entertain and educate audiences on critical contemporary, historical and cultural issues.  The Center’s programming kicks off this fall with the film […]

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League of Conservation Voters makes late endorsement of Elly Tierney for Ward 1

League of Conservation Voters makes late endorsement of Elly Tierney for Ward 1

| October 17, 2017

Today, the Anne Arundel Chapter of the Maryland League of Conservation Voters (Maryland LCV) announced its endorsement of Elly Tierney to represent Ward One on the Annapolis City Council.  Elly Tierney has years of experience as a corporate executive, small business owner, civic activist and leader. She will work for consensus and practical solutions to […]

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It’s official, Bateman is running for sheriff again

It’s official, Bateman is running for sheriff again

| October 17, 2017

In a statement released on his Facebook Page, Anne Arundel County Sheriff Ron Bateman has tossed his hat into the ring again for a fourth term as Sheriff.  Bateman initially was elected as a Democrat and switched parties after his last election to Republican saying that the Republican ideals lined up more clearly to his. […]

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Maryland Concert Series presents Paul Reed Smith Band this Saturday

Maryland Concert Series presents Paul Reed Smith Band this Saturday

| October 16, 2017

The stage will rock and the audience will be dancing in their seats when the Maryland Concert Series presents the Paul Reed Smith Band 7:30 p.m. Saturday October 21, 2017 at North County High School, 10 E. First Ave in Ferndale MD. The Paul Reed Smith Band is best known for what it describes as […]

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Wye River Upper School Open House on Wednesday

Wye River Upper School Open House on Wednesday

| October 16, 2017

Wye River Upper School is hosting an Admissions Open House on Wednesday, October 18 from 6pm-8pm. The event is being held on the School’s campus at 316 S. Commerce Street, Centreville, MD. Students and staff will be presenting information on the Wye River Experience. Wye River serves students from several Maryland counties including Queen Anne’s, Talbot, Dorchester, Caroline and Kent. […]

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$23 Million for Maryland’s Rural Legacy Program

$23 Million for Maryland’s Rural Legacy Program

| October 16, 2017

Governor Larry Hogan has announced that the Board of Public Works, including Comptroller Peter Franchot and Treasurer Nancy Kopp, unanimously adopted a Maryland Department of Natural Resources recommendation approving 17 Rural Legacy Program grants totaling over $23 million. Funding from these grants will permanently protect over 6,500 acres of working farms, forests, and open space […]

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Rocking for Restoration scheduled for November 16th

Rocking for Restoration scheduled for November 16th

| October 16, 2017

Join Anne Arundel Watershed Stewards Academy for an evening of live music, fun and food at their Rocking for Restoration event on Thursday, November 16, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Union Jack’s Annapolis. Rocking for Restoration will benefit a number of Watershed Stewards Academy’s initiatives, including restoration projects across Anne Arundel County, […]

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Daily News Brief | October 16, 2017

Daily News Brief | October 16, 2017

| October 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. Vegas shooting victim and Arundel grad transferred to Hopkins to continue recovery. Man killed in Cape St. Claire crash. Police discover body on AACC campus. Pantelides and Buckley squared […]

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Watch out for the rut

Watch out for the rut

| October 16, 2017

The annual deer mating season, or rut, is happening in Maryland and across the nation. Every year in Maryland, there are hundreds of crashes that involve a vehicle against a deer, and this can be deadly. Deer populations are an issue not just in rural areas but in suburban neighborhoods, as well. Drivers are encouraged […]

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Pantelides and Buckley square off at Sunday’s debate

Pantelides and Buckley square off at Sunday’s debate

| October 15, 2017

Annapolis Mayor Mike Pantelides and local businessman Gavin Buckley met face to face for their first debate before the election on November 7th in front of a crowd of 300 at Rams Head Onstage. The sold-out debate was held at Rams Head Onstage with Dr. Dan Nataf from AACC’s Center for the Study of Local […]

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Police discover body on AACC campus

Police discover body on AACC campus

| October 15, 2017

On October 15, 2017 at approximately 10:00 a.m. an Anne Arundel County police officer was conducting a routine check at Anne Arundel Community College located in Arnold. As the officer was checking a parking lot off West Campus Drive, he observed an unoccupied vehicle. While investigating the vehicle, the officer noticed a rope hanging from […]

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Cape St. Claire crash claims life of Annapolis man in single vehicle accident

Cape St. Claire crash claims life of Annapolis man in single vehicle accident

| October 15, 2017

On October 15th, 2017 at 3:35 am officers responded to a report of a single vehicle rollover crash on College Pkwy near Cape Saint Claire Rd in Cape St Claire (Annapolis). Initial investigation found that a 1999 Chevrolet Silverado pick-up was northbound on College Parkway when it veered off the roadway to the right, struck […]

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July was a record setter for BWI

July was a record setter for BWI

| October 15, 2017

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has announced that 2,533,582 commercial passengers flew through Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in July 2017.  Passenger traffic for the month increased 5.4 percent over July 2016 for a new all-time monthly record for BWI Marshall. July 2017 was the 25th-straight monthly passenger record for the airport.  It was the first […]

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Smithereens, Tower of Power, and The Zombies

Smithereens, Tower of Power, and The Zombies

| October 15, 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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Abey’s Turnover Struggles Result In 30-27 Loss to Memphis

Abey’s Turnover Struggles Result In 30-27 Loss to Memphis

| October 15, 2017

No.25 Navy suffered its first loss of the season on Saturday, one week after being ranked in the top 25 for the first time this season. One of the biggest reasons it took so long for them to achieve that milestone, voters were concerned about QB Zach Abey’s turnover problem. In the first two games […]

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Open House at St Anne’s School of Annapolis

Open House at St Anne’s School of Annapolis

| October 15, 2017

St. Anne’s School of Annapolis welcomes prospective students and their families to join them at their upcoming Open House on Thursday, October 19 from 9:30 to 11:30 am. This event is open to families looking for all grade levels, from the Annapolis Twos through Eighth Grade. Focusing on a rigorous, inquiry-based program, St. Anne’s School […]

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Seeds 4 Success and STAIR form Core Partnership

Seeds 4 Success and STAIR form Core Partnership

| October 14, 2017

Start the Adventure in Reading (STAIR) and Seeds 4 Success (S4S) have agreed to become core partners in the promotion of school success for low-income children in the Annapolis area. The new partnership enhances each organization’s ability to serve children from low-income communities who are reading below appropriate level, and expand their outreach to serve […]

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Schuh announces expanded transit options to job centers

Schuh announces expanded transit options to job centers

| October 14, 2017

Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh announced new and improved bus routes to enhance service to job centers such as Fort George G. Meade, Thurgood Marshall BWI International Airport, Maryland Live! Casino and Arundel Mills. The “Commuter Crew” initiative is part of a comprehensive plan to improve mobility in Anne Arundel County. “These improved services […]

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Go. Volunteer. Now.

Go. Volunteer. Now.

| October 14, 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 atinfo@aacvc.org or 410-897-9207. Check our Website: www.aacvc.org. A few current volunteer opportunities are listed below.  Anne Arundel County Commission on Disability Issues  Disability Awareness Day 2017 will […]

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Zinburger offers special Gold VIP card during grand opening week beginning October 17

Zinburger offers special Gold VIP card during grand opening week beginning October 17

| October 13, 2017

A new upscale boutique burger restaurant, recently named to Full Service Restaurant Magazine’s “The Top 50 Emerging Restaurant Chains,” is making its debut in Maryland. Zinburger Wine & Burger Bar, which offers gourmet burgers combined with perfectly paired wine selections, will open its doors to the new Arundel Mills location on Tuesday, October 17 at […]

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Maryland art lovers gathering to add to their collections

Maryland art lovers gathering to add to their collections

| October 13, 2017

The can’t-miss art event in Annapolis, Collector’s Choice, is celebrating its 41st year in Maryland’s capital city. Presented by Maryland Federation of Art (MFA), Maryland’s oldest artist-run organization, Collector’s Choice is hosted by Volvo Cars Annapolis and features original artwork by 130 different MFA Member artists. The featured artists created incredible works in a variety […]

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Annapolis candidates have mixed record on voting

Annapolis candidates have mixed record on voting

| October 13, 2017

Every candidate running for office will tell you how important it is to get out and vote. But do they walk the walk? Or just talk the talk.  We examined the voting records of the mayoral and aldermanic candidates to see who votes and who does not. The County maintains the records and they only […]

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Anne Arundel County tobacco sting finds one in four stores sold tobacco to minors

Anne Arundel County tobacco sting finds one in four stores sold tobacco to minors

| October 13, 2017

Tobacco sting operations were recently conducted in partnership with the Anne Arundel County Department of Health and local law enforcement, including Anne Arundel County Police, Anne Arundel County Sheriff’s Office and the Annapolis City Police. From January 1 to June 30, 2017, nearly 260 merchants were approached. The majority of retailers refused to sell tobacco to minors; however, 60 […]

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Shipley’s Choice Elementary named National Blue Ribbon School

Shipley’s Choice Elementary named National Blue Ribbon School

| October 13, 2017

Shipley’s Choice Elementary School today earned the nation’s top educational honor by being named a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. Anne Arundel County Public Schools has now had 18 schools earn National Blue Ribbon honors, including 10 in the last 10 years and five in the last […]

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