LOCAL NEWS

Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County makes grants for 2014

Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County makes grants for 2014

The Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County is proud to announce the 2014 Ladders to Success Education and Youth Development Grants. The awards totaling 55,875 aim to improve educational outcomes for at-risk youth in Anne Arundel County. Over the past five years, CFAAC has granted more than $525,000 through Ladders to local nonprofit organizations that […]

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Back to school tips from Patient First

Back to school tips from Patient First

Your children are enjoying every second of summer vacation but you need to get ready to send them back to school next month.  Don’t think your list stops with pencils, backpacks and new clothes.  You also need to prepare a back to school health checklist.  Children need to be healthy and alert in order to […]

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Pantelides shuffles deck chairs again

Pantelides shuffles deck chairs again

Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides announced that Public Works Director David Jarrell will be the Acting City Manager effective July 31, 2014. “Mr. Jarrell has agreed to take on the duties of the position for the next few months, helping to fulfill the needs of the City as we continue our search for a City Manger,” […]

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Mayor Pantelides hosts Twitter Town Hall

Mayor Pantelides hosts Twitter Town Hall

Annapolis Mayor, Michael Pantelides, hosted a Twitter Town Hall session this morning from 10am to 11am. Residents who were on  Twitter could ask the Mayor a question on any topic. This is an additional outreach of his office beyond the 10 minute appointments which are available monthly for residents. Below are the questions asked, in […]

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Snowden retains seat as Chair of HACA for now

Snowden retains seat as Chair of HACA for now

Last night, the Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis made their quarterly report to the City Council.  The report itself was not much different than the pst ones–the organization is plodding along and meeting Federal requirements. But Carl Snowden Chairman of HACA , took about 20 minutes before the report to lambaste Mayor Pantelides […]

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Annapolis Police under fire for photographing black teens

Annapolis Police under fire for photographing black teens

After two men were attacked on July 21st, the Annapolis Police Department began investigating to solve the crime. The suspects were “5-7 black teenagers.” In their efforts to solve the crime, residents of Clay Street claim that the police are stopping and photographing their children and are alleging racial profiling. Chief of Police, Michael Pristoop, […]

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CRIME

Glen Burnie man busted for drugs after family member calls police

Glen Burnie man busted for drugs after family member calls police

On July 27th, 2014 at approximately 12:16 am, officers from the Northern District Midnight Shift responded to the 500 block of Wellham Ave., Glen Burnie, Anne Arundel County, Maryland for a report of recovered CDS. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the reporting person who advised discovering a large quantity of marijuana located in a shed […]

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California man indicted on sex charges involving Edgewater girl

California man indicted on sex charges involving Edgewater girl

A California man was indicted Friday for sexual solicitation of an Edgewater girl that he met online, State’s Attorney Anne Colt Leitess announced. Murray Lee Chesak, 25, of Ontario, Calif., is charged with four counts of Sexual Solicitation of a Minor, Soliciting Child Pornography and Displaying Obscene Material to a Minor. On March 10, 2014, […]

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2 accidents send 2 to shock trauma with life threatening injuries

2 accidents send 2 to shock trauma with life threatening injuries

Three motorists are fighting for their lives in shock trauma after being injured in three separate accidents. The details of the two earlier accidents are below.  A third accident, on Route 50 eastbound near St. Margarets Road sent a third person (also on a motorcycle) to shock trauma. Details of the third accident have not […]

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Explosives expert retires from Annapolis Fire Department after 8 years

Explosives expert retires from Annapolis Fire Department after 8 years

Friday, July 25, 2014 marks the retirement of Annapolis Fire Department, Fire and Explosives Services Unit member K-9 Benny. Benny has faithfully and diligently served the citizens of Annapolis and our surrounding communities since 2006. Benny is trained in explosive detection and has won several national awards for his skill, along with his handler, Lt. Carroll Spriggs. During his […]

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Stupid crook taunts police, captured

Stupid crook taunts police, captured

On July 23, 2014, the Anne Arundel County Police Department profiled Roger Ray Ireland during its “#WantedWednesday” feature. Roger Ireland himself then commented on the Facebook thread saying “Y’all will never catch me…” referencing his attempts to continue to elude the police. On July 24, 2014, detectives from the Intelligence Unit followed up on some […]

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Woman indicted in near-fatal bike accident last month

Woman indicted in near-fatal bike accident last month

State’s Attorney Anne Colt Leitess announced today that 54-year-old Robin Vera Colbert was indicted on 11 counts in a near-fatal collision with two bicyclists near Annapolis last month. Colbert, of Annapolis, is charged with two counts of Second-Degree Assault, Causing a Life-Threatening Injury While Under the Influence of Alcohol, Causing a Life-Threatening Injury While Impaired […]

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EVENTS

Tecla K-9 Academy to hold grand opening

Tecla K-9 Academy to hold grand opening

Tecla’s K-9 Academy will host their long-awaited grand opening party at their new, spacious Elkridge facility on Saturday, August 2, 2014. To mark the special occasion, Tecla Walton and her team have lined up a feature-packed event that is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Leashed and vaccinated dogs are welcome to attend the grand […]

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Ravens pep rally gears up for Monday’s practice

Ravens pep rally gears up for Monday’s practice

The Baltimore Ravens cheerleaders and Poe, the team’s mascot descended on City Dock in Annapolis this morning to celebrate Ravens Day in Annapolis.  Mayor Pantelides presented a proclamation naming July 31, 2014 Ravens Day in Annapolis. The cheerleaders and Poe remained on hand for a little to sign autographs and pose for pictures. All images © […]

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NOAA’s Ark coming to Annapolis Maritime Museum

NOAA’s Ark coming to Annapolis Maritime Museum

The Annapolis Maritime Museum will showcase artifacts representing science, service and stewardship by NOAA and its  predecessor agencies –- from 19th century maps and charts to early scientific instruments that recall the agency’s proud heritage and legacy of service to the nation. Treasures of NOAA’s Ark is a traveling exhibit that has been on display […]

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Boatyard Beach Bash scheduled for September 20th at AMM

Boatyard Beach Bash scheduled for September 20th at AMM

Party with Coral Reefers and Parrotheads and enjoy the last sunset of the summer on the beach at the Annapolis Maritime Museum. Founding sponsor Boatyard Bar & Grill and Presenting sponsor KEYW are partnering with the Museum again this year and will be bringing in more star power than ever! Peter Mayer and Scott Kirby […]

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Pride of Baltimore coming to CBMM in August

Pride of Baltimore coming to CBMM in August

The tall ship Pride of Baltimore II arrives at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, MD on Wednesday, August 6 and remains dockside along CBMM’s campus through August 10, with deck tours offered daily. The replica schooner will be available for guided deck tours from 3-6 p.m. on August 6, and from 9 […]

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Reminder: Ravens practice in Annapolis on Monday

Reminder: Ravens practice in Annapolis on Monday

The Baltimore Ravens will be coming in to Annapolis  for a practice at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Monday, August 4, 2014. When: Monday, Aug. 4 Practice Start Time: 7 p.m. Gates Open:  5:30 p.m. Parking:  Lots open at 4 p.m. and are available for cold tailgating. $10 for cars and $25 for buses Parking may be […]

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NON-PROFIT NEWS

NOAA’s Ark coming to Annapolis Maritime Museum

NOAA’s Ark coming to Annapolis Maritime Museum

The Annapolis Maritime Museum will showcase artifacts representing science, service and stewardship by NOAA and its  predecessor agencies –- from 19th century maps and charts to early scientific instruments that recall the agency’s proud heritage and legacy of service to the nation. Treasures of NOAA’s Ark is a traveling exhibit that has been on display […]

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Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County makes grants for 2014

Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County makes grants for 2014

The Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County is proud to announce the 2014 Ladders to Success Education and Youth Development Grants. The awards totaling 55,875 aim to improve educational outcomes for at-risk youth in Anne Arundel County. Over the past five years, CFAAC has granted more than $525,000 through Ladders to local nonprofit organizations that […]

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Pride of Baltimore coming to CBMM in August

Pride of Baltimore coming to CBMM in August

The tall ship Pride of Baltimore II arrives at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, MD on Wednesday, August 6 and remains dockside along CBMM’s campus through August 10, with deck tours offered daily. The replica schooner will be available for guided deck tours from 3-6 p.m. on August 6, and from 9 […]

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Olivia Constants Foundation awards more than $25,000 in scholarships

Olivia Constants Foundation awards more than $25,000 in scholarships

The Olivia Constants Foundation,Inc. (OCF) a 501c3 public charity, recently awarded 12 scholarships to deserving graduated seniors. The scholarships totaled over $25,000. The foundation has been funded by donations in memory of Olivia Constants who tragically lost her life in a sailing accident near the Naval Academy in Annapolis on June 23,2011. These scholarships will […]

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32nd Annual Small Craft Festival at CBMM October 4-5

32nd Annual Small Craft Festival at CBMM October 4-5

The 32nd Annual Mid-Atlantic Small Craft Festival comes to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum on Saturday, October 4 and Sunday, October 5, bringing a collection of small craft to the museum’s Miles River waterfront, along with live music, scenic river cruises, food, beverages, and more. Sailing skiffs, rowing shells, kayaks, canoes, paddleboats, prams and other […]

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Londontowne Symphony announces 2014-15 schedule

Londontowne Symphony announces 2014-15 schedule

From the spooky sounds of Halloween to the magic of Christmas and the grandeur of Hollywood, the Londontowne Symphony Orchestra (LSO) will treat audiences to some of the best-loved works of the classical repertoire in its 2014-2015 season, Meet the Masters! The LSO will continue its collaboration with the Ballet Theater of Maryland with two […]

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AREA BUSINESSES

Tecla K-9 Academy to hold grand opening

Tecla K-9 Academy to hold grand opening

Tecla’s K-9 Academy will host their long-awaited grand opening party at their new, spacious Elkridge facility on Saturday, August 2, 2014. To mark the special occasion, Tecla Walton and her team have lined up a feature-packed event that is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Leashed and vaccinated dogs are welcome to attend the grand […]

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Back to school tips from Patient First

Back to school tips from Patient First

Your children are enjoying every second of summer vacation but you need to get ready to send them back to school next month.  Don’t think your list stops with pencils, backpacks and new clothes.  You also need to prepare a back to school health checklist.  Children need to be healthy and alert in order to […]

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24th Annual Annapolis Art Walk August 21

24th Annual Annapolis Art Walk August 21

The Annapolis Gallery Association is pleased to announce its 24th Annual Annapolis Art Walk to be held Thursday evening August 21st from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM.  The public is invited to join us in a festive evening enjoying the visual arts.  Over twenty galleries in downtown historic Annapolis are participating in this annual event, hosting new art […]

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DiVenti promoted to CMO at VisitAnnapolis

DiVenti promoted to CMO at VisitAnnapolis

The Annapolis & Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau (AAACCVB) kicked off fiscal year 2015 this month with organizational changes designed to heighten the effectiveness and reach of its marketing efforts. AAACCVB Advertising and Promotions Director Frank DiVenti has been promoted to Chief Marketing Officer, overseeing the organization’s sales, marketing and communications teams. AAACCVB […]

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More great shows coming up at Rams Head On Stage

More great shows coming up at Rams Head On Stage

Wine & Canvas: A Painting Class with Cocktails Monday, August 18 6:30pm | $35 Kenny Wayne Shepherd Tuesday, September 2 8pm | $65 Dishwalla, Nine Days & Stroke 9 Sunday, September 21 12:30pm | $35 *All Ages Matinee James Hunter Six Sunday, November 2 8pm | $29.50 Delbert McClinton Saturday, November 8 8pm | $65 […]

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Weitzman Agency adds office in Easton

Weitzman Agency adds office in Easton

Weitzman, an award-winning advertising agency based in Annapolis, Maryland has opened a second office in Maryland to expand its growing business. The new office is located at 16 North Washington Street in downtown Easton. “One of our strategic goals for growth has been to establish an Eastern Shore presence,” said agency president Margriet Mitchell. “With […]

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COLUMNS & OPINIONS

Curve send Baysox back to 500

Curve send Baysox back to 500

The Baysox (54-54) lost to Altoona (44-65) 6-3 Sunday night to drop three out of four games in the series and fall back to .500 on the season for the first time since June 15. With an Akron win, the Baysox fall to 4.5 games behind the RubberDucks for the second playoff spot in the […]

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Curve bend Baysox

Curve bend Baysox

The Baysox (54-53) surrendered a season-high 21 hits in an 11-0 loss to Altoona (43-65) Saturday night. The loss was the Baysox worst shutout defeat of the season and came one-run shy of matching the Baysox 16-4 loss May 29 against Akron as the largest deficit of the season. Altoona jumped out to an early […]

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Early runs propel Curve past Baysox

Early runs propel Curve past Baysox

Altoona (42-65) took the lead in the second inning on a Willy Garcia two-run homer and the Baysox (54-52) were never able to catch up in a 3-1 loss to the Curve Friday night. Despite three errors and a few baserunning mistakes, the Baysox were not able to make Altoona pay on the scoreboard. Altoona […]

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Big inning boosts Baysox

Big inning boosts Baysox

The Baysox (54-51) scored six runs in an error-aided second inning to take a big lead over the Altoona Curve (41-65) in a 9-1 win Thursday night. Baysox starter Zach Davies also had a nice outing, throwing seven innings and allowing one run on five hits while striking out seven and walking one in the […]

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Baysox hang on for tight win

Baysox hang on for tight win

After late rallies by Harrisburg the past two nights, the Baysox were able to hang on to the lead in a 6-4 win over the Senators Wednesday afternoon to avoid a three-game sweep. All three game in the series were decided by two runs or less. The Baysox got on the board first in the […]

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Wild pitch dooms Baysox

Wild pitch dooms Baysox

A wild pitch with two outs and a runner on third base in the top of the 10th inning Monday sealed the Baysox (52-50) fate in a 4-3 loss to the Harrisburg Senators (41-60). The Julio DePaula wild pitch came after the Senators and Baysox traded ninth inning runs to send the game to extra […]

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Tecla K-9 Academy to hold grand opening

Tecla K-9 Academy to hold grand opening

| July 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

Tecla’s K-9 Academy will host their long-awaited grand opening party at their new, spacious Elkridge facility on Saturday, August 2, 2014. To mark the special occasion, Tecla Walton and her team have lined up a feature-packed event that is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Leashed and vaccinated dogs are welcome to attend the grand […]

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Ravens pep rally gears up for Monday’s practice

Ravens pep rally gears up for Monday’s practice

| July 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Baltimore Ravens cheerleaders and Poe, the team’s mascot descended on City Dock in Annapolis this morning to celebrate Ravens Day in Annapolis.  Mayor Pantelides presented a proclamation naming July 31, 2014 Ravens Day in Annapolis. The cheerleaders and Poe remained on hand for a little to sign autographs and pose for pictures. All images © […]

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NOAA’s Ark coming to Annapolis Maritime Museum

NOAA’s Ark coming to Annapolis Maritime Museum

| July 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Annapolis Maritime Museum will showcase artifacts representing science, service and stewardship by NOAA and its  predecessor agencies –- from 19th century maps and charts to early scientific instruments that recall the agency’s proud heritage and legacy of service to the nation. Treasures of NOAA’s Ark is a traveling exhibit that has been on display […]

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Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County makes grants for 2014

Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County makes grants for 2014

| July 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County is proud to announce the 2014 Ladders to Success Education and Youth Development Grants. The awards totaling 55,875 aim to improve educational outcomes for at-risk youth in Anne Arundel County. Over the past five years, CFAAC has granted more than $525,000 through Ladders to local nonprofit organizations that […]

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Back to school tips from Patient First

Back to school tips from Patient First

| July 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

Your children are enjoying every second of summer vacation but you need to get ready to send them back to school next month.  Don’t think your list stops with pencils, backpacks and new clothes.  You also need to prepare a back to school health checklist.  Children need to be healthy and alert in order to […]

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Boatyard Beach Bash scheduled for September 20th at AMM

Boatyard Beach Bash scheduled for September 20th at AMM

| July 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Party with Coral Reefers and Parrotheads and enjoy the last sunset of the summer on the beach at the Annapolis Maritime Museum. Founding sponsor Boatyard Bar & Grill and Presenting sponsor KEYW are partnering with the Museum again this year and will be bringing in more star power than ever! Peter Mayer and Scott Kirby […]

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Pantelides shuffles deck chairs again

Pantelides shuffles deck chairs again

| July 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides announced that Public Works Director David Jarrell will be the Acting City Manager effective July 31, 2014. “Mr. Jarrell has agreed to take on the duties of the position for the next few months, helping to fulfill the needs of the City as we continue our search for a City Manger,” […]

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Pride of Baltimore coming to CBMM in August

Pride of Baltimore coming to CBMM in August

| July 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

The tall ship Pride of Baltimore II arrives at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, MD on Wednesday, August 6 and remains dockside along CBMM’s campus through August 10, with deck tours offered daily. The replica schooner will be available for guided deck tours from 3-6 p.m. on August 6, and from 9 […]

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Mayor Pantelides hosts Twitter Town Hall

Mayor Pantelides hosts Twitter Town Hall

| July 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Annapolis Mayor, Michael Pantelides, hosted a Twitter Town Hall session this morning from 10am to 11am. Residents who were on  Twitter could ask the Mayor a question on any topic. This is an additional outreach of his office beyond the 10 minute appointments which are available monthly for residents. Below are the questions asked, in […]

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Reminder: Ravens practice in Annapolis on Monday

Reminder: Ravens practice in Annapolis on Monday

| July 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Baltimore Ravens will be coming in to Annapolis  for a practice at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Monday, August 4, 2014. When: Monday, Aug. 4 Practice Start Time: 7 p.m. Gates Open:  5:30 p.m. Parking:  Lots open at 4 p.m. and are available for cold tailgating. $10 for cars and $25 for buses Parking may be […]

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Travis Pastrana bobblehead comes to Bowie

Travis Pastrana bobblehead comes to Bowie

| July 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Bowie Baysox will pay Tribute to X-Game Legend Travis Pastrana with a Bobblehead Giveaway Thursday, August 7, as the team takes on the Portland SeaDogs at 6:35 p.m. at Prince George’s Stadium. The first 750 fans ages 13 and older will receive the bobbling version of the Maryland native and extreme sports star. Raised […]

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Snowden retains seat as Chair of HACA for now

Snowden retains seat as Chair of HACA for now

| July 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Last night, the Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis made their quarterly report to the City Council.  The report itself was not much different than the pst ones–the organization is plodding along and meeting Federal requirements. But Carl Snowden Chairman of HACA , took about 20 minutes before the report to lambaste Mayor Pantelides […]

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Annapolis Police under fire for photographing black teens

Annapolis Police under fire for photographing black teens

| July 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

After two men were attacked on July 21st, the Annapolis Police Department began investigating to solve the crime. The suspects were “5-7 black teenagers.” In their efforts to solve the crime, residents of Clay Street claim that the police are stopping and photographing their children and are alleging racial profiling. Chief of Police, Michael Pristoop, […]

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New art exhibit at Woods Memorial

New art exhibit at Woods Memorial

| July 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Gallery at Woods is currently exhibiting work by members of the Laurel Art Guild.  The eleven artists featured work in a variety of media, including oils, watercolors, acrylic and pastels. Styles range from realism to abstract expressionism;;  Subjects include landscapes,  seascapes, still-lifes and florals. The exhibit runs through August 17.  Gallery hours are Monday through Thursday, […]

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24th Annual Annapolis Art Walk August 21

24th Annual Annapolis Art Walk August 21

| July 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Annapolis Gallery Association is pleased to announce its 24th Annual Annapolis Art Walk to be held Thursday evening August 21st from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM.  The public is invited to join us in a festive evening enjoying the visual arts.  Over twenty galleries in downtown historic Annapolis are participating in this annual event, hosting new art […]

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Glen Burnie man busted for drugs after family member calls police

Glen Burnie man busted for drugs after family member calls police

| July 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

On July 27th, 2014 at approximately 12:16 am, officers from the Northern District Midnight Shift responded to the 500 block of Wellham Ave., Glen Burnie, Anne Arundel County, Maryland for a report of recovered CDS. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the reporting person who advised discovering a large quantity of marijuana located in a shed […]

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California man indicted on sex charges involving Edgewater girl

California man indicted on sex charges involving Edgewater girl

| July 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

A California man was indicted Friday for sexual solicitation of an Edgewater girl that he met online, State’s Attorney Anne Colt Leitess announced. Murray Lee Chesak, 25, of Ontario, Calif., is charged with four counts of Sexual Solicitation of a Minor, Soliciting Child Pornography and Displaying Obscene Material to a Minor. On March 10, 2014, […]

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County proposes 2 options for closed health care center

County proposes 2 options for closed health care center

| July 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Anne Arundel County, the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Chase Brexton Health Care and Family Health Centers of Baltimore  jointly announced two major efforts to serve people affected by the closure of People’s Community Health Centers – the opening of a temporary health clinic in Glen Burnie and a new transportation service to […]

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Annapolis Police go fishing with the kids

Annapolis Police go fishing with the kids

| July 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

The week of July 21st saw the Annapolis Police Department holding its annual youth fishing camp for the 14th year.  Youngsters from Annapolis learned how to fish with the help of officers, civilian employees, and volunteers.  Longtime participant Lt. Kevin Krauss even took vacation from his job as Commander of Criminal Investigations to go out […]

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Curve send Baysox back to 500

Curve send Baysox back to 500

| July 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Baysox (54-54) lost to Altoona (44-65) 6-3 Sunday night to drop three out of four games in the series and fall back to .500 on the season for the first time since June 15. With an Akron win, the Baysox fall to 4.5 games behind the RubberDucks for the second playoff spot in the […]

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Olivia Constants Foundation awards more than $25,000 in scholarships

Olivia Constants Foundation awards more than $25,000 in scholarships

| July 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Olivia Constants Foundation,Inc. (OCF) a 501c3 public charity, recently awarded 12 scholarships to deserving graduated seniors. The scholarships totaled over $25,000. The foundation has been funded by donations in memory of Olivia Constants who tragically lost her life in a sailing accident near the Naval Academy in Annapolis on June 23,2011. These scholarships will […]

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“ART-chitecture” Exhibit at BWI now available online

“ART-chitecture” Exhibit at BWI now available online

| July 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

If you’re not planning a trip to the BWI airport to see the latest Arts Council exhibit, you can still see work of Anne Arundel County artists paintings, drawings, and photographs featured in  the “ART-chitecture” Exhibit sponsored by the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County by clicking on your computer to the link http://acaac.org/exhibitentry/sales/ .  […]

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Accident shuts down I-97 in Millersville

Accident shuts down I-97 in Millersville

| July 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

Just after 8:15 this morning multiple units responded to the area of I-97 North near Route 32 for a reported motor vehicle collision with entrapment. Units arrived on location to find a single vehicle accident with three people ejected from the vehicle and one severely trapped. Initially a “Go Team” from the University of Maryland […]

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32nd Annual Small Craft Festival at CBMM October 4-5

32nd Annual Small Craft Festival at CBMM October 4-5

| July 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

The 32nd Annual Mid-Atlantic Small Craft Festival comes to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum on Saturday, October 4 and Sunday, October 5, bringing a collection of small craft to the museum’s Miles River waterfront, along with live music, scenic river cruises, food, beverages, and more. Sailing skiffs, rowing shells, kayaks, canoes, paddleboats, prams and other […]

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Curve bend Baysox

Curve bend Baysox

| July 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Baysox (54-53) surrendered a season-high 21 hits in an 11-0 loss to Altoona (43-65) Saturday night. The loss was the Baysox worst shutout defeat of the season and came one-run shy of matching the Baysox 16-4 loss May 29 against Akron as the largest deficit of the season. Altoona jumped out to an early […]

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Swimmer drowns in Edgewater

Swimmer drowns in Edgewater

| July 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

UPDATE: The Maryland Natural Resources Police have identified the drowning victim as Jorge Majano. ID in swimming fatality Saturday night in Edgewater: Jorge Majano, 26. He is 17th water-related fatality investigated by NRP this year. — MD NRP (@MDNRPolice) July 27, 2014 A 26 year old swimmer was just recovered from Almshouse Creek. Emergency crews […]

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2 accidents send 2 to shock trauma with life threatening injuries

2 accidents send 2 to shock trauma with life threatening injuries

| July 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Three motorists are fighting for their lives in shock trauma after being injured in three separate accidents. The details of the two earlier accidents are below.  A third accident, on Route 50 eastbound near St. Margarets Road sent a third person (also on a motorcycle) to shock trauma. Details of the third accident have not […]

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Londontowne Symphony announces 2014-15 schedule

Londontowne Symphony announces 2014-15 schedule

| July 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

From the spooky sounds of Halloween to the magic of Christmas and the grandeur of Hollywood, the Londontowne Symphony Orchestra (LSO) will treat audiences to some of the best-loved works of the classical repertoire in its 2014-2015 season, Meet the Masters! The LSO will continue its collaboration with the Ballet Theater of Maryland with two […]

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Full agenda for St. John’s College

Full agenda for St. John’s College

| July 26, 2014 | 1 Comment

St. John’s College has a full calendar for the fall semester which begins later next month. August 2014 August 20 Undergraduate Convocation, 4:15 p.m. August 21 Classes begin. August 22 Dean’s Lecture, Topic to be announced, by Pamela Kraus, dean, St. John’s College, Annapolis. The lecture will be held in the Francis Scott Key Auditorium […]

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Vans Warped Tour 2014 (Photos)

Vans Warped Tour 2014 (Photos)

| July 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Vans Warped Tour rolled into the Merriweather Post Pavilion on July 22nd to a sold out crowd.  While there is a lot of argument about the capacity of the facility, estimates range from 50,000 to 90,000.  Needless to say, it was a crowded and hot day in July, but that did not stop the […]

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