LOCAL NEWS

Catalyst: The Art of John Gornto opens tomorrow at Chesapeake Arts Center

Catalyst: The Art of John Gornto opens tomorrow at Chesapeake Arts Center

In science, a catalyst incites reaction. John Gornto, artist and aerospace engineer, works in the Baltimore area. He creates artworks that react to his personal struggles and to his environment. Over 15 artworks, both large and small scale, including acrylic and watercolor paintings and sculptures within cigar boxes will be featured in the exhibition Catalyst: The […]

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Grasonville woman arrested in connection with Glen Burnie murder

Grasonville woman arrested in connection with Glen Burnie murder

Anne Arundel County Police have made an arrest in the stabbing death of a Glen Burnie woman earlier this week. From the AACoPD: As the investigation continued several pieces of evidence related to the crime have been recovered and submitted for forensic analysis. Detectives continued to conduct numerous interviews with witnesses that had information related […]

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Annapolis Pediatrics wins Friendly Healthcare Provider Award

Annapolis Pediatrics wins Friendly Healthcare Provider Award

The Maryland Breastfeeding Coalition recently recognized five healthcare providers with the Maryland Breastfeeding -Friendly Healthcare Provider Award.  This was Annapolis Pediatrics first time applying and receiving the designation. According to the Maryland Breastfeeding Coalitions’ press release: “Businesses were judged based on their size and the accommodations they provided to breastfeeding employees (breastfeeding support and education, and the time […]

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Severn Sleigh returns to Midnight Madness tomorrow night and beyond

Severn Sleigh returns to Midnight Madness tomorrow night and beyond

Severn Bank is delighted to have a hand in bringing good things to our community. For the third year in a row, the Severn Sleigh will embark on a route around Anne Arundel County to make the holidays a little brighter for those in need. From December 8-15, the Severn Sleigh will make stops at […]

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CRIME

Grasonville woman arrested in connection with Glen Burnie murder

Grasonville woman arrested in connection with Glen Burnie murder

Anne Arundel County Police have made an arrest in the stabbing death of a Glen Burnie woman earlier this week. From the AACoPD: As the investigation continued several pieces of evidence related to the crime have been recovered and submitted for forensic analysis. Detectives continued to conduct numerous interviews with witnesses that had information related […]

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Brooklyn man sentenced to 10 years for stabbing mother

Brooklyn man sentenced to 10 years for stabbing mother

Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney Wes Adams announced today that Paul Tond, 32, of Brooklyn, was sentenced by Circuit Court Judge Michele D. Jaklitsch to 20 years with 10 years of active jail time for First Degree Assault after stabbing his mother in the chest while she slept. Tond pleaded guilty on September 15, 2016. “This […]

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5-hour Glen Burnie barricade ends with suicide attempt

5-hour Glen Burnie barricade ends with suicide attempt

On December 6, 2016 at approximately 1:15 p.m., officers responded to the 300 block of Old Stage Road in Glen Burnie for a domestic assault. Upon arrival officers met with an adult female victim who stated that she had been assaulted by a male inside her apartment. She identified the male as 38 year old […]

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Man who killed Broadneck student sentenced to 8 years in prison

Man who killed Broadneck student sentenced to 8 years in prison

Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney Wes Adams announced today that Ryan Surgeon, 20, of Laurel, was sentenced by Circuit Court Judge Michele D. Jaklitsch to eight years in prison, with seven years of back up time and the first five years without the possibility of parole, for the shooting death of Broadneck high school student Kymici […]

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EVENTS

Catalyst: The Art of John Gornto opens tomorrow at Chesapeake Arts Center

Catalyst: The Art of John Gornto opens tomorrow at Chesapeake Arts Center

In science, a catalyst incites reaction. John Gornto, artist and aerospace engineer, works in the Baltimore area. He creates artworks that react to his personal struggles and to his environment. Over 15 artworks, both large and small scale, including acrylic and watercolor paintings and sculptures within cigar boxes will be featured in the exhibition Catalyst: The […]

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Severn Sleigh returns to Midnight Madness tomorrow night and beyond

Severn Sleigh returns to Midnight Madness tomorrow night and beyond

Severn Bank is delighted to have a hand in bringing good things to our community. For the third year in a row, the Severn Sleigh will embark on a route around Anne Arundel County to make the holidays a little brighter for those in need. From December 8-15, the Severn Sleigh will make stops at […]

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Navy unveils new Under Armour uniforms for Army-Navy Game this Saturday

Navy unveils new Under Armour uniforms for Army-Navy Game this Saturday

The Navy football team will wear Under Armour-designed “Beat Army” uniforms for the 2016 Army-Navy Game presented by USAA on Dec. 10 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore at 3 PM on CBS. This year’s “Beat Army” uniform is inspired by the uniforms Navy wore during the 1963 football season. Navy went 9-2 in 1963, […]

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Mission Escape Rooms to debut new room this weekend

Mission Escape Rooms to debut new room this weekend

Mission Escape Rooms, a relatively new (and incredibly fun) business on West Street is changing things up. Not familiar with the concept? They have been popping up all over the country and it is really quite simple.  You go into a room and try to get out. Solve the scavenger hunt type puzzle and you […]

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NON-PROFIT NEWS

Catalyst: The Art of John Gornto opens tomorrow at Chesapeake Arts Center

Catalyst: The Art of John Gornto opens tomorrow at Chesapeake Arts Center

In science, a catalyst incites reaction. John Gornto, artist and aerospace engineer, works in the Baltimore area. He creates artworks that react to his personal struggles and to his environment. Over 15 artworks, both large and small scale, including acrylic and watercolor paintings and sculptures within cigar boxes will be featured in the exhibition Catalyst: The […]

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Get out and volunteer

Get out and volunteer

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.   BWI Pathfinder Volunteers Volunteers are needed to staff airport information […]

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Busy December at Chesapeake Arts Center

Busy December at Chesapeake Arts Center

This holiday season, the Chesapeake Arts Center is continuing its tradition of offering a variety of fun, holiday performances and activities for the whole family. Now in its 14th season, Spencer Humm Entertainment Presents The Baltimore Special’s Christmas Radio Comedy show on December 9, 10, 11, 16, 17 and 18, 2016. Saturday shows starting at […]

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December happenings at Hammond-Harwood House

December happenings at Hammond-Harwood House

“At Home with the Harwood’s: An 1835 Christmas” Holiday Tours December 2 through 31 Tuesday to Sunday tours on the hour 12pm to 4pm. Last tour at 4pm. Tours will be given on the regular hours of the museum with museum admission. This special tour takes visitors back to the early 19th century when the Harwoods […]

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AREA BUSINESSES

Annapolis Pediatrics wins Friendly Healthcare Provider Award

Annapolis Pediatrics wins Friendly Healthcare Provider Award

The Maryland Breastfeeding Coalition recently recognized five healthcare providers with the Maryland Breastfeeding -Friendly Healthcare Provider Award.  This was Annapolis Pediatrics first time applying and receiving the designation. According to the Maryland Breastfeeding Coalitions’ press release: “Businesses were judged based on their size and the accommodations they provided to breastfeeding employees (breastfeeding support and education, and the time […]

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Severn Sleigh returns to Midnight Madness tomorrow night and beyond

Severn Sleigh returns to Midnight Madness tomorrow night and beyond

Severn Bank is delighted to have a hand in bringing good things to our community. For the third year in a row, the Severn Sleigh will embark on a route around Anne Arundel County to make the holidays a little brighter for those in need. From December 8-15, the Severn Sleigh will make stops at […]

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Mission Escape Rooms to debut new room this weekend

Mission Escape Rooms to debut new room this weekend

Mission Escape Rooms, a relatively new (and incredibly fun) business on West Street is changing things up. Not familiar with the concept? They have been popping up all over the country and it is really quite simple.  You go into a room and try to get out. Solve the scavenger hunt type puzzle and you […]

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Last week for HERE. a pop up shop on State Circle

Last week for HERE. a pop up shop on State Circle

Don’t forget this is HERE. a pop-up shop‘s last week at 50 State Circle! Two floors of their Winter Wonderland boutique is full of unique gifts, décor, cards, ornaments, stocking stuffers, art, holiday style, jewelry, accessories and more! This holiday shop they are doing multiple GIVE BACK. Days benefitting the Arundel House of Hope! If you bring in new, adult […]

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COLUMNS & OPINIONS

Police investigating mid-day stabbing death in Glen Burnie

Police investigating mid-day stabbing death in Glen Burnie

On December 5, 2016 at approximately 1:53 pm, officers responded to 144 Mountain Road in Glen Burnie for an assault in progress. When officers arrived, they located an adult female victim lying outside the apartment building that appeared to be suffering from stab wounds. The fire department transported the female to Baltimore Washington Medical Center […]

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“Memoirs of a Main Street Boy” an Annapolis reflection, Part 2

“Memoirs of a Main Street Boy” an Annapolis reflection, Part 2

With the holidays upon us, I remember fondly my favorite Christmas as a youth living in our third-floor apartment on Main Street. As I recount in my book, Memoirs of a Main Street Boy, it was 1946; I was 13 and gathered with my mom and dad in our living room overlooking Main Street. I […]

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“Memoirs of a Main Street Boy” an Annapolis reflection, Part 1

“Memoirs of a Main Street Boy” an Annapolis reflection, Part 1

I’ve had my eye on Annapolis since I was born here in the old Emergency Hospital on Franklin Street on December 16, 1933. That’s why I appreciate Eye On Annapolis giving me the opportunity to write about “Growing Up in America’s Ancient City,” the subtitle of my new book, Memoirs of a Main Street Boy. […]

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Violence continues in Eastport, local residents ask Mayor, Police Chief, and Aldermen for help

Violence continues in Eastport, local residents ask Mayor, Police Chief, and Aldermen for help

As Annapolis faces the most violent year in recent history, residents of Eastport (primarily) are living on the edge and are asking for the City to do something about the increasing violence in the neighborhood. The following is a copy of a letter sent to Annapolis Mayor, Mike Pantelides; Police Chief, Michael Pristoop; and Aldermen […]

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MORE RECENT ARTICLES

Catalyst: The Art of John Gornto opens tomorrow at Chesapeake Arts Center

Catalyst: The Art of John Gornto opens tomorrow at Chesapeake Arts Center

| December 8, 2016

In science, a catalyst incites reaction. John Gornto, artist and aerospace engineer, works in the Baltimore area. He creates artworks that react to his personal struggles and to his environment. Over 15 artworks, both large and small scale, including acrylic and watercolor paintings and sculptures within cigar boxes will be featured in the exhibition Catalyst: The […]

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Grasonville woman arrested in connection with Glen Burnie murder

Grasonville woman arrested in connection with Glen Burnie murder

| December 8, 2016

Anne Arundel County Police have made an arrest in the stabbing death of a Glen Burnie woman earlier this week. From the AACoPD: As the investigation continued several pieces of evidence related to the crime have been recovered and submitted for forensic analysis. Detectives continued to conduct numerous interviews with witnesses that had information related […]

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Get out and volunteer

Get out and volunteer

| December 8, 2016

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.   BWI Pathfinder Volunteers Volunteers are needed to staff airport information […]

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Annapolis Pediatrics wins Friendly Healthcare Provider Award

Annapolis Pediatrics wins Friendly Healthcare Provider Award

| December 8, 2016

The Maryland Breastfeeding Coalition recently recognized five healthcare providers with the Maryland Breastfeeding -Friendly Healthcare Provider Award.  This was Annapolis Pediatrics first time applying and receiving the designation. According to the Maryland Breastfeeding Coalitions’ press release: “Businesses were judged based on their size and the accommodations they provided to breastfeeding employees (breastfeeding support and education, and the time […]

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Severn Sleigh returns to Midnight Madness tomorrow night and beyond

Severn Sleigh returns to Midnight Madness tomorrow night and beyond

| December 7, 2016

Severn Bank is delighted to have a hand in bringing good things to our community. For the third year in a row, the Severn Sleigh will embark on a route around Anne Arundel County to make the holidays a little brighter for those in need. From December 8-15, the Severn Sleigh will make stops at […]

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Brooklyn man sentenced to 10 years for stabbing mother

Brooklyn man sentenced to 10 years for stabbing mother

| December 7, 2016

Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney Wes Adams announced today that Paul Tond, 32, of Brooklyn, was sentenced by Circuit Court Judge Michele D. Jaklitsch to 20 years with 10 years of active jail time for First Degree Assault after stabbing his mother in the chest while she slept. Tond pleaded guilty on September 15, 2016. “This […]

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Military Bowl to celebrate 75th anniversary of USO

Military Bowl to celebrate 75th anniversary of USO

| December 7, 2016

The 2016 Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman, benefiting the USO, will celebrate the nonprofit’s 75th anniversary. Founded in 1941, the military support organization serves as a force behind the forces – connecting service members to family, home and country throughout their service to the nation. The USO operates more than 180 locations worldwide and […]

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Annapolis to Newport Race announces PHRF rating requirements

Annapolis to Newport Race announces PHRF rating requirements

| December 7, 2016

For only the second time in the event’s 70-year history, the 2017 Annapolis to Newport Race will feature specialized Performance Handicap Racing Fleet (PHRF) rating requirements compiled by a special consortium of experienced handicappers. The PHRF ratings will take into account various elements of the A2N course along with unique characteristics of each boat. A […]

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5-hour Glen Burnie barricade ends with suicide attempt

5-hour Glen Burnie barricade ends with suicide attempt

| December 6, 2016

On December 6, 2016 at approximately 1:15 p.m., officers responded to the 300 block of Old Stage Road in Glen Burnie for a domestic assault. Upon arrival officers met with an adult female victim who stated that she had been assaulted by a male inside her apartment. She identified the male as 38 year old […]

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Annapolis Charter School, Monarch Academy, now accepting applicaitons

Annapolis Charter School, Monarch Academy, now accepting applicaitons

| December 6, 2016

Parents and guardians who are interested in having their children attend the new Monarch Academy Annapolis Public Contract School next fall can submit an application now through February 1, 2017. The school, which will draw about 530 students in kindergarten through fifth grade and will be open to elementary students from the Annapolis cluster, will […]

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Navy unveils new Under Armour uniforms for Army-Navy Game this Saturday

Navy unveils new Under Armour uniforms for Army-Navy Game this Saturday

| December 6, 2016

The Navy football team will wear Under Armour-designed “Beat Army” uniforms for the 2016 Army-Navy Game presented by USAA on Dec. 10 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore at 3 PM on CBS. This year’s “Beat Army” uniform is inspired by the uniforms Navy wore during the 1963 football season. Navy went 9-2 in 1963, […]

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Mission Escape Rooms to debut new room this weekend

Mission Escape Rooms to debut new room this weekend

| December 6, 2016

Mission Escape Rooms, a relatively new (and incredibly fun) business on West Street is changing things up. Not familiar with the concept? They have been popping up all over the country and it is really quite simple.  You go into a room and try to get out. Solve the scavenger hunt type puzzle and you […]

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