Regional Recap, June 28, 2013

| June 28, 2013
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Brooklyn Park Man, 66, Stabbed. Anne Arundel County police are looking for the person who stabbed a 66-year-old Brooklyn Park man. Officers were called to the 5600 block of Patrick Henry Drive for a report of a stabbing around 10 p.m. Wednesday. Police said the victim, identified as Ronald Thomas, was suffering from an apparent stab wound to his arm.

Anne Arundel Superintendent Heads To PG County. Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker is set to announce a new public schools CEO. Baker will introduce Anne Arundel County Public Schools superintendent Kevin Maxwell at a news conference on Friday. The event will take place at Northwestern High School, where Maxwell once was the principal. Maxwell had worked for the Prince George’s public schools for 22 years.

Naval Academy Plebes Begin Induction Day. Induction Day has arrived for hundreds of incoming plebes at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis. About 1,200 people in the academy’s Class of 2017 said goodbye Thursday morning to parents before getting in line to get their buzz cuts to start their plebe summer. ”It’s just an honor. I’m just grateful I got in and happy, honored and blessed to be here,” said plebe Alyssa Dilldine.

Budget Woes May Cancel Classes At USNA. U.S. Naval Academy officials said federal budget cuts could lead to canceled classes. Academy spokesman Cmdr. John Schofield said the cuts will mean furlough days. Schofield said Department of Defense civilian employees must take 11 furlough days between July 8 and Sept. 30, the end of the fiscal year. He said that will mean taking two days per pay period as furlough days. About half of the faculty members at the school are civilian employees.

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