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Annapolis Police searching for man who exposed self near Maryland Hall and Bates Middle

Annapolis Police searching for man who exposed self near Maryland Hall and Bates Middle

| December 20, 2016

The Annapolis Police Department is looking for a young adult male who is suspected of exposing himself yesterday in the area of Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts. From the police report: 700 and 800 block of Chase St – 12/19 at 4:20pm:  An adult male suspect exposed himself to two juveniles and an adult […]

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Annapolis man sentenced to 60 years for attempted murder

Annapolis man sentenced to 60 years for attempted murder

| December 19, 2016

Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney Wes Adams announced that Kendrick Tooles, 27, of Annapolis, was sentenced by Circuit Court Judge Stacey McCormack to life in prison, with 60 years of active incarceration, for Attempted First Degree and Attempted Second Degree Murder, Heroin Distribution, and Firearm Possession by a Person Prohibited as a result of a […]

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Capital backtracks on Annapolis Police gun seizures

Capital backtracks on Annapolis Police gun seizures

| December 15, 2016

An article that appeared in this morning’s Capital Gazette has disappeared. The headline, did not seem to reflect what Annapolis Police Chief Michael Pristoop has told the council, residents, and more recently The Maryland Crabs in a podcast episode that aired last week. Gun seizures are up. While crime is indeed down, the more violent crimes […]

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PODCAST: Annapolis Police Chief Pristoop talks about what APD is doing to handle Annapolis crime

PODCAST: Annapolis Police Chief Pristoop talks about what APD is doing to handle Annapolis crime

| December 13, 2016

The Maryland Crabs, a new local podcast, sat down and spoke with the Annapolis Police Department’s Chief of Police, Michael Pristoop to discuss all things crime in Annapolis. Topics include what to do about HACA, the addition of more cameras, staffing, and the real numbers–which may surprise you. Listen to it right here…. …or head […]

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Eastport Yacht Club lights up the water with the Lights Parade (PHOTOS)

Eastport Yacht Club lights up the water with the Lights Parade (PHOTOS)

| December 11, 2016

The Eastport Yacht Club took an unwanted break in 2015 when their signature event, the Lights Parade, was canceled at the last minute due to the devastating fire at the Annapolis Yacht Club on the day of the event.  But 2016 brought no fires, but did bring nearly 100 boats from dinghies to yachts to […]

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Annapolis Cotillion returns

Annapolis Cotillion returns

| December 10, 2016

The Annapolis Cotillion Committee is pleased to announce the return of the cotillion for the 2016-2017 season. The cotillion is an instructional program in ballroom dancing and social etiquette for students in grades 5 through 8. Registration for the current season continues through Friday, December 9. The Annapolis Cotillion originated in the 1950s. In 1960, […]

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Congregation Kneseth Israel gift shop open for Hanukah purchases

Congregation Kneseth Israel gift shop open for Hanukah purchases

| December 10, 2016

Congregation Kneseth Israel opens its gift shop for your many purchases on your Hanukah gift list.  The Kneseth Israel Gift Shop has a lovely selection of menorahs, large and small, many themed to delight your children and grandchildren as the candles are lit and songs are sung!  Dreidels for spinning, toys to enjoy, and beautiful […]

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Add some “green” to your holiday with Annapolis Green

Add some “green” to your holiday with Annapolis Green

| December 10, 2016

Annapolis Green has several ways to add some environmental “Green” to your holiday celebrations. A great gift for the gardener in your life – Four months ago Annapolis Green helped the Annapolis Rotary Crabfeast go Zero Waste! It was a monumental task with close to 13 tons of crab shells, corn cobs, cardboard trays, napkins, […]

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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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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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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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Busy December at Chesapeake Arts Center

Busy December at Chesapeake Arts Center

| December 6, 2016

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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Man who killed Broadneck student sentenced to 8 years in prison

Man who killed Broadneck student sentenced to 8 years in prison

| December 6, 2016

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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Police investigating mid-day stabbing death in Glen Burnie

Police investigating mid-day stabbing death in Glen Burnie

| December 6, 2016

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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December happenings at Hammond-Harwood House

December happenings at Hammond-Harwood House

| December 5, 2016

“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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WRNR’s Holiday Hoo-Ha with The Head and the Heart, Pete Yorn, and Joseph to benefit Samaritan House

WRNR’s Holiday Hoo-Ha with The Head and the Heart, Pete Yorn, and Joseph to benefit Samaritan House

| December 1, 2016

Does your holiday list include great live music, awesome rock-n-roll merchandise and tickets to the “must see” concert of 2017? What if you could mix in a benefit for a local non-profit group who helps men battling addiction in our community? You can check off all of these at WRNR’s 2016 Holiday Hoo-Ha concert Friday, […]

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Volunteer this holiday season! The Volunteer Center has the answer

Volunteer this holiday season! The Volunteer Center has the answer

| December 1, 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.   Anne Arundel County Department of Aging and Disabilities The Department […]

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AACC employees put dent in Food Link’s Thanksgiving food drive

AACC employees put dent in Food Link’s Thanksgiving food drive

| November 30, 2016

Anne Arundel Community College’s staff and faculty recently donated $4,765 and 137 meals for Food Link’s Thanksgiving food drive. “We can meet the need and it’s because of you,” said Cathy Bird, executive director of Food Link. “You are hands down our most consistent donor on this level.” Bird said having traditional holiday food can […]

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Woman charged with attempted murder after attempt at “cutting the demons” from grandmother

Woman charged with attempted murder after attempt at “cutting the demons” from grandmother

| November 28, 2016

On November 27, 2016 at approximately 7:25 a.m.,, officers responded to a residence in the 500 block of 2nd Street, Pasadena in reference to a family violence. The caller, a family member who was not on scene, stated that an elderly female victim was stabbed by her Granddaughter numerous times.  When officers arrived, they located […]

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Governor Hogan annonces $46 million in victim assistance grants

Governor Hogan annonces $46 million in victim assistance grants

| November 27, 2016

Governor Larry Hogan today announced that over $46 million in Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Victim Assistance federal grants will be awarded to state and local agencies and nonprofit organizations that provide assistance, services, and treatment for Maryland citizens who have been victims of crime. The governor made the announcement at the Center for Children […]

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