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Glen Burnie man killed in Route 100 crash

Glen Burnie man killed in Route 100 crash

On February 16, 2019 at approximately 11:43am, officers responded to MD 100 East at Quarterfield Road for a two-vehicle crash. A Toyota was traveling eastbound on MD 100. The driver lost control and struck a guardrail on the right shoulder.  The Toyota crossed back into the traffic lanes where it flipped onto a Honda that was also traveling eastbound on MD 100.  The driver of the Toyota was pronounced dead at the scene and was transported to the Office of […]

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County launches new snow plow tracking system

County launches new snow plow tracking system

Anne Arundel County snow plows will now be trackable during snow events. The county’s Department of Public Works (DPW) launched a new tracking system that allows the public to track snow and ice removal efforts online.  All county and contractor snow removal vehicles are now equipped with an Automated Vehicle Location (AVL) system that will […]

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Hogan proclaims 2019  the “Year of the Veteran”

Hogan proclaims 2019 the “Year of the Veteran”

Joined last week by more than 100 veterans, Governor Larry Hogan proclaimed 2019 as the Year of the Veteran in Maryland. This yearlong observance raises awareness of the brave service and sacrifice our United States veterans and families have made for Maryland and our country. Following the announcement, which was made on the north steps […]

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Glen Burnie man charged in overnight fatal accident on Route 32 near Ft. Meade

Glen Burnie man charged in overnight fatal accident on Route 32 near Ft. Meade

On February 16, 2019 at approximately 2:00am, Anne Arundel County Police officers responded to MD 32 East, just east of MD 198 for a two-vehicle crash. A Ford pick-up truck was traveling the wrong direction (westbound) in the eastbound lanes of MD 32. The Ford struck an eastbound Toyota Camry nearly head-on. The driver of […]

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CRIME

Glen Burnie man killed in Route 100 crash

Glen Burnie man killed in Route 100 crash

On February 16, 2019 at approximately 11:43am, officers responded to MD 100 East at Quarterfield Road for a two-vehicle crash. A Toyota was traveling eastbound on MD 100. The driver lost control and struck a guardrail on the right shoulder.  The Toyota crossed back into the traffic lanes where it flipped onto a Honda that was also traveling eastbound on MD 100.  The driver of the Toyota was pronounced dead at the scene and was transported to the Office of […]

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Glen Burnie man charged in overnight fatal accident on Route 32 near Ft. Meade

Glen Burnie man charged in overnight fatal accident on Route 32 near Ft. Meade

On February 16, 2019 at approximately 2:00am, Anne Arundel County Police officers responded to MD 32 East, just east of MD 198 for a two-vehicle crash. A Ford pick-up truck was traveling the wrong direction (westbound) in the eastbound lanes of MD 32. The Ford struck an eastbound Toyota Camry nearly head-on. The driver of […]

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Can you identify this arsonist caught on video?

Can you identify this arsonist caught on video?

Anne Arundel County Fire Investigators are seeking assistance from the public in identifying an individual in a video from an arson fire this morning. On February 15, 2019, at approximately 5 a.m., Anne Arundel County Fire Department Units responded to the report of a vehicle on fire in the area of Wisdom Court in Glen […]

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Brooklyn Park man charged with murdering his mother

Brooklyn Park man charged with murdering his mother

This is an update to prior story. On Thursday, February 14, 2019, at 2:59 p.m., officers responded to the 5200 block of Wasena Avenue, Brooklyn, Maryland for a burglary.  The 911 caller told police dispatchers that his mother had been murdered and a suspect had ran out of the residence.  Upon arrival officers made contact with the […]

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EVENTS

Discounted tickets to the Maryland Chicken Wing Festival

Discounted tickets to the Maryland Chicken Wing Festival

ABC Events has announced that the 6th annual Maryland Chicken Wing Festival is scheduled for Saturday, April 6, 2019 at the Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds!  Tickets will likely sell out, so make sure to purchase your tickets ahead of time.  Act today, and get 25% off general admission prices with the code PREBUY. What’s new? […]

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Calendar alert!  Maryland Day activities scheduled for end of March

Calendar alert! Maryland Day activities scheduled for end of March

On March 25th, Maryland turns 385. During Maryland Day Weekend of March 29-31, 2019 the areas historical and cultural sites come together to celebrate that milestone. They fill the weekend with fun family friendly events throughout Annapolis and southern Anne Arundel County that are free or just $1. There is a wide range of events […]

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Save the date: 2019 Marine & Maritime Career Fair Expo

Save the date: 2019 Marine & Maritime Career Fair Expo

Do you know a student who loves boats? The water? Science? Technology? Math? If so, you need to save this date: On February 23, 2019 the Eastport Yacht Club Foundation will bring together students and marine and maritime industry professionals for the Marine and Maritime Career Expo at Annapolis High School. Over fifty organizations will […]

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Vern Yip to speak at Annapolis Spring Home Expo on February 23rd

Vern Yip to speak at Annapolis Spring Home Expo on February 23rd

The 14th annual Annapolis Spring Home Expo, a one-of-a-kind homeowners event showcasing products and services for the home, will run for ONE weekend–February 23rd and 24th  from 10am-6pm on Saturday and 11am-5pm on Sunday at the Byzantium Events Center on Riva Road in Annapolis! The Expo is your place for one stop shopping for your […]

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AREA BUSINESSES

No nuts allowed at Carrol’s Creek Cafe

No nuts allowed at Carrol’s Creek Cafe

Eating out has long been a source of concern for diners with nut allergies. Even choosing nut-free menu offerings does not guarantee that ingredients haven’t come in contact with nuts during their journey from processing facilities to preparation to table. Carrol’s Creek Cafe, an icon of the Annapolis restaurant scene for 35 years, has taken […]

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Ray Crosby names “Influential Marylander” by The Daily Record

Ray Crosby names “Influential Marylander” by The Daily Record

For the second time, The Daily Record has named Raymond Crosby, President and CEO of Crosby Marketing Communications, as an “Influential Marylander” for his leadership in the category of communications. Influential Marylanders are selected by the publication’s editors to honor those in the state who have made significant impacts in their fields. “It’s an honor […]

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Voting now open for 7th Annual Rammie Awards

Voting now open for 7th Annual Rammie Awards

The Rams Head Group has announced the 7th Annual Rammie Awards, an online accolade to recognize outstanding moments of the past year. Winners are chosen via online votes from fans. Music fans will be voting on concerts that took place in 2018 at Rams Head On Stage and Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts in categories such as National Show […]

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Village at Providence Point submits final plans to Annapolis

Village at Providence Point submits final plans to Annapolis

The Village at Providence Point has recently submitted its latest proposal for the plot of land formerly known as Crystal Spring. After what National Lutheran Communities & Services CEO Larry Bradshaw calls a “very productive” 7 months with the City’s Planning and Zoning Department, all parties feel that this latest iteration will move forward. “Of […]

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PODCAST

Daily News Brief | February 15, 2019

Daily News Brief | February 15, 2019

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. And make sure you know all the ways to connect with us—> bit.ly/EOAConnect Today…Anne Arundel County Police are investigating one murder just as they solved another. Annapolis Police make arrest […]

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Daily News Brief | February 14, 2019

Daily News Brief | February 14, 2019

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. And make sure you know all the ways to connect with us—> bit.ly/EOAConnect Today…A report commissioned by Visit Annapolis has caused a stir with AirBNB owners. Mayor Buckley forms new […]

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Daily News Brief | February 13, 2019

Daily News Brief | February 13, 2019

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. And make sure you know all the ways to connect with us—> bit.ly/EOAConnect Today…Anne Arundel County Police arrest couple for dealing drugs. House of Delegates honors slain Capital Gazette employees. […]

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Daily News Brief | February 12, 2019

Daily News Brief | February 12, 2019

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. And make sure you know all the ways to connect with us—> bit.ly/EOAConnect Today…Anne Arundel County is likely to ban polystyrene. The Village at Providence Point (Crystal Spring) is moving […]

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COLUMNS & OPINIONS

OPINION: Merck and HPV: We must hold our legislators accountable

OPINION: Merck and HPV: We must hold our legislators accountable

In a completely predictable turn of events, Merck has been formally accused of fraud and a host of other serious charges relating to the approval and marketing of the troubled, liability free Gardasil vaccine. This is the same vaccine our Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has accepted over $100 million since 2011 to […]

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How many casinos are too many for Maryland?

How many casinos are too many for Maryland?

There are only eight states smaller than Maryland, yet the Old Line State gets a big chunk of change ($57.4 million a year) from casino revenues. On average, each American casino creates employment opportunities for 787 people, either directly or indirectly. This ultimately means Maryland’s six land-based casinos employ somewhere in the region of 4,000 […]

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UPDATED:  THREE longtime Main Street businesses to shutter after the holidays

UPDATED: THREE longtime Main Street businesses to shutter after the holidays

UPDATE:  We just learned of a third business that will be closing. Brown Eyed Girl — A Funky Boutique.  Please see the notice below. We have updated this article accordingly. Three longtime fixtures on Main Street in Annapolis will be dark in 2019. Eye On Annapolis has learned that  the Annapolis Running Shop (10 years), […]

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The Cottages at Queenstown: A little known oasis on on the Chester River

The Cottages at Queenstown: A little known oasis on on the Chester River

About three months ago, I got wind of a new place to stay on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Three private cottages, right on the Chester River. Intrigued, my girlfriend and I finally found time to get away from Annapolis for a short overnight jaunt to the other side of the Chesapeake Bay for a night at […]

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MORE RECENT ARTICLES

Glen Burnie man killed in Route 100 crash

Glen Burnie man killed in Route 100 crash

| February 16, 2019

On February 16, 2019 at approximately 11:43am, officers responded to MD 100 East at Quarterfield Road for a two-vehicle crash. A Toyota was traveling eastbound on MD 100. The driver lost control and struck a guardrail on the right shoulder.  The Toyota crossed back into the traffic lanes where it flipped onto a Honda that was also traveling eastbound on MD 100.  The driver of the Toyota was pronounced dead at the scene and was transported to the Office of […]

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County launches new snow plow tracking system

County launches new snow plow tracking system

| February 16, 2019

Anne Arundel County snow plows will now be trackable during snow events. The county’s Department of Public Works (DPW) launched a new tracking system that allows the public to track snow and ice removal efforts online.  All county and contractor snow removal vehicles are now equipped with an Automated Vehicle Location (AVL) system that will […]

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Hogan proclaims 2019  the “Year of the Veteran”

Hogan proclaims 2019 the “Year of the Veteran”

| February 16, 2019

Joined last week by more than 100 veterans, Governor Larry Hogan proclaimed 2019 as the Year of the Veteran in Maryland. This yearlong observance raises awareness of the brave service and sacrifice our United States veterans and families have made for Maryland and our country. Following the announcement, which was made on the north steps […]

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Glen Burnie man charged in overnight fatal accident on Route 32 near Ft. Meade

Glen Burnie man charged in overnight fatal accident on Route 32 near Ft. Meade

| February 16, 2019

On February 16, 2019 at approximately 2:00am, Anne Arundel County Police officers responded to MD 32 East, just east of MD 198 for a two-vehicle crash. A Ford pick-up truck was traveling the wrong direction (westbound) in the eastbound lanes of MD 32. The Ford struck an eastbound Toyota Camry nearly head-on. The driver of […]

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Hogan puts a compromise forward on the post Labor Day start to schools

Hogan puts a compromise forward on the post Labor Day start to schools

| February 16, 2019

Governor Larry Hogan has announced proposals, including new legislation, to ensure that the will of Maryland citizens is upheld in any legislative action impacting the start date of the school year, amid legislative efforts to undermine the governor’s executive order requiring Maryland public schools to begin classes after Labor Day. “After years of public outcry, […]

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MVA develops new RoadReady app for rookie drivers

MVA develops new RoadReady app for rookie drivers

| February 15, 2019

Are you the parent or guardian of a rookie driver? The Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration (MDOT MVA) now has the innovative RoadReady app to log your rookie driver’s education hours, distance and progress. This customer-friendly app replaces laboriously recording all of the information by hand. “Gaining experience through practicing driving is the […]

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Discounted tickets to the Maryland Chicken Wing Festival

Discounted tickets to the Maryland Chicken Wing Festival

| February 15, 2019

ABC Events has announced that the 6th annual Maryland Chicken Wing Festival is scheduled for Saturday, April 6, 2019 at the Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds!  Tickets will likely sell out, so make sure to purchase your tickets ahead of time.  Act today, and get 25% off general admission prices with the code PREBUY. What’s new? […]

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Can you identify this arsonist caught on video?

Can you identify this arsonist caught on video?

| February 15, 2019

Anne Arundel County Fire Investigators are seeking assistance from the public in identifying an individual in a video from an arson fire this morning. On February 15, 2019, at approximately 5 a.m., Anne Arundel County Fire Department Units responded to the report of a vehicle on fire in the area of Wisdom Court in Glen […]

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83-year old woman dies after clothing catches fire

83-year old woman dies after clothing catches fire

| February 15, 2019

Yesterday, an 83-year old woman perished in a fire in the Catholic Charities Senior Housing complex at Friendship Village in Odenton. Anne Arundel County Fire Department crews were called to the scene at 1208 Odenton Road at 12:39pm yesterday.  Upon investigation, they located  Betty Lee Farley, 83, with critical burn injuries in a second-floor apartment […]

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Calendar alert!  Maryland Day activities scheduled for end of March

Calendar alert! Maryland Day activities scheduled for end of March

| February 15, 2019

On March 25th, Maryland turns 385. During Maryland Day Weekend of March 29-31, 2019 the areas historical and cultural sites come together to celebrate that milestone. They fill the weekend with fun family friendly events throughout Annapolis and southern Anne Arundel County that are free or just $1. There is a wide range of events […]

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Brooklyn Park man charged with murdering his mother

Brooklyn Park man charged with murdering his mother

| February 15, 2019

This is an update to prior story. On Thursday, February 14, 2019, at 2:59 p.m., officers responded to the 5200 block of Wasena Avenue, Brooklyn, Maryland for a burglary.  The 911 caller told police dispatchers that his mother had been murdered and a suspect had ran out of the residence.  Upon arrival officers made contact with the […]

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Daily News Brief | February 15, 2019

Daily News Brief | February 15, 2019

| February 15, 2019

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. And make sure you know all the ways to connect with us—> bit.ly/EOAConnect Today…Anne Arundel County Police are investigating one murder just as they solved another. Annapolis Police make arrest […]

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Police investigating Brooklyn Park homicide

Police investigating Brooklyn Park homicide

| February 14, 2019

Anne Arundel County Police are investigating a homicide in the 5200 block of Wasena Avenue in Brooklyn Park. This afternoon at 5:20pm they tweeted a message: #Homicide Units are on scene in the 5200 block of Wasena Avenue #Brooklyn for a homicide. This appears to be an isolated incident and there is no public safety […]

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County police arrest Annapolis teen for July homicide in Glen Burnie

County police arrest Annapolis teen for July homicide in Glen Burnie

| February 14, 2019

UPDATE.  Anne Arundel County Police arrested an Annapolis man in connection with a July murder in Glen Burnie. As the investigation continued over the past several months detectives followed up on any leads and interviewed multiple witnesses. In doing so they had been able to execute several search warrants and continually collected evidence related to the […]

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Save the date: 2019 Marine & Maritime Career Fair Expo

Save the date: 2019 Marine & Maritime Career Fair Expo

| February 14, 2019

Do you know a student who loves boats? The water? Science? Technology? Math? If so, you need to save this date: On February 23, 2019 the Eastport Yacht Club Foundation will bring together students and marine and maritime industry professionals for the Marine and Maritime Career Expo at Annapolis High School. Over fifty organizations will […]

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State Police warning about telephone scams with spoofed numbers

State Police warning about telephone scams with spoofed numbers

| February 14, 2019

Maryland State Police are warning the public about a reported telephone scam in which the caller cloned a state police number and requested personal information from people as part of a criminal investigation. A woman called the Maryland State Police on Thursday morning and reported she had received a call in which the caller ID […]

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Annapolis Police arrest Laurel man in armed home invasion

Annapolis Police arrest Laurel man in armed home invasion

| February 14, 2019

Yesterday (2/13/19), Annapolis Police responded to the unit block of Juliana Circle in Annapolis for an armed home invasion. The victims reported that the suspect, Eric Burns, 20, of Laurel, was the ex-boyfriend of a resident of the home. Burns had been communicating with the woman via phone calls and text messages after the break […]

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Vern Yip to speak at Annapolis Spring Home Expo on February 23rd

Vern Yip to speak at Annapolis Spring Home Expo on February 23rd

| February 14, 2019

The 14th annual Annapolis Spring Home Expo, a one-of-a-kind homeowners event showcasing products and services for the home, will run for ONE weekend–February 23rd and 24th  from 10am-6pm on Saturday and 11am-5pm on Sunday at the Byzantium Events Center on Riva Road in Annapolis! The Expo is your place for one stop shopping for your […]

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Daily News Brief | February 14, 2019

Daily News Brief | February 14, 2019

| February 14, 2019

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. And make sure you know all the ways to connect with us—> bit.ly/EOAConnect Today…A report commissioned by Visit Annapolis has caused a stir with AirBNB owners. Mayor Buckley forms new […]

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No nuts allowed at Carrol’s Creek Cafe

No nuts allowed at Carrol’s Creek Cafe

| February 13, 2019

Eating out has long been a source of concern for diners with nut allergies. Even choosing nut-free menu offerings does not guarantee that ingredients haven’t come in contact with nuts during their journey from processing facilities to preparation to table. Carrol’s Creek Cafe, an icon of the Annapolis restaurant scene for 35 years, has taken […]

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Ray Crosby names “Influential Marylander” by The Daily Record

Ray Crosby names “Influential Marylander” by The Daily Record

| February 13, 2019

For the second time, The Daily Record has named Raymond Crosby, President and CEO of Crosby Marketing Communications, as an “Influential Marylander” for his leadership in the category of communications. Influential Marylanders are selected by the publication’s editors to honor those in the state who have made significant impacts in their fields. “It’s an honor […]

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County’s Commission on Disability Issues seeks new members

County’s Commission on Disability Issues seeks new members

| February 13, 2019

The Anne Arundel County Commission on Disability Issues is seeking new members. The purpose of the Commission is to promote and enhance the quality of life for persons with disabilities by advising county government on the coordination and development of government policies, programs, services, and allocation of resources for persons with disabilities and by proposing […]

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Buckley establishes new “Waterways Cabinet”

Buckley establishes new “Waterways Cabinet”

| February 13, 2019

City of Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley has established an “Annapolis Waterways Cabinet” to bring city decision makers and environmental stakeholders together to ensure the effective implementation of the City’s goals relating to water quality. “There are many pressing environmental issues facing our city, including watershed restoration, green transportation initiatives, climate change, and flooding and sea […]

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Global Community Citizen course to be a graduation requirement in Anne Arundel public schools

Global Community Citizen course to be a graduation requirement in Anne Arundel public schools

| February 13, 2019

The Board of Education of Anne Arundel County has approved changes to a policy that will allow Superintendent George Arlotto’s initiative to make the Global Community Citizenship a graduation requirement for all high school seniors beginning with next year’s freshmen class. The Global Community Citizenship course is designed to explore the values and diversity of […]

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New study shows the need for regulation of the vacation rental by owner properties

New study shows the need for regulation of the vacation rental by owner properties

| February 13, 2019

AirBNB and the like could be behind a future tax increase. Currently, there is a 7% hotel tax applied to a visitor’s stay when they stay in one of the hotels or bed and breakfasts in the County. But with the advent of a younger consumer and aggressive technology, many visitors are now flocking to […]

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Daily News Brief | February 13, 2019

Daily News Brief | February 13, 2019

| February 13, 2019

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. And make sure you know all the ways to connect with us—> bit.ly/EOAConnect Today…Anne Arundel County Police arrest couple for dealing drugs. House of Delegates honors slain Capital Gazette employees. […]

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Annapolis Restaurant Week is the BEST week

Annapolis Restaurant Week is the BEST week

| February 12, 2019

Annapolis Restaurant Week is one of the best times to make reservations at Annapolis area restaurants. From March 2nd to March 10th  45 of the areas restaurants will be participating in this annual event and will be offering two-course, price-fixed meal selections for just $12.95 for breakfast and $15.95 for lunch. A three-course dinner for […]

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Hogan moves to expand State benefits for firefighters

Hogan moves to expand State benefits for firefighters

| February 12, 2019

Governor Larry Hogan has announced the introduction of two pieces of legislation directed toward honoring the service and sacrifice of Maryland first responders and professional firefighters in the 2019 legislative session. The governor made the announcement at Eastport Fire Station 36 in Annapolis, Md. Governor Hogan was joined by Professional Firefighters of Maryland President Mike […]

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Annapolis couple arrested on drug charges after complaints of drug use in home

Annapolis couple arrested on drug charges after complaints of drug use in home

| February 12, 2019

Detectives from the Eastern District Narcotics Team received information regarding possible CDS distribution from a location on Bretton View Road in Annapolis. On February 11, 2019 officers from the Eastern District Tactical Narcotics Team executed a search warrant in the 1400 block of Bretton View Road in Annapolis in the furtherance of an investigation. John […]

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Annapolis says violent crime is lowest since 1975

Annapolis says violent crime is lowest since 1975

| February 12, 2019

In 2018 total reported crime decreased by two percent in Annapolis resulting in the lowest crime numbers since 1975. Violent and property crime were each reduced by two percent when compared to 2017, which also saw historic low crime.  The last two years have been two of the three lowest years reported. The Annapolis Police […]

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OPINION: Merck and HPV: We must hold our legislators accountable

OPINION: Merck and HPV: We must hold our legislators accountable

| February 12, 2019

In a completely predictable turn of events, Merck has been formally accused of fraud and a host of other serious charges relating to the approval and marketing of the troubled, liability free Gardasil vaccine. This is the same vaccine our Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has accepted over $100 million since 2011 to […]

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Voting now open for 7th Annual Rammie Awards

Voting now open for 7th Annual Rammie Awards

| February 12, 2019

The Rams Head Group has announced the 7th Annual Rammie Awards, an online accolade to recognize outstanding moments of the past year. Winners are chosen via online votes from fans. Music fans will be voting on concerts that took place in 2018 at Rams Head On Stage and Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts in categories such as National Show […]

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Unlicensed bail bondsman from Pasadena sentenced to 15-years

Unlicensed bail bondsman from Pasadena sentenced to 15-years

| February 12, 2019

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh has announced today that Thomas Christopher Wengert, 47, of Pasadena, was sentenced to 15 years’ incarceration, with all but five years suspended, on one count of acting as a licensed insurance agent; and 2 years incarceration on one count of theft of at least $10,000 but less than $100,000. […]

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Daily News Brief | February 12, 2019

Daily News Brief | February 12, 2019

| February 12, 2019

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. And make sure you know all the ways to connect with us—> bit.ly/EOAConnect Today…Anne Arundel County is likely to ban polystyrene. The Village at Providence Point (Crystal Spring) is moving […]

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School Board elects Gilleland and Urrea to lead

School Board elects Gilleland and Urrea to lead

| February 11, 2019

The Board of Education of Anne Arundel County has elected Terry Gilleland to serve as president and Student Member Josie Urrea to serve as vice president.  Gilleland will serve through December 4, 2019, and Urrea will serve until her one-year term on the Board ends on June 30, 2019. The elections came about as the […]

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Village at Providence Point submits final plans to Annapolis

Village at Providence Point submits final plans to Annapolis

| February 11, 2019

The Village at Providence Point has recently submitted its latest proposal for the plot of land formerly known as Crystal Spring. After what National Lutheran Communities & Services CEO Larry Bradshaw calls a “very productive” 7 months with the City’s Planning and Zoning Department, all parties feel that this latest iteration will move forward. “Of […]

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