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LOCAL NEWS

AAMC gets an “A” from The Leapfrog Group

AAMC gets an “A” from The Leapfrog Group

Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) was awarded an ‘A’ from The Leapfrog Group’s Fall 2018 Hospital Safety Grade. The designation recognizes AAMC’s efforts in protecting patients from harm and meeting the highest safety standards in the U.S. The flagship Leapfrog Hospital Survey collects and transparently reports hospital performance, empowering consumers to find the highest-value care and […]

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Chocolate Binge Festival on December 2nd

Chocolate Binge Festival on December 2nd

Everyone loves chocolate and Annapolis’ has been enjoying chocolate for at least 270 years. A recent dive in the Maryland Gazette newspaper archives revealed an advertisement from December 1748 of chocolate being made and sold on Duke of Gloucester Street in downtown Annapolis. On December 2nd Annapolis will be celebrating by filling West Street with […]

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Tour the USS Sioux City in Annapolis as she prepares for Saturday’s commissioning

Tour the USS Sioux City in Annapolis as she prepares for Saturday’s commissioning

The Navy’s newest Freedom-variant littoral combat ship, the future USS Sioux City (LCS 11) arrived in Annapolis this morning and will be commissioned at 9 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 17 at the United States Naval Academy. Commissioning is free and open to the public, but tickets are required. Free tours of the USS Sioux City will be […]

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Daily News Brief | November 13, 2018

Daily News Brief | November 13, 2018

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. Today… A pedestrian is killed in Maryland City. KKK fliers distributed in Lothian. The USS Sioux City is here. SHA will tell us what they have done to curb […]

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CRIME

Pedestrian killed in Maryland City near Russett Green

Pedestrian killed in Maryland City near Russett Green

On November 11th 2018 at approximately 630p, Anne Arundel County Police officers responded to a pedestrian struck on Laurel Fort Meade Road (MD-198) at Russett Green W. in Maryland City. Investigation showed that a Ford minivan was traveling westbound on Laurel Fort Meade Road when the pedestrian began crossing the roadway southbound from the nearby […]

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Police investigating distribution of KKK fliers in Lothian

Police investigating distribution of KKK fliers in Lothian

On November 12, 2018 at approximately 1:00 p.m. officers from the Anne Arundel County Police Department responded to the Iron Stone community in Lothian for a hate/bias incident. A member of the community discovered that an unknown subject/s had distributed Ku Klux Klan fliers around the neighborhood. The fliers were not threatening in nature, but […]

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Anne Arundel County Police investigating Glen Burnie murder

Anne Arundel County Police investigating Glen Burnie murder

On Sunday, November 11, 2018 at approximately 2am, Anne Arundel County police officers responded for a shots fired call in the 600 block of Charante Court in Glen Burnie.  Upon arrival, officers located an unconscious adult male lying in the grass. Paramedics responded and the adult male was pronounced deceased. Patrol officers secured the scene […]

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17-year old found on side of road suffering from stab wounds along Ritchie Highway

17-year old found on side of road suffering from stab wounds along Ritchie Highway

On November 7, 2018, at approximately 11pm, Anne Arundel County Police officers responded to the intersection of Ritchie Highway and Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard in Glen Burnie, Maryland in reference to an injured subject in the roadway. Upon arrival it was determined that the 17-year-old male victim had been stabbed. The victim was transported to a […]

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EVENTS

Chocolate Binge Festival on December 2nd

Chocolate Binge Festival on December 2nd

Everyone loves chocolate and Annapolis’ has been enjoying chocolate for at least 270 years. A recent dive in the Maryland Gazette newspaper archives revealed an advertisement from December 1748 of chocolate being made and sold on Duke of Gloucester Street in downtown Annapolis. On December 2nd Annapolis will be celebrating by filling West Street with […]

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Tour the USS Sioux City in Annapolis as she prepares for Saturday’s commissioning

Tour the USS Sioux City in Annapolis as she prepares for Saturday’s commissioning

The Navy’s newest Freedom-variant littoral combat ship, the future USS Sioux City (LCS 11) arrived in Annapolis this morning and will be commissioned at 9 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 17 at the United States Naval Academy. Commissioning is free and open to the public, but tickets are required. Free tours of the USS Sioux City will be […]

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NAACP to hold Freedom Fund Banquet on Friday evening

NAACP to hold Freedom Fund Banquet on Friday evening

Many are scheduled to gather from across the county to honor local community leaders during the NAACP’S 44th Annual Freedom Fund Banquet. The dinner will be held at the Double Tree Hotel in Annapolis, MD on Friday, November 16th at 7:00PM. This year’s theme “Unity Power Justice” will highlight the importance of members of the […]

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More Josh Ritter at Rams Head On Stage

More Josh Ritter at Rams Head On Stage

Rams Head On Stage is a little taste of Nashville, New Orleans, and Austin all rolled up in one!  A small, intimate venue where no seat is more than 48 feet from the stage. A small venue that packs a big punch with top national acts 364 days a year.  Check out the latest shows […]

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AREA BUSINESSES

AAMC gets an “A” from The Leapfrog Group

AAMC gets an “A” from The Leapfrog Group

Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) was awarded an ‘A’ from The Leapfrog Group’s Fall 2018 Hospital Safety Grade. The designation recognizes AAMC’s efforts in protecting patients from harm and meeting the highest safety standards in the U.S. The flagship Leapfrog Hospital Survey collects and transparently reports hospital performance, empowering consumers to find the highest-value care and […]

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Timonium woman wins Grotto Pizza contest with Swirl Fire Pizza

Timonium woman wins Grotto Pizza contest with Swirl Fire Pizza

Grotto Pizza has concluded its observance of National Pizza Month by choosing the winner in its “Create Your Own Pizza Competition.” After reviewing 40 submissions from customers throughout Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania, the family-owned restaurant chain narrowed the choices to five. These finalists were ranked during a special event at Grotto Pizza Columbia by the […]

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Carrol’s Creek presents $35K to local charities to celebrate their 35th year, special dinner extended

Carrol’s Creek presents $35K to local charities to celebrate their 35th year, special dinner extended

Hundreds attended a gala reception Oct. 28 at Carrol’s Creek Cafe to mark the popular Annapolis restaurant’s 35th anniversary. A highlight of the evening’s festivities included awards totaling $35,000 to seven area nonprofits. Among the honored guests were representatives of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County, Eastport Elementary School, Food […]

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Newk’s opening Monday in Annapolis

Newk’s opening Monday in Annapolis

Newk’s Eatery, recently named “Best Overall Experience in Fast Casual” by Technomic at the National Restaurant Association conference, announces the opening of its second restaurant in Maryland. The new eatery will open in Annapolis on Nov. 5 at the Annapolis Towne Centre, located at 2077 Somerville Road in Suite 150. This opening will grow Newk’s […]

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PODCAST

Daily News Brief | November 13, 2018

Daily News Brief | November 13, 2018

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. Today… A pedestrian is killed in Maryland City. KKK fliers distributed in Lothian. The USS Sioux City is here. SHA will tell us what they have done to curb […]

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Daily News Brief | November 12, 2018

Daily News Brief | November 12, 2018

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. Today… County Executive Elect Pittman names a few more to his leadership team. Tribune Publishing blames loss on Capital Gazette shooting. Major traffic woes in the works for I-895 […]

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Daily News Brief | November 9, 2018

Daily News Brief | November 9, 2018

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. Today…A teen found stabbed on the side of the road in Glen Burnie. A mass shooting in Southern California. Maryland Health Exchange may be in trouble. Area hospitals are […]

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Daily News Brief | November 8, 2018

Daily News Brief | November 8, 2018

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. Today… A school bus rolls over in accident injuring four. Pittman names leaders of transition team. What to expect from Steuart Pittman over the next four years. Attorney General […]

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COLUMNS & OPINIONS

Predictions for today’s election in Anne Arundel County

Predictions for today’s election in Anne Arundel County

The following is a transcript of a podcast released last night at midnight. You can read it here, or listen! I wanted to get it published to hold myself accountable! OK…I do not do endorsements…first of all…what the hell does my opinion count for? Your vote should not be influenced by anything other than what […]

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Guest Column: Equal Representation in District 30. Is it possible?

Guest Column: Equal Representation in District 30. Is it possible?

We continue to dismiss the racial disparities in political participation that persist election cycle, after cycle. As a die-hard Democrat, I never really thought about the racial imbalances within our party until recently (I grew up with an African American President). A photo of seven white candidates running on both the state and local level […]

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Guest Column: Why I am running for Clerk of the Court

Guest Column: Why I am running for Clerk of the Court

At the Clerk’s office, where I’ve worked for 27 years, we are passionate about serving our community. Our mission is fair, equitable and accessible justice. Our goal is to ensure that each and every person has access to justice and to the services of the court. Each year in Maryland there are over 30,000 acts […]

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GUEST COLUMN: Torrey Snow–My hesitancy with ACT

GUEST COLUMN: Torrey Snow–My hesitancy with ACT

Editor’s Note: A new organization, ACT, recently held an event with candidates for public office. They asked for commitments from each candidate to meet with the organization monthly. Torrey Snow declined, but offers his reasoning here. As County Councilman, I have a responsibility to evaluate the various ideas and organizations that seek to play an […]

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MORE RECENT ARTICLES

AAMC gets an “A” from The Leapfrog Group

AAMC gets an “A” from The Leapfrog Group

| November 13, 2018

Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) was awarded an ‘A’ from The Leapfrog Group’s Fall 2018 Hospital Safety Grade. The designation recognizes AAMC’s efforts in protecting patients from harm and meeting the highest safety standards in the U.S. The flagship Leapfrog Hospital Survey collects and transparently reports hospital performance, empowering consumers to find the highest-value care and […]

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Chocolate Binge Festival on December 2nd

Chocolate Binge Festival on December 2nd

| November 13, 2018

Everyone loves chocolate and Annapolis’ has been enjoying chocolate for at least 270 years. A recent dive in the Maryland Gazette newspaper archives revealed an advertisement from December 1748 of chocolate being made and sold on Duke of Gloucester Street in downtown Annapolis. On December 2nd Annapolis will be celebrating by filling West Street with […]

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Tour the USS Sioux City in Annapolis as she prepares for Saturday’s commissioning

Tour the USS Sioux City in Annapolis as she prepares for Saturday’s commissioning

| November 13, 2018

The Navy’s newest Freedom-variant littoral combat ship, the future USS Sioux City (LCS 11) arrived in Annapolis this morning and will be commissioned at 9 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 17 at the United States Naval Academy. Commissioning is free and open to the public, but tickets are required. Free tours of the USS Sioux City will be […]

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Daily News Brief | November 13, 2018

Daily News Brief | November 13, 2018

| November 13, 2018

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. Today… A pedestrian is killed in Maryland City. KKK fliers distributed in Lothian. The USS Sioux City is here. SHA will tell us what they have done to curb […]

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Pedestrian killed in Maryland City near Russett Green

Pedestrian killed in Maryland City near Russett Green

| November 12, 2018

On November 11th 2018 at approximately 630p, Anne Arundel County Police officers responded to a pedestrian struck on Laurel Fort Meade Road (MD-198) at Russett Green W. in Maryland City. Investigation showed that a Ford minivan was traveling westbound on Laurel Fort Meade Road when the pedestrian began crossing the roadway southbound from the nearby […]

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NAACP to hold Freedom Fund Banquet on Friday evening

NAACP to hold Freedom Fund Banquet on Friday evening

| November 12, 2018

Many are scheduled to gather from across the county to honor local community leaders during the NAACP’S 44th Annual Freedom Fund Banquet. The dinner will be held at the Double Tree Hotel in Annapolis, MD on Friday, November 16th at 7:00PM. This year’s theme “Unity Power Justice” will highlight the importance of members of the […]

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Police investigating distribution of KKK fliers in Lothian

Police investigating distribution of KKK fliers in Lothian

| November 12, 2018

On November 12, 2018 at approximately 1:00 p.m. officers from the Anne Arundel County Police Department responded to the Iron Stone community in Lothian for a hate/bias incident. A member of the community discovered that an unknown subject/s had distributed Ku Klux Klan fliers around the neighborhood. The fliers were not threatening in nature, but […]

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BGE offers tips to get your home and business winter ready

BGE offers tips to get your home and business winter ready

| November 12, 2018

BGE asks customers to prepare for winter weather which can cause heating systems to work harder in order to maintain comfort, increasing energy usage and average bills. To ensure that customers’ energy needs are met this winter, BGE has completed natural gas and electric infrastructure system upgrades throughout its service area. “Our dedicated employees work […]

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Central Middle School’s Brady O’Neal selected as first 3M Play To Win finalist for Military Bowl

Central Middle School’s Brady O’Neal selected as first 3M Play To Win finalist for Military Bowl

| November 12, 2018

Brady O’Neal, a seventh grader at Central Middle School in Edgewater, Md., has been selected as the first finalist for the 3M Play to Win Award presented by the Military Bowl and 3M. As a finalist, Brady will receive two complimentary tickets to attend this year’s Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman, benefiting the USO […]

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Daily News Brief | November 12, 2018

Daily News Brief | November 12, 2018

| November 12, 2018

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. Today… County Executive Elect Pittman names a few more to his leadership team. Tribune Publishing blames loss on Capital Gazette shooting. Major traffic woes in the works for I-895 […]

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More Josh Ritter at Rams Head On Stage

More Josh Ritter at Rams Head On Stage

| November 11, 2018

Rams Head On Stage is a little taste of Nashville, New Orleans, and Austin all rolled up in one!  A small, intimate venue where no seat is more than 48 feet from the stage. A small venue that packs a big punch with top national acts 364 days a year.  Check out the latest shows […]

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Pop up peep show coming to ArtFarm Annapolis

Pop up peep show coming to ArtFarm Annapolis

| November 11, 2018

Callie Pigeon, producer of the Les Folies Derrière burlesque show series, will debut her new event, Peep Show Pop-Up, at ArtFarm on Saturday, November 17 at 8pm. The event will feature live performances, local artisans, and rum cocktails courtesy of Lyon Distilling Company. A $5 donation is suggested for admission. “In terms of structure, this […]

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Anne Arundel County Police investigating Glen Burnie murder

Anne Arundel County Police investigating Glen Burnie murder

| November 11, 2018

On Sunday, November 11, 2018 at approximately 2am, Anne Arundel County police officers responded for a shots fired call in the 600 block of Charante Court in Glen Burnie.  Upon arrival, officers located an unconscious adult male lying in the grass. Paramedics responded and the adult male was pronounced deceased. Patrol officers secured the scene […]

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Baysox announce new front office hires

Baysox announce new front office hires

| November 11, 2018

The Bowie Baysox hired five new full-time employees during the 2018 offseason. Two hires will join the Group Sales Department, while two more will join the Stadium Operations staff. An additional member joins the Public Relations staff after working in an assistant role during the past season. Sean Banks joined the Bowie Baysox as the […]

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EYC’s Lights Parade is scheduled for December 8th

EYC’s Lights Parade is scheduled for December 8th

| November 10, 2018

  The Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade, one of Annapolis’ signature events for more than 30 years, is back again this holiday season! The parade bursts upon the Annapolis waterfront with up to 40 boats of all shapes and sizes, power and sail, brightly decorated with thousands of lights and crewed by jolly revelers. This […]

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Timonium woman wins Grotto Pizza contest with Swirl Fire Pizza

Timonium woman wins Grotto Pizza contest with Swirl Fire Pizza

| November 10, 2018

Grotto Pizza has concluded its observance of National Pizza Month by choosing the winner in its “Create Your Own Pizza Competition.” After reviewing 40 submissions from customers throughout Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania, the family-owned restaurant chain narrowed the choices to five. These finalists were ranked during a special event at Grotto Pizza Columbia by the […]

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Schuh, Graves unveil design of new Jacobsville firehouse

Schuh, Graves unveil design of new Jacobsville firehouse

| November 10, 2018

Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh, along with Fire Chief Allan Graves, unveiled the design of the new Jacobsville Fire Station. “Over the last four years, Anne Arundel County has undertaken a major effort to address our public safety infrastructure,” said Schuh. “This new Jacobsville fire station will be a bricks and mortar example of […]

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Martha Smith to be named President Emeritus at AACC

Martha Smith to be named President Emeritus at AACC

| November 10, 2018

Dr. Martha A. Smith, president of Anne Arundel Community College from 1994 to 2012, will be awarded the status of president emeritus by the college’s board of trustees at its Nov. 13 public meeting. During her 18 years at the college, Smith touched the lives of thousands of county residents through her work as a […]

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Firefly Festival scales back for 2019 dates, returns to a 3-day festival. Presale tickets November 16

Firefly Festival scales back for 2019 dates, returns to a 3-day festival. Presale tickets November 16

| November 9, 2018

Firefly Music Festival (fireflyfestival.com), the east coast’s largest music and camping festival, is returning to The Woodlands June 21-23, 2019. Firefly will kick off its eighth year with a number of improvements to the fan experience, including a streamlined three-day schedule, a slate of new programming and the launch of the Firefly Loyalty Program. Over […]

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Schuh announces initiative to promote re-development and restoration in existing neighborhoods

Schuh announces initiative to promote re-development and restoration in existing neighborhoods

| November 9, 2018

County Executive Steve Schuh has announced a new initiative designed to target and promote restoration, revitalization and re-development within existing developed neighborhoods in the County. “Encouraging re-development in existing areas – especially older or challenged communities – is a win-win across the entire planning, zoning, land use and economic development spectrum,” said Schuh.  “The focus […]

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Hospice of the Chesapeake opens new palliative care and education centers

Hospice of the Chesapeake opens new palliative care and education centers

| November 9, 2018

Relocating to the John & Cathy Belcher Campus in 2013 wasn’t just a change of scenery for Hospice of the Chesapeake. The leadership was excited with the property’s possibilities. Dreams of what could be done in the fields of hospice, palliative and bereavement care were supported by a community that responded with donations great and […]

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George Winston to perform at St. John’s Key Auditorium in March

George Winston to perform at St. John’s Key Auditorium in March

| November 9, 2018

Rams Head Promotions announces that George Winston  will perform at the Francis Scott Key Auditorium on St. John’s College campus in Annapolis, Maryland on Wednesday, March 6, 2019. Tickets are on sale now! Multi-instrumentalist George Winston began playing organ in 1967. In 1971 he switched to the acoustic piano after hearing recordings from the 1920s and the […]

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Budweiser and the Military Bowl want to know “Who’s Your Hero?”

Budweiser and the Military Bowl want to know “Who’s Your Hero?”

| November 9, 2018

The Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman, benefiting USO of Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore, and Katcef Brothers, Inc., are excited to announce they are teaming up again for the Budweiser Who’s Your Hero?campaign. The promotion, which invites the public to share stories about the everyday heroes in their lives, kicks off on Veterans Day, Sunday, Nov. 11 […]

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Daily News Brief | November 9, 2018

Daily News Brief | November 9, 2018

| November 9, 2018

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. Today…A teen found stabbed on the side of the road in Glen Burnie. A mass shooting in Southern California. Maryland Health Exchange may be in trouble. Area hospitals are […]

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Tickets on sale for End Game at USNA

Tickets on sale for End Game at USNA

| November 8, 2018

Midshipmen from the Naval Academy’s drama group, The Masqueraders, will present Samuel Beckett’s “Endgame,” Nov. 9 – 10 and Nov. 16 – 17 at 8 p.m., in Mahan Hall at the Naval Academy. Performances are open to the public. Tickets are on sale now for $16 and can be purchased by calling 410-293-TIXS (8497), or online […]

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AACC now accepting prior learning for Medical Assistant certifications and degrees

AACC now accepting prior learning for Medical Assistant certifications and degrees

| November 8, 2018

AACC students can receive credit for prior learning if they have a current Certified Medical Assistant from the American Association of Medical Assistants or Registered Medical Assistant credential. This change could reduce the number of credits needed for a Medical Assisting associate degree by as much as half. “By accepting prior learning experiences for credit, […]

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Carrol’s Creek presents $35K to local charities to celebrate their 35th year, special dinner extended

Carrol’s Creek presents $35K to local charities to celebrate their 35th year, special dinner extended

| November 8, 2018

Hundreds attended a gala reception Oct. 28 at Carrol’s Creek Cafe to mark the popular Annapolis restaurant’s 35th anniversary. A highlight of the evening’s festivities included awards totaling $35,000 to seven area nonprofits. Among the honored guests were representatives of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County, Eastport Elementary School, Food […]

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MHEC announces winner of Regina Lightfoot Student Service Award

MHEC announces winner of Regina Lightfoot Student Service Award

| November 8, 2018

The Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) Secretary, Dr. James D. Fielder, announced that Garrett College graduate Angela Lowry has been named the 2018 recipient of the Regina Lightfoot Student Service Award. The award was named to honor Ms. Lightfoot’s dedication to the students of higher education and recognizes one student, among all Maryland students, for […]

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Three exhibits to open at Maryland Hall opening reception tonight!

Three exhibits to open at Maryland Hall opening reception tonight!

| November 8, 2018

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts announces the opening of three art exhibitions for the Fall. Maryland Hall presents exhibits that engage audiences on many levels, from community exhibits to curated group and solo exhibits in several galleries. The new exhibits include the photography of young girls in “Fearless Girls Photography Group Exhibition,” collaborative woodwork […]

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US Lacrosse teamed up with AACo Recreation and Parks for free skills clinics

US Lacrosse teamed up with AACo Recreation and Parks for free skills clinics

| November 8, 2018

The United States Lacrosse Chesapeake Chapter, in collaboration with the Anne Arundel County Department of  Recreation and Parks, recently held a free lacrosse clinic on Sunday, October 28 from 2 pm to 4 pm at Tick Neck Park in Pasadena, Maryland on the two new turf fields. The clinic, with expert instruction and drills, was open to boys […]

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17-year old found on side of road suffering from stab wounds along Ritchie Highway

17-year old found on side of road suffering from stab wounds along Ritchie Highway

| November 8, 2018

On November 7, 2018, at approximately 11pm, Anne Arundel County Police officers responded to the intersection of Ritchie Highway and Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard in Glen Burnie, Maryland in reference to an injured subject in the roadway. Upon arrival it was determined that the 17-year-old male victim had been stabbed. The victim was transported to a […]

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Daily News Brief | November 8, 2018

Daily News Brief | November 8, 2018

| November 8, 2018

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. Today… A school bus rolls over in accident injuring four. Pittman names leaders of transition team. What to expect from Steuart Pittman over the next four years. Attorney General […]

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Masqueraders to perform “Endgame” November 9-10, 16-17

Masqueraders to perform “Endgame” November 9-10, 16-17

| November 7, 2018

  Midshipmen from the Naval Academy’s theatre group, The Masqueraders, will perform Samuel Becket’s “Endgame” Nov. 9 – 10 at 8 p.m. and Nov. 16 -17 at 8 p.m. in Mahan Hall at the Naval Academy. Performances are open to the public. Tickets will go on sale October 14 for $17 per person and can […]

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Winter Lecture Series announced for Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park

Winter Lecture Series announced for Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park

| November 7, 2018

Warm up this winter with the enriching Lecture Series at the Annapolis Maritime Museum beginning Thursday, January 10, 2019.  The popular educational and informative series of eight wintertime talks provides rich and stimulating subjects from an esteemed group of scholars and historians.  Lectures represent a diverse and relevant range of topics, from the history of […]

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6 things you might not have known about Eye On Annapolis!

6 things you might not have known about Eye On Annapolis!

| November 7, 2018

OK so the title is a bit click-baity (Buzz Feed eat your heart out) but recently several people have mentioned that they were unaware of some of the other free benefits for being a reader of Eye On Annapolis.  So, in case you did not know, here you are. We Have A Weekly Events Newsletter […]

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Four injured when school bus rolls over on Solley Road in Orchard Beach

Four injured when school bus rolls over on Solley Road in Orchard Beach

| November 7, 2018

Just before 7am this morning. the paramedic unit from the Orchard Beach Fire Station came across the scene of a motor vehicle collision involving a school bus in the area of Solley Road and Energy Parkway. As they pulled up to the scene, the 11 students on the bus were self-evacuating from the bus, which […]

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