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LOCAL NEWS

K&B True Value Hardware, Bay Ridge WIne & Spirits and Severn Bank partner up to raise $30K for local schools

K&B True Value Hardware, Bay Ridge WIne & Spirits and Severn Bank partner up to raise $30K for local schools

Many years ago, Jared Littmann, realized that as a neighborhood store, that he needed to give back. And Cash For Schools was born.  The concept was simple.  When a customer makes a purchase, they can donate a small amount to a designated school and K&B True Value Hardware would match it up to $5000. Since […]

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AAMC earns 2020 CHIME Most Wired designation

AAMC earns 2020 CHIME Most Wired designation

Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) has earned the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) 2020 Digital Health Most Wired designation. AAMC is recognized for applying core and advanced technologies into clinical and business programs to improve health and care in the community it serves. “Now more than ever the use of technology is vital […]

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Anne Arundel County Police provide context to viral video of recent arrest

Anne Arundel County Police provide context to viral video of recent arrest

A video is going viral on TikTok and other social media platforms showing the Anne Arundel County Police removing a suspect from a vehicle. The video alleges that the passenger in a car was asked for ID illegally and when he refused, was forcibly removed from the car and arrested.  In a statement, the Anne […]

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So, here’s the temperature of Anne Arundel County according to AACC’s semi-annual survey

So, here’s the temperature of Anne Arundel County according to AACC’s semi-annual survey

A survey of 448 Anne Arundel County residents conducted October 9-16 by Anne Arundel Community College found that 50 percent of the respondents placed concern with coronavirus/COVID-19 as one of the two “the most important problems faced by residents at the current time.” This was followed by “the economy” chosen by 24 percent.  Last spring, […]

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CRIME

Anne Arundel County Police provide context to viral video of recent arrest

Anne Arundel County Police provide context to viral video of recent arrest

A video is going viral on TikTok and other social media platforms showing the Anne Arundel County Police removing a suspect from a vehicle. The video alleges that the passenger in a car was asked for ID illegally and when he refused, was forcibly removed from the car and arrested.  In a statement, the Anne […]

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County police announce formation of Minority Youth Advisory Council

County police announce formation of Minority Youth Advisory Council

The Anne Arundel County Police Department is hosting a Minority Youth Advisory Council to provoke direct and intentional conversations between Anne Arundel County students (age 14-18) with members of local law enforcement. Each meeting will begin with Police-Youth dialogue rooted in restorative justice, allowing every participant to give voice to their feelings and concerns in […]

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Linthicum Heights woman faces murder charges in the death of her mother

Linthicum Heights woman faces murder charges in the death of her mother

On Tuesday, May 19, 2020, at approximately 3:47 p.m., Anne Arundel County Police responded to the 1100 block of Winterson Road, Linthicum Heights, Maryland for an assault. A person called 911 because they had been on the phone with Carol Elizabeth Windsor when they overheard a struggle between Carol Windsor and her daughter. Upon arrival, officers spoke […]

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Alderman Paone calls for community meeting to discuss recent shootng, murder

Alderman Paone calls for community meeting to discuss recent shootng, murder

Ward Two Alderman Fred Paone will host a Town Hall meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, October 20 at First Baptist Church at 31 West Washington Street in Annapolis. The Town Hall is in response to a shooting that killed a man and wounded three others early Sunday morning. Other elected officials and community leaders […]

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EVENTS

Free racial justice and harm reduction training available through the City of Annapolis

Free racial justice and harm reduction training available through the City of Annapolis

The City of Annapolis’ No Harm initiative, in collaboration with the Baltimore Harm Reduction Coalition, is presenting a three-part series on racial justice and harm reduction training.  The trainings are free, virtual, and offered to interested members of the community, but the workshops are aimed at people who work in the behavioral health fields, medical […]

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County police announce formation of Minority Youth Advisory Council

County police announce formation of Minority Youth Advisory Council

The Anne Arundel County Police Department is hosting a Minority Youth Advisory Council to provoke direct and intentional conversations between Anne Arundel County students (age 14-18) with members of local law enforcement. Each meeting will begin with Police-Youth dialogue rooted in restorative justice, allowing every participant to give voice to their feelings and concerns in […]

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Bud Light wants you to find the #GoldenRaven when they take on the Squeelers on Sunday

Bud Light wants you to find the #GoldenRaven when they take on the Squeelers on Sunday

Bud Light, Katcef Brothers, Inc. and Eye On Annapolis  are bringing the Golden Raven to Anne Arundel County this fall. So just what IS the Golden Raven? With COVID having us all cooped up and not enjoying the things we typically enjoy, Katcef Brothers decided to bring some fun to the area with the help […]

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Historic Annapolis continues popular lecture series

Historic Annapolis continues popular lecture series

Historic Annapolis continues its line up of educational, engaging, and fun virtual lectures through December. Each lecture gives guests the opportunity to get comfortable on the couch, grab a beverage, and invite the presenter into their living rooms via Zoom. With just one exception, each lecture is held on Thursdays from 7 pm – 8 pm. Unless […]

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AREA BUSINESSES

K&B True Value Hardware, Bay Ridge WIne & Spirits and Severn Bank partner up to raise $30K for local schools

K&B True Value Hardware, Bay Ridge WIne & Spirits and Severn Bank partner up to raise $30K for local schools

Many years ago, Jared Littmann, realized that as a neighborhood store, that he needed to give back. And Cash For Schools was born.  The concept was simple.  When a customer makes a purchase, they can donate a small amount to a designated school and K&B True Value Hardware would match it up to $5000. Since […]

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AAMC earns 2020 CHIME Most Wired designation

AAMC earns 2020 CHIME Most Wired designation

Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) has earned the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) 2020 Digital Health Most Wired designation. AAMC is recognized for applying core and advanced technologies into clinical and business programs to improve health and care in the community it serves. “Now more than ever the use of technology is vital […]

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Legacy Business Spotlight: Mills Fine Wine & Spirits (Encore Presentation)

Legacy Business Spotlight: Mills Fine Wine & Spirits (Encore Presentation)

Shortly after prohibition ended in 1933, Billy Mills opened a liquor and general store in Annapolis. Mills sold it to the Donners in 1946, and now the Main Street icon rests safely in the hands of Jennifer and Jerry Donohue. Today, Mills Cut Rate Liquors is better known as Mills Fine Wine & Spirits! Today, […]

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Homestead Gardens’ Annual Critter Crawl goes virtual for 2020

Homestead Gardens’ Annual Critter Crawl goes virtual for 2020

Homestead Gardens’ 8th Annual Critter Crawl goes virtual! Dress your pet in their favorite Halloween costume, snap a picture and enter the contest. Entries may be submitted starting October 17 through and including midnight October 24th. The Critter Crawl benefits our local SPCA of AA County. Homestead Gardens is requestiong that you make a $5.00 […]

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PODCAST

Legacy Business Spotlight: Mills Fine Wine & Spirits (Encore Presentation)

Legacy Business Spotlight: Mills Fine Wine & Spirits (Encore Presentation)

Shortly after prohibition ended in 1933, Billy Mills opened a liquor and general store in Annapolis. Mills sold it to the Donners in 1946, and now the Main Street icon rests safely in the hands of Jennifer and Jerry Donohue. Today, Mills Cut Rate Liquors is better known as Mills Fine Wine & Spirits! Today, […]

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October 23, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Lot’s of COVID money from Hogan and Pittman for businesses and people. Pastrana makes it look easy.

October 23, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Lot’s of COVID money from Hogan and Pittman for businesses and people. Pastrana makes it look easy.

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. SPONSOR: Many thanks to Solar Energy Services for sponsoring this podcast. If you think solar is in your future, please give Rick Peters and his team a call at 410-923-6090. […]

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October 22, 2020 | Daily News Brief | The Great Pumpkins. Kudos to AAMC and Lidl. Cherry Blossom bummer.

October 22, 2020 | Daily News Brief | The Great Pumpkins. Kudos to AAMC and Lidl. Cherry Blossom bummer.

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. SPONSOR: Many thanks to Solar Energy Services for sponsoring this podcast. If you think solar is in your future, please give Rick Peters and his team a call at 410-923-6090. […]

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October 21, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Woman charged with killing her mother. Violence Town Hall. Hogan’s plan. A new store at the Town Center

October 21, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Woman charged with killing her mother. Violence Town Hall. Hogan’s plan. A new store at the Town Center

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. SPONSOR: Many thanks to Solar Energy Services for sponsoring this podcast. If you think solar is in your future, please give Rick Peters and his team a call at 410-923-6090. […]

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COLUMNS & OPINIONS

OPINION: Back to class-a prudent risk

OPINION: Back to class-a prudent risk

“All courses of action are risky, so prudence is not in avoiding all danger (it’s impossible), but calculating risk and acting decisively.” Niccolo Machiavelli Anne Arundel kids are headed back to classrooms in November. That’s a win for children, parents, and science over the teacher’s union, the Pittman administration, and politics. It should’ve happened in […]

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LETTER:  County needs to relax payment deadlines for property tax

LETTER: County needs to relax payment deadlines for property tax

The timely mail-in payment of county residents’ property tax bills during the COVID-19 pandemic has become more difficult. County residents are being told by the county billing office that payments not received by one of the county cashiers by September 30 will be  “delinquent on October 1,” and that “Anne Arundel County cannot be responsible for delays […]

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LETTER: Let’s keep pedestrians safe

LETTER: Let’s keep pedestrians safe

Maryland has averaged more than 500 traffic fatalities annually over the past five years, and despite reduced traffic volumes during the past six months due to the COVID-19 emergency, fatalities on our roadways have increased compared to 2019. Maryland also has experienced several pedestrian deaths recently, and over the same five years the state averaged […]

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OPINION: Connecting the dots with COVID-19

OPINION: Connecting the dots with COVID-19

“Without context, a piece of information is just a dot. It floats in your brain with a lot of other dots and doesn’t mean a damn thing. Knowledge is information in context… connecting the dots.”   Michael Ventura We are presented with COVID-19 information dots daily. Unfortunately, cases, hospitalizations, and deaths are presented without context. Connecting […]

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K&B True Value Hardware, Bay Ridge WIne & Spirits and Severn Bank partner up to raise $30K for local schools

K&B True Value Hardware, Bay Ridge WIne & Spirits and Severn Bank partner up to raise $30K for local schools

| October 24, 2020, 06:47 PM

Many years ago, Jared Littmann, realized that as a neighborhood store, that he needed to give back. And Cash For Schools was born.  The concept was simple.  When a customer makes a purchase, they can donate a small amount to a designated school and K&B True Value Hardware would match it up to $5000. Since […]

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AAMC earns 2020 CHIME Most Wired designation

AAMC earns 2020 CHIME Most Wired designation

| October 24, 2020, 04:29 PM

Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) has earned the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) 2020 Digital Health Most Wired designation. AAMC is recognized for applying core and advanced technologies into clinical and business programs to improve health and care in the community it serves. “Now more than ever the use of technology is vital […]

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Anne Arundel County Police provide context to viral video of recent arrest

Anne Arundel County Police provide context to viral video of recent arrest

| October 24, 2020, 04:12 PM

A video is going viral on TikTok and other social media platforms showing the Anne Arundel County Police removing a suspect from a vehicle. The video alleges that the passenger in a car was asked for ID illegally and when he refused, was forcibly removed from the car and arrested.  In a statement, the Anne […]

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So, here’s the temperature of Anne Arundel County according to AACC’s semi-annual survey

So, here’s the temperature of Anne Arundel County according to AACC’s semi-annual survey

| October 24, 2020, 03:24 PM

A survey of 448 Anne Arundel County residents conducted October 9-16 by Anne Arundel Community College found that 50 percent of the respondents placed concern with coronavirus/COVID-19 as one of the two “the most important problems faced by residents at the current time.” This was followed by “the economy” chosen by 24 percent.  Last spring, […]

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LIVE BLOG: Navy Football Vs University of Houston  | October 24, 2020, 3:30pm

LIVE BLOG: Navy Football Vs University of Houston | October 24, 2020, 3:30pm

| October 24, 2020, 02:05 PM

NOTE: This is a live blog and will updated throughout the game. Updates will be at the bottom. There is no need to refresh your browser to see updates. Navy and Houston meet on the gridiron for the seventh time overall and the sixth time as American Athletic Conference foes when they square off on CBS […]

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Free racial justice and harm reduction training available through the City of Annapolis

Free racial justice and harm reduction training available through the City of Annapolis

| October 24, 2020, 01:51 PM

The City of Annapolis’ No Harm initiative, in collaboration with the Baltimore Harm Reduction Coalition, is presenting a three-part series on racial justice and harm reduction training.  The trainings are free, virtual, and offered to interested members of the community, but the workshops are aimed at people who work in the behavioral health fields, medical […]

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Legacy Business Spotlight: Mills Fine Wine & Spirits (Encore Presentation)

Legacy Business Spotlight: Mills Fine Wine & Spirits (Encore Presentation)

| October 24, 2020, 12:00 PM

Shortly after prohibition ended in 1933, Billy Mills opened a liquor and general store in Annapolis. Mills sold it to the Donners in 1946, and now the Main Street icon rests safely in the hands of Jennifer and Jerry Donohue. Today, Mills Cut Rate Liquors is better known as Mills Fine Wine & Spirits! Today, […]

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County police announce formation of Minority Youth Advisory Council

County police announce formation of Minority Youth Advisory Council

| October 24, 2020, 10:37 AM

The Anne Arundel County Police Department is hosting a Minority Youth Advisory Council to provoke direct and intentional conversations between Anne Arundel County students (age 14-18) with members of local law enforcement. Each meeting will begin with Police-Youth dialogue rooted in restorative justice, allowing every participant to give voice to their feelings and concerns in […]

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MHEC supports Governor Hogan’s #MasksOnMaryland campaign

MHEC supports Governor Hogan’s #MasksOnMaryland campaign

| October 23, 2020, 04:27 PM

The Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) Secretary, Dr. James D. Fielder announced it has thrown its mask into the ring, showing support for Governor Larry Hogan’s #MasksOnMaryland campaign, encouraging all postsecondary students, faculty, and staff in Maryland to spread the word, not the virus! “The Maryland higher education community spans across the entire state, and this […]

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Grant money available for water quality improvement projects; County looking to purchase vulnerable properties

Grant money available for water quality improvement projects; County looking to purchase vulnerable properties

| October 23, 2020, 01:23 PM

The Anne Arundel County Bureau of Watershed Protection and Restoration (BWPR), a division of the Department of Public Works; the City of Annapolis; and the Chesapeake Bay Trust (funded in part by the Maryland Chesapeake Bay license plate program) announce a grant opportunity to support watershed restoration and protection projects in Anne Arundel County and […]

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Army-Navy game to be played at West Point this year, fan attendance unlikely

Army-Navy game to be played at West Point this year, fan attendance unlikely

| October 23, 2020, 12:12 PM

Naval Academy Director of Athletics Chet Gladchuk  and Army Director of Athletics Mike Buddie announced today that the 121st playing of the Army-Navy Game presented by USAA will be played at West Point on Saturday, Dec. 12. The game is being moved from Philadelphia due to attendance limits placed on outdoor events in the state of […]

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Bud Light wants you to find the #GoldenRaven when they take on the Squeelers on Sunday

Bud Light wants you to find the #GoldenRaven when they take on the Squeelers on Sunday

| October 23, 2020, 10:14 AM

Bud Light, Katcef Brothers, Inc. and Eye On Annapolis  are bringing the Golden Raven to Anne Arundel County this fall. So just what IS the Golden Raven? With COVID having us all cooped up and not enjoying the things we typically enjoy, Katcef Brothers decided to bring some fun to the area with the help […]

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October 23, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Lot’s of COVID money from Hogan and Pittman for businesses and people. Pastrana makes it look easy.

October 23, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Lot’s of COVID money from Hogan and Pittman for businesses and people. Pastrana makes it look easy.

| October 23, 2020, 06:00 AM

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. SPONSOR: Many thanks to Solar Energy Services for sponsoring this podcast. If you think solar is in your future, please give Rick Peters and his team a call at 410-923-6090. […]

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Hogan puts up additional $250 million toward economic recovery for Maryland businesses

Hogan puts up additional $250 million toward economic recovery for Maryland businesses

| October 22, 2020, 07:27 PM

Governor Larry Hogan today announced the $250 million ‘Maryland Strong: Economic Recovery Initiative,’ which will provide funding from the Rainy Day Fund to directly assist restaurants, small businesses, local entertainment venues, arts organizations, and Main Streets across the state. The initiative doubles the state’s total commitment to COVID-19 emergency economic relief for Marylanders to $500 […]

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Historic Annapolis continues popular lecture series

Historic Annapolis continues popular lecture series

| October 22, 2020, 06:37 PM

Historic Annapolis continues its line up of educational, engaging, and fun virtual lectures through December. Each lecture gives guests the opportunity to get comfortable on the couch, grab a beverage, and invite the presenter into their living rooms via Zoom. With just one exception, each lecture is held on Thursdays from 7 pm – 8 pm. Unless […]

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County Executive Pittman to provide $1 million in COVID grants to County artists and arts organizations

County Executive Pittman to provide $1 million in COVID grants to County artists and arts organizations

| October 22, 2020, 05:11 PM

Today, County Executive Steuart Pittman and Arts Council Executive Director April Nyman jointly announced a new grant program to provide $1 million of federal CARES Act funding to support the county arts community. The arts are an important economic driver within Anne Arundel County, and because artists are not categorized as essential employees, individual artists […]

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This Weekend:  ASO concert spotlights works by underrepresented Black composers  

This Weekend: ASO concert spotlights works by underrepresented Black composers  

| October 22, 2020, 04:32 PM

Following September’s successful virtual launch, the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Maestro José-Luis Novo, unites works from diverse composers in one sweeping performance for their second concert of the 2020-21 Masterworks Series: “Copland Clarinet Concerto.” The concert will be performed live for virtual viewing on October 24, embracing the poetry and music of […]

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Pittman commits millions to contact tracing, counseling for COVID survivors, and delinquent water bills

Pittman commits millions to contact tracing, counseling for COVID survivors, and delinquent water bills

| October 22, 2020, 04:08 PM

Amid worsening mental health and financial distress among county residents, as well as growing anxiety over when a vaccine will become available, County Executive Steuart Pittman today announced a package of programs to strengthen the safety net for those hardest hit by the pandemic, which will help slow the spread of the virus. The new […]

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Pastrana nails the jump over Ego Alley….three times and Buckley gets the photo op of the day!

Pastrana nails the jump over Ego Alley….three times and Buckley gets the photo op of the day!

| October 22, 2020, 02:21 PM

The boat was a little late the first time. It was a little early the second time, but the third time was a charm for Travis Pastrana as he jumped a rally car over the waterway in Annapolis known as Ego Alley. Crews had spent the past three days setting up the ramps in the […]

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Homestead Gardens’ Annual Critter Crawl goes virtual for 2020

Homestead Gardens’ Annual Critter Crawl goes virtual for 2020

| October 22, 2020, 01:56 PM

Homestead Gardens’ 8th Annual Critter Crawl goes virtual! Dress your pet in their favorite Halloween costume, snap a picture and enter the contest. Entries may be submitted starting October 17 through and including midnight October 24th. The Critter Crawl benefits our local SPCA of AA County. Homestead Gardens is requestiong that you make a $5.00 […]

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Donation Day is coming on October 31

Donation Day is coming on October 31

| October 22, 2020, 10:42 AM

Save the date!  Before you celebrate Halloween, make sure you do some good for yourself and others in our community at Donation Day sponsored by the Parole Rotary. This is a time and place to give away what you don’t need and get it to those who do. If you have been home organizing and […]

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October 22, 2020 | Daily News Brief | The Great Pumpkins. Kudos to AAMC and Lidl. Cherry Blossom bummer.

October 22, 2020 | Daily News Brief | The Great Pumpkins. Kudos to AAMC and Lidl. Cherry Blossom bummer.

| October 22, 2020, 06:00 AM

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. SPONSOR: Many thanks to Solar Energy Services for sponsoring this podcast. If you think solar is in your future, please give Rick Peters and his team a call at 410-923-6090. […]

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Ending soon: Watershed Stewards Academy announces Groves of Gratitude, a fall tree planting initiative

Ending soon: Watershed Stewards Academy announces Groves of Gratitude, a fall tree planting initiative

| October 21, 2020, 04:16 PM

WSA’s Groves of Gratitude initiative provides county residents with single native trees and pre-designed, native tree bundles to plant on their properties this fall. Each bundle provides a specific benefit, such as increasing pollinator habitat, screening from roads or neighbors, shading for more efficient energy usage, or providing a sustainable food source. A donation of […]

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TOMORROW: Maryland comes together to celebrate and promote Walktober

TOMORROW: Maryland comes together to celebrate and promote Walktober

| October 21, 2020, 01:38 PM

The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) is partnering with state and local agencies, nonprofits and communities across Maryland to host Walktober, a monthlong series of activities and virtual webinars in October promoting the state’s official exercise: walking. Walktober features the October 7 celebration of the sixth annual Walk Maryland Day, as well four webinars focusing […]

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Rams Head On Stage is rolling again with new shows on the calendar

Rams Head On Stage is rolling again with new shows on the calendar

| October 21, 2020, 11:23 AM

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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Monarch Academy schools in Anne Arundel to hold virtual open houses this month

Monarch Academy schools in Anne Arundel to hold virtual open houses this month

| October 21, 2020, 10:08 AM

Monarch Academy Annapolis, Monarch Academy Glen Burnie and Monarch Global Academy Laurel will hold virtual open houses in October for interested families. All three Monarch Academy schools are charter or contract schools with Anne Arundel County Public Schools. Monarch Academy Annapolis is a prekindergarten through fifth grade school open to students in the Annapolis area. […]

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October 21, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Woman charged with killing her mother. Violence Town Hall. Hogan’s plan. A new store at the Town Center

October 21, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Woman charged with killing her mother. Violence Town Hall. Hogan’s plan. A new store at the Town Center

| October 21, 2020, 06:00 AM

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. SPONSOR: Many thanks to Solar Energy Services for sponsoring this podcast. If you think solar is in your future, please give Rick Peters and his team a call at 410-923-6090. […]

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Six ways to stay safe while voting in Annapolis

Six ways to stay safe while voting in Annapolis

| October 20, 2020, 04:39 PM

As you know, a major election is two weeks away. This year, it is critically important that voters take the necessary precautions to stay safe while voting. Since COVID-19 is still present across the nation, there are unique steps that need to be taken to ensure safety for all. In Annapolis, temperatures are dropping and […]

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It’s the Great Pumpkin Anne Arundell*

It’s the Great Pumpkin Anne Arundell*

| October 20, 2020, 04:16 PM

Have you ever seen a 1,000 or 1,500 pound pumpkin? Now you can see three of them in downtown Annapolis through Halloween! This is the first year that giant pumpkin displays have been brought to downtown Annapolis. “We wanted to bring some fall cheer to Annapolis and encourage people to get out, take a stroll […]

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Happy YOUniversity offers free on-line class to help educators manage stress

Happy YOUniversity offers free on-line class to help educators manage stress

| October 20, 2020, 04:15 PM

Annapolis start-up Happy YOUniversity, an online program designed to teach people how to live an intentional and positive life using the tools of positive psychology, announced the launch of its newest class, Morning Thrive for Educators. Morning Thrive is a free, on-line, 15 minute morning boost sharing the tools of positive psychology to help educators […]

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Linthicum Heights woman faces murder charges in the death of her mother

Linthicum Heights woman faces murder charges in the death of her mother

| October 20, 2020, 03:22 PM

On Tuesday, May 19, 2020, at approximately 3:47 p.m., Anne Arundel County Police responded to the 1100 block of Winterson Road, Linthicum Heights, Maryland for an assault. A person called 911 because they had been on the phone with Carol Elizabeth Windsor when they overheard a struggle between Carol Windsor and her daughter. Upon arrival, officers spoke […]

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BONUS PODCAST: One man’s quest to plant 20 million oysters in the Chesapeake Bay

BONUS PODCAST: One man’s quest to plant 20 million oysters in the Chesapeake Bay

| October 20, 2020, 01:46 PM

On September 26, 2020, Chris Hopkinson from Arnold was the first person to ever transit the entire length of the Chesapeake Bay…. on a stand up paddleboad! It took 9 days to do it, but along the way Chris got to experience something most of us never will in a way that ever fewer will. […]

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Hogan announces plan for COVID-19 vaccine distribution when available

Hogan announces plan for COVID-19 vaccine distribution when available

| October 20, 2020, 10:39 AM

Governor Larry Hogan today announced the release of the State of Maryland’s initial draft COVID-19 mass vaccination plan, which was submitted to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) last week. Read the draft plan. “In anticipation of a COVID-19 vaccine, Maryland stands ready to order, distribute, and administer it effectively and rapidly as […]

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Annapolis to provide bulbs for Make A Difference Day

Annapolis to provide bulbs for Make A Difference Day

| October 20, 2020, 10:31 AM

Mayor Gavin Buckley and the Annapolis Recreation and Parks Department invite community members to participate in the nation’s annual Make A Difference Day by volunteering for the city’s fall GreenScape project on Saturday, October 24. Make a Difference Day is a national effort encouraging groups and individuals to volunteer in their community to improve the lives of others. Reservations for bulbs starts Monday, September 14. Volunteers […]

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October 20, 2020 | Daily News Brief | West Street assault. Meeting about homicide. Schools rank 14 in state. Oystermen and COVID.

October 20, 2020 | Daily News Brief | West Street assault. Meeting about homicide. Schools rank 14 in state. Oystermen and COVID.

| October 20, 2020, 06:00 AM

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. SPONSOR: Many thanks to Solar Energy Services for sponsoring this podcast. If you think solar is in your future, please give Rick Peters and his team a call at 410-923-6090. […]

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Alderman Paone calls for community meeting to discuss recent shootng, murder

Alderman Paone calls for community meeting to discuss recent shootng, murder

| October 19, 2020, 07:24 PM

Ward Two Alderman Fred Paone will host a Town Hall meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, October 20 at First Baptist Church at 31 West Washington Street in Annapolis. The Town Hall is in response to a shooting that killed a man and wounded three others early Sunday morning. Other elected officials and community leaders […]

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