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LOCAL NEWS

Paca House and Gardens receives Couple’s Choice Award by Wedding Wire

Paca House and Gardens receives Couple’s Choice Award by Wedding Wire

WeddingWire, Inc., a leading global online wedding marketplace, annually celebrates the top wedding professionals on WeddingWire across more than 20 service categories, from venues and caterers to florists and photographers. These distinguished vendors exhibit superior professionalism, responsiveness, service, and quality when interacting with the five million monthly consumers who turn to WeddingWire to help ease […]

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Flu Spikes in Maryland

Flu Spikes in Maryland

Flu Rate Spikes in Maryland The Flu has spiked suddenly here in Maryland going from “Minimal” to “High” in early January 2019.  The CDC is reporting nearly 7 million people have already contracted the flu this season. The CDC is also estimating over 70,000 people have been hospitalized with over 30 states reporting “widespread” flu […]

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SHA and Ravens pair up for pedestrian safety

SHA and Ravens pair up for pedestrian safety

To stress the importance of pedestrian safety to Maryland’s youngest commuters, the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) joined Poe from the Baltimore Ravens at North Glen Elementary School in Anne Arundel County for a Walk Smart Pedestrian Safety Assembly.  At the assembly, MDOT SHA and Poe reviewed the rules of the […]

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Maryland ensures residents to receive SNAP benefits despite Federal shutdown

Maryland ensures residents to receive SNAP benefits despite Federal shutdown

As the partial federal government shutdown continues, the Maryland Department of Human Services (DHS) is working to assist vulnerable Marylanders through this uncertain time. Today, the Department announced it will be able to provide February Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to recipients in Maryland. Referred to as the Food Supplement Program (FSP) in Maryland, […]

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CRIME

60-year old man stabbed in Annapolis’ Robinwood neighborhood, police searching for suspect

60-year old man stabbed in Annapolis’ Robinwood neighborhood, police searching for suspect

On January 14th at 1:15am, Annapolis Police officers responded to the 1400 block of Tyler Avenue in the City’s Robinwood neighborhood for a reported stabbing. Officers located a 60 year old male from Annapolis inside a vehicle. The man was suffering from a wound to his stomach. He was transported to an area hospital for […]

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County police officer arrested for DWI and assault on another officer after Crofton accident

County police officer arrested for DWI and assault on another officer after Crofton accident

On January 12, 2019 at approximately 8:30 in the evening officers responded to a two vehicle accident on Riedel Road at Johns Hopkins Road in Crofton. Upon arrival, officers discovered that a black Ford Taurus rear ended another vehicle. Officers learned that the driver of the Taurus was Sgt. Kenneth Collier a 21 year veteran […]

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Discovered remains confirmed as those of missing Glen Burnie woman

Discovered remains confirmed as those of missing Glen Burnie woman

On Saturday, October 13, 2018, at approximately 1:52 p.m., officers responded to the 8000 block of Green Orchard Road, Glen Burnie Maryland for a missing adult female. The reporting person was the adult female’s son who advised he had last seen his mother Melanie Faith Meleney, on October 11, 2018. Ms. Meleney is described as a […]

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Millersville man arrested after stealing vehicle in Annapolis

Millersville man arrested after stealing vehicle in Annapolis

On January 13th at 1215pm, Annapolis Police were called to the 1300 block of Tyler Avenue for a stolen vehicle.  The vehicle, a dark blue 2004 Chevrolet Tahoe, MD reg. 6BG2082, was unlocked with the engine running and the key in the ignition. The victim reported that he was cleaning off his vehicle and shoveling snow […]

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EVENTS

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts to present ” A Tribute to MLK”

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts to present ” A Tribute to MLK”

Celebrate the legacy of Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in a new way this coming Martin Luther King weekend; through the performance arts of music, spoken word and open mic at Maryland Hall! “A Tribute to MLK” presented by Maryland Hall and Keith A. Rowel in collaboration with First Christian Community Church and the […]

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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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Chesapeake Arts Center: Iceland: A Photographic journey across the land of fire and ice

Chesapeake Arts Center: Iceland: A Photographic journey across the land of fire and ice

The Chesapeake Arts Center is pleased to present a group exhibition of new works featuring all photographers. The “Iceland: A Photographic Journey Across the Land of Fire and Ice” will run from January 3, 2019 – February 1, 2019 with a reception on Friday, January 25, 2019 from 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m at the Chesapeake Arts […]

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Annapolitan Danny Burns to celebrate album release at Rams Head On Stage

Annapolitan Danny Burns to celebrate album release at Rams Head On Stage

Two decades before releasing his 2018 debut, North Country — a collaborative album filled with appearances by icons like Jerry Douglas, Sam Bush, Tift Merritt, and Dan Tyminski— he kicked off his career as a traveling folksinger, logging shows on both sides of the Atlantic. He’s been on the road ever since, sharpening a sound […]

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AREA BUSINESSES

Maryland just made doing business a bit easier

Maryland just made doing business a bit easier

The Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation (SDAT) today announced that 2019 Annual Reports and/or Personal Property Tax Returns are now available. All domestic and foreign business entities must file an Annual Report and/or Personal Property Tax Return by April 15 in order to remain in good standing status. The quickest and easiest way to […]

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Thinking of opening a restaurant in Maryland? Here are some tips to get you started

Thinking of opening a restaurant in Maryland? Here are some tips to get you started

Opening a restaurant in Maryland may be one of the most rewarding things you do with your career. If you want to be successful, it requires thinking about all that needs to happen before you open your doors for the first time. In the end, you want to focus on customer service and good food […]

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Walker named new CEO of the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation

Walker named new CEO of the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation

This is an update to a story we initially published this morning. Today, Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman announced that former County Councilmember Jerry Walker will be the new President & CEO of Anne Arundel County Economic Development Corporation (AAEDC). Walker served two terms on the county council, representing District 7. He has worked […]

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Julie Mussog, CEO of Anne Arundel Economic Development Corp stepping down on February 1

Julie Mussog, CEO of Anne Arundel Economic Development Corp stepping down on February 1

Julie Mussog, the President and CEO of the Anne Arundel County Economic Development Corporation (AAEDC) is stepping down on February 1 after serving the organization for four years.  Under former County Executive Laura Neuman, Mussog was the County’s Controller. When former County Executive Steve Schuh was elected, she was hired as the CEO of AAEDC. […]

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Daily News Brief | January 15, 2019

Daily News Brief | January 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…An Anne Arundel County cop assaults one of his own after a DWI accident. An alert Annapolis […]

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Daily News Brief | January 14, 2019

Daily News Brief | January 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…Schools in the area are closed and many governments are offering liberal leave policies. A boat fire […]

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Daily News Brief | January 11, 2019

Daily News Brief | January 11, 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…Senate President Mike Miller revealed he is being treated for cancer. Legislature takes up education funding. Billy […]

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Daily News Brief | January 10, 2019

Daily News Brief | January 10, 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…I-97 crash critically injures motorcyclist. Julie Mussog resigns from Anne Arundel Development Corp and County Executive Pittman […]

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COLUMNS & OPINIONS

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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OPINION: Gun violence through the eyes of an 8-year old boy

OPINION: Gun violence through the eyes of an 8-year old boy

A church has historically been a place of sanctuary and safety.  During our evening worship service, “Santa Claus” was making his rounds in the local neighborhood, to a blaring chorus of sirens and response vehicles.  In the public testimony time, my eight-year old son, asked for the microphone. There is no parent that doesn’t begin […]

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OPINION: Bob Leib should remove his name from school board appointment

OPINION: Bob Leib should remove his name from school board appointment

Facebook will be the death of us all. Well, maybe not all of us; but, certainly anyone that has a desire to dip their toe into the political swimming pool. Up next in the pool– Anne Arundel County Board of Education appointee Bob Leib! When will they learn? John Grasso posted several anti-Muslim memes and […]

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MORE RECENT ARTICLES

Paca House and Gardens receives Couple’s Choice Award by Wedding Wire

Paca House and Gardens receives Couple’s Choice Award by Wedding Wire

| January 15, 2019

WeddingWire, Inc., a leading global online wedding marketplace, annually celebrates the top wedding professionals on WeddingWire across more than 20 service categories, from venues and caterers to florists and photographers. These distinguished vendors exhibit superior professionalism, responsiveness, service, and quality when interacting with the five million monthly consumers who turn to WeddingWire to help ease […]

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Flu Spikes in Maryland

Flu Spikes in Maryland

| January 15, 2019

Flu Rate Spikes in Maryland The Flu has spiked suddenly here in Maryland going from “Minimal” to “High” in early January 2019.  The CDC is reporting nearly 7 million people have already contracted the flu this season. The CDC is also estimating over 70,000 people have been hospitalized with over 30 states reporting “widespread” flu […]

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SHA and Ravens pair up for pedestrian safety

SHA and Ravens pair up for pedestrian safety

| January 15, 2019

To stress the importance of pedestrian safety to Maryland’s youngest commuters, the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) joined Poe from the Baltimore Ravens at North Glen Elementary School in Anne Arundel County for a Walk Smart Pedestrian Safety Assembly.  At the assembly, MDOT SHA and Poe reviewed the rules of the […]

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Maryland ensures residents to receive SNAP benefits despite Federal shutdown

Maryland ensures residents to receive SNAP benefits despite Federal shutdown

| January 15, 2019

As the partial federal government shutdown continues, the Maryland Department of Human Services (DHS) is working to assist vulnerable Marylanders through this uncertain time. Today, the Department announced it will be able to provide February Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to recipients in Maryland. Referred to as the Food Supplement Program (FSP) in Maryland, […]

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60-year old man stabbed in Annapolis’ Robinwood neighborhood, police searching for suspect

60-year old man stabbed in Annapolis’ Robinwood neighborhood, police searching for suspect

| January 15, 2019

On January 14th at 1:15am, Annapolis Police officers responded to the 1400 block of Tyler Avenue in the City’s Robinwood neighborhood for a reported stabbing. Officers located a 60 year old male from Annapolis inside a vehicle. The man was suffering from a wound to his stomach. He was transported to an area hospital for […]

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Daily News Brief | January 15, 2019

Daily News Brief | January 15, 2019

| January 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…An Anne Arundel County cop assaults one of his own after a DWI accident. An alert Annapolis […]

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Navy names new Commandant for USNA

Navy names new Commandant for USNA

| January 14, 2019

Capt. Thomas R. “TR” Buchanan, was recently selected to be the 88th Commandant of Midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md.  He is an alumnus of the Naval Academy Class of 1992. The Naval Academy Commandant is similar to the Dean of Students at a civilian university, and is responsible for the day-to-day […]

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Jeb Bush to speak at Governor Hogan’s Inaugural

Jeb Bush to speak at Governor Hogan’s Inaugural

| January 14, 2019

Governor Larry Hogan today announced details of the speaking program for the Inauguration Ceremony, which will take place on Wednesday, January 16 at 12:30 PM on the Northwest lawn of the Maryland State House. A welcome message will be delivered by the sixth Montgomery County Executive, The Honorable Isiah “Ike” Leggett. Mr. Leggett was the […]

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Hogan announced nearly $50M for crime victims

Hogan announced nearly $50M for crime victims

| January 14, 2019

Governor Larry Hogan recently announced nearly $50 million in grants to organizations across the state that provide services to Maryland victims of crime. The funding, from the Victims of Crime Assistance Grant Program (VOCA), is aimed at improving services, safety, and security for crime victims and their families. This funding, initially announced by Governor Hogan […]

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County police officer arrested for DWI and assault on another officer after Crofton accident

County police officer arrested for DWI and assault on another officer after Crofton accident

| January 14, 2019

On January 12, 2019 at approximately 8:30 in the evening officers responded to a two vehicle accident on Riedel Road at Johns Hopkins Road in Crofton. Upon arrival, officers discovered that a black Ford Taurus rear ended another vehicle. Officers learned that the driver of the Taurus was Sgt. Kenneth Collier a 21 year veteran […]

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UPDATED LOCATION:  County Executive Pittman to host two meetings on withdrawal of ICE program

UPDATED LOCATION: County Executive Pittman to host two meetings on withdrawal of ICE program

| January 14, 2019

NOTE:  Due to the closure of schools, tonight’s town hall meeting has been changed to the Pascal Senior Activity Center located at 125 Dorsey Road in Glen Burnie.  Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman will hold two town hall meetings to discuss his decision to end county’s 287(g) immigration screening program and to listen to residents’ […]

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Discovered remains confirmed as those of missing Glen Burnie woman

Discovered remains confirmed as those of missing Glen Burnie woman

| January 14, 2019

On Saturday, October 13, 2018, at approximately 1:52 p.m., officers responded to the 8000 block of Green Orchard Road, Glen Burnie Maryland for a missing adult female. The reporting person was the adult female’s son who advised he had last seen his mother Melanie Faith Meleney, on October 11, 2018. Ms. Meleney is described as a […]

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Millersville man arrested after stealing vehicle in Annapolis

Millersville man arrested after stealing vehicle in Annapolis

| January 14, 2019

On January 13th at 1215pm, Annapolis Police were called to the 1300 block of Tyler Avenue for a stolen vehicle.  The vehicle, a dark blue 2004 Chevrolet Tahoe, MD reg. 6BG2082, was unlocked with the engine running and the key in the ignition. The victim reported that he was cleaning off his vehicle and shoveling snow […]

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Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts to present ” A Tribute to MLK”

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts to present ” A Tribute to MLK”

| January 14, 2019

Celebrate the legacy of Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in a new way this coming Martin Luther King weekend; through the performance arts of music, spoken word and open mic at Maryland Hall! “A Tribute to MLK” presented by Maryland Hall and Keith A. Rowel in collaboration with First Christian Community Church and the […]

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Daily News Brief | January 14, 2019

Daily News Brief | January 14, 2019

| January 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…Schools in the area are closed and many governments are offering liberal leave policies. A boat fire […]

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Lt. Governor Rutherford announces funding to expand substance abuse prevention

Lt. Governor Rutherford announces funding to expand substance abuse prevention

| January 13, 2019

Lt. Governor Boyd K. Rutherford  joined state and local leaders last week to announce new Hogan administration initiatives to expand substance use prevention and treatment efforts, as well as a new executive order to study mental and behavioral health in Maryland, with a special emphasis on the correlation between mental illness and substance use disorders. […]

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Save the date: 2019 Marine & Maritime Career Fair Expo

Save the date: 2019 Marine & Maritime Career Fair Expo

| January 13, 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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New hotline to report sex abuse established by Attorney General Frosh

New hotline to report sex abuse established by Attorney General Frosh

| January 13, 2019

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh announced today that his office has established a new telephone hotline for individuals to report child sex abuse. Office of the Attorney General Child Sex Abuse Hotline: 410-576-6312 Victims of an abuser associated with a school or place of worship, or individuals who have knowledge of such abuse, can […]

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Expect significant delays, parking restrictions, and road closures surrounding Hogan’s Inauguration

Expect significant delays, parking restrictions, and road closures surrounding Hogan’s Inauguration

| January 12, 2019

There will be road closures and parking restrictions in Annapolis leading up to, during and after the Gubernatorial Inauguration on January 16th. The Inauguration will be held on State Circle at Maryland Avenue. The following road closures will start at 11:30 p.m. on January 13th and end by 11:59 p.m. on January 16th: State Circle […]

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Chesapeake Arts Center: Iceland: A Photographic journey across the land of fire and ice

Chesapeake Arts Center: Iceland: A Photographic journey across the land of fire and ice

| January 12, 2019

The Chesapeake Arts Center is pleased to present a group exhibition of new works featuring all photographers. The “Iceland: A Photographic Journey Across the Land of Fire and Ice” will run from January 3, 2019 – February 1, 2019 with a reception on Friday, January 25, 2019 from 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m at the Chesapeake Arts […]

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Maryland just made doing business a bit easier

Maryland just made doing business a bit easier

| January 12, 2019

The Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation (SDAT) today announced that 2019 Annual Reports and/or Personal Property Tax Returns are now available. All domestic and foreign business entities must file an Annual Report and/or Personal Property Tax Return by April 15 in order to remain in good standing status. The quickest and easiest way to […]

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Hogan launches aggressive initiatives to combat Baltimore crime

Hogan launches aggressive initiatives to combat Baltimore crime

| January 12, 2019

Governor Larry Hogan has announced a series of initiatives and legislation to address violent crime in Baltimore City through a multi-pronged approach of enforcement, prevention, legislation, and victim services. The governor is committing nearly $13 million and introducing two new pieces of legislation to utilize all resources available to create the strongest state enforcement presence […]

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Libraries pitch in to help furloughed workers

Libraries pitch in to help furloughed workers

| January 12, 2019

In an effort to lighten the burden felt by many county residents, Anne Arundel County Public Library officials announced that the library will waive fines incurred between January 4, 2019 through the end of the government shutdown for federal government employees, contractors and their families. Additionally, the library will not send customers to collections during […]

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Fire destroys boat at Holiday Hill Marina in Edgewayer

Fire destroys boat at Holiday Hill Marina in Edgewayer

| January 12, 2019

Yesterday afternoon about 5pm, a passerby noticed a fire on a boat at the Holiday Hill Marina on Calawasse Road in Edgewater. When the Anne Arundel County Fire Department arrived, they discovered a 35 to 40 foot boat  tied to a pier, fully engulfed. Initial efforts were to contain the fire to the boat of […]

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Two groups start New Year as Arundel Rivers Federation

Two groups start New Year as Arundel Rivers Federation

| January 11, 2019

South River Federation and West/Rhode Riverkeeper, Inc. have officially consolidated their two nonprofit organizations into the Arundel Rivers Federation, effective January 1, 2019. The organization’s new board of directors is comprised of members from both legacy organizations and leaders have established watershed advisory boards for the South River and the greater West/Rhode River watersheds. “We […]

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Annapolitan Danny Burns to celebrate album release at Rams Head On Stage

Annapolitan Danny Burns to celebrate album release at Rams Head On Stage

| January 11, 2019

Two decades before releasing his 2018 debut, North Country — a collaborative album filled with appearances by icons like Jerry Douglas, Sam Bush, Tift Merritt, and Dan Tyminski— he kicked off his career as a traveling folksinger, logging shows on both sides of the Atlantic. He’s been on the road ever since, sharpening a sound […]

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After brief chase, Annapolis Police arrest two in theft of 3 iPhones from T-Mobile

After brief chase, Annapolis Police arrest two in theft of 3 iPhones from T-Mobile

| January 11, 2019

Yesterday about 11:30am, Annapolis Police responded to the T-Mobile store in the Bay Forest Shopping Center for a reported theft of three iPhones. An officer responding to the theft saw the vehicle the men were described as leaving in being operated on Bay Ridge Av near Bay Ridge Rd. The officer attempted to stop the […]

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Thinking of opening a restaurant in Maryland? Here are some tips to get you started

Thinking of opening a restaurant in Maryland? Here are some tips to get you started

| January 11, 2019

Opening a restaurant in Maryland may be one of the most rewarding things you do with your career. If you want to be successful, it requires thinking about all that needs to happen before you open your doors for the first time. In the end, you want to focus on customer service and good food […]

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Federal shutdown not expected to delay Maryland tax season or refunds

Federal shutdown not expected to delay Maryland tax season or refunds

| January 11, 2019

Despite the federal government shutdown, Comptroller Peter Franchot said there are no plans to delay processing personal income tax returns for Tax Year 2018. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Maryland remain on track to begin processing individual returns on January 28. Processing of business tax returns began  January 8. “Marylanders should go about their […]

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Daily News Brief | January 11, 2019

Daily News Brief | January 11, 2019

| January 11, 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…Senate President Mike Miller revealed he is being treated for cancer. Legislature takes up education funding. Billy […]

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Severna Park High students bring science to Glendale Elementary

Severna Park High students bring science to Glendale Elementary

| January 10, 2019

Severna Park High School seniors, Hunter Chadwick and Jake Cooley, along with four sophomores took over a Leadership project previously conducted as a part of the Leadership Institute. The Severna Park Leadership Institute allows students to make a difference within the community by creating and/or taking over a project in which get to lead and […]

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Cowboy Mouth and Howie Day live at Rams Head On Stage

Cowboy Mouth and Howie Day live at Rams Head On Stage

| January 10, 2019

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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County Executive Pittman to host two meetings on withdrawal of ICE program

County Executive Pittman to host two meetings on withdrawal of ICE program

| January 10, 2019

Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman will hold two town hall meetings to discuss his decision to end county’s 287(g) immigration screening program and to listen to residents’ concerns about immigration. Police Chief Timothy Altomare and Acting Superintendent of Detention William Martin participate. The first meeting will be on Monday, January 14, 2019, at 6pm […]

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Daily News Brief | January 10, 2019

Daily News Brief | January 10, 2019

| January 10, 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…I-97 crash critically injures motorcyclist. Julie Mussog resigns from Anne Arundel Development Corp and County Executive Pittman […]

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Reminder: Annapolis Maritime Museum lecture series begins tomorrow

Reminder: Annapolis Maritime Museum lecture series begins tomorrow

| January 9, 2019

Just a reminder that the Annapolis Maritime Museum and Park’s winter lecture series begins tomorrow evening with a talk about sharks and rays in the Chesapeake Bay by Dr. John F. Morrissey. Dr. Morrissey will discuss current information about the biology of sharks and their cartilaginous allies, the skates and rays of the Chesapeake Bay. […]

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County and local non-profits bend together for cleaner local waters

County and local non-profits bend together for cleaner local waters

| January 9, 2019

Anne Arundel County continues to engage local non-profit groups to undertake projects that implement state-of-the-art stormwater practices.  This past year, the Anne Arundel County Watershed Restoration Grant Program awarded more than $670 thousand in funding for water quality restoration projects.  Since 2015, the program has provided more than $2.8 million in grants to help local […]

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