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LOCAL NEWS

Robert Leib appointed to Anne Arundel Board of Education

Robert Leib appointed to Anne Arundel Board of Education

The School Board Appointment Commission of Anne Arundel County tonight appointed Robert Leib of Harwood to fill the vacant District 30 seat on the Board of Education of Anne Arundel County. Leib will be sworn in along with the four newly elected Board Members at 9 a.m. on Monday, December 3, 2018, by the Clerk […]

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Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade poster unveiled

Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade poster unveiled

The Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade, one of Annapolis’ signature events for more than 30 years, is just around the corner! For the third year, our hometown parade has been nominated as one of the USA Today 10 Best Readers Choice Holiday Parades in America!  In 2016, the parade was named the #1 Best Holiday Parade […]

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Free guitars from Music & Arts

Free guitars from Music & Arts

Music & Arts, the nation’s largest music lessons provider, continues its mission to promote and support the merits and joy of music education with a special opportunity for new musicians to get involved. During Black Friday weekend (11/23-11/25), prospective students and their families are invited to visit a lesson studio near them and meet Music […]

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Local artist sells collection to AACC for Holiday Ceramic Club Sale

Local artist sells collection to AACC for Holiday Ceramic Club Sale

Ebby Malmgren, award-winning local potter, has generously donated more than 200 pottery pieces from her personal collection to the AACC Holiday Ceramics Club Sale. Proceeds from the event support the educational activities of the Anne Arundel Community College ceramics studio. “My mother began making pottery nearly 60 years ago,” said AACC Visual Arts Professor Rick […]

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CRIME

Severna Park man killed by truck after exiting vehicle

Severna Park man killed by truck after exiting vehicle

On November 17, 2018 at approximately 12:45 a.m. officers responded to a report of a pedestrian crash at 105 West Earleigh Heights Road in Severna Park. Investigation revealed a Ford F350 was backing in the driveway at 105 West Earleigh Heights Road when the driver exited the vehicle. The vehicle continued to roll and struck […]

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“Safe Schools Maryland” program results in arrest of two Broadneck teens

“Safe Schools Maryland” program results in arrest of two Broadneck teens

In October of 2018 the Special Investigations and Narcotics Section Major Offenders Unit received a complaint that was sent through MEMA’s “Safe Schools Maryland” tip line regarding two suspects who were selling controlled dangerous substances in the Broadneck area. On November 16, 2018, a search warrant was executed at a residence located in the 1200 block […]

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Cabbie rapes passenger in Glen Burnie

Cabbie rapes passenger in Glen Burnie

On November 13, 2018, at approximately 11:00 am, officers responded for a sex offense that occurred in the Glen Burnie area. The adult female victim advised that she contacted and utilized a local taxi service earlier in the morning. She stated during her transport the driver turned onto a secluded road in the area of […]

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Stolen car recovered in Annapolis; suspect also charged with drug possession

Stolen car recovered in Annapolis; suspect also charged with drug possession

Annapolis Police arrested Rodney Dorsey, 31, of Annapolis last night after officers stopped the vehicle he was driving which had been reported stolen in Anne Arundel County. At about 5pm yesterday (November 13), an alert officer say a stolen 2018 VW SUV being driven on Newtowne Drive. Dorsey was the sole occupant. When searched, police […]

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EVENTS

Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade poster unveiled

Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade poster unveiled

The Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade, one of Annapolis’ signature events for more than 30 years, is just around the corner! For the third year, our hometown parade has been nominated as one of the USA Today 10 Best Readers Choice Holiday Parades in America!  In 2016, the parade was named the #1 Best Holiday Parade […]

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Local artist sells collection to AACC for Holiday Ceramic Club Sale

Local artist sells collection to AACC for Holiday Ceramic Club Sale

Ebby Malmgren, award-winning local potter, has generously donated more than 200 pottery pieces from her personal collection to the AACC Holiday Ceramics Club Sale. Proceeds from the event support the educational activities of the Anne Arundel Community College ceramics studio. “My mother began making pottery nearly 60 years ago,” said AACC Visual Arts Professor Rick […]

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BONUS PODCAST:  A few minutes with Livingston Taylor (Performing this weekend at Rams Head)

BONUS PODCAST: A few minutes with Livingston Taylor (Performing this weekend at Rams Head)

In this short episode from The Maryland Crabs, we hop on the phone (with some VERY poor connections) with Livingston Taylor who will be performing a rare matinee show at the Rams Head On Stage on November 24th. We chat about his history, his love of flying, and what he really gets out of being […]

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FREE PROGRAM: Understanding how systematic racism shapes our community

FREE PROGRAM: Understanding how systematic racism shapes our community

Racism is a fierce, ever-present, challenging force, one which has structured the thinking, behavior, and actions of individuals and institutions since the beginning of U.S. history. To understand racism and effectively begin dismantling it requires an equally fierce, consistent, and committed effort. This free community event will begin with a 2 1/2 hour “Groundwater” presentation […]

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AREA BUSINESSES

Free guitars from Music & Arts

Free guitars from Music & Arts

Music & Arts, the nation’s largest music lessons provider, continues its mission to promote and support the merits and joy of music education with a special opportunity for new musicians to get involved. During Black Friday weekend (11/23-11/25), prospective students and their families are invited to visit a lesson studio near them and meet Music […]

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Grab a bottle of nog for your Thanksgiving table!

Grab a bottle of nog for your Thanksgiving table!

The annual shipment of Galway Bay Egg Nog has just arrived from Ireland, and is now available at four locations; Galway Bay in Annapolis, Brian Boru in Severna Park, Pirates Cove in Galesville, and Killarney House in Davidsonville. This year the restaurants have also added the convenience of ordering and paying for egg nog online at www.IrishEggNog.com, […]

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Save the dates for Annapolis’s Midnight Madnesses

Save the dates for Annapolis’s Midnight Madnesses

Midnight Madness  is a fun shopping event in Historic Downtown Annapolis, Maryland. This local holiday shopping tradition  encompasses the charm and character of our most beloved memories of Norman Rockwell and Charles Dickens. The streets and storefronts will be adorned with holiday decorations, trees, garland, snowflakes, bows and lights  along with performers in the streets […]

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Watermark steps up to welcome the USS Sioux City with a Crew’s Cruise and special tours

Watermark steps up to welcome the USS Sioux City with a Crew’s Cruise and special tours

Watermark is celebrating the commissioning of a United States Naval ship in Annapolis by hosting a Crew’s Cruise onboard Catherine Marie for the crew of USS Sioux City.  The Freedom-class Littoral Combat Ship will be commissioned as a United States Ship (USS) on November 17th, 2018, hosted by the U S Naval Academy. The USS […]

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PODCAST

BONUS PODCAST:  A few minutes with Livingston Taylor (Performing this weekend at Rams Head)

BONUS PODCAST: A few minutes with Livingston Taylor (Performing this weekend at Rams Head)

In this short episode from The Maryland Crabs, we hop on the phone (with some VERY poor connections) with Livingston Taylor who will be performing a rare matinee show at the Rams Head On Stage on November 24th. We chat about his history, his love of flying, and what he really gets out of being […]

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Daily News Brief | November 20, 2018

Daily News Brief | November 20, 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… There is a new school board member for District 30, Broadneck teen arrested after tip through “State Schools Maryland” tip line. Police investigating bizarre accident in Severna Park. […]

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Daily News Brief | November 19, 2018

Daily News Brief | November 19, 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… Sitting Delegate Tony McConkey has lost his seat to Heather Bagnall after all the provisional votes were counted. Anne Arundel County Police investigating a cab driver who is […]

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BONUS PODCAST: The Commissioning of the USS Sioux City

BONUS PODCAST: The Commissioning of the USS Sioux City

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. This morning we had the honor of attending the commissioning of the USS Sioux City in Annapolis at the US Naval Academy.  This episode is the entire ceremony (we […]

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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

Robert Leib appointed to Anne Arundel Board of Education

Robert Leib appointed to Anne Arundel Board of Education

| November 20, 2018

The School Board Appointment Commission of Anne Arundel County tonight appointed Robert Leib of Harwood to fill the vacant District 30 seat on the Board of Education of Anne Arundel County. Leib will be sworn in along with the four newly elected Board Members at 9 a.m. on Monday, December 3, 2018, by the Clerk […]

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Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade poster unveiled

Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade poster unveiled

| November 20, 2018

The Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade, one of Annapolis’ signature events for more than 30 years, is just around the corner! For the third year, our hometown parade has been nominated as one of the USA Today 10 Best Readers Choice Holiday Parades in America!  In 2016, the parade was named the #1 Best Holiday Parade […]

Continue Reading

Free guitars from Music & Arts

Free guitars from Music & Arts

| November 20, 2018

Music & Arts, the nation’s largest music lessons provider, continues its mission to promote and support the merits and joy of music education with a special opportunity for new musicians to get involved. During Black Friday weekend (11/23-11/25), prospective students and their families are invited to visit a lesson studio near them and meet Music […]

Continue Reading

Local artist sells collection to AACC for Holiday Ceramic Club Sale

Local artist sells collection to AACC for Holiday Ceramic Club Sale

| November 20, 2018

Ebby Malmgren, award-winning local potter, has generously donated more than 200 pottery pieces from her personal collection to the AACC Holiday Ceramics Club Sale. Proceeds from the event support the educational activities of the Anne Arundel Community College ceramics studio. “My mother began making pottery nearly 60 years ago,” said AACC Visual Arts Professor Rick […]

Continue Reading

BONUS PODCAST:  A few minutes with Livingston Taylor (Performing this weekend at Rams Head)

BONUS PODCAST: A few minutes with Livingston Taylor (Performing this weekend at Rams Head)

| November 20, 2018

In this short episode from The Maryland Crabs, we hop on the phone (with some VERY poor connections) with Livingston Taylor who will be performing a rare matinee show at the Rams Head On Stage on November 24th. We chat about his history, his love of flying, and what he really gets out of being […]

Continue Reading

FREE PROGRAM: Understanding how systematic racism shapes our community

FREE PROGRAM: Understanding how systematic racism shapes our community

| November 20, 2018

Racism is a fierce, ever-present, challenging force, one which has structured the thinking, behavior, and actions of individuals and institutions since the beginning of U.S. history. To understand racism and effectively begin dismantling it requires an equally fierce, consistent, and committed effort. This free community event will begin with a 2 1/2 hour “Groundwater” presentation […]

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Daily News Brief | November 20, 2018

Daily News Brief | November 20, 2018

| November 20, 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… There is a new school board member for District 30, Broadneck teen arrested after tip through “State Schools Maryland” tip line. Police investigating bizarre accident in Severna Park. […]

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AACPS Middle Schools to change up schedule and employ rotational schedule for encore classes

AACPS Middle Schools to change up schedule and employ rotational schedule for encore classes

| November 19, 2018

Middle schools across the county will move to a new rotational schedule for encore classes next year, allowing students to focus more on elective courses that are of interest to them and allowing for increased instructional time for year-long performing arts courses. The schedule, presented to the Board of Education at its November 14, 2018, […]

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Severna Park man killed by truck after exiting vehicle

Severna Park man killed by truck after exiting vehicle

| November 19, 2018

On November 17, 2018 at approximately 12:45 a.m. officers responded to a report of a pedestrian crash at 105 West Earleigh Heights Road in Severna Park. Investigation revealed a Ford F350 was backing in the driveway at 105 West Earleigh Heights Road when the driver exited the vehicle. The vehicle continued to roll and struck […]

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“Safe Schools Maryland” program results in arrest of two Broadneck teens

“Safe Schools Maryland” program results in arrest of two Broadneck teens

| November 19, 2018

In October of 2018 the Special Investigations and Narcotics Section Major Offenders Unit received a complaint that was sent through MEMA’s “Safe Schools Maryland” tip line regarding two suspects who were selling controlled dangerous substances in the Broadneck area. On November 16, 2018, a search warrant was executed at a residence located in the 1200 block […]

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“Engaging our Environment” to open at PMRC on December 19th

“Engaging our Environment” to open at PMRC on December 19th

| November 19, 2018

“Engaging Our Environment”  a wildlife photography exhibit by John Henry Turner will open next month at the Roger “Pip” Moyer Recreation Center! Born and raised in Annapolis, John Henry “Jack” Turner, son of classically trained Portraitist Moe Hanson, Jack acquired an eye for composition, light and color.  which is evident in his work. In his […]

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Daily News Brief | November 19, 2018

Daily News Brief | November 19, 2018

| November 19, 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… Sitting Delegate Tony McConkey has lost his seat to Heather Bagnall after all the provisional votes were counted. Anne Arundel County Police investigating a cab driver who is […]

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Grab a bottle of nog for your Thanksgiving table!

Grab a bottle of nog for your Thanksgiving table!

| November 18, 2018

The annual shipment of Galway Bay Egg Nog has just arrived from Ireland, and is now available at four locations; Galway Bay in Annapolis, Brian Boru in Severna Park, Pirates Cove in Galesville, and Killarney House in Davidsonville. This year the restaurants have also added the convenience of ordering and paying for egg nog online at www.IrishEggNog.com, […]

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A play… in a laundromat?? on Maryland Avenue?  Yes, November 30th through December 22nd

A play… in a laundromat?? on Maryland Avenue? Yes, November 30th through December 22nd

| November 18, 2018

Maryland playwright Bob Bartlett, whose play Swimming With Whales recently received its world premiere at 1st Stage Tysons, and who is a founder of The Welders, the Washington, D.C.-based Playwrights Collective, premieres a new play, a time-bending romantic comedy, The Accident Bear, opening on November 30, 2018 at the Laundromat on Maryland Avenue in historic Annapolis, […]

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USNA one of the top schools for student-athletes

USNA one of the top schools for student-athletes

| November 18, 2018

The United States Naval Academy is once again one of the top schools in the country for graduating NCAA student-athletes. Navy’s graduation success rate of 92 percent is tied for 13th in the country among schools that sponsor FBS football and is the best among the three Service Academies. The graduation success rate measures those student-athletes […]

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A hunk of metal becomes the USS Sioux City before our eyes

A hunk of metal becomes the USS Sioux City before our eyes

| November 18, 2018

When she came up the Severn River last Tuesday, she was a floating hunk of metal and electronics. When she leaves today, she will be the United State’s newest battleship–the USS Sioux City. With dignitaries ranging from US Senator Joni Ernst to the Chief of Naval Operations to the Undersecretary of the Navy to the […]

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Navy Snaps Losing Streak Against Tulsa On Senior Day

Navy Snaps Losing Streak Against Tulsa On Senior Day

| November 18, 2018

It’s been a tough season for the senior class of the 2018 Navy football team. They have seen very few peaks compared to the deep valleys they seem to live in, but this Saturday all 34 seniors put together a 37-29 victory over the Tulsa Golden Hurricanes in front of 31,517 fans to snap a seven-game losing […]

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Lifeline 100 donates $33K to area causes

Lifeline 100 donates $33K to area causes

| November 17, 2018

The fifth annual Anne Arundel County Lifeline 100 Bicycle Event on October 7, 208 attracted more than 800 registrants, was supported by more than 100 volunteers and over 25 sponsors. The event hosted by Anne Arundel County Police Department, Anne Arundel Department of Recreation & Parks and Bicycle Advocates for Annapolis & Anne Arundel County […]

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LIVE BLOG: Navy Football Vs University of Tulsa  | November 17, 2018, 3:30pm

LIVE BLOG: Navy Football Vs University of Tulsa | November 17, 2018, 3:30pm

| November 17, 2018

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 (2-8) and Tulsa (2-8) will meet for the sixth time in series history and for the fourth time as American Athletic Conference foes as they […]

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Tourists to Maryland spending more dollars

Tourists to Maryland spending more dollars

| November 17, 2018

Visitors to Maryland spent more than $17 billion in calendar year 2017, up 2.1 percent from the previous year, officials announced today at the Maryland Tourism and Travel Summit. The study, conducted by Tourism Economics, also showed that $2.4 billion in state and local taxes were generated by visitors, which saved every Maryland household $1,100. “Maryland […]

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BONUS PODCAST: The Commissioning of the USS Sioux City

BONUS PODCAST: The Commissioning of the USS Sioux City

| November 17, 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. This morning we had the honor of attending the commissioning of the USS Sioux City in Annapolis at the US Naval Academy.  This episode is the entire ceremony (we […]

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33rd Excellence in Education banquet to honor 46 County teachers

33rd Excellence in Education banquet to honor 46 County teachers

| November 17, 2018

Forty-six public school teachers and seven independent school teachers will be honored on Thursday, April 25, 2019, as Anne Arundel County Public Schools and the 21st Century Education Foundation celebrate the 33rd annual Excellence in Education banquet at the BWI Marriott in Linthicum. This event will also honor local businesses that have forged critical partnerships with schools […]

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IMPORTANT: Temporary changes coming to BWI to handle holiday traffic

IMPORTANT: Temporary changes coming to BWI to handle holiday traffic

| November 16, 2018

Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport today announced several steps that will be in place during the holiday season to help mitigate traffic congestion along the terminal roadway. “Our goal each holiday season is to offer a pleasant, efficient, travel experience for our customers,” said Ricky Smith, Executive Director of BWI Marshall Airport.  “We suggest that […]

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Morning accident along I-97  injures woman

Morning accident along I-97 injures woman

| November 16, 2018

A two vehicle crash sent a woman to to a local hospital  with serious injuries earlier this morning. Around 730am, a crash on I-97 Southbound near the Crownsville Road overpass tied up rush-hour traffic for miles. According to Captain Russ Davies from the Anne Arundel County Fire Department, a 29-year old woman was briefly trapped […]

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Veterans support Hospice’s “We Honor Veterans” program with visit to elementary school

Veterans support Hospice’s “We Honor Veterans” program with visit to elementary school

| November 16, 2018

For the fourth year, local active duty and veteran military personnel volunteering on behalf of Hospice of the Chesapeake visited the fifth-grade class at Hilltop Elementary School in Glen Burnie, Maryland, on Nov. 7 to talk and read to fifth-grade students about their military service and why the nation celebrates Veterans Day. The three Navy […]

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Cabbie rapes passenger in Glen Burnie

Cabbie rapes passenger in Glen Burnie

| November 16, 2018

On November 13, 2018, at approximately 11:00 am, officers responded for a sex offense that occurred in the Glen Burnie area. The adult female victim advised that she contacted and utilized a local taxi service earlier in the morning. She stated during her transport the driver turned onto a secluded road in the area of […]

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Christopher Cross, Graham Parker and Pat Metheny at Rams Head On Stage

Christopher Cross, Graham Parker and Pat Metheny at Rams Head On Stage

| November 16, 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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Daily News Brief | November 16, 2018

Daily News Brief | November 16, 2018

| November 16, 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…Ice and snow case dozens of accidents and one fatality. Several Midshipmen were evaluated after a noxious odor came from a chem lab. Trial of accused Capital killer Jarod […]

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A peek inside the soon-to-be USS Sioux City (PHOTOS)

A peek inside the soon-to-be USS Sioux City (PHOTOS)

| November 15, 2018

Today, we got a chance to board the soon-to-be-commissioned USS Sioux City for a look behind the hull on a guided tour by the ship’s Executive Officer. The USS Sioux City will be commissioned in a ceremony at 9am on Saturday. Tickets are no longer available for the commissioning ceremony; however, public tours of the […]

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Save the dates for Annapolis’s Midnight Madnesses

Save the dates for Annapolis’s Midnight Madnesses

| November 15, 2018

Midnight Madness  is a fun shopping event in Historic Downtown Annapolis, Maryland. This local holiday shopping tradition  encompasses the charm and character of our most beloved memories of Norman Rockwell and Charles Dickens. The streets and storefronts will be adorned with holiday decorations, trees, garland, snowflakes, bows and lights  along with performers in the streets […]

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Ignite 4 coming to Maryland Hall in March. Will you speak?

Ignite 4 coming to Maryland Hall in March. Will you speak?

| November 15, 2018

For the fourth time, Annapolis will play host to Ignite Annapolis, a high-energy evening of 5-minute talks by people who have a burning idea—and the guts to get onstage and share it with their hometown crowd. Organizers  are excited to announce the fourth Ignite Annapolis event, scheduled to take place from 6:30 to 9:00 pm […]

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8 Midshipmen being evaluated after haz mat response to chemistry lab

8 Midshipmen being evaluated after haz mat response to chemistry lab

| November 15, 2018

Eight midshipman are being medically evaluated after they reported a chemical odor coming from a classroom in Michelson Hall, which houses the chemistry department. As a precaution,  Michelson and Chauvenet halls were evacuated and have since re-opened except for the classroom which was the source of the odor. According to a spokesperson at the Academy, […]

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Sounds of the Season to be presented by Glen Burnie United Methodist Church

Sounds of the Season to be presented by Glen Burnie United Methodist Church

| November 15, 2018

  The Glen Burnie United Methodist Church will present Sounds of the Season on Sunday, December 16, 2018 at the 8:30 am and 11:00 am services.  The Chancel Choir and an 8 piece orchestra will be conducted by Dr. Anna Binneweg.  The program includes a mixture of contemporary as well as classical Christmas songs.  All […]

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Daily News Brief | November 15, 2018

Daily News Brief | November 15, 2018

| November 15, 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… Employees of The Capital are looking to unionize. An Annapolis man arrested on car theft and drug charges while on probation is released on his own recognizance, AACoPD […]

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Watermark steps up to welcome the USS Sioux City with a Crew’s Cruise and special tours

Watermark steps up to welcome the USS Sioux City with a Crew’s Cruise and special tours

| November 14, 2018

Watermark is celebrating the commissioning of a United States Naval ship in Annapolis by hosting a Crew’s Cruise onboard Catherine Marie for the crew of USS Sioux City.  The Freedom-class Littoral Combat Ship will be commissioned as a United States Ship (USS) on November 17th, 2018, hosted by the U S Naval Academy. The USS […]

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Paul Reed Smith Band to perform and teach at Maryland Hall

Paul Reed Smith Band to perform and teach at Maryland Hall

| November 14, 2018

Maryland’s own legendary guitar maker Paul Reed Smith brings his namesake band, The Paul Reed Smith Band, to Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts for Master Classes for aspiring musicians and an all-ages concert performance on Saturday, December 1, 2018.  Tickets are $30 and concertgoers are invited to take a complimentary pre-show Master Class with […]

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