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LOCAL NEWS

September 29, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Union Jack’s closes. Tire thefts. Styrofoam ban is here. And so is the Hydroxylator!

September 29, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Union Jack’s closes. Tire thefts. Styrofoam ban is here. And so is the Hydroxylator!

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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Brooks Schandelmeier selected to represent Annapolis’ Ward 5

Brooks Schandelmeier selected to represent Annapolis’ Ward 5

Back in March, former Alderman Marc Rodriguez handed a resignation letter to Annapolis Mayor Buckley and members of the City Council.  The first-term Alderman had accepted a job in Portland, Oregon.  After some discussion, the Mayor asked Rodriquez to rescind the resignation and remain on the Council to help with the approaching pandemic. In August, […]

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Union Jack’s abruptly closes Annapolis location

Union Jack’s abruptly closes Annapolis location

Union Jack’s of Annapolis has closed.  In a Facebook post this evening, the popular night spot announced that it will be closing after nearly 9 years in Annapolis. Union Jack’s opened in January 2013 just prior to the Ravens Vs 49ers Superbowl (The Harbowl) and was host to hundreds of fundraisers and booked many popular […]

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BONUS PODCAST: The Hydroxylator: Keeping you safe at Rams Head On Stage

BONUS PODCAST: The Hydroxylator: Keeping you safe at Rams Head On Stage

NOTE:  This podcast was recorded prior to County Executive Pittman allowing indoor concerts. When I first heard the word “hydroxylator,” I was thinking it was something that Doc Brown from Back to the Future may have invented. But I was wrong! The Hydroxylator is an invention created here in Annapolis by AC Beverage to help […]

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CRIME

11 tires and rims stolen from vehicles, Annapolis Police are investigating

11 tires and rims stolen from vehicles, Annapolis Police are investigating

The Annapolis Police Department is investigating a rash of wheel and tire thefts over this past weekend. On Friday, September 25, 2020 at 7:30am, police responded to the 200 block of Hilltop Lane for a reported theft from a vehicle. The victim said that 4 rims and tires were stolen from his Chrysler vehicle during […]

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Spate of violence continues in Annapolis with two additional stabbings overnight

Spate of violence continues in Annapolis with two additional stabbings overnight

The spate of violence is continuing in Annapolis. On Wednesday morning, a man was shot in the leg; on Wednesday afternoon a man was stabbed in the nck; and now two more stabbings have the attention of the Annapolis Police Department. At about 12:30AM on September 25, 2020, police responded to the unit block of […]

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Annapolis motorcyclist killed in Riva crash

Annapolis motorcyclist killed in Riva crash

An Annapolis man was killed yesterday when he crashed his motorcycle into the rear of a turning car along Riva Road in Riva, MD. According to the Anne Arundel County Police, on September 23, 2020 at approximately 3:20 p.m., a Kawasaki motorcycle, operated by Joseph DiSciorio, 24, of Annapolis, was southbound on Riva Road, improperly […]

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Defendant pleads guilty in muder of neighbor in Glen Burnie apartment

Defendant pleads guilty in muder of neighbor in Glen Burnie apartment

Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney Anne Colt Leitess announced that James Verombeck, 54, of Dunkirk entered a plea of guilty to the first degree murder of 22-year-old Tyrique Hudson. Following his guilty plea, Verombeck was found not criminally responsible for the North Carolina native’s murder and was committed to the Maryland Department of Health and […]

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EVENTS

Champions of the Chesapeake virtual race starts today, runs through November 14

Champions of the Chesapeake virtual race starts today, runs through November 14

From September 26 through November 14, Chesapeake Conservancy will host its first virtual race, “Champions for the Chesapeake.” Launching on National Public Lands Day (Sept. 26), funds from the race will support the nonprofit’s advocacy efforts to establish the “Chesapeake National Recreation Area,” which would create National Park Service (NPS) unit status for the Chesapeake […]

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Kick Gas with Annapolis Green and National Drive Electric Week

Kick Gas with Annapolis Green and National Drive Electric Week

Annapolis Green is bringing the National Drive Electric Week to Annapolis, September 26-October 4. This is a nationwide celebration to raise awareness of the many benefits of and options for driving electric. EVs are fun to drive and one of the best things you can do to mitigate Climate Change! Besides, they’re becoming pretty normal […]

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Bud Light wants you to find the #GoldenRaven

Bud Light wants you to find the #GoldenRaven

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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The AAEDC wants you to “Shop Safe, Shop Local”

The AAEDC wants you to “Shop Safe, Shop Local”

The Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation (AAEDC) is in the midst of  its “Shop Safe. Shop Local. Shop ArundelBiz.” marketing campaign to highlight the importance of patronizing small businesses in Anne Arundel County. “Many locally owned shops, restaurants, services and organizations have pivoted their operations to help keep their customers and employees safe,” said AAEDC […]

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AREA BUSINESSES

Union Jack’s abruptly closes Annapolis location

Union Jack’s abruptly closes Annapolis location

Union Jack’s of Annapolis has closed.  In a Facebook post this evening, the popular night spot announced that it will be closing after nearly 9 years in Annapolis. Union Jack’s opened in January 2013 just prior to the Ravens Vs 49ers Superbowl (The Harbowl) and was host to hundreds of fundraisers and booked many popular […]

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BONUS PODCAST: The Hydroxylator: Keeping you safe at Rams Head On Stage

BONUS PODCAST: The Hydroxylator: Keeping you safe at Rams Head On Stage

NOTE:  This podcast was recorded prior to County Executive Pittman allowing indoor concerts. When I first heard the word “hydroxylator,” I was thinking it was something that Doc Brown from Back to the Future may have invented. But I was wrong! The Hydroxylator is an invention created here in Annapolis by AC Beverage to help […]

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Two downtown Annapolis groups raise $17,500 for downtown Annapolis beautification projects

Two downtown Annapolis groups raise $17,500 for downtown Annapolis beautification projects

The fall season is the perfect time to do landscaping and beautification projects.  The cooler temperatures and the rainy fall season give the plants a chance to get established before the summer heat returns next year. Both the Annapolis Arts District and the Downtown Annapolis Partnership has surveyed the downtown area to look for areas […]

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Annapolis launches hub to locate small businesses

Annapolis launches hub to locate small businesses

The City of Annapolis’s Office of Economic Development and Office of Information Technology’s GIS division recently launched the “Come Back Annapolis Small Business Recovery Hub,” an interactive map and resource tool that allows business owners to create and manage public business listings while making it easier for residents to shop, dine, and stay local. “Local […]

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PODCAST

September 29, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Union Jack’s closes. Tire thefts. Styrofoam ban is here. And so is the Hydroxylator!

September 29, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Union Jack’s closes. Tire thefts. Styrofoam ban is here. And so is the Hydroxylator!

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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September 28, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Stabbings in Annapolis. Deadly fire. Mortgage scams. Kicking Gas.

September 28, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Stabbings in Annapolis. Deadly fire. Mortgage scams. Kicking Gas.

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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BONUS PODCAST: Wilma Lee, a bright light in a COVID-19 world

BONUS PODCAST: Wilma Lee, a bright light in a COVID-19 world

You may have noticed a new boat down on City Dock in Annapolis. It is the 80-year old WIlma Lee, an historic skipjack originally built on Maryland’s Eastern Shore and now back home at the Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park. She is available for public sails, education, private charters all highlighting the culture, history, and […]

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Legacy Business Spotlight: Bay Ridge Wine & Spirits (Encore Presentation)

Legacy Business Spotlight: Bay Ridge Wine & Spirits (Encore Presentation)

Bay Ridge Wine & Spirits came on the scene in 1991 directly across the street from Quiet Waters Park. Now, 28 years later, they are the largest beer, wine and liquor store in Annapolis. We spoke with David Marberger who is the owner, along with former County Councilman Chuck Ferrar. We discussed the early days, […]

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COLUMNS & OPINIONS

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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OPINION: Pittman’s Political Science

OPINION: Pittman’s Political Science

I’m County Exec Stu Pittman, forget real science My political science is where I put my reliance It may not make sense, it may even be stupid, man But you better obey because I’m Stu Pittman.   Covid Death rates are low, hospitalizations are too But my political science dictates fear and restrictions anew So […]

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September 29, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Union Jack’s closes. Tire thefts. Styrofoam ban is here. And so is the Hydroxylator!

September 29, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Union Jack’s closes. Tire thefts. Styrofoam ban is here. And so is the Hydroxylator!

| September 29, 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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Brooks Schandelmeier selected to represent Annapolis’ Ward 5

Brooks Schandelmeier selected to represent Annapolis’ Ward 5

| September 28, 2020, 11:37 PM

Back in March, former Alderman Marc Rodriguez handed a resignation letter to Annapolis Mayor Buckley and members of the City Council.  The first-term Alderman had accepted a job in Portland, Oregon.  After some discussion, the Mayor asked Rodriquez to rescind the resignation and remain on the Council to help with the approaching pandemic. In August, […]

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Union Jack’s abruptly closes Annapolis location

Union Jack’s abruptly closes Annapolis location

| September 28, 2020, 07:54 PM

Union Jack’s of Annapolis has closed.  In a Facebook post this evening, the popular night spot announced that it will be closing after nearly 9 years in Annapolis. Union Jack’s opened in January 2013 just prior to the Ravens Vs 49ers Superbowl (The Harbowl) and was host to hundreds of fundraisers and booked many popular […]

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BONUS PODCAST: The Hydroxylator: Keeping you safe at Rams Head On Stage

BONUS PODCAST: The Hydroxylator: Keeping you safe at Rams Head On Stage

| September 28, 2020, 06:19 PM

NOTE:  This podcast was recorded prior to County Executive Pittman allowing indoor concerts. When I first heard the word “hydroxylator,” I was thinking it was something that Doc Brown from Back to the Future may have invented. But I was wrong! The Hydroxylator is an invention created here in Annapolis by AC Beverage to help […]

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MHEC supports Governor Hogan’s #MasksOnMaryland campaign

MHEC supports Governor Hogan’s #MasksOnMaryland campaign

| September 28, 2020, 04:25 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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Two downtown Annapolis groups raise $17,500 for downtown Annapolis beautification projects

Two downtown Annapolis groups raise $17,500 for downtown Annapolis beautification projects

| September 28, 2020, 01:46 PM

The fall season is the perfect time to do landscaping and beautification projects.  The cooler temperatures and the rainy fall season give the plants a chance to get established before the summer heat returns next year. Both the Annapolis Arts District and the Downtown Annapolis Partnership has surveyed the downtown area to look for areas […]

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11 tires and rims stolen from vehicles, Annapolis Police are investigating

11 tires and rims stolen from vehicles, Annapolis Police are investigating

| September 28, 2020, 11:24 AM

The Annapolis Police Department is investigating a rash of wheel and tire thefts over this past weekend. On Friday, September 25, 2020 at 7:30am, police responded to the 200 block of Hilltop Lane for a reported theft from a vehicle. The victim said that 4 rims and tires were stolen from his Chrysler vehicle during […]

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Annapolis launches hub to locate small businesses

Annapolis launches hub to locate small businesses

| September 28, 2020, 10:30 AM

The City of Annapolis’s Office of Economic Development and Office of Information Technology’s GIS division recently launched the “Come Back Annapolis Small Business Recovery Hub,” an interactive map and resource tool that allows business owners to create and manage public business listings while making it easier for residents to shop, dine, and stay local. “Local […]

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September 28, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Stabbings in Annapolis. Deadly fire. Mortgage scams. Kicking Gas.

September 28, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Stabbings in Annapolis. Deadly fire. Mortgage scams. Kicking Gas.

| September 28, 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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Maryland’s plan to battle increase in opioid and alcohol related fatalities

Maryland’s plan to battle increase in opioid and alcohol related fatalities

| September 27, 2020, 04:26 PM

The Opioid Operational Command Center and the Maryland Department of Health have released their report on the opioid crisis in Maryland for the second quarter of 2020. The report includes preliminary data for unintentional drug- and alcohol-related intoxication deaths during the period between January and June 2020. The second-quarter report outlines continued increases in opioid- […]

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Governor Hogan awards $10M to Maryland Community Colleges

Governor Hogan awards $10M to Maryland Community Colleges

| September 27, 2020, 01:24 PM

Governor Larry Hogan today announced $10 million in grant awards for Maryland’s 16 community colleges to expand education opportunities and workforce development programs during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Fund is a federal grant for governors to support and assist local education agencies, higher education institutions, and other educational entities with […]

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BONUS PODCAST: Wilma Lee, a bright light in a COVID-19 world

BONUS PODCAST: Wilma Lee, a bright light in a COVID-19 world

| September 27, 2020, 10:41 AM

You may have noticed a new boat down on City Dock in Annapolis. It is the 80-year old WIlma Lee, an historic skipjack originally built on Maryland’s Eastern Shore and now back home at the Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park. She is available for public sails, education, private charters all highlighting the culture, history, and […]

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Thanksgiving changes for the Mids at the Naval Academy

Thanksgiving changes for the Mids at the Naval Academy

| September 27, 2020, 10:14 AM

Citing concern about the COVID-19 virus, US Naval Academy officials have decided to modify the fall calendar a bit and effectively eliminate the Thanksgiving break from the calendar. A normal day of classes will be held the day before Thanksgiving, and the Friday following Thanksgiving, Nov. 27, will be a reading/study day for midshipmen. This […]

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Champions of the Chesapeake virtual race starts today, runs through November 14

Champions of the Chesapeake virtual race starts today, runs through November 14

| September 26, 2020, 04:19 PM

From September 26 through November 14, Chesapeake Conservancy will host its first virtual race, “Champions for the Chesapeake.” Launching on National Public Lands Day (Sept. 26), funds from the race will support the nonprofit’s advocacy efforts to establish the “Chesapeake National Recreation Area,” which would create National Park Service (NPS) unit status for the Chesapeake […]

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Atorney General warns of mortgage scam

Atorney General warns of mortgage scam

| September 26, 2020, 01:11 PM

The Office of the Attorney General has recently been notified of scams involving individuals impersonating mortgage companies. Some of these scammers are calling existing customers of a mortgage company, claiming to be representatives of that company, and offering the customer a loan modification. The scammer may ask for your full name, address, date of birth, […]

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Is legalized sports betting coming to Maryland?

Is legalized sports betting coming to Maryland?

| September 26, 2020, 12:06 PM

Towards the end of 2019, Maryland State Senator Chris West put forth Senate Bill 58, which would legalize retail and perhaps online sports betting for Maryland residents. The senate anticipated taking up this measure in early in 2020 only to have the COVID-19 pandemic put a hold on most legislation that was not of an […]

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Legacy Business Spotlight: Bay Ridge Wine & Spirits (Encore Presentation)

Legacy Business Spotlight: Bay Ridge Wine & Spirits (Encore Presentation)

| September 26, 2020, 12:00 PM

Bay Ridge Wine & Spirits came on the scene in 1991 directly across the street from Quiet Waters Park. Now, 28 years later, they are the largest beer, wine and liquor store in Annapolis. We spoke with David Marberger who is the owner, along with former County Councilman Chuck Ferrar. We discussed the early days, […]

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59 new firefighters added to the rolls in Anne Arundel County, Annapolis City, BWI and the USCG

59 new firefighters added to the rolls in Anne Arundel County, Annapolis City, BWI and the USCG

| September 26, 2020, 10:05 AM

Fifty-nine new firefighters have joined the ranks of four area fire departments following their graduation from the Anne Arundel County Fire Department Training Academy Saturday morning. Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman and Fire Chief Trisha L. Wolford, along with recruit’s family attended the graduation ceremony, modified due to COVID-19, for Recruit Class 60 at […]

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Annapolis author, TC Weber releases latest book

Annapolis author, TC Weber releases latest book

| September 25, 2020, 04:18 PM

Author T. C. (Ted) Weber announced Thursday the release of his new novel, Zero-Day Rising, the final volume of the BetterWorld cyberpunk trilogy. Published through See Sharp Press, all three volumes of the trilogy are available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other online outlets in both print and electronic versions. The BetterWorld Trilogy is […]

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Woman dies, firefighter injured in morning fire

Woman dies, firefighter injured in morning fire

| September 25, 2020, 03:33 PM

This is an update to a story originally published this morning. At 10:33PM on September 25, 2020, Anne Arundel County Firefighters responded to a 911 call from a neighbor reporting an extensive amount of smoke and fire coming from the dwelling in the 800 block of Generals Highway in Millersville. There are several homes in […]

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Chesapeake Life Center to host outdoor workshops this fall

Chesapeake Life Center to host outdoor workshops this fall

| September 25, 2020, 01:08 PM

Chesapeake Life Center has found new ways to offer its popular community programs, helping people cope with loss by taking them to the great outdoors. The center is adapting to changing COVID-19 restrictions by planning outdoor activities that allow people to gather in-person while adhering to the safest and strictest guidelines set forth by the […]

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Anne Arundel County Fire Department on scene of fatal fire in Millersville

Anne Arundel County Fire Department on scene of fatal fire in Millersville

| September 25, 2020, 11:54 AM

The Anne Arundel County Fire Department is on the scene of a fatal fire in the 800 block of Generals Highway in Millersville. Just after 10:30AM on Sepember 25, 2020, the Anne Arundel County Fire Department was dispatched to a dwelling fire in the 800 block of Generals Highway in Millersville. Arriving crews were met […]

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Kick Gas with Annapolis Green and National Drive Electric Week

Kick Gas with Annapolis Green and National Drive Electric Week

| September 25, 2020, 10:09 AM

Annapolis Green is bringing the National Drive Electric Week to Annapolis, September 26-October 4. This is a nationwide celebration to raise awareness of the many benefits of and options for driving electric. EVs are fun to drive and one of the best things you can do to mitigate Climate Change! Besides, they’re becoming pretty normal […]

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Spate of violence continues in Annapolis with two additional stabbings overnight

Spate of violence continues in Annapolis with two additional stabbings overnight

| September 25, 2020, 09:07 AM

The spate of violence is continuing in Annapolis. On Wednesday morning, a man was shot in the leg; on Wednesday afternoon a man was stabbed in the nck; and now two more stabbings have the attention of the Annapolis Police Department. At about 12:30AM on September 25, 2020, police responded to the unit block of […]

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Bud Light wants you to find the #GoldenRaven

Bud Light wants you to find the #GoldenRaven

| September 25, 2020, 08:33 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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September 25, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Fatal motorcycle accident in Riva. High School sports are back. Internet for low income families. Live music returns at Rams Head On Stage!

September 25, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Fatal motorcycle accident in Riva. High School sports are back. Internet for low income families. Live music returns at Rams Head On Stage!

| September 25, 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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The AAEDC wants you to “Shop Safe, Shop Local”

The AAEDC wants you to “Shop Safe, Shop Local”

| September 24, 2020, 04:26 PM

The Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation (AAEDC) is in the midst of  its “Shop Safe. Shop Local. Shop ArundelBiz.” marketing campaign to highlight the importance of patronizing small businesses in Anne Arundel County. “Many locally owned shops, restaurants, services and organizations have pivoted their operations to help keep their customers and employees safe,” said AAEDC […]

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Governor Hogan: High School sports can resume on October 7

Governor Hogan: High School sports can resume on October 7

| September 24, 2020, 03:20 PM

Following a visit to schools in Frederick County today, Governor Larry Hogan and State Superintendent of Schools Dr. Karen Salmon announced the return of fall sports in Maryland. Each local school system will now have the ability to officially start the interscholastic athletic fall season in secondary schools beginning Wednesday, October 7, 2020. “Getting our […]

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Annapolis to provide bulbs for Make A Difference Day

Annapolis to provide bulbs for Make A Difference Day

| September 24, 2020, 01:30 PM

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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Annapolis motorcyclist killed in Riva crash

Annapolis motorcyclist killed in Riva crash

| September 24, 2020, 01:13 PM

An Annapolis man was killed yesterday when he crashed his motorcycle into the rear of a turning car along Riva Road in Riva, MD. According to the Anne Arundel County Police, on September 23, 2020 at approximately 3:20 p.m., a Kawasaki motorcycle, operated by Joseph DiSciorio, 24, of Annapolis, was southbound on Riva Road, improperly […]

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TONIGHT: Paul Reed Smith to headline free Wellness House virtual concert

TONIGHT: Paul Reed Smith to headline free Wellness House virtual concert

| September 24, 2020, 10:14 AM

It is 2020 and virtually all events are…well, virtual. And the Wellness House of Annapolis is no different including their  upcoming Rock N Roll Benefit by the Bay. This benefit will feature the Paul Reed Smith Band on September 24th at 7:00pm. The virtual concert will take place on September 24 at 7:00pm inside of the […]

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Defendant pleads guilty in muder of neighbor in Glen Burnie apartment

Defendant pleads guilty in muder of neighbor in Glen Burnie apartment

| September 24, 2020, 08:57 AM

Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney Anne Colt Leitess announced that James Verombeck, 54, of Dunkirk entered a plea of guilty to the first degree murder of 22-year-old Tyrique Hudson. Following his guilty plea, Verombeck was found not criminally responsible for the North Carolina native’s murder and was committed to the Maryland Department of Health and […]

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September 24, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Stabbing in Annapolis. SATs might be saved. A place for kids to learn while parents work.

September 24, 2020 | Daily News Brief | Stabbing in Annapolis. SATs might be saved. A place for kids to learn while parents work.

| September 24, 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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Annapolis Police investigating stabbing in Bay RIdge Gardens community

Annapolis Police investigating stabbing in Bay RIdge Gardens community

| September 23, 2020, 10:02 PM

On September 23, 2020 at 5:00 pm Annapolis Police officers responded to the unit block of Bens Drive for the report of a stabbing.  A male victim was located with stab wounds to his head and shoulders. He was treated at the scene and transported to University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center by helicopter with […]

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SAT tests to be offered for free to seniors in October

SAT tests to be offered for free to seniors in October

| September 23, 2020, 08:11 PM

High school seniors across the county will have the opportunity to take the SAT free of charge in school buildings next month under a plan approved by the Anne Arundel County Department of Health and announced by Superintendent George Arlotto today. The SAT administration, which is open only to seniors, will take place in comprehensive […]

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Take home shrimp feast coming to Pip Moyer Rec Center on September 26th

Take home shrimp feast coming to Pip Moyer Rec Center on September 26th

| September 23, 2020, 04:42 PM

On Saturday, September 26, Patriot Point Volunteer Coordinator Mike Mattingly is hosting the Take Home Shrimp Feast Benefiting Patriot Point at the Pip Moyer Recreation Center in Annapolis and Emily’s Produce in Cambridge, Md. Supporters will be able to drive through and pick up a freshly prepared shrimp feast. Like shrimp? $25 (pre-order) or $30 […]

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