LOCAL NEWS

Severn Bank opens new full-service branch in Lothian

Severn Bank opens new full-service branch in Lothian

Severn Bank (“Severn”) has announced the opening of a new branch at 5401 Southern Maryland Boulevard in Lothian, Maryland. This is the sixth branch in Anne Arundel County for the bank. The 2,500 square foot branch includes tellers and drive-through teller windows as well as on-site commercial and mortgage bankers. An ATM will also be […]

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Hummer, Gilleland selected to lead Board of Education for another term

Hummer, Gilleland selected to lead Board of Education for another term

The Board of Education of Anne Arundel County has re-elected Julie Hummer as president and Terry Gilleland as vice president for the 2018-2019 school year. Hummer is an at-large member of theBoard who was appointed in 2015. She has five children, all of whom attend Anne Arundel County Public Schools. Gilleland has represented District 31 […]

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You can save energy and money at BGE’s new BGE Marketplace

You can save energy and money at BGE’s new BGE Marketplace

BGE customers can now purchase energy-saving products online at the BGE Marketplace. The newly-launched retail site offers energy-related products that save them time and money, such as LED lightbulbs, smart thermostats, advanced power strips, and more. The energy savings from these products support EmPOWER Maryland. “The launch of BGE Marketplace provides our customers with more […]

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K&B True Value gives away more than 2000 flags over Independence Day

K&B True Value gives away more than 2000 flags over Independence Day

Over the Independence Day holiday, K&B True Value gave away more than 2000 US flags. According to Jared Littman, former Alderman for the City of Annapolis and owner of K&B True Value, it generates a ton of heartfelt responses to from the community. One customer wrote: “This most iconic symbol of American freedom reminds us […]

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CRIME

Another traffic stop…another drug bust in Brooklyn Park

Another traffic stop…another drug bust in Brooklyn Park

On July 12, 2018 detectives from the Northern Tactical Patrol Unit (TPU) were conducting drug enforcement in the Brooklyn Park area of Anne Arundel County. At approximately 9:00 p.m., detectives conducted a traffic stop in the area of Ritchie Highway and 16th Avenue for an expired vehicle registration violation. When detectives made contact with the […]

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Traffic stop in Brooklyn Park leads to significant drug arrest

Traffic stop in Brooklyn Park leads to significant drug arrest

On July 11, 2018 detectives from the Northern Tactical Patrol Unit (TPU) were conducting enforcement in the Brooklyn Park area of Anne Arundel County. At approximately 9:03 p.m., detectives conducted a traffic stop in the area of Patrick Henry Drive and Church Street for an equipment violation. During the traffic stop, a drug detection canine […]

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Pasadena burglar didn’t expect a knife fight when he broke in

Pasadena burglar didn’t expect a knife fight when he broke in

On July 11, 2018 at approximately 2:30 a.m. Anne Arundel County Police officers responded for a burglary in progress in the 8600 block of Gambier Harbor in Pasadena. The adult male and adult female victim reported they were awakened by the suspect inside their home. The male confronted the suspect and a physical altercation ensued. […]

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23-year old son kills mother in Millersville home

23-year old son kills mother in Millersville home

On July 7, 2018, at approximately 4:25 p.m., officers responded for an assault at 8230 Daniels Purchase Way in Millersville.  The caller, who was at another location stated they had just received a phone call from Torian Mack who lives at the address with his mother Rhonda Mack-Dickerson.  The caller advised Torian stated he had assaulted his […]

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EVENTS

Watershed Stewards Academy announces certification courses

Watershed Stewards Academy announces certification courses

The Anne Arundel County Watershed Stewards Academy (WSA) certification course trains and supports citizens to become Master Watershed Stewards. Master Watershed Stewards take action with their neighbors to address the problem of stormwater pollution and restore local waterways in Anne Arundel County. Prospective Stewards need not have prior knowledge; they will receive training to identify and solve […]

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Boatyard Beach Bash tickets going fast

Boatyard Beach Bash tickets going fast

The Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park’s Boatyard Beach Bash brings Key West to Eastport. Coral Reefers Roger Bartlett, Eric Darken, Doyle Grisham, Peter Mayer, Brendan Mayer and Keith Sykes, along with Scott Kirby, The John Frinzi Band, and Aaron Scherz will be performing. This diverse collection of talented musicians provides rare access to Jimmy Buffett’s […]

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What??  The 5th Dimension coming to Rams Head On Stage?

What?? The 5th Dimension coming to Rams Head On Stage?

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

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Baysox donating half of ticket sales to Capital-Gazette funds

Baysox donating half of ticket sales to Capital-Gazette funds

The Bowie Baysox announce today that the team will donate 50 percent of their ticket proceeds from their home game on Thursday, July 19, 2018 at 7:05 p.m. against the Erie SeaWolves (Class AA Affiliate of the Detroit Tigers) to two funds set up to help and honor the victims and families affected in the […]

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AREA BUSINESSES

Severn Bank opens new full-service branch in Lothian

Severn Bank opens new full-service branch in Lothian

Severn Bank (“Severn”) has announced the opening of a new branch at 5401 Southern Maryland Boulevard in Lothian, Maryland. This is the sixth branch in Anne Arundel County for the bank. The 2,500 square foot branch includes tellers and drive-through teller windows as well as on-site commercial and mortgage bankers. An ATM will also be […]

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You can save energy and money at BGE’s new BGE Marketplace

You can save energy and money at BGE’s new BGE Marketplace

BGE customers can now purchase energy-saving products online at the BGE Marketplace. The newly-launched retail site offers energy-related products that save them time and money, such as LED lightbulbs, smart thermostats, advanced power strips, and more. The energy savings from these products support EmPOWER Maryland. “The launch of BGE Marketplace provides our customers with more […]

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K&B True Value gives away more than 2000 flags over Independence Day

K&B True Value gives away more than 2000 flags over Independence Day

Over the Independence Day holiday, K&B True Value gave away more than 2000 US flags. According to Jared Littman, former Alderman for the City of Annapolis and owner of K&B True Value, it generates a ton of heartfelt responses to from the community. One customer wrote: “This most iconic symbol of American freedom reminds us […]

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Smithey Law Group opens new practice in West Annapolis

Smithey Law Group opens new practice in West Annapolis

Smithey Law Group LLC, a law practice focusing exclusively on employment law, has opened in West Annapolis. Led by partner and founder Joyce Smithey, the practice covers issues related to wages, discrimination, sexual harassment and abuse, contract and severance negotiations, equal pay, medical leave and more. Smithey also handles high-profile class and collective actions involving wage and hour violations.  Smithey spent […]

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PODCAST

Daily News Brief | July 13, 2018

Daily News Brief | July 13, 2018

Give us about ten minutes a day and we will give you all the local news, local sports, local weather, and local events you can handle. The Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief is sponsored by Kegs & Corks Craft Beer and Maryland Wine Festival on August 18. Save $8 on every ticket using the […]

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Daily News Brief | July 12, 2018

Daily News Brief | July 12, 2018

Give us about ten minutes a day and we will give you all the local news, local sports, local weather, and local events you can handle. The Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief is sponsored by Kegs & Corks Craft Beer and Maryland Wine Festival on August 18. Save $8 on every ticket using the […]

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PODCAST: Talkin’ Eastport with one of the boys

PODCAST: Talkin’ Eastport with one of the boys

The Maryland Crabs Podcast  sat down with Kevin Brooks of The Eastport Oyster Boys (not the Easter Oyster Boys as I mangled it in the recording) and talk all things Eastport–the MRE, the history, the Eastport Oyster Boys and the soon to be happening–Eastport Brewing Company. Thanks to Dick Franyo and The Boatyard for the […]

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Daily News Brief | July 11, 2018

Daily News Brief | July 11, 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. The Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief is sponsored by Kegs & Corks Craft Beer and Maryland Wine Festival on August 18. Save $8 on every ticket using the […]

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COLUMNS & OPINIONS

9 things not to say to the NRP after you’ve been boating, drinking and fighting (NSFW)

9 things not to say to the NRP after you’ve been boating, drinking and fighting (NSFW)

On July 1, 2018, Joseph Ireland was arrested and charged by Maryland Natural Resources Police after an altercation at Dobbins Island in the Magothy River. In a nutshell, a fight ensued, he allegedly tried to run over people with a jet ski, he fled the scene, failed a sobriety test, resisted arrest, and then it […]

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PRIMARY 2018: Predictions Vs. Reality

PRIMARY 2018: Predictions Vs. Reality

11:30pm: Be sure to tune into the Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief tomorrow morning at 7am (or whenever you want because it’s a podcast and delivered on demand for free) for an election recap and all the news. Here’s the scorecard:  66 races predicted, 50 were spot on, 16 were spot off. So a […]

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GUEST COLUMN: Current Assistant State’s Attorney supports Wes Adams

GUEST COLUMN: Current Assistant State’s Attorney supports Wes Adams

I was hired by the late Frank Weathersbee, so I was around for all of the people quoted in a recent article in The Capital and still call many of them friends. Frankly, anyone who knows me would be surprised at me saying anything, but I am finding myself annoyed, because either the commenters were […]

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GUEST COLUMN: Another letter of support for State’s Attorney Wes Adams

GUEST COLUMN: Another letter of support for State’s Attorney Wes Adams

It is beyond question that the real winners of the 2014 election of State’s Attorney Wes Adams are the citizens of Anne Arundel County. We live in safer community as a direct result of his leadership. The recent article in The Capital alleging to portray the current status of the State’s Attorney’s Office was untethered […]

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MORE RECENT ARTICLES

Severn Bank opens new full-service branch in Lothian

Severn Bank opens new full-service branch in Lothian

| July 15, 2018

Severn Bank (“Severn”) has announced the opening of a new branch at 5401 Southern Maryland Boulevard in Lothian, Maryland. This is the sixth branch in Anne Arundel County for the bank. The 2,500 square foot branch includes tellers and drive-through teller windows as well as on-site commercial and mortgage bankers. An ATM will also be […]

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Hummer, Gilleland selected to lead Board of Education for another term

Hummer, Gilleland selected to lead Board of Education for another term

| July 15, 2018

The Board of Education of Anne Arundel County has re-elected Julie Hummer as president and Terry Gilleland as vice president for the 2018-2019 school year. Hummer is an at-large member of theBoard who was appointed in 2015. She has five children, all of whom attend Anne Arundel County Public Schools. Gilleland has represented District 31 […]

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You can save energy and money at BGE’s new BGE Marketplace

You can save energy and money at BGE’s new BGE Marketplace

| July 15, 2018

BGE customers can now purchase energy-saving products online at the BGE Marketplace. The newly-launched retail site offers energy-related products that save them time and money, such as LED lightbulbs, smart thermostats, advanced power strips, and more. The energy savings from these products support EmPOWER Maryland. “The launch of BGE Marketplace provides our customers with more […]

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K&B True Value gives away more than 2000 flags over Independence Day

K&B True Value gives away more than 2000 flags over Independence Day

| July 14, 2018

Over the Independence Day holiday, K&B True Value gave away more than 2000 US flags. According to Jared Littman, former Alderman for the City of Annapolis and owner of K&B True Value, it generates a ton of heartfelt responses to from the community. One customer wrote: “This most iconic symbol of American freedom reminds us […]

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Watershed Stewards Academy announces certification courses

Watershed Stewards Academy announces certification courses

| July 14, 2018

The Anne Arundel County Watershed Stewards Academy (WSA) certification course trains and supports citizens to become Master Watershed Stewards. Master Watershed Stewards take action with their neighbors to address the problem of stormwater pollution and restore local waterways in Anne Arundel County. Prospective Stewards need not have prior knowledge; they will receive training to identify and solve […]

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Wye River Upper School receives $120K grant for MakerSpace

Wye River Upper School receives $120K grant for MakerSpace

| July 14, 2018

An innovative MakerSpace project at Centreville’s Wye River Upper School (WRUS), has been greatly strengthened by a $120,000 grant from the Grayce B. Kerr Fund, Inc. of Easton, Maryland. This new grant to the independent school for bright students who learn differently will augment a recent $100,000 grant for the capital portion of the MakerSpace […]

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Hogan issues statement on Russian election vendor

Hogan issues statement on Russian election vendor

| July 14, 2018

Governor Larry Hogan  released the following statement following an announcement from the Maryland State Board of Elections regarding one of its vendors: “It was with concern that I learned that information provided to the Maryland State Board of Elections by federal law enforcement this week indicates that a vendor contracted by the Board to provide […]

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Boatyard Beach Bash tickets going fast

Boatyard Beach Bash tickets going fast

| July 14, 2018

The Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park’s Boatyard Beach Bash brings Key West to Eastport. Coral Reefers Roger Bartlett, Eric Darken, Doyle Grisham, Peter Mayer, Brendan Mayer and Keith Sykes, along with Scott Kirby, The John Frinzi Band, and Aaron Scherz will be performing. This diverse collection of talented musicians provides rare access to Jimmy Buffett’s […]

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Baysox comeback falls short in 5-4 defeat

Baysox comeback falls short in 5-4 defeat

| July 13, 2018

The Baysox, who stunned Reading with a six-run, ninth inning rally last night, came perilously close to repeating the feat. In the end, Reading held on sending the Baysox to a 5-4 defeat on Friday night at FirstEnergy Stadium. Down 5-2 in the eighth inning the Baysox started their come from behind effort. Erick Salcedo […]

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Anne Arundel County invests another $9M in bike trails

Anne Arundel County invests another $9M in bike trails

| July 13, 2018

County Executive Steve Schuh has announced a $9.4 million plan to expand the South Shore Trail to Odenton. “This investment fulfills our promise to make our County more bike-friendly,” said Schuh. “The South Shore expansion will take us one step closer to creating an interconnected system of bike trails and bike lanes that will allow […]

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Another traffic stop…another drug bust in Brooklyn Park

Another traffic stop…another drug bust in Brooklyn Park

| July 13, 2018

On July 12, 2018 detectives from the Northern Tactical Patrol Unit (TPU) were conducting drug enforcement in the Brooklyn Park area of Anne Arundel County. At approximately 9:00 p.m., detectives conducted a traffic stop in the area of Ritchie Highway and 16th Avenue for an expired vehicle registration violation. When detectives made contact with the […]

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What??  The 5th Dimension coming to Rams Head On Stage?

What?? The 5th Dimension coming to Rams Head On Stage?

| July 13, 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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Baysox donating half of ticket sales to Capital-Gazette funds

Baysox donating half of ticket sales to Capital-Gazette funds

| July 13, 2018

The Bowie Baysox announce today that the team will donate 50 percent of their ticket proceeds from their home game on Thursday, July 19, 2018 at 7:05 p.m. against the Erie SeaWolves (Class AA Affiliate of the Detroit Tigers) to two funds set up to help and honor the victims and families affected in the […]

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Smithey Law Group opens new practice in West Annapolis

Smithey Law Group opens new practice in West Annapolis

| July 13, 2018

Smithey Law Group LLC, a law practice focusing exclusively on employment law, has opened in West Annapolis. Led by partner and founder Joyce Smithey, the practice covers issues related to wages, discrimination, sexual harassment and abuse, contract and severance negotiations, equal pay, medical leave and more. Smithey also handles high-profile class and collective actions involving wage and hour violations.  Smithey spent […]

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Save the date for the 7th Annual Kegs and Corks Festival

Save the date for the 7th Annual Kegs and Corks Festival

| July 13, 2018

Mark your calendars for the 7th Annual Kegs and Corks Craft Beer and Maryland Wine Festival on August 18, 2018. This event draws large crowds to the Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds for a unique festival featuring craft beer and Maryland wine together. Guests sample over 80 exceptional Maryland wines and over 40 craft brews from […]

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Daily News Brief | July 13, 2018

Daily News Brief | July 13, 2018

| July 13, 2018

Give us about ten minutes a day and we will give you all the local news, local sports, local weather, and local events you can handle. The Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief is sponsored by Kegs & Corks Craft Beer and Maryland Wine Festival on August 18. Save $8 on every ticket using the […]

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Epic comeback hurls Baysox to 7-5 win

Epic comeback hurls Baysox to 7-5 win

| July 12, 2018

The great Jack Buck once said – “I can’t believe what I just saw.” A crowd of close to 6,000 Reading faithful echoed those sentiments as the Baysox stunningly rallied from four down in the ninth inning to win 7-5 in the series opener. With Aderlin Rodriguez aboard and one down, Anderson Feliz doubled him […]

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Sasso resigns from AACPS Board of Education

Sasso resigns from AACPS Board of Education

| July 12, 2018

Maria Delores Sasso, who has represented Legislative District 30 on the Board of Education since February 2016, announced today that she will leave the Board effectively July 31, 2018. In a resignation letter to Governor Larry Hogan, Sasso said the need to allocate more time to personal and family issues drove her decision. Maryland State […]

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Kingston Trio pulling into Rams Head On Stage on 19th

Kingston Trio pulling into Rams Head On Stage on 19th

| July 12, 2018

Fans of legendary folk icons The Kingston Trio will soon have an opportunity to re-discover their timeless music in a national tour to mark the group’s 60th anniversary. Josh Reynolds, son of original member Nick Reynolds, along with lifelong musical partners Mike Marvin and Tim Gorelangton, are on a national tour as The Kingston Trio, […]

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Twist & Stout to benefit Capital-Gazette Memorial Scholarship Fund

Twist & Stout to benefit Capital-Gazette Memorial Scholarship Fund

| July 12, 2018

On September 29th, Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks will presentTwist & Stout, a fine wine and craft beer festival that also features live music from some of the region’s best bands, food trucks serving innovative cuisine, and local artists and artisans, all set at the picturesque Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis, Maryland. Produced in partnership with the Maryland Wineries Association, […]

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Traffic stop in Brooklyn Park leads to significant drug arrest

Traffic stop in Brooklyn Park leads to significant drug arrest

| July 12, 2018

On July 11, 2018 detectives from the Northern Tactical Patrol Unit (TPU) were conducting enforcement in the Brooklyn Park area of Anne Arundel County. At approximately 9:03 p.m., detectives conducted a traffic stop in the area of Patrick Henry Drive and Church Street for an equipment violation. During the traffic stop, a drug detection canine […]

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HeimLantz’s Sheri Winegardner earns Certified Private Wealth Advisor designation

HeimLantz’s Sheri Winegardner earns Certified Private Wealth Advisor designation

| July 12, 2018

HeimLantz, CPAs and Advisors, the local public accounting and business advisory firm, is pleased to announce that Sheri Winegardner, CFP®, has become a Certified Private Wealth Advisor. “This new designation makes Sheri even more of a valuable asset to the wealth management team,” said Carter Heim, CPA and President of HeimLantz. “We are happy to […]

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Maryland State Police planning a “Checkpoint Strikeforce” tomorrow

Maryland State Police planning a “Checkpoint Strikeforce” tomorrow

| July 12, 2018

“Checkpoint Strikeforce,” an initiative designed to remove impaired drivers from the road, is planned for Anne Arundel County this weekend. Troopers from the Maryland State Police Annapolis Barrack and Glen Burnie Barrack, with the assistance of the State Highway Administration, will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint on Friday, July 13th, 2018 in the Annapolis area […]

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Maryland SDAT improves MBE website for more functionality

Maryland SDAT improves MBE website for more functionality

| July 12, 2018

The Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation (SDAT) has updated its award-winning Maryland Business Express (MBE) site to now allow online filing of resolutions, which add, edit, or remove a resident agent and change the principal office location for businesses. In addition, Maryland Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) can now file Articles of Cancellation online and […]

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Daily News Brief | July 12, 2018

Daily News Brief | July 12, 2018

| July 12, 2018

Give us about ten minutes a day and we will give you all the local news, local sports, local weather, and local events you can handle. The Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief is sponsored by Kegs & Corks Craft Beer and Maryland Wine Festival on August 18. Save $8 on every ticket using the […]

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High school students from across state will march on Government House to demand gun safety reform

High school students from across state will march on Government House to demand gun safety reform

| July 11, 2018

On Saturday, July 21st, students from across the state of Maryland will convene before the Governor‘s Mansion to demand gun safety reform on the state level. The event, called “Students for a Safer Maryland,” is designed to keep the issue of gun violence in the minds of all Marylanders. Despite sweeping reforms during the 2018 legislative […]

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Pasadena burglar didn’t expect a knife fight when he broke in

Pasadena burglar didn’t expect a knife fight when he broke in

| July 11, 2018

On July 11, 2018 at approximately 2:30 a.m. Anne Arundel County Police officers responded for a burglary in progress in the 8600 block of Gambier Harbor in Pasadena. The adult male and adult female victim reported they were awakened by the suspect inside their home. The male confronted the suspect and a physical altercation ensued. […]

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Bowie’s Mountcastle selected for MLB Futures Game

Bowie’s Mountcastle selected for MLB Futures Game

| July 11, 2018

Baysox infielder Ryan Mountcastle has been chosen to participate in the 2018 Sirius/XM All-Star Futures Game at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., Sunday, July 15 at 4:00 p.m. Mountcastle will represent the Baltimore Orioles as a member of the U.S. Roster. Currently rated the No. 1 prospect in the Orioles organization and No. 80 overall […]

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Good Charlotte to headline City’s benefit concert for Capital-Gazette on July 28th

Good Charlotte to headline City’s benefit concert for Capital-Gazette on July 28th

| July 11, 2018

Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley has announced that the City will host a benefit concert on July 28 for the victims’ families and survivors of June 28’s mass shooting at The Capital Gazette building in Annapolis. The concert also will promote freedom of the press and its importance to our country’s democracy. Headlining the concert will […]

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Comptroller names top Maryland scofflaws

Comptroller names top Maryland scofflaws

| July 11, 2018

Comptroller Peter Franchot today announced the names of the top 25 businesses and 20 individuals collectively owing $12.7 million in unpaid taxes, penalties and interest to the State of Maryland. The Comptroller’s Office publishes the top scofflaws on the agency’s website in a public attempt to get those on the list to pay what they […]

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Schuh kicks off Glen Burnie and Brooklyn alleyway improvements

Schuh kicks off Glen Burnie and Brooklyn alleyway improvements

| July 11, 2018

Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh has unveiled the County’s new half million dollar alleyway improvement program for neighborhoods in Brooklyn Park and Glen Burnie. “For far too long, North County residents in Brooklyn Park have suffered from deplorable conditions of many of the County owned alley ways that run between their homes,” said Schuh. […]

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Buckley announces bike share program and other initiatives to Downtown Annapolis Partnership

Buckley announces bike share program and other initiatives to Downtown Annapolis Partnership

| July 11, 2018

Last night, Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley addressed the membership of the Downtown Annapolis Partnership inside the soon-to-be-opened Market House. The meeting was to offer a sneak peek at the latest iteration of the iconic (yet troubled) building in the heart of the City’s waterfront and to announce several new initiatives to move people around downtown […]

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PODCAST: Talkin’ Eastport with one of the boys

PODCAST: Talkin’ Eastport with one of the boys

| July 11, 2018

The Maryland Crabs Podcast  sat down with Kevin Brooks of The Eastport Oyster Boys (not the Easter Oyster Boys as I mangled it in the recording) and talk all things Eastport–the MRE, the history, the Eastport Oyster Boys and the soon to be happening–Eastport Brewing Company. Thanks to Dick Franyo and The Boatyard for the […]

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Daily News Brief | July 11, 2018

Daily News Brief | July 11, 2018

| July 11, 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. The Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief is sponsored by Kegs & Corks Craft Beer and Maryland Wine Festival on August 18. Save $8 on every ticket using the […]

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Maryland Humanities seeking new Board members

Maryland Humanities seeking new Board members

| July 10, 2018

Maryland Humanities is seeking nominations for new members to join its  volunteer Board of Directors. Nominees should have a passion for the humanities as well as a deep commitment to their mission of engaging Marylanders in lifelong learning in the humanities, inspiring the open exchange of ideas, and enriching Maryland communities. Maryland Humanities is an […]

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Hogan announces nearly $20M in grants to local management boards

Hogan announces nearly $20M in grants to local management boards

| July 10, 2018

The Hogan administration has announced $19.6 million in statewide grant awards to Maryland’s Local Management Boards. Located in all 23 counties and Baltimore City, the Local Management Boards (LMBs) bring together resources at the local level to strengthen services to children, youth, and families. These non-competitive grants will fund more than 120 child- and family-focused community-based […]

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