LOCAL NEWS

Lifeline 100 raises $1600 for Capital Gazette Families

Lifeline 100 raises $1600 for Capital Gazette Families

The fifth annual Anne Arundel County  Lifeline 100 Bicycle Event on October 7 at Kinder Farm Park provides rides for every age and ability from a free Bike Rodeo for kids. On August 1 we announced during the month of August half of all proceeds will go to the Capital Gazette Families Fund and the […]

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Hogan fills three vacancies in Anne Arundel judiciary including first African American female judge

Hogan fills three vacancies in Anne Arundel judiciary including first African American female judge

Governor Larry Hogan yesterday announced the appointments of Pamela Knoop Alban, Elizabeth Sheree Morris, and Robert Jeffrey Thompson to fill three vacancies on the Anne Arundel County Circuit Court. The seats became vacant following the recent retirements of Judge Paul F. Harris, Jr., Judge Paul Goetzke, and Judge Michele Jaklitsch. The governor made the appointments […]

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Crosby awards $5000 scholarship to Broadneck Senior

Crosby awards $5000 scholarship to Broadneck Senior

Broadneck High School Senior Maia Brown has received a $5,000 Crosby Marketing & Media Studies Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded annually to a high school senior who displays the attributes and academic rigor necessary to excel in the fields of marketing or media. This is the third year Crosby has awarded the scholarship. The award […]

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Summit School’s Annual Golf Tournament set for October 15th

Summit School’s Annual Golf Tournament set for October 15th

The Summit School, located in Edgewater, MD will host their Annual Golf Tournament on Monday, October 15, 2018 at The Golf Club of South River. The Summit School is pleased to announce this year’s tournament Presenting Sponsor is Grace Ryan Real Estate of Annapolis. The tournament will be a four-person scramble format. Registration begins at […]

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CRIME

Severn man gets life sentence for Annapolis murder

Severn man gets life sentence for Annapolis murder

Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney Wes Adams recently announced that Jaymarri Rodney Boykin, 21, of Severn, was sentenced by Anne Arundel County Circuit Court Judge Stacy W. McCormack to life in prison for the first degree murder of Shaun Crowdy. “This heinous murder was committed in the middle of a public space in broad daylight,” […]

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Brief chase lands Annapolis man in jail without bond on various drug charges

Brief chase lands Annapolis man in jail without bond on various drug charges

On September 19, 2018 at approximately 945am Maryland State Police Trooper Ford was conducting speed enforcement in the area of eastbound Rt. 50 at Rutland Road. Trooper Ford observed a gold Honda Odyssey traveling 82 mph in a 65 mph speed zone. Trooper Ford activated his emergency equipment to initiate a traffic stop; however, the […]

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Annapolis man arrested on assault charges after stand off with police

Annapolis man arrested on assault charges after stand off with police

On September 19, 2018 at approximately 8:00 p.m., Anne Arundel County Police officers responded to the 400 block of Master Derby Court in Annapolis for a report of an assault where the suspect was armed. The two victims of the assault were not injured. When officers arrived at the scene officers determined the adult male […]

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Office of Crime and Control Prevention offers safety tips for avoiding domestic violence in college

Office of Crime and Control Prevention offers safety tips for avoiding domestic violence in college

Back at college? In addition to Ramen noodles, towels, and textbooks, the Governor’s Office of Crime and Control and Prevention wants college students to be prepared with something else: information on how to spot dating abuse or violence and what to look for in a healthy relationship. “The line between love and abuse can sometimes […]

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EVENTS

Summit School’s Annual Golf Tournament set for October 15th

Summit School’s Annual Golf Tournament set for October 15th

The Summit School, located in Edgewater, MD will host their Annual Golf Tournament on Monday, October 15, 2018 at The Golf Club of South River. The Summit School is pleased to announce this year’s tournament Presenting Sponsor is Grace Ryan Real Estate of Annapolis. The tournament will be a four-person scramble format. Registration begins at […]

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Registration open for 5th Annual Lifeline 100

Registration open for 5th Annual Lifeline 100

Get some exercise and help out a good cause by joining Anne Arundel County Executive, Steve Schuh, Anne Arundel Department of Recreation & Parks, Anne Arundel County Police and Bicycle Advocates for Annapolis and Anne Arundel County (BikeAAA) on October 7, 2018 for the fifth annual Lifeline 100 Century Ride. What began as a way to showcase […]

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It’s Here!  35th Annual Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival opens tomorrow

It’s Here! 35th Annual Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival opens tomorrow

Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival is the largest in the area.   A fall family tradition for 35 years,  Homestead’s “FallFest” is a celebration of everything that is autumn from the changing foliage, falling leaves and spiced cider to mums, homemade donuts and pumpkin patches.  FallFest features a wide array of attractions, demos and entertainment for kids […]

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AACPL to host free medical marijuana program

AACPL to host free medical marijuana program

The Maryland City at Russett Library is hosting a presentation by the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC) to address the growing impact of the legalization of medical cannabis in the county. Joy Strand, executive director of the MMCC, will speak on the the history and current state of the medical cannabis industry in Maryland.   […]

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AREA BUSINESSES

Crosby awards $5000 scholarship to Broadneck Senior

Crosby awards $5000 scholarship to Broadneck Senior

Broadneck High School Senior Maia Brown has received a $5,000 Crosby Marketing & Media Studies Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded annually to a high school senior who displays the attributes and academic rigor necessary to excel in the fields of marketing or media. This is the third year Crosby has awarded the scholarship. The award […]

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Bike Lane: readers and listeners react; Mayor goes on morning radio to drum up support

Bike Lane: readers and listeners react; Mayor goes on morning radio to drum up support

The Annapolis bike lane has been a topic of discussion for the past two weeks.  In an article by Danielle Ohl this morning in The Capital, the Mayor’s Chief of Staff advised that the success or failure of the bike path will be measured in the court of public opinion rather than in any sort […]

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It’s Here!  35th Annual Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival opens tomorrow

It’s Here! 35th Annual Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival opens tomorrow

Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival is the largest in the area.   A fall family tradition for 35 years,  Homestead’s “FallFest” is a celebration of everything that is autumn from the changing foliage, falling leaves and spiced cider to mums, homemade donuts and pumpkin patches.  FallFest features a wide array of attractions, demos and entertainment for kids […]

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Richard Karn of Home Improvement and Family Feud to make appearance in Annapolis

Richard Karn of Home Improvement and Family Feud to make appearance in Annapolis

Richard Karn–you know, lovable Al from the hit television series Home Improvement. You may also know him as the former host of Family Feud.  Well, he’s coming to Annapolis on September 29th and 30th. We talked to Richard on the phone and found out what he’s up to; and he is a busy guy. His […]

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PODCAST

Richard Karn of Home Improvement and Family Feud to make appearance in Annapolis

Richard Karn of Home Improvement and Family Feud to make appearance in Annapolis

Richard Karn–you know, lovable Al from the hit television series Home Improvement. You may also know him as the former host of Family Feud.  Well, he’s coming to Annapolis on September 29th and 30th. We talked to Richard on the phone and found out what he’s up to; and he is a busy guy. His […]

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Daily News Brief | September 21, 2018

Daily News Brief | September 21, 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… Three dead in Rite Aid shooting in Harford County. Speaker Busch has heart bypass surgery, barricade in Anne Arundel, wrong house for Prince Georges Police raid. BWI is […]

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Daily News Brief | September 20, 2018

Daily News Brief | September 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… Governor Hogan is outpacing challenger Ben Jealous in the race for the Governor’s Mansion. The Annapolis Finance Committee is recommending a donation to the Capital-Gazette Families Fund instead […]

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Daily News Brief | September 19, 2018

Daily News Brief | September 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… Some inconsistencies are beginning to emerge from City Hall on the controversial bike lane. A NRP police officer tried to stop a car that ran a red light […]

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COLUMNS & OPINIONS

OPINION: Bike lane needs to be re-thought

OPINION: Bike lane needs to be re-thought

I wanted to take a second to send you my thoughts as a Resident of Ward 1, for what their worth, on the debate and discussions surrounding the Main Street bike lane issue. As brief background, I have lived in ward one going on four years now and while I am not originally from Annapolis […]

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OPINION: Small businesses and workers benefitting from tax cuts

OPINION: Small businesses and workers benefitting from tax cuts

President Donald J. Trump had taxpayers and small business owners in mind when he signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act into law December 22, 2017. The new law cut corporate tax rates from 35% to 21% for 2018 and lowered income tax at nearly all levels. Tax cuts for working families allow them to […]

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Guest Column: Clerk of the Court a component in battling domestic abuse

Guest Column: Clerk of the Court a component in battling domestic abuse

Fear too often steals from our lives. At the Clerk of the Court for Anne Arundel County, we became aware that too often victims of domestic violence, fearing stalking and additional violence, will not purchase a home because their address will become public record exposing their home address to their abusers. I am proud of […]

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GUEST COLUMN : Bikes: A Proxy For Change

GUEST COLUMN : Bikes: A Proxy For Change

All the brouhaha around the Main Street bike lane has a very strong cultural component that is bubbling just below the surface of the discussion about the project. Sure there are issues of cost and process which are certainly understandable, but most of the visceral dislike revolves around the cultural perceptions of people riding bikes. These […]

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Lifeline 100 raises $1600 for Capital Gazette Families

Lifeline 100 raises $1600 for Capital Gazette Families

| September 22, 2018

The fifth annual Anne Arundel County  Lifeline 100 Bicycle Event on October 7 at Kinder Farm Park provides rides for every age and ability from a free Bike Rodeo for kids. On August 1 we announced during the month of August half of all proceeds will go to the Capital Gazette Families Fund and the […]

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Hogan fills three vacancies in Anne Arundel judiciary including first African American female judge

Hogan fills three vacancies in Anne Arundel judiciary including first African American female judge

| September 22, 2018

Governor Larry Hogan yesterday announced the appointments of Pamela Knoop Alban, Elizabeth Sheree Morris, and Robert Jeffrey Thompson to fill three vacancies on the Anne Arundel County Circuit Court. The seats became vacant following the recent retirements of Judge Paul F. Harris, Jr., Judge Paul Goetzke, and Judge Michele Jaklitsch. The governor made the appointments […]

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Crosby awards $5000 scholarship to Broadneck Senior

Crosby awards $5000 scholarship to Broadneck Senior

| September 22, 2018

Broadneck High School Senior Maia Brown has received a $5,000 Crosby Marketing & Media Studies Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded annually to a high school senior who displays the attributes and academic rigor necessary to excel in the fields of marketing or media. This is the third year Crosby has awarded the scholarship. The award […]

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OPINION: Bike lane needs to be re-thought

OPINION: Bike lane needs to be re-thought

| September 22, 2018

I wanted to take a second to send you my thoughts as a Resident of Ward 1, for what their worth, on the debate and discussions surrounding the Main Street bike lane issue. As brief background, I have lived in ward one going on four years now and while I am not originally from Annapolis […]

Continue Reading

Summit School’s Annual Golf Tournament set for October 15th

Summit School’s Annual Golf Tournament set for October 15th

| September 21, 2018

The Summit School, located in Edgewater, MD will host their Annual Golf Tournament on Monday, October 15, 2018 at The Golf Club of South River. The Summit School is pleased to announce this year’s tournament Presenting Sponsor is Grace Ryan Real Estate of Annapolis. The tournament will be a four-person scramble format. Registration begins at […]

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Severn man gets life sentence for Annapolis murder

Severn man gets life sentence for Annapolis murder

| September 21, 2018

Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney Wes Adams recently announced that Jaymarri Rodney Boykin, 21, of Severn, was sentenced by Anne Arundel County Circuit Court Judge Stacy W. McCormack to life in prison for the first degree murder of Shaun Crowdy. “This heinous murder was committed in the middle of a public space in broad daylight,” […]

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Registration open for 5th Annual Lifeline 100

Registration open for 5th Annual Lifeline 100

| September 21, 2018

Get some exercise and help out a good cause by joining Anne Arundel County Executive, Steve Schuh, Anne Arundel Department of Recreation & Parks, Anne Arundel County Police and Bicycle Advocates for Annapolis and Anne Arundel County (BikeAAA) on October 7, 2018 for the fifth annual Lifeline 100 Century Ride. What began as a way to showcase […]

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Navy Faces Tough Test Against SMU

Navy Faces Tough Test Against SMU

| September 21, 2018

Navy and SMU will meet for the 20th time in school history and for the fourth time as American Athletic Conference divisional rivals when they square off on Saturday afternoon at Ford Stadium in Dallas. Kickoff is set for 12:00 pm (ET), 11:00 am in Dallas. Last week, Navy’s offense rolled to a 51-21 win […]

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Bike Lane: readers and listeners react; Mayor goes on morning radio to drum up support

Bike Lane: readers and listeners react; Mayor goes on morning radio to drum up support

| September 21, 2018

The Annapolis bike lane has been a topic of discussion for the past two weeks.  In an article by Danielle Ohl this morning in The Capital, the Mayor’s Chief of Staff advised that the success or failure of the bike path will be measured in the court of public opinion rather than in any sort […]

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It’s Here!  35th Annual Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival opens tomorrow

It’s Here! 35th Annual Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival opens tomorrow

| September 21, 2018

Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival is the largest in the area.   A fall family tradition for 35 years,  Homestead’s “FallFest” is a celebration of everything that is autumn from the changing foliage, falling leaves and spiced cider to mums, homemade donuts and pumpkin patches.  FallFest features a wide array of attractions, demos and entertainment for kids […]

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AACPL to host free medical marijuana program

AACPL to host free medical marijuana program

| September 21, 2018

The Maryland City at Russett Library is hosting a presentation by the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC) to address the growing impact of the legalization of medical cannabis in the county. Joy Strand, executive director of the MMCC, will speak on the the history and current state of the medical cannabis industry in Maryland.   […]

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Richard Karn of Home Improvement and Family Feud to make appearance in Annapolis

Richard Karn of Home Improvement and Family Feud to make appearance in Annapolis

| September 21, 2018

Richard Karn–you know, lovable Al from the hit television series Home Improvement. You may also know him as the former host of Family Feud.  Well, he’s coming to Annapolis on September 29th and 30th. We talked to Richard on the phone and found out what he’s up to; and he is a busy guy. His […]

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Daily News Brief | September 21, 2018

Daily News Brief | September 21, 2018

| September 21, 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… Three dead in Rite Aid shooting in Harford County. Speaker Busch has heart bypass surgery, barricade in Anne Arundel, wrong house for Prince Georges Police raid. BWI is […]

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Medal of Honor recipients hold convention in Annapolis

Medal of Honor recipients hold convention in Annapolis

| September 20, 2018

Nearly 40 of the 72 living recipients the Congressional Medal of Honor recently gathered in the Capitol Ballroom of the Westin Annapolis to kick off the Congressional Medal of Honor Society Convention. Hundreds of active and retired members of the military, Naval Academy Midshipmen, and civilians from around the U.S., lined up to meet recipients […]

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Green Drinks at Flamant: How to create sustainable events

Green Drinks at Flamant: How to create sustainable events

| September 20, 2018

Green Drinks Annapolis this month will focus on what it takes to make a special event sustainable. The environmental networking mixer will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 26, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Flamant, a new local restaurant in West Annapolis. Flamant will sponsor Annapolis Green’s recycling effort at the West Annapolis Oktoberfest on […]

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Main Street businesses meet to discuss next steps on bike lane

Main Street businesses meet to discuss next steps on bike lane

| September 20, 2018

About a dozen merchants from downtown Annapolis met at Eyes On Main for a meeting this morning to discuss the recent addition to Main Street–the bike track, the expanded sidewalks, and just this morning… 40 cafe tables. To put it bluntly, they are pissed off and want the City Council to do something about it. […]

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Franchot returns $385K in “lost” funds to Marylanders at the State Fair

Franchot returns $385K in “lost” funds to Marylanders at the State Fair

| September 20, 2018

Comptroller Peter Franchot today announced that 331 people discovered more than $385,000 in unclaimed funds at his agency’s booth at this year’s Maryland State Fair. One attendee learned about an unexpected windfall of $28,919. Throughout the summer, Comptroller Franchot’s staff have had a presence at county fairs and the State Fair as part of an […]

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Brief chase lands Annapolis man in jail without bond on various drug charges

Brief chase lands Annapolis man in jail without bond on various drug charges

| September 20, 2018

On September 19, 2018 at approximately 945am Maryland State Police Trooper Ford was conducting speed enforcement in the area of eastbound Rt. 50 at Rutland Road. Trooper Ford observed a gold Honda Odyssey traveling 82 mph in a 65 mph speed zone. Trooper Ford activated his emergency equipment to initiate a traffic stop; however, the […]

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Going strong for 40 years, Ballet Theater of Maryland announces 2018-19 season

Going strong for 40 years, Ballet Theater of Maryland announces 2018-19 season

| September 20, 2018

Ballet Theatre of Maryland’s Artistic Director Dianna Cuatto is pleased to announce programming for the 2018-2019 season at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts. This year marks the company’s 40th anniversary, an occasion that will be celebrated with world premieres, the return of a holiday classic, and a spring Grande Opening Celebration for friends, family, […]

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Annapolis man arrested on assault charges after stand off with police

Annapolis man arrested on assault charges after stand off with police

| September 20, 2018

On September 19, 2018 at approximately 8:00 p.m., Anne Arundel County Police officers responded to the 400 block of Master Derby Court in Annapolis for a report of an assault where the suspect was armed. The two victims of the assault were not injured. When officers arrived at the scene officers determined the adult male […]

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From America’s Got Talent to Annapolis. Catapult to perform at Maryland Hall in September

From America’s Got Talent to Annapolis. Catapult to perform at Maryland Hall in September

| September 20, 2018

Save the date to see America’s Got Talent finalist and worldwide hit, “Catapult:  The Amazing Magic of Shadow Dance.” The television success will be performing at Maryland Hall, on Sunday, September 30 at 4 p.m. Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and Mel B. all voted “YES,” sending the group to the Vegas Round on “America’s Got […]

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One night only, September 29th. Rodgers & Hammerstein’s A Grand Night for Singing

One night only, September 29th. Rodgers & Hammerstein’s A Grand Night for Singing

| September 20, 2018

Everyone knows at least one song by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. Their careers gave the world some of the best musicals ever written, including “The Sound of Music,” “Oklahoma!”, “South Pacific,” and “The King and I.” For true fans who love the music, it’s rare to find these shows going at the same […]

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Daily News Brief | September 20, 2018

Daily News Brief | September 20, 2018

| September 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… Governor Hogan is outpacing challenger Ben Jealous in the race for the Governor’s Mansion. The Annapolis Finance Committee is recommending a donation to the Capital-Gazette Families Fund instead […]

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Chesapeake Women’s Conference to be held in Annapolis on September 26th

Chesapeake Women’s Conference to be held in Annapolis on September 26th

| September 19, 2018

Divorce. Death of a loved one. Job loss. Bankruptcy. While these tragic life events can create turmoil and hardship for anyone, they can be especially devastating for women who are suddenly forced to face these challenges alone. On Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018 at the historic Charles Carroll House in downtown Annapolis, 10 strong, courageous women will […]

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Hogan administration awards $57M in grants for local road improvements

Hogan administration awards $57M in grants for local road improvements

| September 19, 2018

The Hogan administration today announced it has awarded $57.9 million in grants to improve local roads across the state. The grants were distributed to all 23 counties, Baltimore City, and other municipalities based on the formula for the distribution of Highway User Revenues (HURs). The funding represents a nearly $20 million increase over fiscal year […]

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Grotto Pizza has your NFL game day covered

Grotto Pizza has your NFL game day covered

| September 19, 2018

Grotto Pizza is ready for the gridiron with its 2018-2019 NFL season specials. Come on in and watch the Sunday games in the bar area, while ordering off the Game Day Menu, featuring: Junior Pizza: A personal cheese pizza for $6.00. Loaded Nachos: Tortilla chips loaded with cheese, lettuce, tomato, black olives, red onion, jalapeño […]

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All Maryland  State employees to receive unexpected .5% raise and $500 bonus

All Maryland State employees to receive unexpected .5% raise and $500 bonus

| September 19, 2018

A letter distributed to all Maryland state employees yesterday announced a .5% across the board increase in salary as well as a one time $500 bonus in April 2019. This is in addition to the already scheduled 2% cost of living increase in January. The administration said their fiscal management and the surplus announced by […]

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Twist & Stout — Next week! Do you have your tickets?

Twist & Stout — Next week! Do you have your tickets?

| September 19, 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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Homestead Gardens’ Fall Festival starts this weekend

Homestead Gardens’ Fall Festival starts this weekend

| September 19, 2018

Homestead Gardens Annual Fall Festival starts this weekend and continues every weekend through and including Sunday, Oct 29 at the Davidsonville location..  The largest fall festival in the area, Homestead’s team has been feverishly working on the 30 acres surrounding the showroom, transforming it into a fall wonderland. Set in nature’s  autumn backdrop of color, […]

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Office of Crime and Control Prevention offers safety tips for avoiding domestic violence in college

Office of Crime and Control Prevention offers safety tips for avoiding domestic violence in college

| September 19, 2018

Back at college? In addition to Ramen noodles, towels, and textbooks, the Governor’s Office of Crime and Control and Prevention wants college students to be prepared with something else: information on how to spot dating abuse or violence and what to look for in a healthy relationship. “The line between love and abuse can sometimes […]

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K-9 sniffs out 429 grams of cocaine in Glen Burnie traffic stop

K-9 sniffs out 429 grams of cocaine in Glen Burnie traffic stop

| September 19, 2018

On September 17, 2018 at approximately 11:30 p.m., Northern District Tactical Patrol Unit detectives were conducting surveillance in the area of B&A Boulevard and Ferndale Road.  They observed a GMC truck meet another subject, and conduct a hand-to-hand drug transaction. Detectives followed the truck and initiated a traffic stop on I-97 north just prior to I-695. A […]

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Daily News Brief | September 19, 2018

Daily News Brief | September 19, 2018

| September 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… Some inconsistencies are beginning to emerge from City Hall on the controversial bike lane. A NRP police officer tried to stop a car that ran a red light […]

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Celebrate 10 years of clean water on September 23rd

Celebrate 10 years of clean water on September 23rd

| September 18, 2018

Local residents have a vested stake in the health of their communities. This is why Anne Arundel County Watershed Stewards Academy (WSA) has spent the last decade training local residents to prevent pollution in local streams, rivers, and the Chesapeake Bay. Over the next year, WSA will host 10 events to celebrate their history, volunteers, […]

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The Verve Pipe and David Bromberg to headline at Rams Head On Stage

The Verve Pipe and David Bromberg to headline at Rams Head On Stage

| September 18, 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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Monarch Global Academy’s Heather Carhaghan named finalist for Teacher of the Year

Monarch Global Academy’s Heather Carhaghan named finalist for Teacher of the Year

| September 18, 2018

Monarch Global Academy Public Contract School teacher Heather Carnaghan has been named a finalist for the 2018-19 Maryland Teacher of the Year by the Maryland State Department of Education. Carnaghan is one of seven finalists for the award. The others are: LaQuisha Hall, Baltimore City; Tina Thomen, Carroll County; Staci Lamb, Cecil County; Dr. Richard […]

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Windsor Mill man arrested on attempted murder charges after Severn shooting

Windsor Mill man arrested on attempted murder charges after Severn shooting

| September 18, 2018

On September 17, 2018 at approximately 11:15 PM, patrol and K9 officers responded for a shooting that just occurred in the 8200 block of Durness Court in Severn. Responding officers discovered an adult male suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim sustained non-life threatening injuries; he was treated and released from a local hospital. Officers […]

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