April 16, 2024
Annapolis, US 70 F

GUEST COLUMN: Is The ENOUGH Act Enough?

The ENOUGH Act marks a significant leap forward in Maryland’s fight against poverty, addressing systemic issues such as education, employment, and essential services. The legislation aims not only to alleviate […]

LETTER: Hospice Recognizes Value of Volunteers

 Did you know hospice care is provided by an interdisciplinary team of professionals that often includes one extraordinarily well-trained individual — a volunteer?  Combined with the highly skilled professionals, the […]

Student Kudos: Helping Up & Onwards

Two high school students meet inside their local Safeway. One has a fun, colorful, decorated bin with a few canned goods and stationery supplies. The other comes with nothing but […]

OPINION: For Local Leadership, Integrity Matters

In ordinary times, personal integrity and honesty are rarely issues in local elections. But these are not ordinary times, and in the race for Anne Arundel County Executive, Republican Nominee […]

OPINION: It’s Time for a Real Tax Cut

It’s time for a real tax cut. People are struggling with gas prices that have doubled in two months. Inflation, which reduces the purchasing power of your paycheck, is at […]

LETTER: Hospice CEO Praises Volunteers

In March 2020, Hospice of the Chesapeake had to make one of the hardest decisions we have had to make in over 40 years. We had to unhappily tell our volunteers […]

OPINION: Shall = May

On January 7th, 2022 the Anne Arundel County Council rejected the extension of Bill 6-22 and Bill 7-22. Due to the high volume of constituents (100+) testifying that day, this […]

OPINION: Let’s Not Have a Panic-Demic

Listening to the media about Covid, you would think it was 2020. Predictably, some have returned to useless, failed, or harmful 2020 “remedies.” Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman reinstated […]