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  • AACC Foundation And Arundel Federal Savings Bank To Host Golf TournamentExclusive

    Proceeds To Benefit AACC’s Entrepreneurial Studies Program And Scholarships

    The Anne Arundel Community College Foundation and Arundel Federal Savings Bank are teaming up for their 10th annual charity golf tournament on August 27. The successful and long-running tournament has raised more than $100,000 for AACC’s Entrepreneurial Studies Institute programs and scholarships since its beginning in 2005.

    The tournament will be held at Walden Country Club in Crofton, and it will begin with a 9:00am shotgun start. A rain date is set for September 4. Individuals can sign up for $150 and groups of four can gain entry for $600. Sponsorship opportunities also are available, ranging...

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  • Striking Twice: Lightning Girls Take First Again

    On Sunday, June 21, the 9U Lake Shore Lightning Girls basketball team wrapped up a dominant spring season by defeating second-place Davidsonville by a score of 23-5 at Southgate Elementary School to finish the county campaign with a perfect 10-0 record. It is the second first-place county finish...
  • 8U Green Lightning Go Undefeated In NCCGSL

    With so many budding young athletes participating in softball for the Green Hornets, the future success of Severna Park looks to be on solid footing. For the Green Hornets 8U Green Lightning, the future is now. The Green Lightning poured on the offense and exhibited solid defense to go 14-0 in...
  • Indian Creek Girls Lacrosse Honored At State House

    Being a champion has its perks, as the Indian Creek girls lacrosse team found out when they were honored at the State House on Friday, March 27, for winning the last two Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland C Conference championships. Rubbing elbows with local leaders and getting out...
  • Archbishop Spalding's Max Wagner brought the puck out of the defensive zone during the third period of the Cavaliers' 4-1 win over St. John's College High School on January 22.

    Spalding Ice Hockey Surges Past St. John’s, Eyes Title In MIAA

    A pair of third-period goals by senior Peter Costa allowed the Archbishop Spalding ice hockey team to break a scoreless tie with St. John’s College High School on January 22, and subsequent scores by Patrick Mangan and William Eden staved off a late rally and helped the Cavs hold on for a 4-1...

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  • Is America Prepared To Retire? Two-Thirds Of Us Have No Financial PlanExclusive

    Only 48 percent of Americans say they think they are saving enough. And 30 percent are not even slightly confident that they are saving enough for retirement. That finding comes from the 2015 Consumer Financial Literacy Survey conducted by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (the survey collected data from 2,017 U.S. adults).
    Only 40 percent of us keep a regular budget. If you are one of those two out of five Americans, you’re on the right track. While this percentage is on par with findings going back to 2007, the study also finds that only 29 percent of Americans save any part of their annual income for retirement.
    Relatively few seek the help of a financial...
  • Sinclair Prosser Law To Hold Estate Planning SeminarsExclusive

    Want to learn about estate planning? Call now to reserve your seat for a free seminar offered by Sinclair Prosser Law. Upcoming dates, times and locations include: Tuesday, March 3, from 10:00am to 11:30am at the Hilton Garden Inn Waldorf (10385 O’Donnell Place, Waldorf), continental...
  • For nearly 35 years, Dr. Jeffrey Cranska has treated his dentistry patients in a way that is minimally invasive and beneficial for long-term health.

    Dr. Cranska Uses Innovative Methods To Comfort Patients

    Many people are scared of the dentist, and for good reason. The sound of whining drills and torturous scalpels does not offer much appeal. But at Dr. Jeffrey Cranska’s Family and Laser Dentistry, there is no reason to be afraid. For nearly 40 years, the practitioner has used high-tech methods...
  • Sheehy Lexus Celebrates 25 Years

    Sheehy Lexus of Annapolis, located at 121 Ferguson Road along Route 50, will celebrate its 25th anniversary with the release of two new models. Recently, Greg Kitzens, Lexus eastern area general manager, Vince Sheehy, owner of the Annapolis store, and Paul LaRochelle, Annapolis general manager,...

School & YouthSchool

  • Anne Arundel County to Start New Internship ProgramExclusive

    Annapolis, MD (August 3, 2015) – County Executive Steve Schuh today announced that Anne Arundel County will begin accepting applications from graduate and undergraduate college students for a new fall internship program sponsored by the Office of the County Executive.

    “We want students who are passionate about government to get valuable experience,” said Schuh. “Our internship program will allow students to examine all facets of county government, and get a real sense of what is done on a day to day basis by our departments.”

    The unpaid, eight week program will involve providing exposure to eight different departments of interest to the intern, including...

Arts & EntertainmentArts & Entertainment

  • In “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” the action is always dynamic, particularly when it slows to a stop and allows the audience to swoon over its heroes’ dramatic poses.

    “Avengers: Age Of Ultron” Is Worthy Of Thor’s Hammer

    In 2012, “The Avengers” accomplished a long-held dream for millions of comic book and movie fans around the globe when it united four disparate film series into one colossal, multimedia spectacular. What the experience of seeing all of Marvel’s heroes battling extraterrestrial...
  • The musical “1776,” now playing at Toby’s Dinner Theatre, dramatizes the events leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence, depicting the historical event with wit, philosophy, emotion and even a little bit of humor.

    Toby’s “1776” Gives A Personal Look At History

    A musical based on the signing of the Declaration of Independence? Yes, that’s “1776,” the surprising Broadway hit of 1969, and the latest show to take the stage at Toby’s Dinner Theatre of Columbia. It’s not as if history is an unusual source material for the stage...
  • In “Woman In Gold,” Maria Altmann (Helen Mirren) fights the Austrian government with the help of her amateur lawyer, Randy (Ryan Reynolds), to reclaim her family’s portrait that Austria refuses to release.

    “Woman In Gold” Imitates A Masterpiece

    It should come as no surprise to anyone that Hollywood is in the business of creating franchises and repeating past successes as part of an established formula for low-risk success. When the independently produced and financed “Philomena” went on to become a genuine financial and...

Politics & OpinionPolitics & Opinion

  • Contentiousness, Then Compromise In Schuh’s First BudgetExclusive

    After a flurry of eleventh-hour alterations, the Anne Arundel County Council passed its $1.4 billion spending plan for Fiscal Year 2016. The budget includes funding for additional police officers and libraries while lowering the property tax rate and increasing the contribution to the school system...
  • A Look Back At Session

    There was a new perspective in Annapolis this session with Republican Larry Hogan as our new governor. I am one of 14 Republicans, out of 47 senators, in the Maryland General Assembly. It was encouraging to work on legislation knowing that there was bipartisan compromise happening in the hallways...
  • Investing In Public Safety

    Our county is on the verge of becoming the engine of Maryland’s economy. But to ensure we continue on our path to success, we need to secure a safe future for those who live, work and start a business here in our county. While out on the campaign trail last year, I promised we would...

Health & FitnessHealth & Fitness

  • Connect The Docs: Remember Your Doctors Work For YouExclusive

    For many of us, one of our fears about aging and illness is losing our power of choice over our quality of life. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
    As we grow older and we see multiple health providers, we can still take charge of how we will want to live when advanced illness happens. The key is to make sure all of your health providers know what matters most to you in your quality of life – in other words, your goals for living fully. Then, in the years ahead, they can all work with the same goals in mind – yours – in caring for you and communicating with one another about your health.
    How do you choose your goals? It’s about balance. As we grow older, our...
  • Drink Up On World Kidney Day, March 12Exclusive

    March 12 is World Kidney Day, and the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) is asking Americans to drink a glass of water to celebrate their kidneys. Consuming plenty of fluid helps the kidneys clear waste and toxins from the body. Studies have also shown that increasing fluid intake is one of the best...
  • AACMC Health Fair Set For March 28

    The Anne Arundel County Muslim Council will host its annual health fair on March 28 from 10:00am to 2:00pm at the Makkah Learning Center. This year’s event is open to the public, and several medical professionals will provide free services including blood glucose and cholesterol checks,...
  • AAMC Walk-in Clinic Opens in Annapolis Shoppers

    Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) has announced the opening of a new FastCare walk-in clinic inside the Shoppers Food and Pharmacy located at 2371 Solomon’s Island Road in Annapolis. Anne Arundel Medical Center plans to open additional retail-based clinics in area grocery stores over the...

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