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COVID Pandemic Forces Pittman To Forgo Luxury With FY2021 Budget

The $1.7 billion FY2021 budget comes at a time for fiscal restraint. Health and human services was one area that will get a funding boost. more

William Lowry Named Interim Police Chief

Lowry has 47 years of public safety experience. He first served in the Anne Arundel County Police Department as assistant chief to Kevin Davis in 2013. more

Online, Telephone Reporting Available

The Anne Arundel County Police Department is taking certain police reports for relatively minor and non-violent crimes by telephone. more

School System Expands Meals Program

Children who go to any of the 31 school sites from noon to 12:30pm Monday through Friday or the 21 additional mobile meals will receive a nutritious breakfast, lunch and dinner. more

A Message From The Anne Arundel County Food Bank

The Anne Arundel County Food Bank supports the local community and needs immediate help in terms of volunteer time and in-kind food donations. more

School System Adds Nine Locations To Meals Program

Changes in guidance at the state level have provided Anne Arundel County Public Schools with the opportunity to expand the meals program in place during the school shutdown, and AACPS’ Division … more

FY2020 Budget Sets “A New Normal”

County Council Approves Plan Raising Taxes While Adding Teachers And Public Safety Personnel more

Steuart Pittman Announces Additional Phase One Actions for Retail Businesses

Barber shops, beauty salons and other “non-essential” retail businesses will open on June 1. more

Restaurants Allowed To Open For Outdoor Seating; Retail Business Opening Moved Up To May 29

Pittman will sign two executive orders to put these new policies in place. more

Police Department Wins International Award

The CIT is part of the larger Crisis Intervention Team International, a nonprofit organization that trains police officers and mental health officials. more

Altomare Leaves Big Void As Anne Arundel Police Chief

Altomare retired on August 1, 2020, citing opposition to movements to "remove the teeth" from police. more

What Will Virtual Learning Look Like This Fall?

School officials are implementing a plan that includes more real-time learning and graded work, along with daily attendance. more

Maryland Historical Society To Discuss Women’s Suffrage

During the free virtual program, Historical Society staff members will discuss discovering the forgotten women who fought for women’s suffrage. more

Visa Cards Given To County Residents Through Relief Fund

Sixty-six Anne Arundel County residents received $500 Visa cash cards to help cover household expenses. more

Forest Conservation Bill To Be Introduced

On October 7, the Anne Arundel County Council will open the public hearing for Bill 68-19. more
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