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Entertainment And Cuisine Collide At 48th Annual Maryland Seafood Festival

Seafood, arts, crafts, games, exhibits and music on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay will all add up to an end-of-summertime day of fun in the sun at this year’s Maryland Seafood Festival, which … more

Grace Baptist Church Honors Retiring Leadership And Welcomes New Additions

Doug Alberts, pastor of Grace Baptist Church of Sunset Beach, will retire on August 30. “It’s about time,” Alberts quipped. “I’m 80 years old! I came as an interim 13 … more

Newly Opened Spring Arbor Values Community Partnerships

After months of construction and outreach, Spring Arbor of Severna Park officially opened on June 30, and in the month since then, the senior home has welcomed new residents weekly, and the business … more

How To Protect Yourself And Create A Tick-Free Yard

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently announced that the number of Lyme disease incidents in northeastern states has increased 320 percent since 1993. The disease is expanding … more

2015 Nominations Being Accepted For Volunteer Project Hall of Fame Awards

Do you know an outstanding volunteer who deserves recognition? The organizers of the 11th annual Volunteer Project Hall of Fame Awards Luncheon are seeking nominations. The winners will be recognized … more

AACC Foundation And Arundel Federal Savings Bank To Host Golf Tournament

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 … more

Midas To Hold Blood Drive July 31

Call it a fluid exchange: Midas of Pasadena will hold a community blood drive on Friday, July 31, and all presenting donors will receive a coupon for a free oil change compliments of Midas! The … more

Ride Of A Lifetime: Flying With The Blue Angels Aboard Fat Albert Airlines

I hadn’t vomited in more than five years, and as I sat strapped to the cloth bench awaiting takeoff, holding my “motion sickness bag” in one hand and my camera in the other, I … more

In His FY2016 Budget, Schuh Lets Vision For The County Take Shape

On the campaign trail last year, then-candidate Steve Schuh recited at every opportunity his vision for county government: a property tax cut, smaller county high schools and more public safety … more

Daughters Of The American Revolution Celebrates History And Patriotism

There are more than 150 members of the Ann Arundel chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), ranging in age from 19 to 90, yet each person has a unique reason for joining the nonprofit. … more

Al’s Run Fundraiser Set For May 17

The fifth annual Al’s Run will take place on Sunday, May 17, from 8:30am to 10:30am, at the Kent Island Athletic Club. During its five-year existence, The Al Cantello Jr. Memorial Scholarship … more

Fun And Safety Go Hand In Hand At RISE For Autism Safety Fair

RISE for Autism clients and supporters can learn more about safety while enjoying the carnival atmosphere at the nonprofit’s Sensory Friendly Safety Fair, which will be held Sunday, April 19, … more

Central Committee Picks Michael Malone For District 33

If the Republican Central Committee gets its wish, Crofton lawyer Michael Malone will be the next legislator to represent District 33 in the House of Delegates. After a month-long search and a … more

How Anne Arundel’s Billion-Dollar Budget Stacks Up To Its Peers’

Should County Executive Steve Schuh succeed in his stated goal to include a 3 percent property tax cut in his upcoming budget, Anne Arundel’s rate would drop to the sixth lowest of any of … more

New Study Aims To Determine Future Of School Construction Projections

Teachers in outdated classrooms and students packed into overcrowded hallways across the county will soon discover whether their pleas for new facilities will be answered, thanks to a new study … more

Destroy Your Documents At RPS’ Shredding Party This Spring

Did you know that 59 million personal records were exposed in 43 security breaches in 2014? This spring, be sure to get rid of all those papers that contain private information. Mark your calendar - … more

Cathy Vitale Invested As Judge Of Circuit Court Of Anne Arundel County

Cathy Vitale, formerly delegate of District 33, was invested as a judge of the Circuit Court of Anne Arundel County on the evening of Monday, January 23. Local politicians and other community leaders … more

Schuh Reflects On First Months As County Executive

One week after County Executive Steve Schuh took the oath of office and set up shop on the fourth floor of the Arundel Center, he called an all-hands-on-deck meeting of his cabinet to lay out his … more

Mary Catherine Derin Begins Leadership Of Crofton Chamber

The Greater Crofton Chamber of Commerce (GCCC) is excited to welcome its new executive director, Mary Catherine “MC” Derin, who has assumed leadership following the retirement of … more

Warmhearted Polar Bear Prep For 19th-Annual Plunge

Brrrr! The waters of the Chesapeake will be cold on Saturday, January 24, but more than 10,000 plungers from across the state will take a dip into the bay to benefit Special Olympics Maryland at the … more
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