Students Brave The Chilly Bay For Special Olympics

This January, Anne Arundel County students will join an estimated 4,500 of their peers from across the state to take a plunge into the chilly Chesapeake Bay.
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Breaking Down Maryland’s 2020 Session
Maryland is set to debate important issues with longstanding implications. Education reform, sports betting, e-cigarettes and …
Maryland Could Soon Make Radical Changes To Education
The funding formula for Maryland public schools hasn’t been changed since the Bridge to Excellence in Public Schools Act was passed …

North County Loses Longtime Sunset Restaurant Owner “Otts Fratt”

Arthur Fratantuono, most widely known as “Otts Fratt,” the 83-year-old longtime resident of Northern Anne Arundel County and dedicated owner of Sunset Restaurant, passed away on January 8.

State Of The County

When County Executive Steuart Pittman held his State of the County address in December, he outlined several key initiatives. Here are some takeaways paired with comments from Pittman.

Breathtaking Landscape Puts Hampton Chase in Full Bloom

Just off Fort Smallwood Road, Hampton Chase is a tucked-away community of just 36 homes not far from Hines Pond and Patapsco River.

Chesapeake Adds Two Alumni To Wall Of Honor

Chesapeake High School’s newest Wall of Honor members work in much different sectors — security and law enforcement for Fred Bealefeld, and the sign industry for Paul Gable — but both embarked on their successful careers after starting from similar backgrounds.