Cox Creek Open House Planned For October 16

The Department of Transportation Maryland Port Administration is hosting an open house at the Cox Creek Dredged Material Containment Facility.
Daughters Of The Revolution Honored
Delegate Nic Kipke presented a citation to the Fort Severn chapter of Daughters of the Revolution.
Sailboat Show Comes To City Dock
Sailors will gather on miles of docks in downtown Annapolis from October 14-18.
Anne Arundel County Food Bank Receives Donated Food On Hunger Action Day
The need for food donations in Anne Arundel County remains high.
Meade Holds 9/11 Flag Of Honor Memorial
The event featured guest speakers, a segment honoring those who lost their lives, and more.
Why Plant Natives?
Native plant expert Alison Milligan discusses the benefit of using more native plants - trees, shrubs and perennials.
Rise Above Animal Sanctuary And Rescue Expands
What started as a single foster family has expanded into around 50 willing foster homes.

Anne Arundel County Celebrates National Preparedness Month

National Preparedness Month is an annual opportunity to raise awareness about being prepared for disasters and emergencies.

Anne Arundel County Literacy Council To Hold Fundraiser Book Fair October 16

The book fair will take place outside Discoveries: the Library in Annapolis Mall.

Police Initiate Wrestling Program, Life Skills Training Targeting At-Risk Youth

Free program called Police And Community Together (PACT) to serve middle-school aged boys and girls.

Lifeline 100 Event Registration To Support County Food Bank

Lifeline 100 will take cyclists through 100- and 65-mile scenic routes with views of the Severn River, Chesapeake Bay, historic Annapolis and more.