Maryland’s Housing Market Continues Robust Sales Pace

Home sales in June reached 10,790, an increase of 24.2% over the previous year’s sales of 8,686.
Solley Cove Boat Ramp Provides Water Access For All County Residents
Offering access to Curtis Creek, the site includes a trailered boat ramp on one side and a kayak beach launch on the other side.
Blue Crab Numbers Down But Population Remains Healthy
The winter dredge survey found that the blue crab population decreased from 405 million in 2020 to 282 million in 2021.
Children’s Garden Dedication Brings Peace To The Stanleys And Other Families
The garden is dedicated in honor of Michael Stanley, who passed away in 2018.
Pasadena Occupational Therapist Named OT National Hero Of The Year 2021
Kellie Tysor provides personalized care in the Southwest Baltimore region for residents in long-term care and assisted living …
Anne Arundel County Food Bank Announces New CEO Position
The AACFB is restructuring the responsibilities of the organization’s leadership into two new roles, a chief executive officer and …
Plan 2040 Passes Along Party Lines, What’s Next?
A guiding document for the next 20 years of land use, Plan 2040 was passed after some controversial debate among the council.

I’m Invested In Anne Arundel County

Karen Henry explains how the Department of Public Works makes the community better.

Impact100 Greater Chesapeake Offers $81,000 Grant

Nonprofits can submit a proposal in one of five key focus areas – arts and culture, education, environment, family, and health and wellness.

Anne Arundel County Launches Our wAAter Program

Led by the Department of Public Works, the program is expected to reduce the costs of converting from private septic tanks to the county sewer system.

Pittman Proposes FY22 Budget

Pittman touted the budget as a plan that strengthens the county’s fiscal health, while investing in public safety, education and other key needs.