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Know Your Roads: Green Means Co.

Green signs indicate roads that the Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works (DPW) has the authority to maintain. more

Sheriff Starts Safe Surrender Program

The initiative is expected to make warrant service safer and improve transparency through public access to information. more

Library Marks Black History Month With Series Of Virtual Programs

Registration is required for each program and begins two weeks before the event. All programs will be held on Zoom. more

Donate In Memory Of Wendi Winters And Support Children Fighting Cancer

The coronavirus pandemic is unprecedented, but the need for blood remains. more

EHVFC Plans Bull And Oyster Roast

On March 13 from 1:00pm to 8:00pm, the fire department will have a drive-thru bull and oyster roast. more

County Executive Pittman Loosens Capacity Limit Restrictions as COVID Case Rate Declines

Under the new order, establishments that were previously limited to 25 percent may now open at 50 percent of maximum capacity. more

Puppy And Kitty, It’s Cold Outside!

If the temperatures feel too cold for you, it is probably too cold for your pet unless they are an arctic breed. more

County Executive Pittman Extends COVID Restrictions

Executive Order 41 permits outdoor “garden dome” seating for restaurants, allows limited sports practices, and more. more

My Stroke Recovery Story

A Pasadena man recounts his personal recovery journey. more

Pittman Announces Budget Town Halls

The District 3 town hall is set for February 4 at 6:00pm. more

Six Ways To Protect Your Mail And Packages

A few simple steps can help make sure the packages you send and receive this holiday season end up in the right hands. more

Former Chief Of Staff Rejoins Anne Arundel County As Police Chief

Steuart Pittman chose Hyattsville Police Chief Amal Awad to take over the Anne Arundel County Police Department. more

MSP Polar Bear Plunge Goes Virtual For Its 25th Year

SOMD is encouraging all plungers to send in their virtual plunge videos for a two-month-long competition. more

Anne Arundel County Enacts New COVID-19 Restrictions

These actions will be effective from December 16 through January 13. more

Is A Reverse Mortgage Loan Right For Me?

A reverse mortgage is a loan for people at least 62 years old that converts equity into cash for many uses. more

Does Your Estate Plan Consider Long-Term Care Costs?

Creating an estate plan or a will is not the same as long-term care or Medicaid planning. more

Anne Arundel County DPW To Residents: Don’t Let FOG Clog Our Holiday Flow

No matter how you plan to celebrate the holiday season, let’s work together to protect our county’s pipes. more

Pittman Announces COVID-19 Restrictions

Executive Order 37 limits social gatherings, youth athletics and indoor dining capacity. more

Lights On The Bay Brings Bright Displays To Annapolis

The event features a two-mile scenic drive along the Chesapeake Bay with approximately 70 animated and stationary displays illuminating the roadway. more

Earleigh Heights Volunteers Host Electric Vehicle Fire Training Workshop

Industry expert Robert Swaim presented the unique challenges associated with fighting fires in electric vehicles. more
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