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Nathan Volke To Speak At Greater Pasadena Council Meeting May 16

Volke will discuss the proposed 2024 county budget and other issues of interest to the district. more

New Riviera Beach Library Expected To Open In September

The new 20,000 square-foot library will be double the size of the former facility. more

Mountain Road Library To Move To Lakeshore Plaza Location

The new facility is expected to open in late July. more

Animal Care & Control Waives Adoption Fees

Anne Arundel County Animal Care & Control (AACACC) in Millersville is waiving its adoption fees for all its available dogs, effective immediately. more

Boat Shows Return For Spring Season

The Annapolis Boat Shows has two upcoming spring shows: Bay Bridge Boat Show (April 14-16) and Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show (April 28-30). more

Advice From Earleigh Heights: Have Enough Smoke Detectors

Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company Chief Dave Crawford said the average house should have 10 or more smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. more

Racing For Cruisers On The Magothy

From the last Friday in May through the last Friday in September, Yacht Club of Cape St. Claire (YCCSC) organizes friendly Friday night races on the Magothy River. more

Earleigh Heights Recognizes Its Own

Several members received awards for their service. more

Sunflowers For Sallie

Rita Williams-Ellingwood spent part of her holiday season providing meals to families in need, but the seeds of her volunteer support were sown long ago. more

Greater Pasadena Council Meeting To Feature Update On Road Projects, Priorities

The meeting will also include reports on highway safety and beautification, water quality, the county budget hearing, and more. more

Annapolis Town Center Opens Ice-Skating Rink

The area includes a recreational outdoor skating rink, skate rentals, free parking, festive music, and lighting. more

Nonprofit Provides Lights To Ukraine

Orphan Grain Train is involved in a drive to provide "Luci Lights" for the people of Ukraine who are living without electricity. more
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