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Online Resources For Students And Parents During Coronavirus Shutdown

From reading and memorizing the times tables to working on a long-shelved art project, students are staying busy. more

School System Adds Nine Locations To Meals Program

Changes in guidance at the state level have provided Anne Arundel County Public Schools with the opportunity to expand the meals program in place during the school shutdown, and AACPS’ Division … more

A Message From The Anne Arundel County Food Bank

The Anne Arundel County Food Bank supports the local community and needs immediate help in terms of volunteer time and in-kind food donations. more

Governor Hogan Orders Closure Of Bars And Restaurants

Hogan ordered the closure of bars and restaurants, and expanded the prohibition on gatherings to those of more than 50 people. more

School System Expands Meals Program

Children who go to any of the 31 school sites from noon to 12:30pm Monday through Friday or the 21 additional mobile meals will receive a nutritious breakfast, lunch and dinner. more

Businesses Offer Extra Services During COVID-19 Outbreak

To help customers during the coronavirus outbreak, local businesses are offering more convenience and special deals. more

Online, Telephone Reporting Available

The Anne Arundel County Police Department is taking certain police reports for relatively minor and non-violent crimes by telephone. more

Local Event Cancellations And Business Closings

Check back for updates on these events that have been postponed or canceled. more

Scouts To Collect Food For The Hungry In Central Maryland

Residents are asked to fill bags with nonperishable food items and leave them outside their doors on Saturday, March 28, for the Scouts to collect. more

Library Officials Announce Temporary Site For Riviera Beach Branch

The new 20,000-square-foot library, to be constructed on the same site as the current facility, provides almost twice the amount of space. more

Senators Provide Update On Testing Capacity, Federal Resources For Coronavirus

Private labs may take two days or even two weeks before they are ready to perform doctor-ordered testing. more

Buses To Get Stop Sign Cameras

According to the Anne Arundel County Police Department, there were 88 cases where drivers failed to stop in 2019 and 13 cases where drivers failed to remain stopped. more


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Health Concerns Dominate Cell Tower Meeting

Milestone Communications plans to build a 135-foot monopole on the Chesapeake High School campus later this year. more

Pasadena Church Takes Charge In Human Trafficking Awareness

Two years ago, Paula Gentile attended a Catholic Relief Services talk at Our Lady of the Chesapeake Catholic Church (OLC) on the topic of human trafficking. more

Remember When? Guess This Pasadena Landmark

Take a look around Pasadena and you might not notice any monumental changes, but longtime residents may remember a different way of life. more

Northeast PTSA President Is Dedicated To Student Experience

Every parent wants his or her child to have the best high school experience, but for Northeast High School Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) president Michele Williams, every student’s experience is a top priority. more

Bunnie Clark Warms Hearts And Laps With Handmade Afghans

More than three decades ago, Bunnie Clark’s sister-in-law shared an important parenting tip: crocheting is a great way to relax. more

Pasadena’s Best Love Stories

We’re excited to announce the two winners of this year’s Best Love Story contest: David Liddle and Geraldine Weisgerber. more

Martha Barr Turns 100

Longtime Pasadena resident Martha Barr (middle, bottom row) celebrated her 100th birthday on January 29 at her current home at Severna Park Center, a Genesis HealthCare facility. more
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