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Maryland Could Soon Make Radical Changes To Education

The funding formula for Maryland public schools hasn’t been changed since the Bridge to Excellence in Public Schools Act was passed in 2002, but the Kirwan Commission is poised to change that fact. more

What Will Happen To The Brumwell Property?

More than 200 people flocked to Kurtz’s Beach for a town hall meeting in September 2011 to share their concerns about the traffic a new development would bring with it, but the voices of angst grew silent in recent years with the flea market remaining untouched. more

Local Volunteer Wears Many Hats

Pasadena resident Shawn Ashworth has always been dedicated to helping others. more

North County Loses Longtime Sunset Restaurant Owner “Otts Fratt”

Arthur Fratantuono, most widely known as “Otts Fratt,” the 83-year-old longtime resident of Northern Anne Arundel County and dedicated owner of Sunset Restaurant, passed away on January 8. more

State Of The County

When County Executive Steuart Pittman held his State of the County address in December, he outlined several key initiatives. Here are some takeaways paired with comments from Pittman. more

Breathtaking Landscape Puts Hampton Chase in Full Bloom

Just off Fort Smallwood Road, Hampton Chase is a tucked-away community of just 36 homes not far from Hines Pond and Patapsco River. more

Abundant Life Church Donation Eliminates School Meal Debt For 2,500 Students

In an extraordinary show of support for students across Anne Arundel County, the members of Abundant Life Church in Glen Burnie have raised and donated funds to eliminate meal debt for more than 2,500 students. more

Chesapeake Adds Two Alumni To Wall Of Honor

Chesapeake High School’s newest Wall of Honor members work in much different sectors — security and law enforcement for Fred Bealefeld, and the sign industry for Paul Gable — but both embarked on their successful careers after starting from similar backgrounds. more

UM BWMC To Implement Visitor Restrictions Due To Influenza

Due to an increase in the numbers of influenza cases throughout Maryland and Anne Arundel County, the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center is implementing a hospital-wide visitor restriction policy for the safety of patients, visitors and staff. more

UM BWMC To Host Heartbeat For Health At Northeast High School

University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center is sponsoring Heartbeat for Health on Saturday, February 22, from 10:00am to 1:00pm at a new location – Northeast High School. more

Dr. King Memorial Breakfast Recognizes Those Who Carry On His Legacy

The 39th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Breakfast was held on Monday, January 20, at the Live! Hotel in Hanover. more

Community Says Goodbye To Nancy Brown

A swim teacher who devoted nearly 70 years of her life to the sport, Nancy Brown passed away on January 1 after an eight-year battle with cancer. She was 83. more

News From Caring Cupboard

Caring Cupboard has stayed busy throughout the holiday season. more

ACAN Celebrates The Holidays With Ravens, Families In Need

Asbury Church Assistance Network (ACAN) is having a busy holiday season helping families around Anne Arundel County. more

What A Deal: Pasadena Player Wins $50,000 On Scratch-Off

Heather Dorr bought the lucky scratch-off at Dash In on December 3. more

Pittman Schedules Budget Town Hall Meetings In January

Each meeting will feature opening remarks from Pittman and the councilmember representing the district, and will be followed by a brief presentation. more

Hospice Of The Chesapeake Notes

Learn about upcoming free support sessions and the need for volunteers. more

Geresbeck's Food Market Is All About Fresh Food And Friendly Service

When Geresbeck's Food Market took over the former Lauer’s Supermarket and Bakery location in Riviera Beach in mid-October, it felt like a homecoming for the Greeley family. more

It’s All About The Water

Marcia Patterson recalled a simple time during her childhood in Rockview Beach, the community that became her home in 1951. more

Taking Back Tomorrow: What Would Happen If A Virus Hit?

When he started working on his first book four years ago, Joe Coggiano discovered a fear he didn’t know he had. more
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