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College Savings Now And Down The Road

Being Maryland’s comptroller has taken me to every corner of our great state. Whether I’m talking with taxpayers in Oakland or Ocean City, one of the most repeated concerns from the people I meet is the cost of higher education. more

Letter To The Editor: In Response To “Pittman On The State Of Anne Arundel County,” Pasadena Voice, January 22

It is stated in this column that County Executive Steuart Pittman commented at his December 2019 State of the County address on the tax increases in this fiscal year budget. more

Sign The Petition To Protect Our Community

As anyone who has sat in the hours of traffic on a Friday afternoon can attest, the Chesapeake Bay Bridge in its current form cannot remain the only option for drivers heading to and from Maryland’s Eastern Shore. more

“Just A Sheriff’s Deputy"

“You’re just a sheriff’s deputy” is a phrase often heard by Anne Arundel County Sheriff’s Office deputies, and often used by people who either do not pay attention to, or do not understand, the structure of our county law enforcement. more

Ready Or Not, It’s Tax Time

The 2020 tax season officially started on January 27 and our agency is ready to assist taxpayers with the high level of customer service they deserve. more

Establishing Hunting And Fishing Rights

Some of the most memorable moments with my dad were during our annual fishing trips on the Magothy River. more

Repairing The Bay Bridge

The re-decking project on the westbound span of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge has been a source of frustration for many in our area. more

Maryland Is In A Violent Crime Crisis

Our community recently experienced a shocking incident when two Anne Arundel police detectives were shot by a criminal they were investigating for a recent murder. more

Corine Frank Announces Board Of Ed Candidacy

Photos Provided Pasadena resident Corine Frank announced her candidacy for the District 3 Anne Arundel County Board of Education seat from during a campaign kick-off in front of Chesapeake High … more

A Year Later: 2019 County Council Summary

December is upon us. It’s the most wonderful — and busy — time of the year! This month also marks one year since members of the county council were inaugurated. more

Candidates Tell Us Their Top Priorities For Office

Election Day was Tuesday, November 6, and to help our readers make an informed decision, we asked each of the candidates, “What are the three issues or priorities that will be most important to you in this office?” Here’s what they told us: more

Victim Witness Advocates: The Silent Strength

The year 2019 marks the 40th anniversary of the creation of the Victim-Witness Services division in the Office of the State’s Attorney for Anne Arundel County. more

Pasadena Pegged As Potential Site Of Bay Bridge Span

When the Maryland Transportation Authority announced the potential sites for a new bridge crossing, Pasadena’s state delegation quickly denounced the plan. more

Positive Chesapeake Bay News

For those who want to see the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries cleaner, there is positive news coming out of Annapolis this year. more

Starting School After Labor Day

Anne Arundel County Public Schools officials currently are analyzing feedback from a recent survey to help them best determine the 2020/2021 school year calendar. more

Letter To The Editor

Calling all serious dumpster divers — there is lots of great junk and some food to be had at the new Anne Arundel County dump annex located on the parking lot of the Pasadena post office on … more

American Legion Names Simonaire The Outstanding Legislator Of The Year

For his advocacy of veterans, Senator Bryan Simonaire was named Outstanding Legislator of the Year during the American Legion annual convention in Ocean City on July 17. Simonaire has sponsored … more

Hogan Administration Unveils New Financial Transparency Web Application

Governor Larry Hogan and the heads of the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) and the Department of Information Technology (DoIT) have launched the Maryland Transparency Portal, a new web-based … more

Letter To The Editor: Mountain Road Assault

Pasadena resident sounds off about proposed bay bridge. more

COVID Pandemic Forces Pittman To Forgo Luxury With FY2021 Budget

The $1.7 billion FY2021 budget comes at a time for fiscal restraint. Health and human services was one area that will get a funding boost. more
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