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High-Quality Education

Public education will be one of the top issues of the upcoming legislative session. I firmly believe that every child in our state deserves a quality education, no matter where they live. We are … more

Shop Maryland Tax-Free Week

Shop Maryland Tax-Free Week is a great opportunity to save money while also boosting our retail economy. This year’s Shop Maryland Tax-Free Week takes place August 11-17. more

County Budget Recap

On June 14, we passed the final budget so that the county can operate for another year. more

Horses Helping To Heal Veterans

This past February, the Hero Dogs organization was awarded the first grant from the Department of Veterans Affairs in Maryland. more

What Is Wrong With America?

The only advantage these patriots possessed were hearts filled with a dream and an unquenchable thirst for freedom and individual liberty. more

The Role Of The Clerk’s Office

The office was originally established to be an independent keeper of the records, and we still perform that function today. more

Drug Court Cases

Adult Drug Treatment Court isn’t a walk in the park. more

Letter To The Editor: Sinkhole By Compass Pointe

As much as Pasadena changed in the past five years, one thing hasn't changed for exactly one year. more

Sacrifices, Liberties And Hope For The Future

By Nathan VolkeCouncilman, District 3 In May, we celebrated Memorial Day and honored the brave women and men who have paid the ultimate price to secure our freedoms. We can never adequately thank … more

An Update On Environmental Matters

By Steuart PittmanCounty Executive Anne Arundel County has some good environmental laws on the books. Those laws are designed to protect our natural areas and our many rivers, creeks and streams … more

Miracles, Mathematics And Graduations

By Brian ChisholmDelegate, District 31 If I told you that you were going to win a $100 million lottery 10 times in your lifetime, would you believe me? I am going to assume that every one of you … more

Election Day Page Program

By Bryan SimonaireSenator, District 31 We continue to hear that we want young people to get involved in their government and civic duties. However, every election, few young people come out and … more

Historic Tax Increases Proposed In New Budget

In total, the county spending will increase by $106 million - almost 7% over last year. more

Visioning Anne Arundel

The decisions we make in the upcoming GDP will live with us for decades to come and it is imperative that we get them right. more

The Crab Report

The report indicates a healthy and rebounding population of blue crabs with an estimated 594 million crabs believed to be living in the bay, which is an increase over last year by 223 million. more

Republicans And Racial Equality

We once taught our students that the Republican Party was the party of emancipation, racial integration and freedom for all. more

The Warrant Process

Ignoring a warrant, not being aware of a warrant, or avoiding warrant service can often be more troublesome than the original charge that caused the issuance of a warrant. more

Simonaire Hosts Student Winners Of “Senator For A Day” Essay Contest

Students were challenged to write an essay about proposed legislation they found interesting, or about what they would do if they were to be a senator for a day. more

Letter To The Editor: HOPE For Alzheimer’s

There are 5.8 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease. Among the 110,000 Marylanders who are included in this number is my wife, Kathy. I’ve transitioned from being her care … more

Letter To The Editor: Chesapeake Schools Environment

I am a resident of this community and walk the paths and ground’s exterior of our school’s campus at least four times a week for exercise. I usually don my jacket, walking shoes and … more
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