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  • Lois G. Caplan, library supervisor

    Lois G. Caplan, library supervisor
    Lois G. Caplan, a retired library supervisor and film buff, died Dec. 25 of cancer at her Arnold home. She was 71. A daughter of dungaree manufacturers, the former Lois Gloria Simons was born and raised in Philadelphia, where she graduated in 1960 from...
  • Notebook: Loyola lacrosse players travel to Newtown, Conn., for youth clinic

    Notebook: Loyola lacrosse players travel to Newtown, Conn., for youth clinic
    Fourteen members of the defending national champion Loyola men's lacrosse team took time from their holiday break today to travel to Newtown, Conn., and lead a youth clinic in the town rocked by a mass shooting last month at Sandy Hook Elementary School....
  • Nonbinding vote on elected school board, reassigning Orphans Court on Leopold's legislative agenda

    Nonbinding vote on elected school board, reassigning Orphans Court on Leopold's legislative agenda
    A nonbinding referendum on whether residents want an elected county school board and elimination of the county's Orphans Court are among Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold's legislative priorities for this General Assembly session. "We should...
  • Anne Arundel Executive John Leopold stands trial this week

    Anne Arundel Executive John Leopold stands trial this week
    For nearly a year since John R. Leopold was charged with using his taxpayer-funded police detail to arrange sexual liaisons and defeat his political adversaries, the Anne Arundel County executive has said little in public about the allegations. This...
  • King dinner and breakfast events in Anne Arundel honor works of residents, organizations

    The annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Awards Dinner and the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Breakfast, scheduled for Jan. 18 and Jan. 21, respectively, will recognize more than a dozen area residents for their work in human relations, community...
  • Grasso gambles on long campaign for county executive

    Grasso gambles on long campaign for county executive
    Anne Arundel County Councilman John Grasso announced his candidacy for county executive two years ahead of the 2014 election in hopes that the extended campaign will give voters time to "build up a tab of likes and dislikes of John Grasso." The first-...
  • Leopold plans mental health forum in wake of Connecticut shootings

    Leopold plans mental health forum in wake of Connecticut shootings
    Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold said this week that the county will host a forum in February to discuss mental health initiatives in the county. The forum, he said, comes in response to the shootings last week in Newtown, Conn., in which...
  • Pastor, civil rights activist to deliver addresses at MLK events in Anne Arundel

    Pastor, civil rights activist to deliver addresses at MLK events in Anne Arundel
    The pastor who works with some of Anne Arundel County's poorest residents and a longtime civil rights activist will be the keynote speakers at coming events in the county honoring the work of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Both the Rev. Martin Luther...
  • Anne Arundel Community College students win digital forensics competition

    Anne Arundel Community College students win digital forensics competition
    Anne Arundel Community College students Marcelle Lee of Severna Park and Dustin Shirley of Odenton had never taken a digital forensics course at the school until this past summer, but they are fast learners. The duo recently won the community college...
  • Pizza delivery driver says self-defense on job got him demoted

    Pizza delivery driver says self-defense on job got him demoted
    Sam Swicegood slipped a fiberglass stake up his sleeve before he stepped out of his Chevy Lumina to deliver a pizza in Glen Burnie — just in case. When Swicegood walked toward a house on Lincoln Court about 7:30 p.m. Dec. 14, a group of boys...
  • Postscript from Denison vs. St. Mary's

    Postscript from Denison vs. St. Mary's
    Scott Marsh is the first to admit that he never thought he’d find himself in the cage, trying to help St. Mary’s collect wins. But that’s exactly where the Crofton native and South River graduate found himself Wednesday afternoon at...