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  • Around the Park: Severna Park senior runs the Boston Marathon

    Around the Park: Severna Park senior runs the Boston Marathon
    Adrenaline ran high at the start line Monday as Collin Altomari waited with teammates under overcast skies to realize his long-held dream of running in the Boston Marathon. As a member of Team MR8 2015, the Severna Park High School senior also raised...
  • Around Broadneck: Broadneck High teacher stricken with rare, debilitating condition

    Around Broadneck: Broadneck High teacher stricken with rare, debilitating condition
    For three years, everywhere you turned at Broadneck High School, teacher Michelle "Chelley" Vukmanic was there. Before that, from 2007 to 2011, the petite '02 Severna Park High grad was a human whirlwind at Southern High School. An English instructor,...
  • Around Crofton: Local family opens up about personal experience with autism

    Around Crofton: Local family opens up about personal experience with autism
    On any given day, there is a professional stopping by the Hamiltons' home in Crofton to help 14-year-old Leah Hamilton with her moderate autism. Her mother, Alison Hamilton, said she has learned to roll with it. "There is no one road map for treating...
  • Community Digest

    Library events Anne Arundel County Public Library will hold the following events this week at several county branches: •Glen Burnie Regional Library, 1010 Eastway, will host a Manga and Anime club from 6 to 7:30 p.m. April 21 and an Earth Day...
  • Finalists for Youth of the Year credit Boys & Girls Clubs for success

    Ten years ago, Brionna R. Dove's two younger sisters were killed in a car accident that also put their mother in a coma for two weeks. Dove was spared because she was visiting her grandmother that day. But the trauma of losing her baby sisters, she...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, April 19 Earth Day Celebration At Quiet Waters Park, 600 Quiet Waters Park Road, Annapolis, residents can celebrate Earth Day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be nature programs, educational displays and demonstrations, volunteer activities...
  • Volunteers Needed: National Volunteer Week, Arts Council of Anne Arundel County, Bello Machre, OIC, Opportunities Industrialization Center, Parole Rotary Club, Moveable Feast, Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 23-1, YWCA, Hospice of the Chesapeake

    National Volunteer Week was held April 12 to 18, and the Anne Arundel County Volunteer Center featured a story about an inspiring volunteer each day on its website and Facebook page. The center can assist you in finding the best volunteer opportunities...
  • CCBC-Essex pulls rank on AACC in men's lacrosse

    CCBC-Essex pulls rank on AACC in men's lacrosse
    Anne Arundel Community College lost a good men's lacrosse coach when David Earl left to take the head job at Severna Park High. Earl spent two years at AACC and did a lot of things to put the program on sound footing. First-year athletic director...
  • Coming Up: 13th annual Annapolis Book Festival

    13th annual Annapolis Book Festival Nationally renowned authors will be on hand for the 13th annual Annapolis Book Festival, which will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 25 at The Key School, 534 Hillsmere Drive. The free festival includes music,...
  • No damper on local O's fans' optimism

    BALTIMORE - Around this time last year, Fred Boerste stood on Eutaw Street and made a bold prediction. "This is our year," the Odenton fan said. "The Orioles are going to win 92 games. Write that down because I'm betting right now it's going to happen."...
  • County poll: 1 in 10 knows a heroin user

    While Anne Arundel County residents are more likely to know someone dependent on alcohol or marijuana, 11 percent said they know a friend or family member who has used heroin, according to a new poll. But despite elected officials' growing attention to...