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  • Four alderman positions up for grabs in Annapolis election

    Four alderman positions up for grabs in Annapolis election
    To win a seat on the Annapolis city council, candidates say they've relied on tried-and-true shoe-leather politics. Eight men running for four seats have been spending days knocking on doors, trying to reach the estimated 8,000 voters who will cast...
  • Repair project hits close to home for Annapolis resident, midshipmen

    Repair project hits close to home for Annapolis resident, midshipmen
    James Hopkins has faced many obstacles in his life. The most recent sequence included a boating accident in 1992 that resulted in a broken back and other lingering injuries. The 45-year-old earned a certificate in computer-aided design from Anne...
  • Leopold resigns as Anne Arundel executive

    Leopold resigns as Anne Arundel executive
    John R. Leopold stepped down Friday as Anne Arundel County executive, bringing an apparent end to the decades-long career of an idiosyncratic and charismatic force in Maryland politics who as recently as a year ago was considering a run for statewide...
  • Widow recalls life without husband as his killer goes free

    Widow recalls life without husband as his killer goes free
    As he lay on the floor of his Southwest Baltimore grocery store, Benjamin Rubin's last words to his wife were "I've been shot." Moments earlier on that April day in 1972, Welford Monroe and another young man stormed into B&S Food Market, ordered Rubin...
  • Greg Jimeno takes over as president of Anne Arundel lawyer organization

    A Glen Burnie attorney known locally for his family name and for his former job portraying Chuck E. Cheese is assuming the leadership of the county's lawyers organization, with a focus on cultivating its next generation of officers and enhancing its...
  • 'Annie' at Chesapeake, and a preview of music to come

    At the helm of the Chesapeake Arts Center since last fall, Belinda Fraley Huesman recently announced her intention to offer additional performance dates for diverse groups in Chesapeake's 800-seat main theater and in the previously underused 120-seat...
  • Leopold adjusts to life as outsider, but doesn't dismiss a comeback

    Leopold adjusts to life as outsider, but doesn't dismiss a comeback
    He commanded Anne Arundel's billion-dollar budget and was considered a possible candidate for governor. But in recent weeks, former County Executive John R. Leopold sat behind the glass panes of a small office at the Anne Arundel County Food and...
  • William D. "Bill" Evans, linguist

    William D. "Bill" Evans, a retired National Security Agency linguist who also maintained an interest in archaeology, died Wednesday of cancer at his Arnold home. He was 85. William David Evans was born in Midway, Ky., and later moved with his family to...
  • Senior briefs

    Fall classes Registration for fall classes offered by Anne Arundel Community College is under way at the county's seven senior activity centers. Classes begin the week of Oct. 1. To register and for schedule information, go to the center you wish to...
  • Leopold attorney bills taxpayers almost $21K for two weeks

    Leopold attorney bills taxpayers almost $21K for two weeks
    Anne Arundel County hired a private, $450-an-hour lawyer to defend County Executive John R. Leopold in a discrimination lawsuit, ringing up a $20,743 bill to taxpayers within two weeks and raising questions about whether the embattled politician should...
  • Poe House bids farewell — for now

    Poe House bids farewell — for now
    Hearing that Baltimore's Edgar Allan Poe House was about to shut its doors, Connecticut graduate student Brooke Duffy jumped on a bus and headed south Friday morning. "It just really surprised me that the city would have cut off funding for something...