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Anne Arundel Medical Center

Anne Arundel Medical Center
The non-profit hospital in Annapolis serves Anne Arundel, Prince George's, Queen Anne's and Calvert counties.
The non-profit hospital in Annapolis serves Anne Arundel, Prince George's, Queen Anne's and Calvert counties. « Show less

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  • Announcements: Osprey program, Great Strides 5K walk for Cystic Fibrosis, Malcolm X memorial event, blood drives for AAMC, Soil Conservation Committee meeting, community panel, charity event, Wiley H. Bates Legacy Center, Chesapeake Bay Trust, Treasure the Chesapeake,

    Osprey program Annapolis Maritime Museum, 723 Second St., will hold an osprey program from 10 to 11 a.m. May 16. During the program families can listen to a story, watch for osprey, and build their own osprey nests. Participants will also receive a free...
  • Police investigating reported home invasion in Shady Side

    Anne Arundel police are investigating a reported home invasion Thursday night in Shady Side. The incident occurred around 9:45 p.m. in the 1200 block of Spruce Avenue. A 43-year-old woman reported that she was in her home when a male suspect broke-in...
  • Club Notes

    EDITOR'S NOTE: Club information is printed free for local nonprofit activities weekly. Submit information two weeks in advance; all items run, space permitting. Submit by: Email: commnews@capgaznews.com. Mail: Community News, The Capital, 888 Bestgate...
  • Annapolis man survives shooting, gets arrested on open warrant

    Annapolis man survives shooting, gets arrested on open warrant
    An Annapolis man survived a shooting Thursday morning, then was arrested on an open warrant, city police said. Myron Jacobs, 29, told police he was standing at Clay and Pleasant streets at about 1 a.m. when a man in a black ski mask approached and tried...
  • BPW approves millions for county projects

    BPW approves millions for county projects
    The Maryland Board of Public Works approved funding for several local projects during a robust meeting Wednesday. The Board — made up of Gov. Larry Hogan, State Treasurer Nancy K. Kopp and State Comptroller Peter Franchot — moved briskly...
  • Birth announcements for May 17

    Carroll Hospital Center A daughter, Isabella Elizabeth Riggin, was born at 3:27 p.m. April 7, 2015, to Denise and William Riggin Jr., of Manchester. She weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces. Grandparents are Helen and Dennis Pollock, of Westminster; William Sr....
  • Accidents in Deale, Severn Tuesday afternoon injure four

    Accidents in Deale, Severn  Tuesday afternoon injure four
    Two people were injured in a vehicle crash in Deale Tusday afternoon. Firefighters were dispatched to the 1000 block of Forrester Road around 7 p.m., said Lt. Ariel Jackson, a county fire department spokesman. Two people were transported to Anne...
  • At a hospital maternity ward, every day is Mother's Day

    The mothers give birth in hallways, elevators and parking garages. They give birth being trundled in wheelchairs to delivery rooms (Don't push yet!), in hospital bathrooms and, at least once, in a pickup truck in front of Anne Arundel Medical Center...
  • Antibiotics for UTIs: When you need them, when you don't

    Antibiotics for UTIs: When you need them, when you don't
    Antibiotics are medicines that can kill bacteria. Doctors often use antibiotics to treat urinary tract infections (UTIs). The main symptoms of UTIs are: •A burning feeling when you urinate. •A strong urge to urinate often. However, many...
  • Birth announcements for May 3

    Carroll Hospital Center A daughter, Tatum Elizabeth Barre, was born at 7:27 p.m. Feb. 14, 2015, to Ryan and Sara Barre, of Hanover, Pa. She weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces. Grandparents are Dale and Sandy Yingling, of Union Bridge; and Joe and Susie Barre, of...
  • Our say: More screening a tool to fight lung cancer

    Our say: More screening a tool to fight lung cancer
    Lung cancer screening, like other types of screening for cancer, hasn't been perfected. Some in the medical profession are worried increased testing means more false positives — detection of noncancerous abnormalities or cancers that will never grow...