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Anne Arundel County

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  • Senior briefs

    Support group A caregiver support group for men only will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11, at the Arnold Senior Activity Center, 44 Church Road. It is sponsored by the National Family Caregiver Support Program at the Anne Arundel County...
  • Pasadena residents weigh development at flea market site

    For years, Bonnie Brumwell Hoyas and her three brothers have been trying to persuade Anne Arundel County officials to allow them to redevelop their family land, which houses several family businesses — including a large flea market — along...
  • Anne Arundel laments the loss of state workers

    Anne Arundel laments the loss of state workers
    A reshuffling of state office space will move nearly 400 workers from around the state capital to Baltimore and Prince George's County — a shift that Gov. Martin O'Malley's administration hopes will spur development around the new offices and make...
  • Crofton man gets 25 years for carjacking at Marley Station

    A Crofton man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison as the result of a plea agreement in a case in which he was accused of carjacking a Macy's employee in the parking lot of Marley Station mall, leaving her with debilitating injuries. Andre M. Ennis,...
  • Fixing BCCC

    Fixing BCCC
    At a time when increasing numbers of Baltimore City high school graduates are choosing to attend community colleges instead of traditional four-year institutions, Gov. Martin O'Malley was right to try to shake up the leadership of the faltering...
  • Official says Currie never disclosed Shoppers payments

    Official says Currie never disclosed Shoppers payments
    Former State Highway Administration chief Neil Pedersen testified Wednesday in federal court in Baltimore that state Sen. Ulysses S. Currie constantly asked him the status of transportation projects sought by Shoppers Food Warehouse but never mentioned...
  • Arundel man charged for shore tree removal

    A Severna Park man has been charged with illegally removing trees from his and neighboring community property along the Severn River, in what officials say is the first criminal prosecution for alleged violations of laws regulating shoreline development....
  • 100 Years Ago: Dawn of the automobile age put animals used for transportation on the market

    100 Years Ago More horse power "Horses, Mares, Mules; Sold for Want of Use" was the headline of an ad in the Times: " 10 Mares, 15 Horses, 2 Mares in foal, 5 Top Wagons, 2 Trucks, lot of harnesses will be sold regardless of cost. 20 Days guarantee with...
  • Patron of Glen Burnie restaurant stabbed during robbery

    Anne Arundel County police are searching for the men who robbed a Friendly's restaurant in Glen Burnie Sunday night and stabbed one of the patrons. Police said that two men wearing black ski masks and dark clothing, one of them armed with a handgun and...
  • GOP, others find faults with proposed map

    GOP, others find faults with proposed map
    Maryland Republicans criticized a proposal Tuesday to redraw the state's congressional map, saying a Democratic-controlled panel seeking to bolster the party's position would separate communities with like-minded views and fuse areas with little in...
  • Studies project millions in tax revenue from Rosecroft slots

    Studies project millions in tax revenue from Rosecroft slots
    Renewed jostling to expand gambling in the state began Wednesday as a national casino operator painted its proposal to build a casino in Prince George's County as good for taxpayers and as Frederick County lawmakers asked constituents if they want slots...