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  • Leopold to be sentenced in March

    Leopold to be sentenced in March
    A judge has set a March date for the sentencing of Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold, as more Republicans said they were considering applying for his job. Del. Steve Schuh added his name Thursday to the list of candidates looking to...
  • Anne Arundel deserves a fresh start in 2014

    John Leopold has been found guilty of misconduct in office ("King of Arundel, deposed," Jan. 31). Like many people, I was horrified and deeply disappointed as witness after witness provided detailed accounts of Mr. Leopold's behavior in office. Simply...
  • Ellicott City's One Dish Cuisine is devoted to those with food allergies

    Ellicott City's One Dish Cuisine is devoted to those with food allergies
    For Maureen Burke, “gluten-free” is not just the latest diet trend -- it’s a way of life. Since being diagnosed with celiac disease in the late 1980s, Burke has wrestled with her intolerance of gluten. And now, as chef and owner of One...
  • Council votes to affirm ouster of county health officer

    Despite the presence of an overflow crowd offering support, the County council voted to affirm the ouster of health officer Angela S. Wakhweya, the first African-American to hold the job in the history of the county department. After being ousted from...
  • Crofton-area school redistricting advances without provision for new school

    Crofton-area school redistricting advances without provision for new school
    Anne Arundel County school officials moved forward this week with plans to redistrict schools in the Crofton area without provisions for a possible $38 million elementary school in Odenton — which developers had pledged to build if an age-...
  • Force 3 of Crofton names new CEO

    Crofton technology company Force 3 said Monday that founder and CEO Rocky Cintron is stepping down after two decades and will be replaced by the company's chief operating officer. Les Trachtman, the company's new CEO, has served as COO since joining...
  • MLL's Bayhawks, Outlaws to hold open tryout in Gambrills

    MLL's Bayhawks, Outlaws to hold open tryout in Gambrills
    The Chesapeake Bayhawks and Denver Outlaws will conduct a joint open tryout Saturday, March 9 in Gambrills to fill out their training camp rosters. All players must be registered in the Major League Lacrosse Player Pool in order to try out. The...
  • A prescription for Newtown

    As we begin a new year with new resolutions, I think it is important we move forward toward a more proactive society and less reactive one. One particular event that I believe truly points to this is the tragic shooting that occurred in Newtown, Conn....
  • Carroll County Dance Center is home base for 'Nutcracker'

    Carroll County Dance Center is home base for 'Nutcracker'
    Just a few days before their live performances of "The Nutcracker," the intensity and concentration were evident on the faces of the teenage performers at the Carroll County Dance Center in Sykesville. Each of the cast members at this rehearsal had...
  • Richard D. Pickens

    Richard D. Pickens
    Richard D. Pickens, owner of a Crofton interior design firm who lived in Union Square, where he served as president of the Friends of the H.L. Mencken House, died Tuesday of stomach cancer at Anne Arundel Medical Center. He was 50. "I was dumbfounded...
  • Arundel hospital adds internship program for students with disabilities

    Arundel hospital adds internship program for students with disabilities
    In the hospital supply room, Ricardo Thomas checks his list against the boxes he has put on a cart to take to an operating area, making sure he has it right. "You look at the stock number and you will know — so you don't get mixed up," Thomas says,...