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Worldwide Night To Shine Tradition Touches The Lives Of Local Families

The worldwide prom-style event for young people with special needs cultivates an atmosphere of support, love and celebration. more

The Choice Is Yours: Pittman Plans New Budget Hearing Format

Town Hall Scheduled For March 12 At Northeast High School more

How Soup-erb: Tenth Crab Soup Cook-Off Expected To Be The Rotary’s Best Yet

The Lake Shore-Severna Park Rotary Club is inviting the public to its annual crab soup cook-off. more

Chris Mullady Leads Wellness Class For CHS Teachers

“It’s all about you getting better. Just be a little better tomorrow than you were today.” more

Editor’s Voice

Hear from Voice editor Dylan Roche. more

Park And Water Access: Tiny Mil-Bur Community Has It All

It’s no surprise that when one of the 75 homes go on the market, they sell quickly. more

PBA ‘80s-Themed Scholarship Event Takes Fun To The Max To Benefit College-Bound Seniors

Since its inception, the event has allowed the PBA to award more than $200,000 to Northeast and Chesapeake high school students heading for college. more

To Airbnb Or Not To Airbnb, That Is The Question

Anne Arundel County May Soon Regulate Short-Term Rentals more

Generous Supporters Come Together For Take Back Our Streets Fundraiser

The Reserve at Two Rivers opened its doors on Friday, January 25, for a grand fundraiser to benefit Take Back Our Streets, a nonprofit partnership dedicated to helping schools, children and families … more

Department Of Recreation And Parks Recognizes Volunteers

From docents to youth coaches, a variety of volunteers were honored during a Department of Recreation and Parks awards ceremony. more

Spring Into Action At Anne Arundel Watershed Stewards Academy's Annual Conference

The Watershed Stewards Academy's eighth annual Spring into Action conference is expected to draw more than 200 citizens and restoration professionals. more

Anne Arundel County Implements New CivicReady Mass Notification System

The Anne Arundel County Office of Emergency Management has partnered with CivicReady to implement its new mass notification system. more


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County Council Strikes Down Immigration Resolutions

One resolution asked County Executive Steuart Pittman to reinstate the county’s 287(g) immigration screening program. The other resolution urged the county executive to not use federal funds for the legal representation of county detainees. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Polar Bear Plunge 2019

More than 10,500 brave souls participated in the 23rd annual Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge at Sandy Point State Park, raising more than $2 million for Special Olympics Maryland in the … more

New Businesses Coming To Pasadena Crossroads

There could be new businesses in the Pasadena Crossroads Shopping Center as soon as October. more

The 2019 Legislative Session Will Shape The Future Of Maryland

Between January 9 and April 8, the Maryland General Assembly will draft legislation that will have a long-term impact on Marylanders. more

What Does The Maryland Report Card Mean For Anne Arundel Schools?

The new Maryland School Report Card, released in December, evaluated schools statewide on a variety of factors. more

Pastor, Community Ambassador Jay Offer Recognized At AACC’s Annual MLK Breakfast

Jay Offer received the Leon H. White Clergy Memorial Award at this year’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast. more

For Two Decades, Darryl Despeaux Has Been Freezin’ For A Reason

When Darryl Despeaux participates in the Super Plunge every winter, he feels as if he’s attending a family reunion. more
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