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Corine Frank Announces Board Of Ed Candidacy

Photos Provided Pasadena resident Corine Frank announced her candidacy for the District 3 Anne Arundel County Board of Education seat from during a campaign kick-off in front of Chesapeake High … more

Candidates Tell Us Their Top Priorities For Office

Election Day was Tuesday, November 6, and to help our readers make an informed decision, we asked each of the candidates, “What are the three issues or priorities that will be most important to you in this office?” Here’s what they told us: more

Letter To The Editor

Calling all serious dumpster divers — there is lots of great junk and some food to be had at the new Anne Arundel County dump annex located on the parking lot of the Pasadena post office on … more

American Legion Names Simonaire The Outstanding Legislator Of The Year

For his advocacy of veterans, Senator Bryan Simonaire was named Outstanding Legislator of the Year during the American Legion annual convention in Ocean City on July 17. Simonaire has sponsored … more

Hogan Administration Unveils New Financial Transparency Web Application

Governor Larry Hogan and the heads of the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) and the Department of Information Technology (DoIT) have launched the Maryland Transparency Portal, a new web-based … more

Letter To The Editor: Chesapeake Schools Environment

I am a resident of this community and walk the paths and ground’s exterior of our school’s campus at least four times a week for exercise. I usually don my jacket, walking shoes and … more

Serving The Community

Each year, Anne Arundel County gathers to celebrate National Night Out, an annual event that promotes camaraderie between public safety agencies and the community. The festive occasion was held … more

High-Quality Education

Public education will be one of the top issues of the upcoming legislative session. I firmly believe that every child in our state deserves a quality education, no matter where they live. We are … more

Letter To The Editor: HOPE For Alzheimer’s

There are 5.8 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease. Among the 110,000 Marylanders who are included in this number is my wife, Kathy. I’ve transitioned from being her care … more

Letter To The Editor: Sinkhole By Compass Pointe

As much as Pasadena changed in the past five years, one thing hasn't changed for exactly one year. more

Drug Court Cases

Adult Drug Treatment Court isn’t a walk in the park. more

The Role Of The Clerk’s Office

The office was originally established to be an independent keeper of the records, and we still perform that function today. more

What Is Wrong With America?

The only advantage these patriots possessed were hearts filled with a dream and an unquenchable thirst for freedom and individual liberty. more

Horses Helping To Heal Veterans

This past February, the Hero Dogs organization was awarded the first grant from the Department of Veterans Affairs in Maryland. more

County Budget Recap

On June 14, we passed the final budget so that the county can operate for another year. more

Letter To The Editor: Angels Among Us

These wonderful individuals are the real angels among us! They’re our families, our delightful friends, neighbors and the people we surround ourselves with. more

Letter To The Editor: Reform HOA Laws Now

In past years, many people have supported Maryland to license HOA and condo associations, but no bills or laws were passed yet to enact it. more

Letter To The Editor: Reform HOA Laws Now

It is hard to believe that there appears to be no Maryland state licensing requirements for homeowner or condominium associations. more

Simonaire Hosts Student Winners Of “Senator For A Day” Essay Contest

Students were challenged to write an essay about proposed legislation they found interesting, or about what they would do if they were to be a senator for a day. more

The Warrant Process

Ignoring a warrant, not being aware of a warrant, or avoiding warrant service can often be more troublesome than the original charge that caused the issuance of a warrant. more
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