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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: 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

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: 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

Republicans And Racial Equality

We once taught our students that the Republican Party was the party of emancipation, racial integration and freedom for all. more

The Crab Report

The report indicates a healthy and rebounding population of blue crabs with an estimated 594 million crabs believed to be living in the bay, which is an increase over last year by 223 million. more

Visioning Anne Arundel

The decisions we make in the upcoming GDP will live with us for decades to come and it is imperative that we get them right. more

Historic Tax Increases Proposed In New Budget

In total, the county spending will increase by $106 million - almost 7% over last year. more

The Lighted Path Forward

These next four years promise to be the most rewarding of my career. more

Positive News From Annapolis

While plenty of news coming out of Washington, D.C., is negative and divisive, I want to share some positive news coming out of Annapolis. more

Miscommunication, Racism And A Garden

I love this community and I am proud to call it my home, but we are not immune to real problems. more

Acknowledging The Experiences Of Others

The problems are county-wide and, frankly, country-wide. And the issues are bigger than what is happening in the schools. more

Update From The General Assembly

It’s not too late to reach out to me regarding issues that you’d like to see addressed in the community or legislatively. more

America And Anne Arundel County

For someone who came as a newbie to politics with only a desire to restore the voice of the people in Annapolis, I am honored again to represent the people of Pasadena. more

Gearing Up For This Year’s Tax Filing Season

I am hopeful the Internal Revenue Service will process tax returns as scheduled despite the considerable disruption in government operations brought about by the shutdown. more
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