Lights On The Bay Is Back

The event features a two-mile scenic drive along the Chesapeake Bay with approximately 70 animated and stationary displays.
Lakeshore Plaza Free Winter Carnival Scheduled For December 4
Several hundred students are expected to perform this year including groups from Sunset Elementary and Chesapeake High School.
Library To Kick Off Native American Heritage Month With Storytelling And Crafts
November is Native American Heritage Month, and to celebrate, the Anne Arundel County Public Library is hosting a series of virtual …
County Council Votes To Replace Bay Bridge
County Council called for Maryland to construct a replacement of the current two spans of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge with a single …
There’s Been A Surge In Boating, But Are Stormier Waters Ahead?
Nationwide, over 318,000 new boats were sold in 2020, a 13-year high for the industry.
Cox Creek Open House Planned For October 16
The Department of Transportation Maryland Port Administration is hosting an open house at the Cox Creek Dredged Material Containment …
Daughters Of The Revolution Honored
Delegate Nic Kipke presented a citation to the Fort Severn chapter of Daughters of the Revolution.

Why Plant Natives?

Native plant expert Alison Milligan discusses the benefit of using more native plants - trees, shrubs and perennials.

Rise Above Animal Sanctuary And Rescue Expands

What started as a single foster family has expanded into around 50 willing foster homes.

Annapolis Out Of The Darkness Walk Returns To In-Person Event

The walk is an opportunity to unite the community to fight suicide.

Get Outside!

However, studies show that connecting to the great outdoors has incredible benefits.