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Pittman Proposes FY22 Budget

Pittman touted the budget as a plan that strengthens the county’s fiscal health, while investing in public safety, education and other key needs. more

Solley Cove Public Boat Ramp Adds Water Access

The new public boat ramp is on Curtis Creek across from the Coast Guard Yard. more

Talk To The Experts At The Virtual Planet Walk

The 2021 B&A Trail Planet Walk is being held virtually on Saturday, May 8. more

Go Forth And Garden!

Spring is the most joyous season for me because it means I can enjoy sunny days while having my hands in the soil of a garden. more

County Files Suit To Protect Taxpayers From Damage Caused By Climate Change

The lawsuit cites the local effects of climate change, including the threats that sea level rise, flooding, and inundation pose to residents and homes. more

Indian Creek School Hosts On-Campus Vaccination Clinic

Soleil Pharmacy delivered 200 doses of the Pfizer vaccine. The clinic will return on May 13 to administer the second dose. more

Navy's Sydney Holder Serves At St. Louis Community Vaccination Center

Holder, a Pasadena native, is assigned to Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton. more

Pasadena Church Tackles Trafficking With Informative Event

Our Lady of the Chesapeake Catholic Church will host an event on April 22 from 7:00pm-8:30pm about the dangers that lure children into sex trafficking. more

Libraries Reopen For Walk-In Service Starting April 12

AACPL staff have provided online, curbside and appointment service since the pandemic began last March. more

ALTA Good Deeds Foundation Awards $6,000 Grant To Caring Cupboard LLC

Caring Cupboard was nominated to receive the funding because of the organization’s efforts to eliminate food insecurity. more

AACPL, County Executive Break Ground On New Riviera Beach Library   

The 20,000-square-foot building will double the size of the former facility and is expected to open in summer 2022.   more

United Ways In Maryland Launch COVID-19 Survey To Better Assess Community Needs

The survey will ask residents how their employment, housing and basic needs have been impacted. more

Anne Arundel County Leaves Governor’s COVID Changes in Place, Maintains Social Gathering Restrictions

Today, County Executive Steuart Pittman announced that Anne Arundel County will align with new state policy lifting capacity limits on restaurants, retail establishments, religious institutions and certain other facilities. more

Maryland Lawmakers Discuss Virtual Schools As Permanent Option

The bills would provide Maryland families with access to a tuition-free, full-time online public school option for their children. more

Officer, Sergeant, Detective Earn Police Awards

The PCRC chooses an Officer of the Year, Sergeant of the Year and Detective of the Year annually after reviewing nominations from supervisors. more

Anne Arundel County Public Library Goes Fine-Free For All Customers

More than $361,000 in old fines has been forgiven for 28,000 customers. more

Know Your Roads: Green Means Co.

Green signs indicate roads that the Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works (DPW) has the authority to maintain. more

Sheriff Starts Safe Surrender Program

The initiative is expected to make warrant service safer and improve transparency through public access to information. more

Library Marks Black History Month With Series Of Virtual Programs

Registration is required for each program and begins two weeks before the event. All programs will be held on Zoom. more

Donate In Memory Of Wendi Winters And Support Children Fighting Cancer

The coronavirus pandemic is unprecedented, but the need for blood remains. more
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