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SPCC Hosts First-Drive-By Gala Fundraiser Oct. 24

While guests to the event will stay in their cars, they will be treated to a gala-in-a-box to take home – complete with a $50 gift certificate from local dining establishments. more

SP Voice Makes Donation To SPAN

The money will be used to help local families keep their power on and stay in their homes. more

Round Bay Sailing Association Hosts Annual CRASH Race

This year, seven boats competed for the prize: Fiona, Flagfest, Himmel, Jambo, Privateer, Seamma and Swift. more

Pregnancy Brain Is Real

As I count down my final weeks of pregnancy to my second child’s birth, I laugh at many silly moments. more

Rotary Raises Over $5,000 With Crab Feast Raffle

The Rotary’s goal was to sell 100 tickets, raising at least $5,000 to expand their ability to offer more scholarships to graduating high school seniors in 2021. more

Anne Arundel County to Remain at Stage Two Reopening

County Executive Steuart Pittman announced that Anne Arundel County would continue at Stage Two on the Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery. more

Chartwell’s First Little Free Library To Be Launched Sept. 12

The celebration will include an Anne Arundel County fire truck, story-time with giveaways, Kona Ice truck, and kids goodie bags. more

Out Of The Darkness Experience And Drive-Thru Luminary Ceremony To Span Two Days

On the Annapolis Out of the Darkness event weekend, which will be September 19 and 20, you get to create your own experience. more

PHOTOS: Goshen Parish Serves McDonald's Meals In Annapolis

Goshen Parish gathered in the Robinwood community to serve meals to neighborhood residents on August 23.. more

Visa Cards Given To County Residents Through Relief Fund

Sixty-six Anne Arundel County residents received $500 Visa cash cards to help cover household expenses. more

Maryland Historical Society To Discuss Women’s Suffrage

During the free virtual program, Historical Society staff members will discuss discovering the forgotten women who fought for women’s suffrage. more


My Summer Fridays concept was simple. You’d have the option to work one extra hour on Monday through Thursday, so you could end your workday at 1:00pm on Fridays. more

What Will Virtual Learning Look Like This Fall?

School officials are implementing a plan that includes more real-time learning and graded work, along with daily attendance. more

Altomare Leaves Big Void As Anne Arundel Police Chief

Altomare retired on August 1, 2020, citing opposition to movements to "remove the teeth" from police. more

Police Department Wins International Award

The CIT is part of the larger Crisis Intervention Team International, a nonprofit organization that trains police officers and mental health officials. more

Volunteer Of The Month: Charles Germain

Charles Germain, who volunteers with the Magothy River Association (MRA) to educate the community about the rich history of the Magothy River. more

Military Spotlight: Man Serves Three Branches Of The Military

“You will find there are enough of us out there that have done two branches, but ... I've only heard of one other person who has done three,” said Ozzie Osborne. more

Update: Round Bay Sailing Association

RBSA has completed six races in series 2. more

Keep The Ripple Going: “Do Your Best” 5K Set For Sept. 19

Funds will go to Stef Ripple, a nonprofit that raises awareness of ovarian cancer and to support ovarian cancer patients and their families. more

In A Time Of COVID

After more than 50 years serving the community, the upgraded SPCC pool is ready to greet visitors once again. more
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