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County Budget Passes Despite Debate On Tax Increases

The $2.3 billion budget supports fire and police departments, the public school system and other agencies. more

Feeding Hope Benefit Raises Over $112,000 For Anne Arundel County Food Bank

The funds will support the food bank's work to provide fresh, nutritious food to neighbors in need across Anne Arundel County. more

AACC Student Entrepreneurs Win Funds In Business Pitch Competition

On April 30, students at Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) stood before a panel of judges and earnestly pitched why their businesses were worthy of being awarded funds to grow. more

Severna Park High School Principal Moving To Magothy River Middle

For 13 years, Severna Park High School has been a second home to Lindsay Abruzzo. She spent 12 years as an assistant principal at the school before becoming the principal in January 2023. Only 17 months later, she will transition to the same role at Magothy River Middle School this June. more

State Highway Administration Continues Ramp Management Project Along US 50/US 301

Temporary ramp closure begins May 17. more

County Executive Pittman Announces First Interagency Environmental Subcabinet

County Executive Steuart Pittman has formed the county’s first environmental subcabinet. more

Community Members Express Concerns Over Proposed Location For New Chick-fil-A

Though the chicken chain is wildly popular among consumers, not everyone in Arnold is ready to welcome the restaurant with open arms. more

County To Construct New Community Park In Millersville

As early as this summer, Anne Arundel County anticipates breaking ground on a park across from Millersville Elementary. more

New Adaptive Fitness Classes Offered At SPCC

The success of SEALS swimming led Shelly Beigel, director of programs and partnerships at SPCC, to think beyond the pool. more

MRA To Present State Of The Magothy

Doors will open at 6:30pm for attendees to view displays. more

Check-Washing Cases Affect Severna Park Residents

In addition to fly traps, stolen keys are being used by some criminals to access post office boxes. more

River Associations Cite Slope Safety Issue In Newest Grievance Against Round Bay Development

A house fire on that hill could expose firefighters and Round Bay residents to danger, a letter said. more
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