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Police charge 2 Pasadena residents for attempted murder in Odenton shooting

County police have arrested and charged two Pasadena residents involved with the Monday shooting of an man in Odenton. Richard Brendoff, 41, and Sheyenne Potter, 20, have been charged with attempted first degree murder, use of a firearm and assault charges, county police said. The suspects were...

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First Annapolis to Baltimore commuter buses to begin March 1

First Annapolis to Baltimore commuter buses to begin March 1

The Maryland Department of Transportation will launch two new Annapolis to Baltimore commuter bus routes March 1. The two routes will travel via Interstate 97, with one making stops in Kent Island and the other being a straight Baltimore to Annapolis connection. "Once people, who drive between...

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  • Yacht from 'Caddyshack' on sale in Pasadena

    Yacht from 'Caddyshack' on sale in Pasadena

    Leonard Digiulian said his brother John never set out to grab a small piece of cinema history when he bought the 60-foot Striker yacht used in the 1980 movie "Caddyshack." John Digiulian, who died in 2014, was an avid boater and had owned another Striker yacht prior to purchasing "Big Dog." The...

  • Colonial Players raises curtain, and the bar, on wrenching 'Cripple of Inishmaan'

    Colonial Players raises curtain, and the bar, on wrenching 'Cripple of Inishmaan'

    Colonial Players is opening its 68th season with "The Cripple of Inishmaan," a stunning 1997 work by Irish playwright Martin McDonagh. Set in 1934 on Inishmaan Island off the coast of Ireland at the mouth of Galway Bay, the story relates how its characters cope with the harsh realities of this...

  • State restricts shellfish harvesting in some waterways over bacteria concerns

    State restricts shellfish harvesting in some waterways over bacteria concerns

    Maryland environmental officials have forbidden oyster and clam harvesting from 1,200 acres of waterways in Anne Arundel and Talbot counties over concerns of high levels of bacteria. The state on Thursday ruled that the Rhode River in southern Arundel, an area of more than 1,000 acres, is closed for...

  • Colonial Players closes a memorable season with 'Good People'

    Colonial Players closes a memorable season with 'Good People'

    Colonial Players is capping its 67th season with David Lindsay-Abaire's powerful 2011 play "Good People" — a production that draws audiences into the struggling lives of the working-class Irish of South Boston. Such folk might resemble friends and neighbors of the Boston-born Lindsey-Abaire, who...

Severna Park

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  • Betty Nakielski, Severna Park seafood business owner, dies

    Betty Nakielski, Severna Park seafood business owner, dies

    Betty Nakielski, a cook who later was co-owner of Seafare Inc., a Severna Park seafood business, died July 1 at Anne Arundel Medical Center. She was 86. Family members said an autopsy is pending to determine the cause of death. The daughter of Albert Siegrist, a bookkeeper, and Lisette Schapell,...

  • Officials: Trees expected to survive native caterpillar outbreak

    Officials: Trees expected to survive native caterpillar outbreak

    Small green caterpillars have eaten the leaves of many trees in Anne Arundel and Prince George's county this spring. The caterpillars, called cankerworms, are often mistaken for the gypsy moth, one of the most devastating pests in North America, the state Department of Agriculture said in a news...

  • After 10 months of nurturing, volunteer oyster gardeners cut 'youngsters' loose

    After 10 months of nurturing, volunteer oyster gardeners cut 'youngsters' loose

    With her 8-year-old son, Eddy, and several hundred adolescent oysters in tow, Suzanne Goll pulled into the gravel parking lot at Londontowne Community Pier in Edgewater and watched a trio of workers unshackle zip ties on her three oyster cages. They dumped the occupants into 5-gallon buckets and...

  • Scientists give Chesapeake Bay its highest environmental grade since 1992

    Scientists give Chesapeake Bay its highest environmental grade since 1992

    The Chesapeake Bay received a "C" on its latest report card, released Tuesday, its highest score since 1992. In an annual survey of bay conditions, researchers at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science found that water clarity and the prevalence of underwater grasses increased...

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