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  • Pasadena man arrested in vehicle tampering incident

    Pasadena man arrested in vehicle tampering incident

    Anne Arundel County police said a man was arrested early Saturday morning after he was spotted tampering with vehicles in Pasadena. Officers on bike patrol at about 4 a.m. in the area of Kingsley Court and Leeds Drive spotted the man, later identified as Colin Tyron Johnson, 27, of Pasadena, rummaging...

  • Dr. Michele T. Cerino, retired vascular surgeon, dies

    Dr. Michele T. Cerino, retired vascular surgeon, dies

    A memorial service will be held at 7 p.m. June 7 for Dr. Michele T. Cerino at Our Lady of the Chesapeake Roman Catholic Church, 8325 Ventnor Road, Pasadena. Dr. Cerino, a retired thoracic and vascular surgeon, died March 26 from complications of multiple myeloma at his Pasadena home. He was 84. The...

  • 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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  • Arundel residents rise in Toby's 'Peter Pan'

    Arundel residents rise in Toby's 'Peter Pan'

    Several Anne Arundel County residents are on the stage in Howard County these days — either on two feet, or four — in the production of "Peter Pan" at Toby's Dinner Theatre of Columbia. Co-directors Toby Orenstein and Mark Minnick are bringing their own vision to this musical based on James M....

  • Maryland set to conduct more detailed oyster survey after Assembly passes controversial bill

    Maryland set to conduct more detailed oyster survey after Assembly passes controversial bill

    Scientists say they have only a vague idea of how many oysters cover the reefs in the Chesapeake Bay, and can't say how many can be harvested safely each year without threatening the future of an already decimated population. Over the next year and a half, they hope to figure it out. In the waning...

  • Chesapeake blue crab population grows 35 percent; DNR predicts 'robust' season

    Chesapeake blue crab population grows 35 percent; DNR predicts 'robust' season

    Marylanders could have an easier time finding — and affording — local crabs this summer, a survey of the Chesapeake Bay blue crab population suggests. There are more than 550 million blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay, an increase of more than a third over this time last year and one of the highest...

  • Charles E. Nolte, food broker and McDonogh graduate, dies

    Charles E. Nolte, food broker and McDonogh graduate, dies

    Charles E. Nolte, a retired food brokerage executive who was active in his community, died of a heart attack Dec. 1 at his Severna Park home. He was 79. Born in Baltimore and raised in the Lake Shore section of Pasadena and in Northwood, he was the son of August Nolte, an early manager of the Patterson...

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