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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...

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  • Glen Burnie man, 29, killed in early morning crash

    Glen Burnie man, 29, killed in early morning crash

    A 29-year-old man was killed early Saturday morning in a single-vehicle crash in Glen Burnie, county police said. Brian Michael Tiesi, of Hammarlee Road in Glen Burnie, was going from the eastbound Baltimore Beltway onto southbound Route 10, the Arundel Expressway, when his 2005 Nissan Xterra sport...

  • Practice pays off for AACS field hockey in overtime win over Glenelg Country

    Practice pays off for AACS field hockey in overtime win over Glenelg Country

    It's been said that sometimes all you need is one. One team, one heart, one goal. With a constant battle for 65 minutes, the Annapolis Area Christian School field hockey team prevailed, 1-0 in overtime, over Glenelg Country School Wednesday afternoon. "I knew coming into it that we were a pretty...

  • Glen Burnie West: Fellowship Baptist Church celebrates 30 years

    Glen Burnie West: Fellowship Baptist Church celebrates 30 years

    Fellowship Baptist Church began as a humble congregation, meeting in members' living rooms 30 years ago. Now the church boasts a sanctuary, fellowship hall and is getting ready to break ground on its Harvest Center, a multi-purpose building with a stage for church productions, gymnasium, commercial...

  • Police investigating shooting in Glen Burnie

    Police investigating shooting in Glen Burnie

    Anne Arundel police are investigating a shooting early Wednesday morning. Police responded to the area of Newfield Road and Baltimore Avenue around 5:56 a.m. where they found a 60-year-old man suffering from gunshot wounds. Police recovered shell casings from the scene, police spokesman Lt. Ryan...

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