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  • Non-traditional matchups highlight Anne Arundel CC girls lax tournament

    Non-traditional matchups highlight Anne Arundel CC girls lax tournament
    The annual Anne Arundel Community College High School Girls' Lacrosse Tournament has grown into one of the most popular spring holiday tournament in the area and not just for teams in Anne Arundel County. While the bulk of the competitors in this year&...
  • Homecoming for AACC's new president

    Maryland native Dawn Lindsay, who has been serving as president of Glendale Community College outside Los Angeles since 2009, said she would have gladly remained at the school until she heard that the presidency at Anne Arundel Community College, a...
  • As Bayhawks camp opens, Dave Cottle finds himself a head coach once again

    As Bayhawks camp opens, Dave Cottle finds himself a head coach once again
    Truth be told, life didn’t change all that much for Dave Cottle in the two years after his last game as Maryland's men's lacrosse coach. It just became somewhat inverted. With his schedule suddenly open, sure, he finally got to see his son, Sean,...
  • No. 7 Severna Park wins neighborhood bragging rights over Severn

    No. 7 Severna Park wins neighborhood bragging rights over Severn
    Severna Park’s girls lacrosse players celebrated just about as much after Thursday night’s win over neighborhood rival Severn as they had after winning last year’s state championship. In many ways, this victory was just as important....
  • Varsity roundup: Northeast tops Century in baseball

    Joe Rivera pitched a three-hitter with eight strikeouts and the No. 7 Northeast baseball team beat visiting Century, 4-1, in the title game of the Harry Lentz Memorial Tournament on Saturday. Rivera and Eric Grantland each collected RBIs, and the...
  • South River Spanish teacher wins state foreign language honor

    South River Spanish teacher wins state foreign language honor
    The creators of the language-learning software Rosetta Stone have made it simple to grasp the complexities of Spanish. But can they back it up and Dougie? "Usted and ustedes if you're talking to a group. Start with the 'yo' form and throw it for a loop!"...
  • Bear season again met with opposition

    Bear season again met with opposition
    Dawn over Western Maryland will break differently Monday for the 260 hunters who won the lottery to participate in this year's annual bear hunt. The adrenaline will be high, the air thick with the anticipation of trying to become the first man, woman or...
  • Four-year schools courting community college graduates

    Four-year schools courting community college graduates
    When Luke Fisher of Westminster graduated from high school five years ago, he had doubts that he could excel at a four-year school. He turned down an offer to attend Towson University and opted instead for Carroll Community College. Fisher would become...
  • Baltimore ghost hunters find a spiritual connection

    Baltimore ghost hunters find a spiritual connection
    Rie Sadler and Jim Jones set out to look for ghosts. Instead, they found each other. "Clearly, we were destined — or doomed — to be together," says Sadler, 37, a project analyst for an Annapolis-based defense contractor. Her fiancĂ©, a 47-...
  • Arundel Arts Council hands out 'Annie' awards for achievement

    In celebration of Ballet Theatre of Maryland artistic director Dianna Cuatto's receiving this year's Performing Arts Annie, BTM dancers entertained at the start of the 12th annual Annie Awards ceremony, offering excerpts from their "1812 Ballet" and...
  • Making an impact

    Making an impact
    When a judge slammed his gavel and took away Danny Brannon's freedom five years ago, the newly convicted robber and longtime addict was frantic. With no access to drugs or alcohol to feed his addictions and no way to scam people out of money, how would he...
  • AACC students run makeshift restaurants

    AACC students run makeshift restaurants
    Anne Arundel Community College culinary arts student Lynn Brown said that while growing up in Washington, he would watch his mother prepare dishes that she ultimately taught him to cook. Then one day, he said, his mother virtually stopped cooking, all...