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  • Arrest made in Maryland Live casino garage robbery

    Arrest made in Maryland Live casino garage robbery
    A Prince George's County man has been charged in an armed robbery that occurred early Saturday morning in the parking garage at the Maryland Live casino in Hanover. A man told Anne Arundel County police he and a woman were sitting in a vehicle in the...
  • City of Annapolis budget hearings set for Monday

    City of Annapolis budget hearings set for Monday
    The Annapolis mayor and city council will hold public hearings on the city's proposed budget Monday night. The hearings are scheduled as part of the council's regular meeting at 7 p.m. at City Hall, 160 Duke of Gloucester St. Mayor Mike Pantelides'...
  • Education briefs

    Student awarded for art North County High School senior Vivian Tejada was honored this week by Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot, who presented her with a Maryland Masters Award and a Making a Difference Medallion. Tejada was honored for her work in...
  • Man flees bank robbery on bike, Arundel police say

    Man flees bank robbery on bike, Arundel police say
    A man robbed a bank teller at gunpoint in Severn Friday and then fled scene on a bicycle, Anne Arundel County police said. Police said the man entered the Bay Bank in 2600 block of Annapolis about 3:30 p.m. Friday and handed a bank employee a note,...
  • Marylanders need to speak up for open space

    Marylanders need to speak up for open space
    When I have a hard time understanding government spending — the construction and tinkering that goes into, say, Maryland's multibillion-dollar annual budget — I just imagine the whole thing as a kitchen-table conversation with members of a...
  • Bill thwarting wind energy project could hurt state [Commentary]

    Bill thwarting wind energy project could hurt state [Commentary]
    If you work in Maryland, you have good reason to be concerned about climate change and to be in favor of more clean energy like land-based wind power. Unfortunately, a bill moving in Annapolis right now would severely handicap Maryland's ability to pursue...
  • Weekend jail will keep Dwyer from voting on session's final Saturday

    Weekend jail will keep Dwyer from voting on session's final Saturday
    When the House of Delegates meets Saturday to vote on dozens of pieces of legislation, including whether to decriminalize marijuana, one representative from Anne Arundel County won't be there. He'll be in jail. Del. Don Dwyer Jr., spends weekends in the...
  • Payday in Annapolis [Editorial]

    Payday in Annapolis  [Editorial]
    How easy it is to rail against the salaries of elected officials. Embedded deeply in the human psyche is the near-certainty that somewhere, somehow the people who hold public office are getting away with unarmed robbery. It's a suspicion that's easy to...
  • Man arrested in Anne Arundel police-involved shooting case

    Man arrested in Anne Arundel police-involved shooting case
    An arrest was made in connection with a car heist in Hanover last month, where an Anne Arundel County police officer shot at a suspect. Andre Scott Nureni, 24, of the 8400 block of Berwick Road in Upper Marlboro, was arrested Thursday on burglary,...
  • Film tax credit deal near

    Film tax credit deal near
    A tentative deal was reached Thursday in Annapolis to increase tax credits for film and television productions shot in Maryland, in a bid to keep popular TV series like "House of Cards" and "Veep" from abandoning the state. A joint conference...
  • Sharfstein tells Congress contractors are to blame

    Sharfstein tells Congress contractors are to blame
    Maryland's top health official told a congressional panel in Washington on Thursday that IT contractors were to blame for the state's troubled rollout of the Affordable Care Act and suggested that the state may reimburse the federal government if it can...
  • Stormwater fee flap smoothed over

    Stormwater fee flap smoothed over
    A dispute brewing in Annapolis over a late bid to alter Maryland's storm-water fee law - one that reportedly threatened approval of the state's budget - was resolved Thursday, with lawmakers agreeing to limit a proposed exemption from the controversial...