- An officer in the Prince George’s County Police Department was suspended without pay after Annapolis police arrested him Wednesday and charged him with assault and use using a firearm.
- Brian William Hare, 33, is the fourth and final member of the Aryan Brotherhood indicted in O’Sullivan’s murder.
- The number of students quarantined away from in-person classes due to COVID or a close contact is growing faster than Anne Arundel County Public Schools anticipated and the system will scale up its virtual learning operation in response starting Oct. 4, Deputy Superintendent Maureen McMahon said Wednesday.
- Anne Arundel County State's Attorney Anne Colt Leitess says she'll seek reelection and stay in the courtroom, turning to preparations for another complex trial just after leading the team that won a verdict in the Capital Gazette mass shooting case.
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- A man is in serious or critical condition after he was shot in Glen Burnie on Tuesday night, Anne Arundel County police said.
- The full moon that occurs nearest to the autumnal equinox is always called the “harvest moon” and its presence over the next few days signals for Anne Arundel farmers to prepare their pumpkin patches.
- Preliminary results for the contested primaries in Ward 3, Ward 4 and Ward 8 showed two incumbents and one challenger taking early leads.
- National Public Radio won a portion of its lawsuit Tuesday against two Maryland judges in which it challenged the state’s broadcast ban on court proceedings.
- The Board of Education will hear from the public and vote on Superintendent George Arlotto’s proposed $193 million Capital Budget request for fiscal year 2023 during its meeting Wednesday evening.
- The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is offering a reward of up to $50,000 for information about a letter carrier robbery in Laurel earlier this month, the agency said Tuesday.
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- Crafters create such home décor items as wooden trays, pet beds or picture frames at AR Workshop in Annapolis. Other crafts include stenciling tote bags, hand-knotting chenille throws and tie-dying T-shirts.
- There’s something a little bit addictive about bubble tea. New shops are popping up in seemingly every shopping mall and food court.
- Peter Jennings Schweizer, a retired banking official who sponsored participants in Alcoholics Anonymous programs, died Sept. 10. The longtime Ruxton resident was 75.
- A 33-year-old Anne Arundel County was killed Monday after her vehicle left Route 100 and hit several trees, police said.
- Anne Arundel County Public Schools employees and high school student athletes will have to prove they’ve been vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo weekly testing starting Nov. 22, Superintendent George Arlotto announced Monday.
- The Naval Academy’s Board of Visitors will resume meeting again after the Department of Defense halted 40 Pentagon advisory committees, including the Naval Academy, for a seven-month review.
- The number of students in quarantine or with COVID has nearly doubled since the system first released data five days ago, according to data Anne Arundel County Public Schools updated on its dashboard Monday.
- Ellen H. Hennessey, a retired paralegal who enjoyed skiing and giving parties, died Aug. 20 from complications of heart disease at the Pickersgill Retirement Community in West Towson.
- As the coronavirus has become more prevalent in the Baltimore area, some parents say they are losing confidence in plans for the fall semester and are anxious about sending their children into classrooms.
- William J. “Bill” Boarman, a retired public printer of the U.S. Government Printing Office and a former union leader, died Sunday as a result of a fall while getting off his boat. The Severna Park resident was 75.
- The Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport unveiled a new in-house medical center this week that will offer urgent care, first aid, as well as COVID-19 vaccines and tests at the airport.
- Maryland’s Afghan community watched on the news and social media during the past week as the Taliban swept across their home country. They are afraid of the danger it poses for families left behind and devastated it could reverse hard-fought progress on women’s rights, education and infrastructure.
- Chinedu Victor Uyaelunmo, a 7-foot, 230-pound native of Nigeria, has already sold 10 of his paintings and will showcase some of his latest work at Baltimore County's Arts & Drafts Festival on Aug. 21-22 at the Guinness Open Gate Brewery in Halethorpe.
- An analysis of data by The Baltimore Sun and Big Local News shows Maryland public schools lost 27,000 children between September 2020 and September 2021, at a time when enrollment had been projected to grow.