An Odenton woman who’s daughter’s 2012 death was ruled a suicide has sued Anne Arundel County as well as current and former members of its police department saying its investigation amounted to fraud and libel.
An Annapolis resident was charged with sexual abuse of a minor after a female student at a Prince George’s County high school where he works reported sexual contact with her, Prince George’s County police said.
After her child came home with a homework assignment on Google suite account, a parent asked the Anne Arundel Public School system to review the policies and protections when it comes to younger students with access to the applications in the suite account.
The Northern Arundel Cultural Preservation Society (NACPS) is reviving an effort to boost public knowledge of local black history, and is hosting an educational tour of historic African American sites in the area on Saturday, Oct. 19.
County prosecutors on Tuesday dropped 10 felony gun charges against a Pasadena homeowner who police say fatally shot a man on his property in September after it was determined he was charged incorrectly. Gregory Korwek, 44, of Orr Court, faces only misdemeanor charges as the State's Attorney's Office pledged to continue prosecuting the case.
County Executive Steuart Pittman announced Wednesday that Anne Arundel County accepted a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Administration to expand the fire department by adding up to 70 new positions. The grant was previously offered to Anne Arundel County, but was cut in 2016 under former County Executive Steve Schuh due to concerns about how the firefighters would be paid after the grant term ended.
Last month a skull was found emerging from the washed-out bank of a creek that forms the edge of the historic African-American burying ground, Brewer Hill Cemetery. It was the latest symptom of erosion damage at the cemetery.
Gov. Larry Hogan announced new steps Wednesday he hopes will alleviate congestion on both sides of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge caused by the start of a two-year, $27 million redecking project on the westbound span.
U.S. Sens. Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin of Maryland have introduced a bill to extend death benefits to ROTC members who die before they’re able to serve their first active duty assignment for the military.
Everything about the new 20,500-square-foot James T. Maloney Canine Training Facility in Laurel was designed with those who will use it most in mind — the dogs, or “partners” of their United States Secret Service handlers.