Lily, a 5-year-old labradoodle, was the first of her Comfort Canine colleagues to take the witness stand in a Maryland court Nov. 7, comforting a child while she testified as a rape survivor in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court.
A fifth grader at Millersville Elementary School expected a normal lunch on Thursday afternoon, turning to her friends and giggling over ice cream, when the speaker phone came on and a question ricocheted through the cafeteria: “Kaylee Post, would you have lunch with me?”
Annapolis will officially take possession of the historic Capt. William H. Burtis house and an adjacent property, following months of negotiations with Maryland’s natural resources department, according to a city news release.
After arranging to sell his professional tattoo kit, a male was robbed of it and his smartphone at gunpoint Wednesday night in Glen Burnie by the prospective purchasers, Anne Arundel County police say.
Mental health, youth athletics and cultural preservation are among the topics the Anne Arundel County Delegation plans to discuss at the Legislative Priorities Meeting, set for Thursday at 5 p.m. in Tyras Athey Delegation Room 142 at Lowe House Office Building in Annapolis.
At the Greater Crofton Council Meeting Tuesday night, representatives from the State Highway Administration introduced a new highway corridor study that includes Route 3. They expect to have results by early 2020, but do not currently have funds allocated to put the recommendations in action, and do not currently have a plan about how they will convey the results of the survey to the public.
As any fan of “Law & Order” can tell you, our judicial system doesn’t always provide resolution, even if a case appears to be a slam dunk. Take, for instance, 1959’s Case of the Stripper Shooter, which which went down in Laurel and appeared in newspapers across the country.