Odenton plans cleanup day Saturday


...dTC The Greater Odenton Improvement Association will hold its annual cleanup day starting at 8:30 a.m. Saturday at Odenton Shopping Center.

Volunteers are needed for three hours of work.

Participants should wear work gloves and work clothes.

Two dogs attack Crownsville woman

Two dogs bit a Crownsville woman several times on the arm Sunday morning as she tried to stop them from attacking her dog in the 1100 block of Oakview Drive, county police said.

Margaret Bryant, 39, who lives on the block, was walking her collie about 7 a.m. when a year-old German shepherd and a mixed-breed beagle puppy attacked her dog. Ms. Bryant tried to protect the collie by covering it with her body. The attacking dogs bit her four or five times on the right arm.

A neighbor and a newspaper delivery boy assisted Ms. Bryant.

She was treated at North Arundel Hospital and released, police and hospital officials said.

Police said the dogs had dug under a fence of a nearby yard. Animal control officials took custody of the animals, police said.

Chamber to welcome new Crofton business

The Greater Crofton Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a ribbon-cutting ceremony to welcome Traders Grill and Raw Bar at 5 p.m. Monday at the new establishment in Route 3 Centre, Route 3 South, Crofton.

Refreshments will be served after

the ceremony.

Information: 721-9131.

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