Web Expo 2000 to focus on Internet opportunities
Making a connection between people and Internet-related jobs, the Anne Arundel County High Technology Council is holding Web Expo 2000 on Saturday.
From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Anne Arundel Community College's Cade Fine Arts Building, representatives of area companies specializing in information technology and the Web will provide details on job opportunities and have a chance to network with each other.
Admission is free. For more information or to register online, go to www.aachtc.org.
Annapolis family escapes injury in rowhouse fire
A family of four escaped without injury as a fire heavily damaged an Annapolis home late Tuesday, city fire officials said.
The blaze, which started on the first floor of the rowhouse in the 800 block of Spa Road, caused about $60,000 in damage, said Annapolis Fire Department Capt. Leonard A. Clark.
A couple and their two children, 6 and 10, escaped after the mother noticed smoke coming from a wall on the first floor.
Four Seasons art students to show off mural tonight
Children from Four Seasons Elementary School are scheduled to unveil a mural tonight that they created for the Animal Control Building in Millersville.
County Executive Janet S. Owens, Police Chief P. Thomas Shanahan and the county's animal control director, Tahira Thomas, are expected to take part in the ceremonies at 7 p.m. at the school in Gambrills.
The effort was directed by art teacher Denise Levitine, who was named last month as the county's public school teacher of the year.