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Changes In Anne Arundel County

Happy spring to everyone! Along with the change of season, there are new ideas and positive changes happening at the Anne Arundel County Sheriff’s Office. We are starting to implement plans and … more

Letter To The Editor: In Response To “The Pressure Is Real”

Dear Mr. Roche,I just read your article “The Pressure Is Real” and have a few related comments and questions. I appreciate your writing on this topic, as I am a family-friend of a recent … more

Letter To The Editor: Music Matters

I’m a 10th-grader at SPHS who’s very involved in the music program. As the students were informed last Friday, a number of classes from areas such as classical languages, musical … more

Another Chesapeake Bay Bridge?

Alleviating the impact of bay bridge traffic has been a cause for concern for years. more

What Do We Want From Government, And How Will We Pay For It?

As a community, we must decide what we want from our government and how we want to pay for it. more

A Reckless, Costly And Unnecessary Proposal

This legislative proposal is nothing more than political retribution for my efforts to advocate Maryland’s craft brewing industry. more

Robotics For All

Until now, only two high school clubs were supported by the school system beyond standard teacher stipends. more

The Real ID

Yes, It’s “Real,” And Yes, You’ll Need To Update Your “ID” more

Decriminalizing Attempted Suicide

They say politics is personal, and this was personal to me. more

WATCH: Voice Editors Chat With Comptroller Peter Franchot

Topics included the government shutdown’s effect on the local economy, the upcoming tax season, school start dates and craft beer. more

County Executive Pittman Unveils Anne Arundel County Transition Report

More than 200 volunteers contributed to Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman’s transition report. more

Embracing The Process

It has been three weeks since I was sworn into the 439th session of the General Assembly. more

The Legality Of Sports Betting

It is a commonly known fact that the Super Bowl is the most bet-on sporting event in the world, followed by March Madness. more

A History Of Scouting

Scouting has always been a major part of my family. more

Viewing Problems From A Larger Lens

Over the course of the past nine weeks, my office has managed a variety of constituent and community concerns. more

Letter To The Editor: Thank You From Operation Christmas Child

I am writing to thank Arnold residents for sharing the true meaning of Christmas with children in need this past holiday season. more

The Lighted Path Forward

After all these years, I remain profoundly honored by the chance to occupy the very office once held by Millard Tawes, Louis Goldstein and William Donald Schaefer. more

The Kirwan Commission

Every one of our children deserves a world-class education, and our community deserves a global workforce, trained and ready for 21st-century opportunities. more

College Savings

Going to college has long been part of the American Dream. more

Council Update

In 2018, I made a commitment to keep you informed on the issues, public meetings, and legislation that could affect our area. more
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