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The Sierra Club And General Assembly Could Leave Millions Powerless In The Dark

Delegate Brian Chisholm talks about the Keep the Lights On Act. more

Bill Looks To Ease Veteran Parking Burden

Shipley’s Choice resident Joe Dolan learned that Texas has a robust parking code for veterans. He hopes to bring that law to Maryland. more

You Can Give Back To AACPS Students Through Mentorship

Students can benefit from mentors and there should be no shortage of caring adults willing to give back. more

Ten Years In The Making: Comprehensive Rezoning

For the Anne Arundel County Council, 2024 means the introduction of the eagerly anticipated first round of comprehensive rezoning for our county. more

Budget Season Has Begun!

Now that it’s January, the Board of Education of Anne Arundel County will be knee-deep in the budget process. more

Pittman Announces County’s First Director Of Hispanic/Latino And Multicultural Resources

Alison Flores will serve as Anne Arundel County’s first director of the Office of Hispanic/Latino and Multicultural Resources. more

Letter To The Editor

LaToya Nkongolo reflects on the newest Maryland Report Card. more

The State Of Marriage In Maryland

Despite any rumors you may have heard, people are still meeting, falling in love and getting married. more

Republican Women’s Club Announces New Officers

The club meets every third Tuesday of the month at various locations and welcomes guests. more

Tolerance, Hope And Grace

Delegate Heather Bagnall talks about the rise in antisemitic attacks and islamophobia. more

To Abstain Or Not Abstain — It Is Rarely The Question

A councilmember can abstain and decline to vote either for or against a motion, amendment or bill. more

So Many Educators To Be Thankful For

Several public school educators and administrators are being recognized. more
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