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County Council Ends 2021 With "Historic Number Of Bills"

Amanda Fiedler and the council are tackling legislation involving funding oversight for grants, police accountability and more. more

A Roadmap For Maryland’s Historic And One-Time $6 Billion Surplus

Maryland Comptroller shares ideas for budget surplus. more

Students Weigh In On COVID-19 Restrictions

Students lament COVID impact on school activities. more

Letter To The Editor: The Battle Over Mount Misery

Paul Spadaro talks about a development project and a long-forgotten piece Civil War history. more

Chocolate Milk: The Ultimate Sports Drink

Elizabeth Karides writes about the nutritional benefits of chocolate milk for athletes. more

Getting To Work

The General Assembly will consider thousands of new bills that will impact every aspect of life. These range from legalizing recreational marijuana use to prohibiting Governor Larry Hogan from using apps that automatically delete text messages with his staffers. more

Addressing Mental Health

It isn't going to be easy and it will not be cheap, but the cost of doing nothing is too great. more

Happy 2022

Like many of you, I want nothing more than our children to remain in school buildings and learning in-person. more

Shop Maryland And Save For The Holidays

I am urging everyone to shop Maryland and save for the holidays. more

Celebrating Adoptions

National Adoption Day is one of my favorite days in the courthouse. more

We Can Learn From Chief Moose’s Example

As we head into the holiday season, into the new session of the General Assembly, it’s important to remember that history will remember us in broad strokes. more

Letter To The Editor: Inclusive Schools Week

December 6-10 marks the 21st anniversary of Inclusive Schools Week. more

Letter To The Editor

Please join me in congratulating our newest delegate — Rachel Muñoz. more

Letter To The Editor: National Hospice And Palliative Care Month

This month, Hospice of the Chesapeake is celebrating the care its team provides to families. more

Celebrating Adoptions

This year’s celebration on November 18 is a private ceremony via Zoom. more

Council Update

Resolution 49-21 called for the state and federal government to begin the next phase of the Bay Bridge study calling for a full replacement bridge, not a third span. more

New Start Times Coming Fall 2022

At long last, all Anne Arundel County Public Schools students will reap the physical and mental health benefits from healthy, safe, age-appropriate school start times. more

Muñoz Nominated To Fill Vacancy As District 33 Delegate

The Republican State Central Committee Of Anne Arundel County voted to nominate Rachel Muñoz to fill the vacancy in District 33. more

Keep These Holiday Safety Tips In Mind

As we dive into another holiday season, I want to remind you of good safety habits to protect you both physically and financially. more

Republican Women’s Club Receives Award

SPRWC was recently awarded the Diamond Club Award for Achievement by the National Federation of Republican Women in Orlando. more
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