Chase Cook,

Chase Cook

Washington, DC, United States

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  • Orlando Sentinel
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Past articles by Chase:

Anne Arundel schools announce fans allowed at spring games with COVID limitations

Anne Arundel County Public Schools announced it will allow fans for the spring athletics season, which starts Friday. → Read More

Anne Arundel executive will try again to close forest clearing loophole after council votes down a fix

Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman said he would try again to close a loophole in the county forest law Tuesday, one day after the County Council defeated legislation that would have required a grading permit before cutting a certain amount of trees. → Read More

Anne Arundel rescinds mask mandate, unvaccinated still encouraged to wear masks in most settings

Anne Arundel County providers vaccinated another 4,111 residents against COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, driving the number of vaccinated to about a third, according to county health data released Thursday. → Read More

Should Anne Arundel consider the impact of slavery and racism on land-use planning? Proposed GDP amendment says yes.

The Anne Arundel County Council will take up a final slew of amendments Monday night to the next General Development Plan, including one that would update the document’s equity statement to be more specific the county’s history of slavery and how its legacy affects water access. → Read More

Guide to the weekend: Christmas is on the way with events encouraging volunteer work, safe entertainment and more

This Friday marks only a week from Christmas. That’s right, seven days. But don’t despair, there are plenty of things to do this weekend in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County that channel the holiday spirit. There are opportunities to pick up gifts for those in need, others can volunteer at those events. → Read More

Oct. 24: Anne Arundel adds 77 new coronavirus cases and one death

Anne Arundel County confirmed 77 new coronavirus cases and one new death Saturday, according to county health data. → Read More

Not your typical cleanup: Now-completed Maryland State House cleaning includes laser process

State Circle may be a bit brighter after the Maryland Department of General Services announced completion of facade cleaning on the Maryland State House. → Read More

Worth the hype? Searching for the in-demand Popeyes chicken sandwich in Anne Arundel

How hard is it to find the Popeye's chicken sandwich in Anne Arundel County? Not very, but it depends on availability and personal patience. → Read More

Man dies after jumping from boat on Rhode River

A man died Saturday after jumping from his boat on the Rhode River on Saturday, fire officials said. → Read More

Bipartisan group of lawmakers pledge support for slain journalist memorial in D.C.: ‘Freedom of the press is the bedrock of our country’

A memorial to fallen journalists is being pushed in Washington, D.C. → Read More

Bipartisan group of lawmakers pledge support for slain journalist memorial in D.C.

A memorial to fallen journalists is being pushed in Washington, D.C. → Read More

Bipartisan group of lawmakers pledge support for slain journalist memorial in D.C.

A memorial to fallen journalists is being pushed in Washington, D.C. → Read More

Maryland House Minority Leader Nic Kipke helps deliver new daughter at home

House Minority Leader Nic Kipke, R-Pasadena, helped his wife deliver their new baby girl two weeks early in their home Tuesday morning. → Read More

Two suffer life-threatening injuries in multiple-vehicle accident near Anne Arundel and Calvert county lines

Two people suffered life-threatening injuries in a multiple-vehicle crash on Route 4 and Talbot Road. → Read More

Annapolis man dead after single vehicle crash in Harwood

An Annapolis man died after crashing his vehicle in Harwood. Police still investigating. → Read More

Anne Arundel Democratic Central committee taking applications for Busch's seat

The Anne Arundel County Central Committee is now taking applications for the District 30A seat vacated by Mike Busch. Busch died Sunday after a battle with pneumonia. → Read More

After honoring Busch, lawmakers reflect on session, plan for new delegate

Anne Arundel County lawmakers reflect on the 2019 Maryland General Assembly following the speaker's death. A look at laws passed affecting the Anne Arundel County and how Speaker Mike Busch will be replaced in District 30A. → Read More

Maryland General Assembly approves changes to racetrack alcohol licenses on somber Sine Die

The Maryland General Assembly completed its work on a somber Sine Die after Speaker of the House Mike Busch died Sunday. Lawmakers passed a bill that will change how alcohol can be served at the Laurel Park racetrack. → Read More

Anne Arundel executive announces gun violence task force

Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman has announced the Gun Violence Prevention Task Force he promised after the shooting that killed five Capital Gazette employees. → Read More

Anne Arundel lawmakers push their bills as crossover deadline looms

Crossover deadline is March 18 and local lawmakers are working to get their bills passed. These bills include therapy horses for veterans, changes to rape victim's information and a work group to change fishery management operations. → Read More