Selene San Felice,

Selene San Felice

Annapolis, MD, United States

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Past articles by Selene:

Anne Arundel police: Baltimore man arrested, charged with assault in Odenton

Nicholas Thibert, 38, was charged with assault, reckless endangerment and weapons charges after police said he pointed a gun at a 42-year-old man in an altercation outside a home on the 500 block of Retreat Court on Wednesday night. → Read More

Anne Arundel County firefighters rescue four people and a dog from flooding roads in Laurel, Linthicum

Anne Arundel County Fire Department rescued two cars trapped in high water early Christmas morning. → Read More

Four injured in Glen Burnie crash Wednesday night, fire officials say

Four people were taken to the hospital after three cars collided in Glen Burnie on Wednesday night. → Read More

See the semifinalists for Anne Arundel Public Schools Teacher of the Year

These educators will be among 46 Anne Arundel County teachers to be honored at the 35th Annual Excellence in Education Awards Event on April 15. → Read More

‘A Christmas miracle’: Woman credits Annapolis phallus house with saving her life

An Annapolis woman said she could have been killed had it not been for the infamous “penis house.” Melissa Shanker wasn’t planning to go out on Dec. 12, but she left her home on a whim — just before it burned to the ground — to see the home in Cape St. Claire that went viral on social media. “The penis lights kept her from harm,” said Mary Newman, Shanker’s friend. “It was a Christmas miracle.”… → Read More

While Annapolis plans project to save City Dock, surrounding areas in the county need flooding solutions

Anne Arundel County government is starting to think about its plans for long-term flood mitigation, this year forming a resiliency authority, piloting a home buyout program and applying for funding to begin other projects. → Read More

Sea-level rise is ‘the hidden threat’ as Anne Arundel residents purchase waterfront homes

Dream homes could become a nightmare, according to scientists who say sea-level rise will flood homes and vital roads in Anne Arundel County. → Read More

Anne Arundel public schools promises snow days aren’t over, but they will be different starting this week

A change in the county school system’s weather alert system could signal a bigger change in the post-pandemic world. → Read More

No lap? No problem: Santa is still magical from a distance in Anne Arundel during the COVID-19 Christmas season

“When you see Santa from a few feet away, the magic doesn’t change." → Read More

Small Thanksgivings mean more people are gobbling up Anne Arundel farmers market produce

What better a time to try that fuzzy puffball Lion’s Mane mushroom than the one year you don’t need to worry about your picky in-laws? → Read More

Bicyclist dies in Pasadena crash

The man was not carrying identification, so police said they will try to identify him by his fingerprints. → Read More

7 displaced in downtown Annapolis fire

Firefighters were dispatched to the 200 block of Prince George Street at 11:20 p.m. to find a storage area underneath steps outside the home on fire and spreading to the building, the Annapolis Fire Department spokesman Ken White said Saturday. → Read More

Maryland City at Russett Library closed after employee tests positive for coronavirus

This is the first time the system has closed a branch after a positive case. → Read More

‘It feels just endless’: Pasadena activists persist to protest racism and police brutality

Many in the crowd protested earlier this year after the deaths of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police in May and Breonna Taylor, killed by Louisville police in March. Friday afternoon, they stood for Jacob Blake, who is paralyzed from the waist down after being shot in the back by police in Wisconson on Sunday. → Read More

2 heat deaths in Anne Arundel reported by state health department

The only information the health department would disclose about the deaths is that the victims were a 45-64-year-old woman and a 65+-year-old woman. → Read More

Edgewater man helps identify Jane Doe in 52-year-old California cold case

When Steve Sabo, of Edgewater, sent a spit swab of his DNA into, he was hoping to connect with distant relatives in Canada. Last month, that spit swab led to him giving California detectives the final clues they needed to put a murder case to rest after more than half a century. → Read More

‘We’ve never lost a season’: Maryland Renaissance Festival joins growing list of fall events canceled by coronavirus

The Maryland Renaissance Festival, the fantasy and music extravaganza staged each fall in the woods near Annapolis, announced Wednesday it will not open this year because of the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

First look: Inside Anne Arundel’s new Michael E. Busch Library in Annapolis

As patrons lined up outside, 6-year-old Jaxon Giordano was ready to do the honors as the library’s first patron. Giordano used the self-checkout kiosk to take out a stack of picture books including “Crown: an ode to the fresh cut,” “When the beat was born: DJ Kool Herc and the creation of hip hop” and “Hair Love.” → Read More

Naval Academy midshipmen sworn into a plebe summer like no other

Saturday marked the end of the plebes' two-week quarantine. After standing for the oath and before raising their right hands, midshipmen were ordered to remove their black cloth masks. → Read More

Odenton library employee, North Arundel Aquatic Center patron test positive for COVID-19

County agencies announced the positive cases within about an hour of each other Wednesday morning. → Read More