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Past articles by Rema:

Longtime Middleton Tavern bartender dies

Elaine Steadman McGuckian worked the downstairs bar at Annapolis' Middleton Tavern every Thursday through Sunday for 40 years. → Read More

County ethics bill takes aim at lobbyists

A bill before the Anne Arundel County Council aims to prohibit county employees from registering as lobbyists locally, but it's not clear which officials the measure would affect. → Read More

Grasso's request to join liquor board lawsuit nixed

A judge has denied a request by County Councilman John Grasso to join a liquor license lawsuit after attorneys argued he was trying to use his legislative power inside a courtroom. → Read More

County Ethics Commission make-up debated

The next appointment to the Anne Arundel County Ethics Commission is up for grabs as Democrats and Republicans vie for control of the panel. → Read More

Plebe cover tops Naval Academy chapel

The chapel at the Naval Academy donned a plebe cover Wednesday — but officials don't suspect it's a prank leading into Saturday's Army-Navy football game . → Read More

Pleas for higher teacher salaries dominate County Council meeting

When Sarah Sykora lost a loved one during her senior year at Annapolis High School, she turned to family and friends — but there were also teachers to get her through depression. → Read More

County Council to hear marijuana, school chart bills

The already heavily amended medical marijuana bill before the Anne Arundel County Council is slated to get more changes Monday as the measure's Christmas expiration date nears. → Read More

State awards county nonprofits $130K in credits

Four Anne Arundel County nonprofits will receive $130,000 in state tax credits that will refund people half their donations made in 2016. → Read More

Severna Park outpatient program to begin

The closing of a Glen Burnie drug treatment facility has forced hundreds of patients to relocate to Severna Park — with officials scrambling to take on myriad cases, starting today. → Read More

Protesters condemn Hogan stance on Syrian refugees

The Syrian refugees fleeing violence and conflict remind Tooba Roshan of her own perilous journey. → Read More

Demonstrators to rally against Hogan request on Syrian Refugees

A Harwood resident is organizing a protest Friday urging Gov. Larry Hogan to reconsider a request to keep Syrian refugees out of Maryland. → Read More

County nonprofit grant program altered

The future is uncertain for Mario Berninzoni. → Read More

County Council delays vote on age-restricted development

A vote on a bill that would reduce the percentage of homes occupied by people 55 and older in an age-restricted development was delayed by the Anne Arundel County Council Monday. → Read More

County Council to consider easing age restricted project requirements

The Anne Arundel County Council will hold a public hearing Monday on a bill that would reduce the percentage of people that must be 55 and older to live in an age-restricted development. → Read More

Schuh proposes short term cut in utility hookup charges

County Executive Steve Schuh is proposing to cut the cost of hooking up to public utilities by $5,000 starting in 2016 — then allow the costs to slightly increase in subsequent years. → Read More

Congressional races elevate county GOP clout

Del. Kathy Szeliga began her stump speech with a sentiment shared by many Maryland Republican candidates. → Read More

GOP primary shaping up

It’s three years until the next County Council election, but two Republicans already are saying they’ll run in District 7. → Read More

AAMC to offer physician residencies

The Anne Arundel County Medical Center is planning to expand its teaching capabilities by offering residencies to medical school graduates. → Read More

County, citizens refurbish water access points

Anne Arundel County officials have spruced up two publicly-owned parks in the last month in an effort to expand access to waterways. → Read More

County Council vote delayed on pot bill again

County Executive Steve Schuh's administration supported more amendments on its bill that aims to implement Maryland's medical marijuana laws in the county. → Read More