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Past articles by E.:

Where is your dream honeymoon location? Here’s where some Maryland women would love to go

Where is your dream honeymoon location? Here’s what some Maryland women said. → Read More

Anne Arundel County 911 operators move to 24-hour shift, will require overtime

The Anne Arundel County fire 911 call center switched to a 24-hour shift this week as part of a change to battle fatigue between shifts, but it comes with concerns the longer shifts will still impact operator stress and effectiveness, in part to potential overtime during the new daylong schedule. → Read More

Library board reaches compromise to name Annapolis library after Busch, some claim pressure, bullying

The Anne Arundel County Library board has been pondering whether to name the new Annapolis Regional Library for late Del. Mike Busch since last summer. Thursday night they debated a specific resolution asking the county executive and council move to do so. → Read More

Habitat for Humanity brings a new Annapolis neighbor to Clay Street

Saturday, with 4-year-old daughter Eden in tow, Jessica Parker was handed a ceremonial key to her new home, a recently renovated home on Clay Street in Annapolis. She’ll actually move in after settling on the house and other details by February. → Read More

Chesapeake Bay Blues Festival returns to Sandy Point in May

The blues are back. After a year on hiatus the Chesapeake Bay Blues Festival will return to Sandy Point in the spring featuring headliners the legendary Buddy Guy and Blues Traveler. → Read More

Annapolis library fundraising campaign raises $2M, names sections for top donors

As construction of the new Annapolis Regional Library moves toward completion, the building has sparked donations to the Library Foundation’s fundraising campaign, totaling $2 million so far. → Read More

Let’s roll, Annapolis! The holidays are here again.

There are so many holiday events to enjoy in the Annapolis area listing them all would put a strain on even Santa’s correspondence elves. So, forthwith a bunch of the area’s favorites. → Read More

How Annapolitans cope with stress

Capital Style asked three notable Annapolitans: What’s your go-to method for stress relief? Their answers range from getting outside to cozying up to knit. → Read More

Anne Arundel police: Man fatally shot in Glen Burnie

A man died after he was shot in Glen Burnie on Monday night, police said. → Read More

MD 450 gets temporary fix to stem flooding, but full remedy will require engineering and future funding

After a year of daily flooding on a stretch of Defense Highway between Annapolis and Crofton, State Highway Administration crews have cleared drainage ditches and culverts to reduce flooding that closed the link between Annapolis and Crofton more than two dozen times in the last year. → Read More

Anne Arundel drug treatment group doubles space with new facility in Crownsville

The Pascal Crisis Stabilization Center opened a new facility in Crownsville on Tuesday that will help people who need immediate treatment and expands the number of beds available for those seeking help. → Read More

Four teenagers sent to shock trauma after crash in Lothian, two critically injured

Four teenagers were rushed to area shock trauma units after a wreck on Sands Road Friday night, Anne Arundel County Fire Department said. → Read More

What to see and do at the Anne Arundel County Fair

Anne Arundel agriculture struts its stuff this week at the 62nd annual Anne Arundel County Fair, and the weekend is the peak of fun. → Read More

Spotlight: Jo Fleming’s Annapolis gallery brings work alive

Most artists sense they are but a vessel through which their observations and emotions flow into whatever form of expression befits them. Jo Fleming recognized her gallery, Jo Fleming - Contemporary Art, is also a vessel. → Read More

Maryland Renaissance Festival kicks off Saturday. Here’s what you need to know.

Hear ye! Hear ye! ‘Tis time for merriment at Revel Grove as the 43rd season of the Maryland Renaissance Festival kicks off it’s nine-weekend run Saturday. → Read More

Defense Highway to close again this weekend

Work on culverts along Defense Highway will require the State Highway Administration to close the roadway again this weekend. → Read More

Cool indoor fun in Anne Arundel County to beat the dog days

Where to go to beat the heat? It’s good to know cool places to go if you need to get out of the house. Spots where you can take the kids for active fun and not worry about the heat index. → Read More

Spotlight: Annapolis native Michael McHenry keeps the groove going

Annapolis native Michael McHenry of the Michael McHenry Tribe talks life on, and off, the road. → Read More

Escape metropolis: Take a day trip to Western Maryland

Get out of the metro area on a day trip west to frolic in river waters, hike, or just take in the sites. → Read More

New citizens celebrate America's birthday in Annapolis ceremony

At the historic William Paca House, a standing room only crowd gathered at 9 a.m. on the Fourth of July to celebrate America and its promise of citizenship. → Read More