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 2019-12-13 04:18 

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Decorated Olympian Rowdy Gaines still humbled by Army-Navy swim meet...

Olympic gold medalist Rowdy Gaines has a passion for Navy swimming and has been broadcasting the annual Army-Navy meet for several years now....

 2019-12-13 02:55 

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Prep Roundup: Indian Creek, Rockbridge Academy post girls basketball wins...

A roundup of a light night of high school sports on Thursday....

 2019-12-13 02:20 

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St. Mary's uses fast start to defeat Broadneck...

St. Mary's jumped out to a big early lead on its way to a victory over Broadneck on Thursday....

 2019-12-12 02:33 

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Prep Roundup: Chew goes off for 35 for Chesapeake...

A roundup of high school boys and girls basketball and wrestling from Wednesday....

 2019-12-12 02:09 

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South River builds big lead, hangs on to defeat Severn...

South River held on to defeat the Severn School on Wednesday night....

 2019-12-11 03:07 

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Young Old Mill team continues upward trend at tri-meet; Patriots' Grim adds to coaching record...

Jim Grim is now the winningest coach in Old Mill history....

 2019-12-11 02:58 

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Prep Roundup: Matthews scores 22 to lead Arundel girls...

A roundup of basketball, wrestling and swimming action from Dec. 10....

 2019-12-11 02:31 

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Football Player of the Year Foust made his mark on South River...

South River's David Foust is the football player of the year....

 2019-12-10 10:00 

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Anne Arundel county executive to push for state law allowing local progressive taxes...

Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman's team is working with state lawmakers on legislation that would allow state to impose higher income taxes on the wealthy....

 2019-12-10 02:25 

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Washington's 24 points lifts Southern boys basketball to second win...

Khiyon Washington recorded a team-high 24 points and Larry Bulluck accounted for 19 points as the Southern boys basketball team won its second game of the young season by defeating College Park Academy, 91-54 on Monday....

 2019-12-10 01:57 

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Annapolis City Council reappoints housing authority chair, continues short-term rental debate...

The City Council re-appointed the Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis board chair on Monday, one of several high-profile positions that will be considered including city manager and city attorney. A second public hearing on short-term rental legisl...

 2019-12-09 11:00 

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Around Broadneck: Encore Chorale Holiday Concert will perform at Anne Arundel Community College...

On Saturday, December 14th, Encore Creativity will present a free holiday choral concert at 3 p.m. at the Pascal Center for the Performing Arts at Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold....

 2019-12-09 10:00 

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Drought conditions likely the culprit for increased water bills in Crofton area...

After rereading 365 meters and reviewing data from the last three years, the Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works believes that increased water bills in Crofton, Gambrills and Odenton are reflective of actual water consumption....

 2019-12-08 10:37 

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Our Say: What Pittman faces in his challenge to restore trust...

Steuart Pittman has gone through quite a checklist in his first year as Anne Arundel County executive....

 2019-12-08 10:15 

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Kevin Simmons: Annapolis prepares for the worst with active assailant training on Wednesday...

Wednesday, the Annapolis Public Safety team, along with our Anne Arundel County partners, will hold a full-scale exercise involving a simulated active assailant assault on a local house of worship....

 2019-12-08 10:09 

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Andrea Chamblee: Zirkin's conduct on gun bill showed he wasn't a good legislator...

While it is true that a good legislator votes against bad legislation, state Sen. Bobby Zirkin did not do that. He did not attack the flaws in these bills. As chair of the most powerful committee, he didn't try to amend the bills to improve them. He d...

 2019-12-08 02:33 

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Navy Men's Basketball tops Marist in OT, 53-51...

Evan Wieck's free throw with 0.8 seconds left gave Navy the final point it needed in 53-51 overtime win over Marist....

 2019-12-08 01:50 

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Annapolis fire officials: Firefighters quell basement blaze in 20 minutes...

Annapolis police closed a portion of Bay Ridge Avenue Saturday evening as at least three dozen firefighters from multiple departments worked to put out a basement fire....

 2019-12-07 02:59 

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McCue helps Broadneck girls edge Southern...

A roundup of Friday's high school sports action....

 2019-12-07 02:27 

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Arundel honors longtime coach Rogers with a win on his court dedication night...

Arundel honored Lee Rogers by naming the court after him on Friday....

 2019-12-06 03:57 

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Girls Soccer All-County...

Individual capsules for the 16 girls soccer players named first team All-County by Capital Gazette Newspapers....

 2019-12-06 03:56 

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Girls Soccer Player of the Year Ashley Chew would do whatever it took for Chesapeake...

Chesapeake standout Ashley Chew was dominant from her left wing position, scoring 22 goals to lead Anne Arundel County. Chew is the Capital Gazette Newspapers Player of the Year....

 2019-12-06 01:59 

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Annapolis' Midnight Madness starts 31st year off strong with carolers and cocoa...

Storefronts were decked out with lights and almost every door was open for the 31st anniversary of Midnight Madness, a staple of holiday spirit in Anne Arundel County that draws thousands of people every year. Kids in oversized coats and moms snapping sma...

 2019-12-05 02:50 

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Prep Roundup: Kelleher, St. Mary's get by AACS...

Wednesday's prep roundup...

 2019-12-04 12:00 

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Savvy Senior: How Seniors Can Get Free Legal Assistance...

Can you recommend any resources that provide free or low-cost legal services to seniors? I'm 68 and need some professional legal assistance but have limited funds....

 2019-12-04 11:30 

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Glen Burnie: High School Tri-M Music Honor Society chapter celebrates 65 years...

Excellent high school students have several possibilities when it comes to honor societies, and for musicians, the organization is known as Tri-M Music Honor Society — formally, Modern Music Masters. On Dec. 2, the Glen Burnie High School chapter of...

 2019-12-04 11:15 

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Fort Meade: Grammy-nominated musician shares Native American heritage...

When Native American cellist and singer Dawn Avery taught an audience of service members and DoD civilians a chant to coincide with a song linked to her heritage, one service member knew it was a performance she would not easily forget....

 2019-12-04 11:00 

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Chocolate Binge Festival looks to satisfy city's sweet tooth for fifth year in a row...

Annapolis will celebrate the fifth annual Chocolate Binge Festival on Sunday, Dec. 2....

 2019-12-04 11:00 

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Anne Arundel School System superintendent sends Broadneck redistricting recommendation to school board...

Superintendent George Arlotto will formally send his recommendation on how to redraw attendance boundaries around schools in the Broadneck cluster Wednesday....

 2019-12-04 10:08 

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Our Say: Zirkin's replacement will be a crucial sign of changes in Maryland Senate...

As chairman of the Maryland Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee, Bobby Zirkin was a moderating force in the General Assembly. Sometimes he was right, sometimes he was wrong. His replacement is a crucial sign of possible changes in Annapolis....

 2019-12-04 04:23 

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Navy defensive coordinator not pleased with latest performance...

First-year defensive coordinator Brian Newberry did not feel his unit showed up to play. Newberry said Navy didn't show a sense of urgency or enough focus against Houston on Saturday night....

 2019-12-04 02:05 

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Sims, Dzambo pace Archbishop Spalding to season-opening win...

Archbishop Spalding's girls basketball team opened the season with a win on Tuesday....

 2019-12-03 10:01 

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Our Say: Giving Tuesday democratizes philanthropy, around the globe and close to home...

The number of requests for donations should be thick in your email inbox today, Giving Tuesday....

 2019-12-03 03:02 

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Navy's first victory at Houston was a wild and wacky affair...

Beat writer Bill Wagner reviews Navy's victory over Houston on Saturday night....

 2019-12-02 10:00 

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Our Say: Truxtun Park pool cost overruns a warning to Annapolis...

We hope Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley and the City Council take cost overruns at the Truxtun Park pool project for what they are: a warning that changes are needed....

 2019-12-01 11:25 

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Our Say: Community events signal the season of celebration in Annapolis...

It isn't Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, or Cyber Monday that starts the annual holiday season. It's the community Christmas tree lighting....

 2019-12-01 11:00 

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AAMC: What to eat before and after your workout for best results...

But one of the most common questions we get is, "What should I eat before and after my workout?" The answer differs on a case-by-case basis....

 2019-12-01 11:00 

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Gallery: Gifts of art create joyful stories...

Surrounding ourselves thoughtfully with that which we hold beautiful, laughing with others and at ourselves, and seeing the possibilities in challenges that are presented to us is our way forward, and to continue in the betterment of society for the next ...

 2019-12-01 10:15 

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Annapolis alderman defends posts to his private Instagram account...

Alderman DaJuan Gay, D-Ward 6, posted on Instagram during the Nov. 18 City Council meeting commenting on short-term rental legislation....

 2019-12-01 10:00 

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Alfa Stevens: Passage of Anne Arundel forest bill shows importance of civic participation...

The recent passing of the Anne Arundel County forest conservation bill provides a clear demonstration that vigorous civic engagement is the basis of democracy....

 2019-12-01 03:40 

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Navy marches past Houston in wild shootout, 56-41...

Jamale Carothers established career-highs by rushing for 188 yards and five touchdowns, while Malcolm Perry accounted for 253 total yards from scrimmage as Navy outlasted Houston, 56-41, before an announced crowd of 22,824 at TDECU Stadium....

 2019-12-01 01:58 

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Severna Park freshman, Arundel sophomore are Golfers of Year...

Severna Park freshman David Regala and Arundel sophomore Angelina Hwang are the Capital Gazette Newspapers Golfers of the Year....

 2019-11-30 12:00 

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Wine, etc.: If there is only one more bottle of chardonnay you intend to drink, let it be a Ramey....

We've been tasting chardonnay for decades and rarely do we get this excited about chardonnay....

 2019-11-30 11:00 

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Navy football in midst of historic turnaround season...

The Midshipmen have posted an 8-2 record after finishing 3-10 in 2018. That turnaround is tops among Football Bowl Subdivision schools....

 2019-11-30 11:00 

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Tom Muha: Start 2020 on a happy note by creating a holiday budget...

As we enter the holiday season many couples delight at the thought of opening Christmas presents, but dread opening the January credit card bills....

 2019-11-30 10:30 

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'Lots of blessings are coming to this apartment:' Nonprofit Hope For All turns houses into homes...

The Owens sisters are recent recipients of a program called "Turning Houses into Homes," run by Christian ministry Hope For All, based in Anne Arundel County. The ministry provides furniture and other necessities for people transitioning from home...

 2019-11-30 02:41 

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Old Mill falls to Dr. Henry A. Wise in state football semifinal...

In a game that got away from Old Mill quickly, host Dr. Henry A. Wise rolled to an 44-0 victory and secured a berth in next week's state final....

 2019-11-29 11:00 

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West County: Wrath-Bearing Tree announces 2019 Pushcart Prize nominees...

The online literary journal, The Wrath-Bearing Tree (WBT), recently announced their nominees for the 2019 Pushcart Prize, distributed annually by the Pushcart Press to highlight recently published authors....

 2019-11-29 10:00 

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Our Say: The retail apocalypse comes again. Yet, Annapolis shops on....

Once upon a time in a town called Annapolis, people did their Christmas shopping at stores on Main and West streets. Then came the retail armageddon called Parole Plaza. We shopped on, undeterred....

 2019-11-28 11:00 

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Anne Arundel County Councilmembers share their Thanksgiving traditions...

A look at the Anne Arundel County Council's favorite family recipes, their go-to post-turkey board games, their unique traditions, the dishes they go for first, and how they salvage their leftovers....

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