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2 Men Found Fatally Shot After Crash in Prince George's

Police found two men dead from gunshot wounds inside a car that crashed in Prince George’s County Wednesday morning. Officers responded to a single car crash on Route 450 in Bladensburg, Maryland, at about 3:40 a.m. Police initially said the 5400 block of Annapolis Road. The two men were...
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A Crab Basket Christmas: Popular Bay Tradition Grows

December may be the month for mistletoe and holly, but it’s also time to raise the crab basket tree, that uniquely Chesapeake tradition that celebrates the season, Bay culture and the men and women who make their living on its waters. Year by year, the crab basket tree trend grows, with seven different towns each now displaying its own version.

Teen arrested for bringing loaded ghost gun to Central High School

CAPITOL HEIGHTS, MD – A 16-year-old student at Central High School in Capitol Heights was arrested after he brought a loaded gun to school Tuesday. A student was arrested by the Prince George’s County Police Department Tuesday morning for possessing a handgun on the premises of Central High School.  The School Resource Officer and security personnel at Prince George’s County Public Schools were alerted shortly after 10:00 am by a teacher that a 16-year-old male student was armed. An un-serialized ghost gun (loaded) was recovered from the jacket of that student. He was taken into custody. The student is charged The post Teen arrested for bringing loaded ghost gun to Central High School appeared first on Shore News Network.

Anne Arundel County Police disable social media comments section

MILLERSVILLE, Md. — The Anne Arundel County Police Department has disabled the comment section on all of its social media pages. The department says there's an increase of scammers and "catfishers" preying on regular commenters. In a Facebook post, the department says the online climate has become more divisive...
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Museum Breaks Ground for New Pavilion

Like the weather on the Bay, water access in Annapolis continues to shift and intensify, but those involved with the Annapolis Maritime Museum see fair weather on the horizon. The Annapolis Maritime Museum broke ground last week for a new 2,600-square-foot pavilion. The Merrill Family Pavilion will be used for education and event programming at the museum and is expected to be finished in April 2023.

ACAN Provides So Much With So Few Funds

Diana Taylor, volunteer executive director of Asbury Church Assistance Network’s nonprofit charity, said that individuals who suffer from food insecurity don’t fit in a certain category. “This is a multicultural problem that impacts people from all segments of society,” Taylor said. “People would be surprised by how many...
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DNR Secretary’s Message – December 2022

ANNAPOLIS,Md. – Maryland State Parks will again mark the new year by offering hike opportunities from December 30, 2022 through January 2, 2023. First Day Hikes are part of a nationwide initiative led by America’s State Parks that encourages all 50 states to offer outdoor hiking opportunities to start the new year. They are a great way to start the new year!

Maryland Walgreens Thief Escapes Store After Lunging For Loose Change

Police are asking for the public's help identifying a man who snatched money from a Walgreens cashier in Odenton, authorities say. Images of the suspect were released in an effort to help identify him after he robbed the Walgreens in the 8300 block of Piney Orchard Parkway around 8 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 26, according to Anne Arundel County police.

Restaurant Employee Locked in Freezer During Robbery in Annapolis

Police say robbers entered a restaurant on the 100 block of Main Street in Annapolis and demanded that a woman who works there open the safe. When she couldn't open it they locked her in a walk-in freezer and stole her purse. This happened early on Saturday morning at about 1:30 and police are still investigating.

Former West Lanham Hills Firefighter Sentenced For Intentionally Setting Vacant House Blazes

A volunteer firefighter in Maryland who sparked, not fought several blazes at vacant homes in Prince George's County has been sentenced, the state's attorney announced. Jeremy Hawkins, a former West Lanham Hills Volunteer firefighter, has been sentenced to 15 years each on two counts of arson, with all but time served suspended, followed by three years supervised probation and a requirement to serve 120 hours of community service, according to Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy.

Police investigate death of man found in car

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. (DC News Now) — Police said that a 74-year-old man was found dead in a car in the river on Sunday. They were working to determine what caused his death. Officers first responded around 10:38 a.m. when they received reports of a car in the river near Edwards Ferry Road. They found […]

Bits & Bites: New whiskey distillery opens in Westminster, Texas brisket smokes Baltimore, and tacos with tequila in Anne Arundel

For many bar and restaurant owners, the hospitality business is a deeply personal venture. Baltimore is filled with dining spots with rich back stories. In this week’s column, I share two new businesses that were born out of passion, one for whiskey, and the other for smoked meats. I also have updates to share about the old Red Emma’s space in Mt. Vernon and a new restaurant in Anne Arundel ...

NCAA Football: Army at Navy

Dec 14, 2019; Philadelphia, PA, USA; (editors note; tilt shift lens used to create effect) General view as Army Cadets march onto the field before a game between the Army Black Knights and the Navy Midshipmen at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports