Souls to the Polls encourage early voting

Nearly three dozen churches in Anne Arundel county are teaming up on Sunday, October 30th to get their congregations out to the polls. “Souls to the Polls” is an initiative to encourage early voting to impact both the local and national results.

Maryland shelter assists with aftermath resulting from Hurricane Matthew

Anne Arundel County’s SCPA is working to make more room for Hurricane Matthew rescue dogs. The shelter had already taken in seven hurricane rescues from South Carolina, but now regions of the state with unexpected flooding are turning to Maryland for help.

Tri-county opioid summit educates the community about the most addictive drug

The deadly consequences of the opioid epidemic in Maryland are on the rise. State legislators, health care workers and law enforcement officials held a summit sponsored by Anne Arundel, Harford and Howard county executives to educate the community about the dangers of opioid addiction.

Maryland House of Delegates Votes to Override 2 Hogan Vetoes

This move reflects the sometimes-tense relations between the Republican governor and the Democratic-controlled General Assembly.

Cricket Across Maryland: Growing a sport one fundamental at a time

It may not be football, basketball, or baseball… but cricket is making it’s presence felt among kids in Maryland.

Blacksmith Guild Forges New Path

Blacksmithing may not be a popular hobby in the 21st century, but a special club in Anne Arundel County is continuing to hammer away at this centuries-old craft.

READ ACROSS AMERICA DAY: Celebrating Dr.Seuss’ Birthday

State Comptroller Peter Franchot and students from Walter S. Mills-Parole Elementary School attend Read Across America Event at Anne Arundel County Library.

Maryland’s Senate Race Heats Up

Minority whip Kathy Szeliga entered Maryland’s Senate race on Tuesday, but the eye of the public still lies on the Democratic primary.

Maryland Co-ops Not Worried About Closing

Amidst rising concerns surrounding health co-ops shutting down in various parts of the United States, Marylanders have nothing to worry about as state co-op is going strong.

No Suprises for Maryland in 2014 US Census Bureau Data

There weren’t any surprises for Maryland when the United States Census Bureau released its population estimates for 2014.