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  • Fun And Safety Go Hand In Hand At RISE For Autism Safety FairExclusive

    RISE for Autism clients and supporters can learn more about safety while enjoying the carnival atmosphere at the nonprofit’s Sensory Friendly Safety Fair, which will be held Sunday, April 19, 2:00pm-5:00pm, at Ruth Eason School, located at 648 Old Mill Road in Millersville.
    The fair will be a wonderful opportunity for individuals with autism, their caregivers and anyone else who is interested to learn more about Anne Arundel County’s safety program. Participants will meet first responders, observe a K-9 safety demonstration, tour emergency vehicles and learn about the mobile crisis unit. RISE for Autism will also introduce a GPS tracking device that helps protect individuals...

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  • Indian Creek Girls Lacrosse Honored At State House

    Being a champion has its perks, as the Indian Creek girls lacrosse team found out when they were honored at the State House on Friday, March 27, for winning the last two Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland C Conference championships. Rubbing elbows with local leaders and getting out...

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  • Sinclair Prosser Law To Hold Estate Planning SeminarsExclusive

    Want to learn about estate planning? Call now to reserve your seat for a free seminar offered by Sinclair Prosser Law. Upcoming dates, times and locations include:
    Tuesday, March 3, from 10:00am to 11:30am at the Hilton Garden Inn Waldorf (10385 O’Donnell Place, Waldorf), continental breakfast served.
    Wednesday, March 4, from 10:00am to 11:30am at Rod ‘n’ Reel Waterfront (4160 Mears Avenue, Chesapeake Beach), continental breakfast served.
    Thursday, March 5, from 7:00pm to 8:30pm at Comfort Inn (US 50/301 at MD 3, Bowie), refreshments served.
    Friday, March 6, from 10:00am to 11:30am at Historic London Town and Gardens Pavilion (839 Londontown Road, Edgewater),...
  • For nearly 35 years, Dr. Jeffrey Cranska has treated his dentistry patients in a way that is minimally invasive and beneficial for long-term health.

    Dr. Cranska Uses Innovative Methods To Comfort Patients

    Many people are scared of the dentist, and for good reason. The sound of whining drills and torturous scalpels does not offer much appeal. But at Dr. Jeffrey Cranska’s Family and Laser Dentistry, there is no reason to be afraid. For nearly 40 years, the practitioner has used high-tech methods...
  • Sheehy Lexus Celebrates 25 Years

    Sheehy Lexus of Annapolis, located at 121 Ferguson Road along Route 50, will celebrate its 25th anniversary with the release of two new models. Recently, Greg Kitzens, Lexus eastern area general manager, Vince Sheehy, owner of the Annapolis store, and Paul LaRochelle, Annapolis general manager,...
  • UnLIMBited Tree Service began 14 years ago when founder and owner Charles “Chuck” Preslipsky started doing tree-care jobs to supplement his work as a D.C. firefighter. He developed a good business sense and decided to dedicate his skills to starting his own company.

    UnLIMBited Tree Service Inc. Offers Professional Insight, Service

    Trees – when they’re properly maintained, they can make any piece of property healthier and more aesthetically pleasing, but when they’re neglected, they can be a nuisance or even a safety hazard. For Maryland homeowners who lack the knowledge or time for proper tree care, or who...

School & YouthSchool

  • Over the weekend of March 14 and 15, the Dynamos team of Athletic Performance Inc. defeated three solid teams from Region I in claiming their first Jefferson Cup title.

    U10G API Select Dynamos Win Jefferson Cup

    Congratulations to the U10 girls Athletic Performance Inc. (API) select Dynamos soccer team on their Jefferson Cup championship. Over the weekend of March 14 and 15, the girls defeated three solid teams from Region I in claiming their first Jefferson Cup title. After losing the first game to...

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  • Making Progress Toward Improving Anne Arundel County

    This month, our administration celebrated 100 days in office. While there is still much work left to be done, I am happy to report we have made progress in making our county the best place to live, work and start a business in Maryland.

    First, county government is fully staffed and operational. The team we have put in place has the perfect mix of experience and fresh ideas. After one of the fastest transitions in county history, all 34 appointees are hard at work, doing their part to make our county stronger.

    Second, we are putting together a budget that reflects a bold vision for our county. Each department has submitted budget requests that reflect our priorities, and work is well...
  • School Facility Study A First Step To Smaller Schools

    Our students deserve the best, and I believe that it is the mission of county government to support our school system in its efforts to ensure an excellent education for our children. I am committed to working with the Board of Education and Superintendent Dr. George Arlotto to close the...
  • Making Progress In Maryland

    From the rich blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean to the rolling mountains of the Appalachians, Maryland is an incredible state. Thank you for the honor, privilege and opportunity to represent the great 33rd district for the next four years. The 435th session is at full speed, and I am happy to...
  • A Look At Governor Hogan’s Budget

    The Maryland Constitution requires the Maryland General Assembly to approve a balanced budget each year during the 90-day legislative session. This is the only requirement made of the General Assembly in our constitution. This means that the General Assembly cannot adjourn after 90 days if it has...

Health & FitnessHealth & Fitness

  • Drink Up On World Kidney Day, March 12Exclusive

    March 12 is World Kidney Day, and the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) is asking Americans to drink a glass of water to celebrate their kidneys. Consuming plenty of fluid helps the kidneys clear waste and toxins from the body. Studies have also shown that increasing fluid intake is one of the best ways to prevent the formation of painful kidney stones.
    The right level of fluid intake for any individual depends on many factors, including gender, exercise, climate, health conditions, pregnancy and breastfeeding. In addition, those with advanced kidney disease or kidney failure often have to restrict their fluid intake. In general, drinking 1.5 to 2 liters (3 to 4 pints) of water per day is...

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