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Imagine Your Story with Anne Arundel County Library’s Summer Reading Program

If there’s ever a year for a good summer book, this is it. And that goes for our kids, too! To...

Tune In For the “Let’s Talk Justice” Student Forum at 6 PM June 16

“Let’s Talk Justice: Student Stories … Student Voices” will run live from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 16. The...

Calling All AA County Parents – Apply To Be On The Superintendent’s Parent Involvement Advisory Committee

If you have always wanted to share your thoughts and ideas about family engagement in schools, now is your chance! Anne...

Calling All Mask Makers for Masks4Annapolis!

The City of Annapolis is looking for local mask makers to get creative and give generously to the new #Masks4Annapolis initiative, which aims to...

National Museum of African American History and Culture Launches Talking About Race Online Portal

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture has launched a new online portal designed to help individuals, families, and communities talk...

Step to Accept Virtual Fun Run for Gigi’s Playhouse

Help this volunteer-based business continue to educate and inspire with a virtual run/walk/ride. GiGi’s Playhouse Annapolis, which serves over 400 families...

West Annapolis Pop Up Pantry Helps Local Families in Need

Not long after the coronavirus hit in Maryland, Diana Love and her friend Amy Marshall learned that a man who frequently worked in their...

Look Cool and Give Back—Buy a Tee for a Good Cause

Inspired by the quote, "Start where you are, and work with what you have," local screenprinters Blk Ankr Originals is using their special skill set...

Maryland Children’s Health Program

With many parents experiencing job loss due to the coronavirus, for some this has also meant a loss of benefits, including health insurance. Fortunately...

AA County Resources – From Health Insurance to Pantries, Soup Kitchens and Pet, Baby, and Senior Pantries

For families struggling with basic necessities during the Coronavirus pandemic, resources are available for those in need. Food Assistance: The...

Calling Gamers of All Ages— NASA Wants Your Help!

NASA invites gamers and citizen scientists to join them on virtual ocean research expeditions to map the world's coral reefs. Whether...

Putting on a Brave Face

Local residents create masks for health care workers during COVID-19 pandemic. By Dylan Roche In a time of great uncertainty, many...

Happy Helpers for the Homeless Continues Outreach Through Coronavirus

Homelessness does not take a break through a pandemic. Happy Helpers for the Homless continues to serve Maryland families through the Coronavirus, but needs...

Face Mask 101—It Doesn’t Have To Be Complicated

The CDC now recommends everyone wear a face mask when outside your home. No need to panic, you do not need an N95 mask...

Young Dylan Makes his Debut on Nickelodeon

Achieving fame at a young age is not easy, but for Annapolis resident Dylan Gilmer—now best known to audiences as the titular character on...

DC Environmental Film Festival Now Online!

Budding environmentalist at home? Check out the reindeer herders of Finland, the dolphins of Baritaria Bay, bee hives in Detroit and everything you can...

Maryland Expands Response to COVID-19 With Healthcare Open Enrollment

With many Marylanders now facing a loss of benefits, Governor Hogan has announced efforts to open healthcare enrollment for the uninsured ...

Anne Arundel County Schools Expand Meal Program During Coronavirus

Children can receive meals, courtesy of the Food and Nutrician Services program of Anne Arundel County Public Schools. Updated with additional...

Talking to your kids about Coronavirus

Concern over the coronavirus is making everyone anxious. From worrying about supplies and food, to the spread of the virus, to...

Annapolis Head Start Expanding And On The Move To Edgewater

Early Head Start announces a new Edgewater location with additional classrooms, more teachers and the opportunity for more local families to access services. ...
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The Importance of Early Orthodontic Treatment

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Navigating the World of Telemedicine

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How Can Orthodontic Treatment Help You or Your Child?

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