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A look at the top headlines of the week in Anne Arundel County
Government, Police & Fire
Robert Ray will step down effective May 1 after 35 years with the department.
New table games at Hollywood Casino helped draw more gamblers, while other casinos in the state saw revenue increases
BWI Marshall Airport introduces two "cardio loops" allowing travelers to get some exercise while waiting for their flights.
Speaking in Gambrills on Tuesday, Mike Livingston of the Bank of Glen Burnie says economic conditions are gradually improving despite some "headwinds."
Plans for new districts in Anne Arundel County from council members Jerry Walker and Chris Trumbauer fall short of the five votes necessary for approval.
Maryland Live! saw revenue rise from $35.9 million in January to $38.34 million in February.
The county had cut raises for the deputies in 2009, citing the bad economy.
Five Republicans looking to be appointed as the next Anne Arundel county executive spoke in Odenton Thursday night. The county council will hold a meeting on Feb. 21 to vote on candidates.
Maryland Live! saw revenue decline slightly despite the first full month of 24-hour gambling.
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