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Government, The Neighborhood Files
Nine local artists are among the 21 selected to participate in the Anne Arundel County Commission on Disability Issues' first art exhibit.
Government, Local Connections
While some residents hold strong opinions about the two remaining candidates, most said they are simply frustrated that their district has been without representation for more than a month.
The Ferndale resident has waited nearly a month as the County Council works to select a candidate to fill the open seat.
Government, Police & Fire
The International Brotherhood of Police Officers, which represents the sergeants and lieutenants of the Anne Arundel County Police Department, released a press release on Monday calling for the resignations.
Maryland legislators will meet beginning Oct. 17 for a special session to pass Congressional redistricting before the start of the 2012 legislative session, according to a press release from the governor's office.
The Office of the Maryland State Prosecutor is investigating whether County Executive John R. Leopold misused government resources last year.
The board rejected last-minute amendments proposed in an effort to address the achievement gap.
The $968 million budget would fund capital projects such as buying new textbooks and enclosing open-space classrooms.
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