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Neuman received a preview of Freedom Bound: Runaways of the Chesapeake, an exhibit that begins in the 1720s and ends in the 1860s at the Historic Annapolis Museum.
On Thursday night, the County Council voted in Laura Neuman—an economic development official from Howard County.
Anne Arundel County Council is set to appoint the next executive on Feb. 21.
Several agencies from across the county will meet at Anne Arundel Community College on Tuesday to discuss solutions to preventing tragedies close to home.
The public is invited to ask questions and speak with potential candidates on Thursday night at the library in Odenton.
Artists of all ages with disabilities who reside in Anne Arundel County are encouraged to submit up to three original works.
The president will be attending a meeting at the Westin Annapolis hotel on Wednesday.
Government, Sports, The Neighborhood Files
Drivers on Harry S. Truman Parkway are stopping to get a better look at the statue dressed like Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis.
The state concluded an investigation into Dr. Wakhweya, but did not provide findings to Anne Arundel County Council members.
Charges were filed in the August boat accident on the Magothy River involving state Delegate Don Dwyer in Anne Arundel County.
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