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  1. Police: Man pulled out gun during Glen Burnie road rage incidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 18 | The Maryland Gazette

    Timothy Patrick McGarrahan, 40, of Millersville, was arrested and charged with assault and weapons offenses after police say he pointed a gun at a fellow motorist in Glen Burnie on April 15. Timothy Patrick McGarrahan, 40, of Millersville, was arrested and charged with assault and weapons offenses after police say he pointed a gun at a fellow motorist in Glen Burnie on April 15. A Millersville man faces assault and weapons charges after police say he pointed a handgun at a fellow motorist during a road rage incident in Glen Burnie on Sunday. Anne Arundel County police said a woman told officers at the Eastern District Station on Sunday at 5:12 p.m. a man pointed a gun at her after cutting her off while driving on Route 100.

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  2. Around Pasadena: History comes alive at Hancock's ResolutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 11 | The Maryland Gazette

    Dressed in colonial gentry, Dawn Schneider was the featured presenter at opening day of Hancock's Resolution in Pasadena April 8. Although she wore clothing typical for colonial gentry, or upper class, her mannequin wore clothes a "middling," or middle class, woman would wear. Dressed in colonial gentry, Dawn Schneider was the featured presenter at opening day of Hancock's Resolution in Pasadena April 8. Although she wore clothing typical for colonial gentry, or upper class, her mannequin wore clothes a "middling," or middle class, woman would wear.

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  3. Anne Arundel indictment: 2016 death of Pasadena man in prison tied to Aryan BrotherhoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 9 | The Maryland Gazette

    Police and prosecutors have linked the 2016 killing of a Pasadena man at the Jessup Correctional Institution to the Aryan Brotherhood, a white supremacist gang that has grown largely through prisons over the past 50 years. Four men - Calvin Lockner, 36, of Baltimore; Joseph Leissler, 49; Brian William Hare, 29, of Glen Burnie and Vincent Bunner, 25, of Pasadena - have been indicted in the death of John Albert O'Sullivan, 43, of Pasadena on Aug. 14, 2016, court records show.

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  4. Fight with 'racial overtones' breaks out at troubled Chesapeake HighRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 6 | The Maryland Gazette

    On Friday, Chesapeake High Principal Stephen Gorski sent a letter home to parents saying a fight with racial overtones had broken out at the school. The Capital's Rachael Pacella discusses the story.

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  5. Goetzke, Harris step down from Anne Arundel Circuit CourtRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 6 | The Maryland Gazette

    Judge Paul F. Harris, left, retired Feb. 25 after reaching the mandatory retirement age of 70. Judge Paul G. Goetzke, will step down in June after filing for medical disability retirement. Judge Paul F. Harris, left, retired Feb. 25 after reaching the mandatory retirement age of 70. Judge Paul G. Goetzke, will step down in June after filing for medical disability retirement.

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  6. After Meagan Simonaire's speech, four colleagues didn't vote on conversion therapy banRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 6 | The Maryland Gazette

    Four Anne Arundel County delegates did not vote on a bill banning licensed medical professionals from practicing conversion therapy on children despite a personal speech from a Republican colleague. Nic Kipke, Sid Saab, Michael Malone, and Seth Howard did not cast a vote after Del.

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  7. Pasadena delegate says her father, a state senator, sought conversion therapy for herRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 4 | The Maryland Gazette

    The Pasadena Republican said she came out to her family as bisexual and her family sought conversion therapy as an option. The Pasadena Republican said she came out to her family as bisexual and her family sought conversion therapy as an option.

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  8. With one week until Sine Die, a look at the status of Anne Arundel...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 31 | The Maryland Gazette

    Delegates and senators give a standing ovation during comments about the state's opioid crisis during Gov. Larry Hogan's State of the State address in the House of Delegates chamber to a joint session of the Maryland General Assembly. Delegates and senators give a standing ovation during comments about the state's opioid crisis during Gov. Larry Hogan's State of the State address in the House of Delegates chamber to a joint session of the Maryland General Assembly.

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  9. Pasadena man pleads guilty to DUI in fatal 2016 motorcycle crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 30 | The Maryland Gazette

    A Pasadena man charged in a fatal 2016 motorcycle crash pleaded guilty to driving under the influence Thursday, avoiding vehicular homicide charges. Brian Robert Dies, 51, will serve five years supervised probation and pay $25,000 in restitution to the family of Teresa Lynn Rauh, who died after Dies crashed his 2007 Harley-Davidson motorcycle into a car.

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  10. Maryland State Police say yellow alert for pedestrian struck issued in errorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 29 | The Maryland Gazette

    A yellow alert issued Thursday by Maryland State Police for a report of a pedestrian struck and a driver fleeing the scene was issued in error. Ron Snyder, a state police spokesman, said around 9:30 a.m. that the alert has been canceled.

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  11. Anne Arundel sheriff on the trail of thieves who stole his campaign signsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 23 | The Maryland Gazette

    Anne Arundel County Sheriff Ron Bateman, discusses school safety measures and what he thinks should be done in the county, in light of the recent school shooting in Florida. Anne Arundel County Sheriff Ron Bateman, discusses school safety measures and what he thinks should be done in the county, in light of the recent school shooting in Florida.

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  12. Marijuana group confident despite Anne Arundel's turn against cannabis businessRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 22 | The Maryland Gazette

    Dr. Gina Berman is confident her legal team has made the best case for allowing her company to build a medical marijuana dispensary in Anne Arundel County, even though County Executive Steve Schuh is trying to squeeze the budding business out of the county. Berman is the medical director of Maryland Physician Partners.

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  13. Around Pasadena: Longtime firefighter shares passion for professionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 21 | The Maryland Gazette

    Russell Schlick, 84 of Pasadena, became a volunteer firefighter in 1948. He is a member of Riviera Beach Volunteer Fire Company in Pasadena.

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  14. Glen Burnie: BeMoreCaring moves into Anne ArundelRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 19, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    A line of 135 people waited in the parking lot of Harundale Plaza March 17 for a hot lunch from BeMoreCaring, which offers a weekly outreach to the area homeless. A line of 135 people waited in the parking lot of Harundale Plaza March 17 for a hot lunch from BeMoreCaring, which offers a weekly outreach to the area homeless.

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  15. Around Pasadena: Astronomer/author encourages students to chase their passionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 14, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    Alan Smale, astronomer at Goddard Space Flight Center and author of the trilogy "Clash of Eagles," speaks with Chesapeake High School junior Brandon McBride during Read Across America on March 6. Alan Smale, astronomer at Goddard Space Flight Center and author of the trilogy "Clash of Eagles," speaks with Chesapeake High School junior Brandon McBride during Read Across America on March 6. By day, Crofton resident Alan Smale is an astronomer who works as the director of the High Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt; he also researches the physics of black holes and neutron stars.

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  16. West County: Prom for senior dogs set for March 23Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 14, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    Senior Dog Sanctuary residents Andy and Lily are ready for the Severn nonprofit's first Senior Dog Prom scheduled for March 23 at Kurtz's Beach in Pasadena. Senior Dog Sanctuary residents Andy and Lily are ready for the Severn nonprofit's first Senior Dog Prom scheduled for March 23 at Kurtz's Beach in Pasadena.

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  17. Homicide charges dropped in fatal Anne Arundel overdose casesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 12, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    A number of homicide-related charges have been dropped from criminal cases involving fatal drug overdoses, despite Anne Arundel's law enforcement agencies hoping the offenses would serve as a deterrent to other dealers. Out of five cases in the county where police say an alleged dealer sold someone a fatal dose of drugs - typically either heroin or fentanyl - three grand jury indictments over the past few months have returned charges not including either involuntary manslaughter or second-degree murder.

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  18. Around Pasadena: Rotary crab soup cook-off benefits local studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 7, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    Pasadena resident Jack Mandley get a bowl of cream of crab soup from Biagio Carannante and Pasquale Carannante of Bella Napoli at the fifth annual Rotary Club of Lake Shore's crab soup cook-off at KurtzA's Beach in 2014. This year's cook-off is set for March 25. Pasadena resident Jack Mandley get a bowl of cream of crab soup from Biagio Carannante and Pasquale Carannante of Bella Napoli at the fifth annual Rotary Club of Lake Shore's crab soup cook-off at KurtzA's Beach in 2014.

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  19. Pasadena man sentenced to 40 years for attempted murderRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    Tyrone Darrell Mann, 31, of Pasadena, was sentenced by Circuit Court Judge Stacy W. McCormack to 40 years in prison for attempted second degree murder and related charges. Tyrone Darrell Mann, 31, of Pasadena, was sentenced by Circuit Court Judge Stacy W. McCormack to 40 years in prison for attempted second degree murder and related charges.

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  20. Anne Arundel schools focus on training, access in assuring securityRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    The door was locked. The reporter was buzzed in using a video-enabled telecom system that allows staff in the office to hear and see visitors - that kind of system is in every school in the county.

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