Tuesday, May 21, 2013
The basketball standout has committed to play at Baltimore City Community College
The number of Arundel basketball players who have committed to play in college keeps getting longer. Keaton Mack, a two-year starter at Arundel, said he will play at Baltimore City Community College this fall. He joins two other former Wildcats who will play collegiately, including Ryan Hill (Stevenson) and Austin Carrol (Eastern). Teammate Aaron Lewis-Cenales has committed to play football at New Hampshire. Mack helped lead Arundel to a 22-4 record this past season. He averaged 8.5 points, 5.7 assists, two rebounds and two steals per game.
About 100 people gather at the library, largely in opposition to the plan to put a tower on the grounds of Piney Orchard Elementary School
Many residents of Piney Orchard said they opposed a plan to place a wireless communications tower at the community's elementary school, raising concerns about property values and health. About 100 packed into a room at the West County Area Library on Monday evening and heard from officials from Milestone Communications and Verizon, who have proposed building a 99-foot monopole behind the school. Companies said there is a gap in cell phone coverage spanning much of the community. Officials said Piney Orchard Elementary School was an attractive site due to its relatively high elevation. Jessica O'Kane, a member of the Piney Orchard Community Association Board of Directors, and a parent of students at the school, said she believed the …
Monday, May 20, 2013
The Volunteer Tea Recognition will take place May 23.
Blogger and teacher Babara Dziedzic offers some tips on how to get away with some senior pranks without crossing the line
Sunday, May 19, 2013
The tower is proposed for the grounds on Piney Orchard Elementary School.
Residents of Piney Orchard will gather Monday for a meeting to discuss a proposed cell tower at the community's elementary school. Milestone Communications has proposed building a 99-foot tower at Piney Orchard Elementary School, in order to assist Verizon in improving its mobile phone coverage. The community meeting, which is required by law, will be held Monday at 7 p.m. at the West County Area Library. The Anne Arundel County Board of Education reviewed the proposal on April 3. It does not need to vote on the plan, as it already has an approved Master Leasing Agreement with Milestone. Under the agreement, the school system receives 40 percent of all rent revenues from the tower and a $25,000 one-time payment. It will also receive $5,…
Did you attend the Arundel High School prom? Share your photos from the event here
Arundel High School held its senior prom on Friday evening at M&T Bank Stadium. Students can share photos from the prom and after-prom events right here on Patch. Simply upload your photos clicking the “Upload Photos and Videos” button above the main image. See Also:
The camp with Arundel boys basketball head coach Jeff Starr will take place from June 24-27.
Young people looking to hone their hoops skills this summer can get some practice during a four-day camp at Arundel High School next month. Arundel boys basketball head coach Jeff Starr will host the camp from June 24-27. The camp runs from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day and is open to children from eight years old to entering 9th grade. The camp will include lessons in fundamentals and tactics, plus full-court and side court games. The cost is $175. To register, go to www.PremierSportsAcad.com. For questions, email ArundelBoysBasketball@yahoo.com
Friday, May 17, 2013
School of the Incarnation invites parents and children to check out it's new "Little Knights" program
Thursday, May 16, 2013
Police say an 18-year-old Baltimore man made threats for personal reasons, and there was no evidence of any real threat to student safety
Anne Arundel County police arrested an 18-year-old Baltimore man Thursday, after he was accused of threatening to plant bombs near the Old Mill school complex in Millersville. Police said an investigation revealed there was no real threat to student safety but they arrested Matthew Permenter of Jack Place in Baltimore, charging him with several counts of making threats and false statements. Permenter reportedly made the threats on social media. Police spokesman Justin Mulcahy said an investigation determined Permenter made the threat because he was frustrated about being unable to attend the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, which takes place Friday night at the Old Mill complex. Police said that the school resource officer at the…
The 6-5 loss to North County marked the end of the season for the Wildcats.
The Arundel Wildcats' dream of another regional baseball championship ended in extra innings Wednesday. Arundel fell 6-5 in 10 innings to North County in the regional semifinals of the MPSSAA Class 4A baseball tournament. North County will next host the regional championship game against South River, which won 4-0 Wednesday over Broadneck. South River Boys Move on in Lacrosse The South River boys lacrosse team won the Class 3A/4A East regional title with a 10-3 win over Chesapeake on Wednesday. The Seahawks will next play Howard High School in the state final four. The South River girls lacrosse team, however, fell 14-13 to Broadneck.