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Police & Fire
Police are asking residents between Hanover and Severn to keep an eye out for potential burglaries.
Government, Police & Fire
Anne Arundel County Police Chief Larry Tolliver announced his resignation Tuesday afternoon, in a letter that says the decision was not "stimulated" by negative claims about the department.
John Leopold, former Anne Arundel County executive, left jail Friday after serving a 30-day sentence for misconduct.
The West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce commended the work of a few members, and heard from Anne Arundel County Executive Laura Neuman.
Police followed a man after seeing him struggle with an employee inside a Royal Farms in Linthicum.
A few local wrestlers went to the state tournament in College Park this weekend.
Police say the man died from injuries sustained in an assault on campus.
The Anne Arundel County Attorney received an opinion that the county's charter disqualifies council members from being appointed county executive.
Fans gathered at the Inner Harbor to cheer on the Ravens as they left for New Orleans on Monday.
Stores in Odenton, Severn and Gambrills were among those that could face fines following a two-month investigation.
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