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Drop Off Non-perishables at Edgewater Liquors This Week to Help Maryland Food Bank

Sharing this item from Eye on Annapolis: CANnapolis (“Because we CAN make a difference!”) is a summer-long canned food drive, providing area restaurants and liquor stores an opportunity to support the Maryland Food Bank in the fight against hunger. Katcef Brothers and radio partner, WRNR Radio will be promoting nine CANnapolis events throughout the Annapolis, Severna […]

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BIZ NOTES: Joy Kids Learning Mayo Celebrates Grand Opening on Tuesday

Joy Kids Learning Center (JKLC) is pleased to celebrate its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, July 8, at 9 a.m. and an open house from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Their new location is at 1133 Carrs Wharf Road in Edgewater. Southern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce officials are scheduled to […]

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Business Q&A: En-tice-ment Stables and En-tice-ment Farm Raised Meats

Deana Tice, along with her husband, niece and brother-in-law, runs two businesses in Harwood, Maryland: En-tice-ment Stables and En-tice-ment Farm Raised Meats. She leases close to 300 acres from Obligation Farm for her equestrian education center and uses 80 acres of the family farm to raise her animals. She also employs two full-time and 12 […]

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BIZ NOTES: Dr. Kevin Clark Joins Pediatric Group in Davidsonville, Crofton and Severna Park

The Pediatric Group, with offices in Crofton, Davidsonville and Severna Park, Maryland, is pleased to announce that Kevin Clark, MD has joined the practice partnership. Dr. Clark is a 1988 graduate of Murray State University. He obtained his medical degree in 1992 from University of Kentucky College of Medicine as a Dean’s Scholar, and was […]

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Ray and Della Glenn Win ‘Gene Hall Community Service Award’

Ray and Della Glenn have been involved in the community for a long time. So it came as no surprise that a friend wanted them to tag along to a Southern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce meeting last week. Once they were on site at Reilly Benefits in Churchton, the Glenn’s were ambushed with the […]

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County Zoning Officer Denies Renaissance Festival Move to South County

Anne Arundel County Planning and Zoning administrative hearing officer Douglas Clark Hollman denied the Renaissance Festival‘s request for a special exception, and two variances, to relocate the festival to a 225-acre parcel of land off of Upper Pindell Road in Lothian. The denial came in the form of an 18-page decision just six days after […]

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