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Schools To Offer Evening Meals to Students
Five Glen Burnie elementary schools will participate as part of the Child and Adult Care Food Program.
School-by-School Breakdown of Superintendent's Proposed Capital Budget
See what it is proposed for Glen Burnie schools in the future, as the superintendent recommended requesting nearly $48 million from the state to pay for county building and design projects.
Police, School Work Together to Keep Student Safe
In an effort to highlight the dangers of young people communicating online, the police released information about a recent case but asks that no one reveal the identities of those involved.
Man Exposes Himself at Park, Police Say
Police took a camera and iPad from the man's van after they charged him with indecent exposure at Sawmill Creek Park.
LETTER: Time Needed for Feedback on Treatment Facility
Councilman Peter Smith (D-District 1) is requesting additional time for residents to comment on plans for a Waste-to-Energy treatment facility in Curtis Bay.
New Law About Broken Traffic Lights Starts Oct. 1
Maryland drivers who fail to stop and check for pedestrians at nonfunctioning traffic signals will soon face larger fines and points on their licenses.
BGE CEO Suggests 'Selectively' Burying Power Lines
At a hearing with the PSC, the chief executive officer supported the utility's decision to withhold information from officials to protect customers' privacy.
Man Charged After Allegedly Stealing Lawn Ornaments
Police say Jason Jacobs of Brooklyn Park was arrested Saturday and charged with theft and driving on suspended or revoked license.