Friday, February 1, 2013
A group of 52 Anne Arundel County teachers will be honored at the 27th annual Excellence in Education banquet in April.
Seventeen Anne Arundel County public educators and four private school teachers have been named semifinalists for the 2013 Anne Arundel County Teacher of the Year award. Of the educators nominated, five are elementary school teachers, six teach at the middle school level, five teach at the high school level, and one teaches at a special school. Furthermore, ten of the county’s 12 high school clusters are represented by semifinalists. The 17 public school finalists are: The four private school finalists are: A group of 52 Anne Arundel County teachers will be honored at the 27th annual Excellence in Education banquet at the BWI Marriott in Linthicum on April 29. Five finalists for the 2012 Anne Arundel County Public Schools Teacher of …
Monday, January 16, 2012
Area residents gathered at La Fontaine Bleue on Friday night to honor awardees recognized for working to carry out the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
Hundreds gathered at La Fontaine Bleue in Glen Burnie to recognize a group of people who were awarded for working to carry out the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Check back later in the week for a profile of Geraldine Lippman, who received the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drum Major award, and a video with portions of the keynote speech, given by King's daughter Bernice A. King.
Thursday, May 19, 2011
Recipients went the extra mile to do their job and earn the "title of hero," according to Anne Arundel County police chief.
A banquet held Wednesday night honored police officers and civilians who have saved lives, prevented crimes, solved cases and used technology to help keep Anne Arundel County safe. The 19th annual awards banquet was held at Michael’s Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie. Chief of Police Col. James Teare Sr. said those who received awards went the extra mile to do their job or to help someone else. "They recognized danger, but did not run from it," he said. "They have earned the title of hero. I would like to thank the families for sharing their loved ones with us every day." Majors Ed Bergin and Thomas Wilson assisted Teare with the distribution of certificates. The Anne Arundel County Police Foundation also provided colored ribbons for uniforms …