Wednesday, May 22, 2013
The Glen Burnie softball team will face Sherwood High School in the State Finals on Saturday, at the University of Maryland.
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The Glen Burnie High School softball team beat Eleanor Roosevelt High School, from Greenbelt, in the state semi-finals Tuesday, according to the MPSSAA website. Glen Burnie was a fourth seed in the east bracket, and beat Roosevelt–the first seeded team in the south bracket–by a score of 13-1. This was the fourth victory for the gophers in this year's tournament. The gophers will face Sherwood High School in the State Finals at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, at the University of Maryland College Park.
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Eric Woodson is coaching the Glen Burnie High School football team, after turning Northwestern into a winning program.
Eric Woodson was named the new football coach for Glen Burnie High School last month, and he will be working to turn around his second football program, reports The Capital-Gazette. Woodson spent the past eight years transforming the program at Northwest High School in Baltimore City from a 2-7 record in 2004 to a playoff team by his fourth year, according to the report. It has been more than a decade since Glen Burnie has earned a winning record, and Woodson is taking over a team that managed three wins last year. What record do you think the Glen Burnie Gophers can achieve in 2013? Tell us in the comments.
Saturday, May 4, 2013
Any Glen Burnie students heading to the prom? Keep Patch in mind after you're all dressed and ready to go and share your pictures here.
Patch would like to wish all of the Glen Burnie students heading to the National Aquarium a fun and safe prom on Saturday night. Keep Patch in mind as you get dressed and share your pictures here before you head out for the night. Simply upload your photos clicking the “Upload Photos and Videos” button above the main image. To start the gallery off, here's a picture of me cheesing for the camera with my friend Chris, before jumping in the limousine for the Stephen Decatur High School prom in Ocean City.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
The officer said the bathroom was known as a location where smoking took place, according to reports.
An investigative report reveals that the Anne Arundel County police officer who installed a camera in a bathroom at Glen Burnie High School was attempting to stop students from smoking, according to The Capital. The police department immediately relieved the officer, Allen Marcus, of his duties to investigate when the camera was discovered on March 20, and he has since been reassigned to non-school duties. Marcus told investigators that he had installed the camera earlier in the day it was discovered, in a bathroom where he claimed students smoke marijuana and cigarettes, reports The Capital. On March 22, police announced that investigators seized several computers associated with the officer, but found no recordings or images on any of …
Friday, April 26, 2013
Glen Burnie High School’s prom is scheduled for May 4, and North County's prom is scheduled for May 25.
A lot goes into having the perfect prom. There’s the dress, with nails, hair and shoes. Plus there is the limo, dinner beforehand, the actual prom ticket and any after-prom activities. All of these activities are adding up and causing the average cost of prom to skyrocket. According to a recent report published on Huffington Post, the average prom cost in 2013 is $1,139, which is a 5 percent increase from last year. Prom for Glen Burnie High School is scheduled for May 4 at the National Aquarium in Baltimore, while the big dance for North County High School is May 25 at the BWI Marriott. But it seems like the spending for the special senior night begins long before the actual dance. According to an article on MSN Money, two of the main …
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Police announced no criminal charges will be brought against the school resource officer suspended after a camera was found in a bathroom at Glen Burnie High School.
The school resource officer who was suspended after authorities discovered a camera installed inside a bathroom at Glen Burnie High School will not face criminal charges, according to the Anne Arundel County Police Department. School officials found the camera in a boys bathroom on March 20 after being notified by a student, and the police announced the school resource officer had installed the device "on his own volition." Days after the camera was found, police also seized several computers associated with the officer, but found no images. The police department said the investigation revealed the camera had no capability to record. "It was not hooked up to anything, it has no type of battery and nothing to indicate there was any type of …
Monday, April 15, 2013
Desmond Beggerly, a sophomore at Glen Burnie High School, was recognized by the Boys & Girls Club branches of Anne Arundel County.
Glen Burnie High School sophomore Desmond Beggerly was named 2013 Youth of the Year as six high school students around Anne Arundel County were recognized in the annual award ceremony Thursday. Each branch of the Boys & Girls Clubs in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County sent a nominee. Beggerly will go on to the state award ceremony, with a chance to win a scholarship and advance to a regional ceremony, reports The Maryland Gazette. Here is a list of the six nominees: For more on the story, follow this link.
Here's a look at the top five headlines from the week through April 15.
Police: Employee Takes Gun, Strikes Would-Be Robber in Glen Burnie A report says an employee at Mikie's Diner scared off a would-be robber after taking the suspect's gun and striking him. Glen Burnie, Annapolis To Prepare Thousands of Meals Volunteers are needed May 19 to participate in MDvsHunger, a joint venture between two communities to purchase, pack and send out meals to people in need. Glen Burnie Drum Line Tributes 'Dr. Who' Several groups performed Saturday at the Arundel Indoor Spectacular. Severn Woman Charged in Linthicum Stabbing Police say Amanda Smallwood stabbed a man and assaulted another woman during an argument Monday night. Police: 13-Year-Old Robbed on Green Branch Lane The teen told police he was robbed of his cell …
Friday, April 12, 2013
Several groups performed Saturday at the Arundel Indoor Spectacular.
The Glen Burnie High School drum line has payed tribute to the long-running British science fiction show Dr. Who at recent music competitions. On April 6, the group competed at Arundel and Meade High Schools, according to the school's music website. The group's next competition is scheduled for April 20 at Ridley High School in Folsom, PA. Get local stories delivered right to your inbox or smartphone everyday with our free newsletter. Simple, fast sign-up here. Like us on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter | Sign up for our newsletter
Monday, April 8, 2013
Here's a look at the top five headlines from the week through April 8.
Loaded Gun Found in Book Bag of Glen Burnie Student School officials questioned a 15-year-old student after he returned to school, and found a loaded gun in his book bag. Stabbing at Crossroads Tavern Leads to Motorcycle Crash, Arrest Police arrested a Glen Burnie man early Sunday after he crashed a motorcycle and allegedly stabbed a man in a restaurant parking lot. Linthicum Man to Bike Baltimore to Florida for Cancer Survivors Craig Babst will bike 1,400 miles for cancer awareness starting Saturday. A Year Later, Police Still Seek Fatal Shooter Detectives are still seeking information on a shooting that left one man dead in Pumphrey last year. Police: Teens Deal Crack Cocaine in Brooklyn Park Police arrested two teens—one a juvenile—…