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Sign up your child for AACC’s Kids in College

Register your child for one of Anne Arundel Community College's Kids in College/EXPLORE summer camps at the free Kids in College open house from on Saturday, February 21, 2015 in Room 219 of the Cade Center for Fine Arts (CADE) on AACC's Arnold campus, 101 College Parkway from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

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Live from New York, Sharpton pushes Palin run

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's receiving encouragement to run for president from an unlikely source --- Rev. Al Sharpton.

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Winter storm impacts Maryland

Hazardous travel conditions exist throughout state

Snow continues to blanket much of Maryland on Tuesday morning.

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Frank M. Conaway Sr., dead at 81

Served as Baltimore City Circuit Court Clerk since 1998

Maryland politicians are remembering Frank M. Conaway, Sr., longtime clerk of the Baltimore City Circuit Court who died this weekend at the age of 81.

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USNA welcomes back first black female graduate

The U.S. Naval Academy held a luncheon celebrating African American/Black History Month with special guest, Janie Mines, Feb. 2, in King Hall.

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AACC hosts Black Male Initiative Summit to aid student success

Students, faculty, staff and community members focused on helping black male students succeed are invited to attend the Fifth Annual Black Male Initiative Summit on Tuesday, February 24, 2014, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Anne Arundel Community College.

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Ten tips for safe walking on snow or ice

Falls account for more than one million injuries in the United States annually. The most common type of walking accident is the slip and fall.

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What people are saying about 'Fifty Shades of Grey'

"Fifty Shades of Grey" might have been a box office hit by some measures, but was it any good?

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Rapper Drake drops surprise album

Rapper Drake pulled a Beyoncé, surprising fans late Thursday with a 17-track album.

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Anne Arundel County urges winter storm precautions

Now is the time to prepare for possible winter storm

Anne Arundel County Executive Steven R. Schuh is advising Anne Arundel County residents to prepare now for an approaching winter weather event that may have a significant impact on Anne Arundel County starting Monday evening.

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BGE, Exelon’s African-American Resource Alliance Balto. Chapter Celebrate Black History Month

Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) and parent company Exelon’s African-American Resource Alliance (EAARA) Baltimore Chapter are celebrating Black History Month by supporting local arts, educational and diversity events in February that honor those who have shaped the past and those who are continuing to shape the future.

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Innovations 4 Entrepreneurs Competition to award tech entrepreneurs

Comcast Business’ national program for startups and entrepreneurs returns after successful inaugural campaign

Comcast Business announced that for the second consecutive year the company is seeking out the nation’s most innovative startup companies and entrepreneurs to compete in the Innovations 4 Entrepreneurs competition.

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Remembering Baltimore's treasured social organizations

Many organizations in Baltimore formed forty, fifty and even sixty years ago. These organizations were established to provide social, cultural, civic and service networks at a time when black Americans had limited access to many public venues due to Jim Crow laws.

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RAMBLING ROSE: Happy Valentine’s Day!

Hello everyone, I hope you have a fantastic Valentine’s Day and plan on enjoying some Black History Month events this weekend.

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U.S. stamp honoring Tuskegee University architect released

The most prolific contributor to Tuskegee University’s structural design and the namesake of its architecture and construction school will honored with the launch of a new U.S. postage stamp.

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HBCU athletes honored at Banneker-Douglass Museum during Black History Month

The Banneker-Douglass Museum (BDM) is featuring untold stories of HBCU athletes who helped to shape African American college athletics, while also hosting a companion sports exhibit. On February 7, 2015, two exhibitions— “Untold Stories: Athletes of Maryland's Historically Black Colleges and Universities” and “Hometown Teams: How Sports Shaped America” — opened at the Banneker-Douglass Museum.

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Pratt librarian honored with Coretta Scott King -Virginia Hamilton Award for Lifetime Achievement

The Enoch Pratt Free Library is proud to announce that School and Student Services Coordinator Deborah Taylor is the recipient of the Coretta Scott King – Virginia Hamilton Award for Lifetime Achievement.

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What are the Ravens plans for free agent safety Will Hill?

As the Baltimore Ravens enter the off-season, the team has a few decisions to make regarding free agents.

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Creator of HBCU web series hails from Annapolis

Christian Smooth is a 24-year-old Annapolis resident who has thrown his hat into the independent filmmaking ring. When he is able to coordinate schedules of volunteer actors, Smooth shoots episodes of his original web series called "The Student Body," based on life at a fictional Historically Black College (HBCU) in Baltimore, called Nagrom State University.

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Weddings just got less expensive with launch of website

There is little doubt most would agree that getting married can be very expensive. However, for those seeking wedded bliss, there is good news.

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