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Capital Gazette - by

Whether your New Year’s resolution is to get healthier, learn more or do more, it’s possible to make a change without breaking the bank. You don’t need a pricey gym membership to get fit, nor do you need to shop at an expensive health food store to fill your fridge with nutritious snacks. Here are four ways to stick to your goals on a budget:

(You can also give up after a few weeks and break out the ice cream and TV marathon, we won’t judge.)

Bay Weekly - by

The holidays came a little early this year for some 45,000 Anne Arundel County Public Library patrons. With the generosity of a converted Ebenezer Scrooge, all overdue fines accumulated between September 24 and December 14 have been waived. 

      “We are happy to offer this gesture of goodwill to our customers who patiently stood by us during our recent cyber attack,” said Library CEO Hampton ‘Skip’ Auld.

Capital Gazette newspaper - by

To say the last few months have been challenging for the Anne Arundel County Public Library system is akin to saying Tolstoy’s “War and Peace” is a short story — an understatement of epic proportions.