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A suburb of Baltimore Glen Burnie started its life when Elias Glen established a county seat in the area in 1812. In 1958 Harundal Mall, the first enclosed shopping center to the east of the Mississippi River, was constructed. The city was home to television host Montel Williams. The Glen Burnie high school claim to fame is the part it played in the 2000 film The Replacements staring Gene Hackman and Keanu Reeves.

Population: 38922
Local Newspapers: Maryland Gazette Baltimore Sun
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore O's & Ravens
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Zip Codes associated with glen burnie, maryland: 21060 21061
Towns/Cities near glen burnie, maryland : Pasadena Green Haven Ferndale Nottingham Pumphrey

Glen Burnie News
Glen Burnie man arrested for assault on state trooper

Anthony Jason Schmidtman, 35, was apprehended in Baltimore around 10 a.m. after police spotted the blue 2006 Dodge Caravan. Schmidtman was being sought after he allegedly charged a trooper with the van Saturday in the parking lot of a Wawa in Halethorpe.

Possible arsonist sought in Glen Burnie fire

The Anne Arundel County Fire Department said firefighters responded to a call of a fire in the 7800 block of Americana Circle at the Americana Southdale Apartments at 5:50 p.m. Responders found smoke coming from the common areas of the apartment building, the department said, with "low visibility conditions around the terrace level laundry/storage room."

Jose Uzcategui fight spills into crowd at MGM National Harbor

Deep in the bowels of the MGM National Harbor Saturday night, in a room at the end of a long hallway, Maryland State Athletic Commission executive director Pat Pannella and commission officials were going over the events of the evening. Up in the theater at the casino-hotel, Showtime's Jim Gray had a microphone and was looking for answers.

Maryland police looking for man who hit trooper with car

Maryland State Police say 35-year-old Anthony Jason Schmidtman of Glen Burnie was in a van in the Wawa parking lot in Halethorpe on Saturday when he was approached by a trooper. Police say the trooper saw drug paraphernalia in the van and ordered Schmidtman to get out.

Baltimore woman charged with starting Glen Burnie schoolyard fight

Delores Arlene Klemkowski, 43, of Baltimore was charged by Anne Arundel County police Friday with multiple counts of assault, as well as disorderly and fighting in public, for allegedly instigating and then taking part in a fight at a Glen Burnie elementary school Delores Arlene Klemkowski, 43, of Baltimore was charged by Anne Arundel County police Friday with multiple counts of assault, as well as disorderly and fighting in public, for allegedly instigating and then taking part in a fight at a Glen Burnie elementary school Anne Arundel County police arrested a Baltimore woman Friday, saying she was the mom who could be seen in an online video instigating a fight at an elementary school and then attacking one of the children involved.

Baltimore man latest to be sentenced in food stamp trafficking cases

A Baltimore man was ordered Friday to pay more than $3.7 million in restitution for illegally trafficking in food stamps . U.S. District Judge Richard D. Bennett also sentenced Mohammad Shafiq, 51, to almost four years in prison, followed by three years of supervised release.

Police: Man assaulted man, pointed gun at 2 in Glen Burnie apartment

A 27-year-old Prince George's County man was arrested in Glen Burnie on Thursday after police said he forced his way into an apartment and pointed a gun at two people in an attempt to rob them. Anne Arundel police said officers responded to a call of a home invasion in an apartment in the 100 block of Warwickshire Lane at 5:10 p.m. He was apprehended a short time later, police said, and identified by the male and female victim as the man who tried to rob them at gunpoint inside their apartment.

Traveler's guide to breweries, distilleries at the beach

These days, many of us want to know the stories behind the goods we buy, whether it's food, clothing or, yes, even alcohol. A visit to a beach town can now include a tour of a distillery or brewery, where you not only get to learn how the products are made, but you can taste them, too.

As Seton Keough High School prepares to close, memories and reflections abound

Miejo Dambita was aware of the rumors that her school was going to close, but when she first heard that The Seton Keough High School would be shutting its doors at the end of this school year, she thought it was a joke. Miejo, a 17-year-old senior from Glen Burnie, was at a dance rehearsal - she plans to attend University of Maryland, College Park , on a full dance scholarship in the fall -when the word spread Oct. 26. As the school year went on, students and staff said they spent the year trying to make the most of a difficult situation.

Pappas Sports Bar opens at Holiday Inn Inner Harbor

Baltimoreans and visitors to the city's Inner Harbor no longer have to venture to the counties for a taste of Pappas' crab cakes. Pappas Sports Bar opened at the Holiday Inn Inner Harbor at 301 W. Lombard St. as part of the hotel's $4 million renovation.

Man, woman arrested in downtown Baltimore after CitiWatch operators observe gun exchange, police say

A man and a woman were arrested on gun charges in downtown Baltimore early Wednesday morning after being observed on CitiWatch cameras exchanging a handgun during a fight, Baltimore Police said. Patrol officers responded to the unit block of Custom House Avenue for a large fight about 1:45 a.m. as camera operators - who are retired and sworn officers - were watching it play out in real time, police said.

2 seriously injured in Glen Burnie Crash

The Anne Arundel County Fire Department said firefighters responded to a call of an accident in the area of Quarterfield Road and Thelma Avenue around 7:55 p.m. Responders found a sedan and a minivan that had collided head-on, with the passengers of the minivan still trapped in their vehicle. The fire department said the minivan's driver, a 50-year-old woman, and the passenger, a 53-year-old man, were freed from the vehicle in about 15 minutes.

I Love My Job

When Ariell Johnson founded Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse at the end of 2015, the entrepreneur was immediately catapulted into the national spotlight as the East Coast's first black female comic book storeowner. Since then, Johnson has had to navigate the challenges of being a first-time business owner, and the shop has grown to be the go-to community space where people can bask in their passion for all things geek.

Crash Closes I-95 Both Ways in Havre de GraceMonday, May 125, 2017 A...

A crash involving a chrater bus has CLOSED all lanes of I-95 SOUTHBOUND after MD 155 in Havre de Grace. Baltimore City: CENTRAL AVENUE BRIDGE PROJECT - EASTBOUND Aliceanna Street is CLOSED between Exeter and Eden Streets.

Pasadena Man Found Guilty Of Second Degree Murder

A Pasadena man faces up to 30 years in prison after being found guilty of Second Degree Murder. An Anne Arundel County jury found 28-year old Joseph Soule guilty in connection to a murder back in May of 2014.

Anne Arundel County Council Chairman John Grasso to run for state Senate

Term limits prevent Anne Arundel County Council Chairman John Grasso from trying for another four years on the council. But the outspoken Republican from Glen Burnie says he's not ready to retire from politics.

Glen Burnie man convicted of stabbing woman to death over heroin

A Glen Burnie man was found guilty of second-degree murder Friday in the 2014 stabbing death of a woman prosecutors described as his heroin dealer. Joseph Patrick Soule, 28, faces up to 30 years in jail for stabbing Christie Lynn Pelland 66 times and stealing her heroin.

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