Top 5: New Salon, BMW Fire, Head Shavers in Broadneck
Catch up on a week's worth of news with this roundup of the top stories in Broadneck.
Looking for the perfect color for you? There's a new stylist in town. AE Hair Color Studio opened this week in the Bay Hills Shopping Center. Ann Ellis, the owner of the studio, said she has been a hair colorist in the Annapolis area for nine years. A resident of Arnold, she saw an opportunity to provide her services locally, and jumped at the chance.
Anne Arundel County firefighters responded early the morning of March 4 to a report of a car fire at the BMW Annapolis building, located at 31 Old Mill Bottom Rd. When firefighters arrived at 5:30 a.m. March 4, they found a car fire inside the service bay area of the building. Twelve other vehicles were also being stored in the shop area, according to a fire department release.
A raucous good time was had by all at the fifth-annual St. Baldrick's Foundation event atO'Loughlin's Restaurant in Arnold on Sunday, where dozens signed up to have their heads shaved for charity.
Sponsored head-shavers raise funds for the St. Baldrick's Foundation, a volunteer-driven charity committed to funding research for childhood cancer.
The Chesapeake Bay Bridge re-opened Wednesday evening after high winds forced officials to close spans in both directions earlier in the day. The Maryland The bridge was shut down to all traffic shortly before 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. Earlier, the westbound span was closed after a tractor trailer overturned, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) website.
A column published in The Capital on Thursday dissects an issue that regularly comes up among Broadneck residents—where does Annapolis truly end? Guest columnist Nick Berry begins his column with the statement, "Some people say they are from Annapolis but they really aren’t."