Here's a recap of some of the top news from Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch this week. To read more on any story click on the link.
1. 3 Youths Charged with Arson in Boat Fire
Anne Arundel County fire investigators have charged two 12-year-old girls and a 13-year-old boy with arson in Tuesday night’s boat fire in Edgewater.
2. Muddy Creek Road Construction Delayed to Spring
Construction at the Muddy Creek Road intersection is being delayed until spring, when warmer temperatures will allow for line painting.
3. AutoZone Coming to Edgewater
An AutoZone will soon take up residence in Edgewater. Construction crews have already begun work on Route 2. According to Tracie Reynolds, a spokesperson for Anne Arundel Planning and Zoning, permits for the AutoZone were approved in December 2012 and the builder has since started construction.
4. LilyRose Cupcakes Shine at Inaugural Ball
Celebrities, politicians and people from around the world got to experience cupcakes from LilyRose Monday evening at the first Ambassadors Inaugural Ball.
5. Shady Side Resident Honored at Captain Avery Museum
A former Shady Side man was recently honored by having a boat shed named after him at the Captain Avery Museum. A sign has been placed in honor of George Daly on the boat shed that houses the Edna Florence, a West River boat on display at the Captain Avery Museum.