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When political attack mailers go bad

When political attack mailers go bad

This election season has been particularly dirty. The sheer number of attack pieces being sent by the candidates is amazing. I do not condone the attack pieces–I think they are cheap shots. But they are a staple of politics and by all counts they are effective. Unless you are running for State Delegate in  the […]

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BAROAK Cookhouse & Taproom to replace WEST at Loews Annapolis

BAROAK Cookhouse & Taproom to replace WEST at Loews Annapolis

Loews Hotels & Resorts is pleased to announce Washington DC’s Chef Teddy Folkman will be opening BAROAK Cookhouse & Taproom at the Loews Annapolis Hotel in early 2015. BAROAK is influenced by the cuisine of the best pubs and taverns in America and Belgium. Artfully presented knife-and-fork dishes will be complemented by a collection of […]

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Mitchell Gallery to host lecture series on architecture in Annapolis

Mitchell Gallery to host lecture series on architecture in Annapolis

The Mitchell Gallery at St. John’s College will present a lecture series on Annapolis architecture from the 18th through 21st centuries. Led by local historians, architects, and scholars, the series addresses the question of how to “read” buildings by identifying style, design, and historical context. The lectures will be held in the Conversation Room in Mellon […]

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Lecture and recital to honor Shakespeare’s 450th birthday

Lecture and recital to honor Shakespeare’s 450th birthday

Jacqueline Thoms, soprano and St. John’s College registrar, and Sophia Dillard, pianist and St. John’s senior, will perform four songs by Shakespearean scholar Richard Simpson (1820-1876) based on Shakespeare’s sonnets. The recital, which is free and open to the public, will be held in the Hodson Room in Mellon Hall on Wednesday, November 5 from […]

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Ripley Race to be run on Sunday

Ripley Race to be run on Sunday

Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides reminds residents that the 6th Annual Colonel Ripley Memorial 5K Race will take place Sunday, November 2, and some City roads will be closed for short periods of time. The 5K road race is run each year to raise awareness for returning war veterans and to honor the legacy and heroism […]

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Severn Savings Bank presents $5K to support Tug-of-War

Severn Savings Bank presents $5K to support Tug-of-War

Drawing on a decades old rivalry the Maritime Republic of Eastport and the City of Annapolis will once again support local charities and bring visitors and residents downtown to witness the longest across the water tug-of-war featuring a 1700-foot rope and hundreds of tuggers. At City Hall tonight the MRE declared “war” on the City of […]

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CRIME

BREAKING: pedestrian stuck along Duke of Gloucester Street dies of injuries

BREAKING: pedestrian stuck along Duke of Gloucester Street dies of injuries

NOTE: An earlier version stated that three children were struck. This report was inaccurate and we apologize for the confusion. UPDATE 5:28pm October 28, 2014.  From the Annapolis Police Department: Officers from the Annapolis Police Department Traffic Safety Unit are investigating a fatal traffic accident involving a pedestrian. At 3:18 p.m. an 81 year old […]

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Maryland Capitol Police rejuvenate bike patrols in Annapolis

Maryland Capitol Police rejuvenate bike patrols in Annapolis

Bike patrols are back at the Annapolis Capital Complex, thanks to a partnership between Maryland Capitol Police (MCP) and Maryland National Capital Park Police (MNCPP).  Four MCP security and police officers recently completed specialized training from MNCPP and are now bike patrol certified. The bikes enable officers to cover more ground than by foot, increase […]

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BREAKING: Police make arrest in murder of Hanover gas station clerk

BREAKING: Police make arrest in murder of Hanover gas station clerk

On Thursday, August 7, 2014, at about 1:35 a.m., Anne Arundel County Police received a 911 call from a customer of the Exxon gas station located at 7898 Ridge Road in Hanover in reference to the clerk being found injured/unconscious. Responding police officers and fire/EMS personnel responded and determined the clerk was deceased, suffering from […]

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Police investigating daylight armed robbery in West Annapolis

Police investigating daylight armed robbery in West Annapolis

Annapolis police are investigating an armed robbery that took place yesterday afternoon in the usually quiet West Annapolis. According to police, the adult male victim was walking in the area of the 700 block of Melvin Avenue around 545pm when he was approached from behind by two adult male suspects.  One suspect appeared to have […]

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Annapolis Police investigating Robinwood shooting

Annapolis Police investigating Robinwood shooting

On Friday, October 10th at 11:48 p.m. the Annapolis Police Department received several calls reporting shots heard in the 1400 block of Tyler Avenue.  Officers responded to the area and, despite checking the area on foot, did not locate a victim, crime scene, or witnesses. On Saturday, October 11th at 12:45 a.m. Anne Arundel Medical […]

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4 charged in armed robbery and carjacking at Millersville bar

4 charged in armed robbery and carjacking at Millersville bar

On Monday, October 6, 2014 at approximately 1:37 a.m., officers were dispatched to the Bullseye Sports Pub located at 8779 Veterans Highway, Millersville, for an unknown disturbance. As officers were responding to the address, police dispatch advised a suspect was seen running through the parking lot with a gun. Moments later, that same suspect was […]

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EVENTS

Mitchell Gallery to host lecture series on architecture in Annapolis

Mitchell Gallery to host lecture series on architecture in Annapolis

The Mitchell Gallery at St. John’s College will present a lecture series on Annapolis architecture from the 18th through 21st centuries. Led by local historians, architects, and scholars, the series addresses the question of how to “read” buildings by identifying style, design, and historical context. The lectures will be held in the Conversation Room in Mellon […]

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Lecture and recital to honor Shakespeare’s 450th birthday

Lecture and recital to honor Shakespeare’s 450th birthday

Jacqueline Thoms, soprano and St. John’s College registrar, and Sophia Dillard, pianist and St. John’s senior, will perform four songs by Shakespearean scholar Richard Simpson (1820-1876) based on Shakespeare’s sonnets. The recital, which is free and open to the public, will be held in the Hodson Room in Mellon Hall on Wednesday, November 5 from […]

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Ripley Race to be run on Sunday

Ripley Race to be run on Sunday

Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides reminds residents that the 6th Annual Colonel Ripley Memorial 5K Race will take place Sunday, November 2, and some City roads will be closed for short periods of time. The 5K road race is run each year to raise awareness for returning war veterans and to honor the legacy and heroism […]

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Severn Savings Bank presents $5K to support Tug-of-War

Severn Savings Bank presents $5K to support Tug-of-War

Drawing on a decades old rivalry the Maritime Republic of Eastport and the City of Annapolis will once again support local charities and bring visitors and residents downtown to witness the longest across the water tug-of-war featuring a 1700-foot rope and hundreds of tuggers. At City Hall tonight the MRE declared “war” on the City of […]

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Open Eye Gallery to open special show on November 14th

Open Eye Gallery to open special show on November 14th

Arundel Lodge is having a special art show on Friday, Nov 14 from 6-8.  Members and friends of the Open Eye Gallery will be showing their work at ” Reflections, Celebrating the Artistic Identity of a Healing Community”. Music, food and drinks, and a workshop will be available. Admission is free. Our goal is to […]

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Eastport declared war–Tug set for November 8th, crack o’ noon

Eastport declared war–Tug set for November 8th, crack o’ noon

It’s on!  The Maritime Republic of Eastport once again declared war against the mainland last night at the City Council meeting. The MRE will once again instigate the annual Tug of War competition on Saturday, November 8th, 2014. Time: Crack ‘O Noon until 5:00pm. This annual rite of fall will include seven tug competitions held […]

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NON-PROFIT NEWS

Mitchell Gallery to host lecture series on architecture in Annapolis

Mitchell Gallery to host lecture series on architecture in Annapolis

The Mitchell Gallery at St. John’s College will present a lecture series on Annapolis architecture from the 18th through 21st centuries. Led by local historians, architects, and scholars, the series addresses the question of how to “read” buildings by identifying style, design, and historical context. The lectures will be held in the Conversation Room in Mellon […]

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Arts Council distributes $400K to local arts organizations

Arts Council distributes $400K to local arts organizations

The Arts Council of Anne Arundel County distributed checks to 35 county arts and historic preservation groups on October 15th. The grants ranged in size from $1,000 to $63,100 for fiscal year 2015, totaled 400,000. The following organizations received Art Grant Awards: All Children’s Chorus of Annapolis                           $8,000 Annapolis Chamber Players                                       $3,000 Annapolis Film Festival                                             […]

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Open Eye Gallery to open special show on November 14th

Open Eye Gallery to open special show on November 14th

Arundel Lodge is having a special art show on Friday, Nov 14 from 6-8.  Members and friends of the Open Eye Gallery will be showing their work at ” Reflections, Celebrating the Artistic Identity of a Healing Community”. Music, food and drinks, and a workshop will be available. Admission is free. Our goal is to […]

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Midshipmen collect food for Harvest for the Hungry

Midshipmen collect food for Harvest for the Hungry

Members of the Naval Academy Midshipmen Action Group (MAG) have collected thousands of pounds of non-perishable food for this year’s Harvest for the Hungry: Kids Helping Kids campaign. This Thursday midshipmen will load the final truck of food donations collected by MAG at 12:50 p.m. This is the sixth year in a row MAG has […]

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Eastport declared war–Tug set for November 8th, crack o’ noon

Eastport declared war–Tug set for November 8th, crack o’ noon

It’s on!  The Maritime Republic of Eastport once again declared war against the mainland last night at the City Council meeting. The MRE will once again instigate the annual Tug of War competition on Saturday, November 8th, 2014. Time: Crack ‘O Noon until 5:00pm. This annual rite of fall will include seven tug competitions held […]

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Daughter’s gift to ASO honors father’s legacy

Daughter’s gift to ASO honors father’s legacy

The Annapolis Symphony Orchestra is pleased to announce that Elizabeth Richebourg Rea has signed a long term commitment to the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra in honor of her father, Philip Richebourg, Co-founder and first Board President. Philip Richebourg played a key role in the formative years of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra.  He was its first Board […]

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AREA BUSINESSES

BAROAK Cookhouse & Taproom to replace WEST at Loews Annapolis

BAROAK Cookhouse & Taproom to replace WEST at Loews Annapolis

Loews Hotels & Resorts is pleased to announce Washington DC’s Chef Teddy Folkman will be opening BAROAK Cookhouse & Taproom at the Loews Annapolis Hotel in early 2015. BAROAK is influenced by the cuisine of the best pubs and taverns in America and Belgium. Artfully presented knife-and-fork dishes will be complemented by a collection of […]

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Severn Savings Bank presents $5K to support Tug-of-War

Severn Savings Bank presents $5K to support Tug-of-War

Drawing on a decades old rivalry the Maritime Republic of Eastport and the City of Annapolis will once again support local charities and bring visitors and residents downtown to witness the longest across the water tug-of-war featuring a 1700-foot rope and hundreds of tuggers. At City Hall tonight the MRE declared “war” on the City of […]

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Peppermill Projects moves into Annapolis Design District

Peppermill Projects moves into Annapolis Design District

Peppermill Projects, a MD-headquartered graphic design and branding company specializing in brand management and marketing, has moved offices. The new office is located at 1799 McGuckian Street, right in the heart of the Annapolis Design District. This move and expansion is the result of increasing customer demand, which in turn led to company growth and […]

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Blackwall Hitch has great November musical lineup

Blackwall Hitch has great November musical lineup

While the Blackwall Hitch has become known for their food, rooftop dining, and the amazing interior….don’t forget about the live music that hits their stage every week.  November has a great lineup in store for you! Check it out! Saturday  November 1st  Timmie Metz Band @ 9:30pm                       Sunday November 2nd DIG @ 10:00am Wednesday November […]

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November events by AAACCVB

November events by AAACCVB

The Annapolis & Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau (AAACCVB) wants to make it easy for individuals to enjoy the many exciting events and activities that will be taking place in Annapolis and the Chesapeake Bay throughout November 2014. To assist individuals who are making advance plans for business or vacation travel, the AAACCVB […]

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What’s new in Anne Arundel County

What’s new in Anne Arundel County

The Annapolis & Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau is always on top of everything in Anne Arundel County and they have sent us this list of special events and anniversaries and happenings this fall!  Grab your pencils and mark your calendars! There’s a lot that’s new in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County, Maryland this […]

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COLUMNS & OPINIONS

When political attack mailers go bad

When political attack mailers go bad

This election season has been particularly dirty. The sheer number of attack pieces being sent by the candidates is amazing. I do not condone the attack pieces–I think they are cheap shots. But they are a staple of politics and by all counts they are effective. Unless you are running for State Delegate in  the […]

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We’re sorry, we screwed up!

We’re sorry, we screwed up!

When you screw up, you correct the mistake, you apologize, and you move on. And we screwed up earlier this afternoon.  A pedestrian was hit while walking along Duke of Gloucester Street in Annapolis. We initially reported that the accident involved three school-aged children. Ultimately, it did not.  We began to receive texts and calls […]

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Best damned photographers in Annapolis

Best damned photographers in Annapolis

Welcome to a new, purely subjective and opinionated column highlighting the best damned things in the area.  They could be people. Places. Services. Or whatever I feel like writing about. This is pure opinion. 100% biased. There is no voting and your opinion may (and probably will) differ from mine; and that’s OK. I base […]

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How to handle a DUI better than Michael Phelps

How to handle a DUI better than Michael Phelps

Michael Phelps. 18 Gold Medals. 22 Olympic Medals. 2 DUIs? After an 8-hour gambling binge at the new Horseshoe Casino in Baltimore, Michael Phelps was pulled over under suspicion of drinking and driving the morning of Tuesday, September 30th. Michael Phelps does a lot of things right in the pool. However, when it comes to getting […]

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Miss Shirley’s releases new fall menu

Miss Shirley’s releases new fall menu

With the weather cooling down, Fall is in the air! Miss Shirley’s Café is celebrating the season with the premiere of their NEW Fall menu at all 3 locations. Delicious new imaginative dishes and returning fan favorites join house specialties for a fresh offering of seasonal flavors. Corporate Executive Chef Brigitte Bledsoe and her culinary team’s, creative, […]

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Alex Cortright: Thank you

Alex Cortright: Thank you

On Tuesday,  the morning commute for many was a little off. Alex Cortright, the morning jock for WRNR 103.1 had broadcast his final show for the station on Monday. As many listeners know, Eye On Annapolis has worked with Alex on Friday mornings for several years highlighting the weekend happenings in and around town–despite only […]

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When political attack mailers go bad

When political attack mailers go bad

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

This election season has been particularly dirty. The sheer number of attack pieces being sent by the candidates is amazing. I do not condone the attack pieces–I think they are cheap shots. But they are a staple of politics and by all counts they are effective. Unless you are running for State Delegate in  the […]

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BAROAK Cookhouse & Taproom to replace WEST at Loews Annapolis

BAROAK Cookhouse & Taproom to replace WEST at Loews Annapolis

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Loews Hotels & Resorts is pleased to announce Washington DC’s Chef Teddy Folkman will be opening BAROAK Cookhouse & Taproom at the Loews Annapolis Hotel in early 2015. BAROAK is influenced by the cuisine of the best pubs and taverns in America and Belgium. Artfully presented knife-and-fork dishes will be complemented by a collection of […]

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Mitchell Gallery to host lecture series on architecture in Annapolis

Mitchell Gallery to host lecture series on architecture in Annapolis

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Mitchell Gallery at St. John’s College will present a lecture series on Annapolis architecture from the 18th through 21st centuries. Led by local historians, architects, and scholars, the series addresses the question of how to “read” buildings by identifying style, design, and historical context. The lectures will be held in the Conversation Room in Mellon […]

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Lecture and recital to honor Shakespeare’s 450th birthday

Lecture and recital to honor Shakespeare’s 450th birthday

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Jacqueline Thoms, soprano and St. John’s College registrar, and Sophia Dillard, pianist and St. John’s senior, will perform four songs by Shakespearean scholar Richard Simpson (1820-1876) based on Shakespeare’s sonnets. The recital, which is free and open to the public, will be held in the Hodson Room in Mellon Hall on Wednesday, November 5 from […]

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Ripley Race to be run on Sunday

Ripley Race to be run on Sunday

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides reminds residents that the 6th Annual Colonel Ripley Memorial 5K Race will take place Sunday, November 2, and some City roads will be closed for short periods of time. The 5K road race is run each year to raise awareness for returning war veterans and to honor the legacy and heroism […]

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Severn Savings Bank presents $5K to support Tug-of-War

Severn Savings Bank presents $5K to support Tug-of-War

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Drawing on a decades old rivalry the Maritime Republic of Eastport and the City of Annapolis will once again support local charities and bring visitors and residents downtown to witness the longest across the water tug-of-war featuring a 1700-foot rope and hundreds of tuggers. At City Hall tonight the MRE declared “war” on the City of […]

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Arts Council distributes $400K to local arts organizations

Arts Council distributes $400K to local arts organizations

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Arts Council of Anne Arundel County distributed checks to 35 county arts and historic preservation groups on October 15th. The grants ranged in size from $1,000 to $63,100 for fiscal year 2015, totaled 400,000. The following organizations received Art Grant Awards: All Children’s Chorus of Annapolis                           $8,000 Annapolis Chamber Players                                       $3,000 Annapolis Film Festival                                             […]

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AACC advisor chosen as national role model for mentoring

AACC advisor chosen as national role model for mentoring

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Leon C. Thomas III, a student success and retention advisor at Anne Arundel Community College, received the 2014 Minority Access Role Model award as a mentor at the Minority Access’ National Role Models Conference Oct. 3-5, in Washington, D.C. Although several national awards were given, Thomas was the sole recipient of the national mentor award […]

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Open Eye Gallery to open special show on November 14th

Open Eye Gallery to open special show on November 14th

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Arundel Lodge is having a special art show on Friday, Nov 14 from 6-8.  Members and friends of the Open Eye Gallery will be showing their work at ” Reflections, Celebrating the Artistic Identity of a Healing Community”. Music, food and drinks, and a workshop will be available. Admission is free. Our goal is to […]

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Midshipmen collect food for Harvest for the Hungry

Midshipmen collect food for Harvest for the Hungry

| October 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Members of the Naval Academy Midshipmen Action Group (MAG) have collected thousands of pounds of non-perishable food for this year’s Harvest for the Hungry: Kids Helping Kids campaign. This Thursday midshipmen will load the final truck of food donations collected by MAG at 12:50 p.m. This is the sixth year in a row MAG has […]

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Eastport declared war–Tug set for November 8th, crack o’ noon

Eastport declared war–Tug set for November 8th, crack o’ noon

| October 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

It’s on!  The Maritime Republic of Eastport once again declared war against the mainland last night at the City Council meeting. The MRE will once again instigate the annual Tug of War competition on Saturday, November 8th, 2014. Time: Crack ‘O Noon until 5:00pm. This annual rite of fall will include seven tug competitions held […]

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Daughter’s gift to ASO honors father’s legacy

Daughter’s gift to ASO honors father’s legacy

| October 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Annapolis Symphony Orchestra is pleased to announce that Elizabeth Richebourg Rea has signed a long term commitment to the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra in honor of her father, Philip Richebourg, Co-founder and first Board President. Philip Richebourg played a key role in the formative years of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra.  He was its first Board […]

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Peppermill Projects moves into Annapolis Design District

Peppermill Projects moves into Annapolis Design District

| October 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Peppermill Projects, a MD-headquartered graphic design and branding company specializing in brand management and marketing, has moved offices. The new office is located at 1799 McGuckian Street, right in the heart of the Annapolis Design District. This move and expansion is the result of increasing customer demand, which in turn led to company growth and […]

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Forest Drive traffic signals improving to alleviate congestion

Forest Drive traffic signals improving to alleviate congestion

| October 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Anne Arundel County’s $251,000 interactive traffic control upgrades and new signal timing plans will go online this month to improve traffic flow efficiencies for motorists traveling to and from the congested Annapolis Neck corridor. The traffic signal upgrades and supporting software were supported by a $161,000 Baltimore Regional Transportation Board grant and implemented by the […]

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Art Between the Creeks, November 7-9

Art Between the Creeks, November 7-9

| October 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Save the date for the next Art Between the Creeks!  November 7-9 with an opening reception on Friday the 7th from 6pm to 9pm. This time, 18 artists will be featured in a temporary gallery at Backyard Boats located at 222 Severn Avenue in the Eastport neighborhood of Annapolis. General hours are 11am to 6pm […]

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Blackwall Hitch has great November musical lineup

Blackwall Hitch has great November musical lineup

| October 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

While the Blackwall Hitch has become known for their food, rooftop dining, and the amazing interior….don’t forget about the live music that hits their stage every week.  November has a great lineup in store for you! Check it out! Saturday  November 1st  Timmie Metz Band @ 9:30pm                       Sunday November 2nd DIG @ 10:00am Wednesday November […]

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We’re sorry, we screwed up!

We’re sorry, we screwed up!

| October 28, 2014 | 1 Comment

When you screw up, you correct the mistake, you apologize, and you move on. And we screwed up earlier this afternoon.  A pedestrian was hit while walking along Duke of Gloucester Street in Annapolis. We initially reported that the accident involved three school-aged children. Ultimately, it did not.  We began to receive texts and calls […]

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BREAKING: pedestrian stuck along Duke of Gloucester Street dies of injuries

BREAKING: pedestrian stuck along Duke of Gloucester Street dies of injuries

| October 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

NOTE: An earlier version stated that three children were struck. This report was inaccurate and we apologize for the confusion. UPDATE 5:28pm October 28, 2014.  From the Annapolis Police Department: Officers from the Annapolis Police Department Traffic Safety Unit are investigating a fatal traffic accident involving a pedestrian. At 3:18 p.m. an 81 year old […]

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Maryland Capitol Police rejuvenate bike patrols in Annapolis

Maryland Capitol Police rejuvenate bike patrols in Annapolis

| October 28, 2014 | 1 Comment

Bike patrols are back at the Annapolis Capital Complex, thanks to a partnership between Maryland Capitol Police (MCP) and Maryland National Capital Park Police (MNCPP).  Four MCP security and police officers recently completed specialized training from MNCPP and are now bike patrol certified. The bikes enable officers to cover more ground than by foot, increase […]

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Unity Gardens provides grant to Annapolis Roads community

Unity Gardens provides grant to Annapolis Roads community

| October 28, 2014 | 1 Comment

Earlier this month, the Annapolis Roads community got a little more beautiful thanks to a $1000 grant from Unity Gardens. Unity Gardens is a non-profit organization based in Anne Arundel County that supports the building of community partnerships through the creation of greening projects, environmental enhancement and education . Projects are funded up to $1,000 […]

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Schuh gains support of former 2- term Democrat County Executive

Schuh gains support of former 2- term Democrat County Executive

| October 28, 2014 | 1 Comment

Anne Arundel County Executive candidate Steve Schuh was endorsed today by former County Executive O. James Lighthizer, Sr. “This election goes beyond partisan issues,” said Lighthizer, a Democrat who served two terms as County Executive from 1982 to 1990. “I supported George Johnson in 2006 because I believed he was the best man for the […]

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Neuman slashes county park admissions in half

Neuman slashes county park admissions in half

| October 27, 2014 | 1 Comment

Anne Arundel County Executive Laura Neuman today announced that effective November 1 citizens who visit the county’s four major parks will enjoy a 50 percent reduction in parking fees and permits. “One of this administration’s top priorities has been finding ways we can reduce the financial burden on our citizens, and I am pleased that […]

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Annapolis family raising puppy for Canine Companions for Independence

Annapolis family raising puppy for Canine Companions for Independence

| October 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

Canine Companions for Independence – a national non-profit organization that provides assistance dogs for children and adults with disabilities, is proud to announce that Annapolis residents Kerry Mueller and family recently began raising an assistance dog in-training for Canine Companions for Independence. Puppy Dom is a lab/golden retriever cross who will one-day know over 50 […]

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Schuh secures endorsements from Capital and Sun newspapers

Schuh secures endorsements from Capital and Sun newspapers

| October 27, 2014 | 2 Comments

Anne Arundel County Executive candidate Steve Schuh is gaining momentum with endorsements from both major local newspapers, The Baltimore Sun and The Capital. “New development falls outside of the tax cap, and provided that Mr. Schuh can foster economic growth, his plans should work,” the Sun editors write. “And this is where Mr. Schuh’s background […]

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November events by AAACCVB

November events by AAACCVB

| October 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Annapolis & Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau (AAACCVB) wants to make it easy for individuals to enjoy the many exciting events and activities that will be taking place in Annapolis and the Chesapeake Bay throughout November 2014. To assist individuals who are making advance plans for business or vacation travel, the AAACCVB […]

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South County Candidate put on notice by State Board of Elections

South County Candidate put on notice by State Board of Elections

| October 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

Seth Howard, a Republican candidate for the Maryland House of Delegates in District 30-B has fallen behind on his campaign reporting for the second election cycle and received a Show Cause Letter from the State Board of Elections. Howard was a candidate in 2010 and again in 2014 and during the two election cycles has […]

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CBMM hosts author Don Parks for book signing November 8, 9

CBMM hosts author Don Parks for book signing November 8, 9

| October 27, 2014 | 1 Comment

From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, November 8-9, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s store will host local author and museum volunteer Don Parks to sign his four books, Chesapeake Splendor, Chesapeake Winds and Tides, Chesapeake People and his most recent release, Chesapeake Men, Their Stories, Their Memories. Chesapeake Men, Their Stories, […]

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Bus stop shelters returning to Annapolis

Bus stop shelters returning to Annapolis

| October 27, 2014 | 2 Comments

Annapolis is getting more bus stop shelters!  Mayor Pantelides was spotted this morning along Hilltop Lane with Annapolis Department of Public Works crews installing a new shelter. Under former Mayor Josh Cohen, most of the City’s shelters were removed when the City changed vendors. Annapolis was shelter-less for more than a year as details of […]

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Righttime Medical Care prepared to treat Ebola if needed

Righttime Medical Care prepared to treat Ebola if needed

| October 26, 2014 | 2 Comments

Righttime Medical Care, one the region’s largest urgent medical care providers, is preparing for the threat of the Ebola virus. Righttime’s clinical and support teams will professionally and safely address all patients who call or visit the company’s Care Centers, in line with evolving CDC guidelines. Righttime is actively coordinating with local hospitals and health […]

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Learn boatbuilding at CBMM in St. Michaels

Learn boatbuilding at CBMM in St. Michaels

| October 26, 2014 | 2 Comments

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum has announced a new project for its Apprentice for a Day (AFAD) public boatbuilding program, with gift certificates available in time for the holidays. By constructing a boat from start to finish, traditional Chesapeake boatbuilding techniques will be taught to participants of all skill levels, under the direction of a […]

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