UPDATE: Here is a copy of the full Memorandum issued by Judge Dennis Sweeney with all of his comments regarding each of the charges. (PDF, 40 pages) Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold was found guilty this afternoon of two counts of misconduct. He was found not guilty on another misconduct charge as well as [...]
The Westboro Baptist Church came to Annapolis this morning as promised and spent about an hour spewing their rhetoric against gay marriage. However, Annapolis came out in droves to let them know that love is better than hate. While Shirley Phelps-Roper and three other members chanted and sang songs denigrating homosexuals, members of St. Anne’s Church gathered [...]
Late this afternoon as Hurricane Sandy was still several hours from making landfall, we took a drive through the Bay Ridge neighborhood and the historic district of Annapolis to check out the conditions.
On September 10, the City of Annapolis’ Solid Waste Collection is changing its refuse and recycling service to be picked up once-a-week. Also starting September 10, yard waste will be collected every Wednesday and small bulky items can be left at the curbside with your refuse on collection day every week. City TV has produced [...]
The quirkiness that is Eastport never ends. The 2012 Annual Green Beer Races are coming this Saturday from noon until 9pm at the Eastport Democratic Club. The public is invited to attend the 2012 Annapolis Green Beer Races on Saturday, March 10th from noon to 9pm (Rain or Shine) at the Eastport Democratic Club, 525 [...]
In this month’s video update, Mayor Josh Cohen focuses on the Market House. He explains construction of the geothermal wells and discusses a major decision facing the City Council regarding the layout of the Market House. They must decide between two options. The first option is to reopen it with minimal changes. The second option is to [...]