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A Reminder About Texting

A Reminder About Texting

| February 8, 2011 | 1 Comment

While it is now illegal in Maryland to text and drive, the threat of a ticket, fine or increased insurance premiums is minor compared to the ultimate consequence. In March of 2010, AT&T launched a campaign to educate people on the dangers of texting and driving.  Please gather your loved ones and take the ten […]

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Deon Caught

Deon Caught

| May 21, 2010 | 0 Comments

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Annapolis Poll

Annapolis Poll

| April 25, 2010 | 4 Comments

What Are Your Feelings On City Manager Bills? Tomorrow, the City Council will be voting on three different bills which surround the contentious City Manager initiative. Today’s Capital (and Josh Stewart) did a good job explaining the players and controversy surrounding it. Most, if not all, of the City Council, including the Mayor, have flip […]

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Twist In Malczewski Shooting

Twist In Malczewski Shooting

| April 25, 2010 | 0 Comments

Girlfriend Claims She Was Not Being Attacked Richard Malczewski was jumping on top of a van when an Anne Arundel County police officer rolled up on the scene. And this is where the story gets hazy. The police say the officer ordered him off of the van, he “charged” the officer and was hit with […]

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Free Stuff This Weekend

Free Stuff This Weekend

| March 19, 2010 | 0 Comments

Ice Cream Weekend Just a reminder for free stuff on Saturday, March 20, 2010. All Rita’s Italian Ice stores are giving away a free water ice to everyone! Bruster’s Ice Cream on Forest Drive will be giving away a free waffle cone to anyone in their pajamas!

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Annapolis Unions File Grievance

Annapolis Unions File Grievance

| March 10, 2010 | 0 Comments

Overtime Pay Cited The union representing the Public Works employees has filed a grievance against the City for failure to pay overtime. Late last month, we were contacted by an irate Public Works employee.  He claimed that during the snow storms, the City failed to pay the department proper overtime based on a decision by […]

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Level II Snow Warning For Annapolis

Level II Snow Warning For Annapolis

| January 30, 2010 | 1 Comment

Mayor Issues Tweet Annapolis Mayor, Josh Cohen just issued a Tweet: Level II Snow Emergency in effect at 6 p.m. today. This means that residents must remove vehicles from designated Snow Emergency Routes. And from the City’s Website: Level II Storm Policy in Effect Based on the latest forecast, the city should receive 4 to […]

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Regional Recap, January 7, 2010

Regional Recap, January 7, 2010

| January 7, 2010 | 0 Comments

Regional News From WBAL-TV Dixon Announced Resignation As Baltimore’s Mayor. Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon, the first woman to hold the city’s highest position, officially resigns her post as mayor effective Feb. 4, which would have been the day of her sentencing on an embezzlement conviction. Former Legislator To Run Against O’Malley. George Owings is casting […]

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Regional Recap, December 7, 2009

Regional Recap, December 7, 2009

| December 7, 2009 | 0 Comments

Regional News From WBAL-TV Anne Arundel To Vote On Slots Tonight. The Anne Arundel County Council plans to vote on a proposal to build Maryland’s largest planned slots casino near Arundel Mills mall. The zoning vote Monday is expected to determine whether the proposed casino from Baltimore-based developer Cordish Cos. will move forward.Other options include […]

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County Schools Get $381K

County Schools Get $381K

| November 24, 2009 | 0 Comments

STEM Program Receives Money From Federal Government Anne Arundel County middle schools just got a huge boost from the Federal government. A $381,000 grant was awarded to supplement the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) program. The grant was earmarked earlier this year in a congressional spending bill. The object of the program is to […]

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Student Dies From Possible H1N1

Student Dies From Possible H1N1

| October 21, 2009 | 5 Comments

AACC Student’s Symptoms May Have Been Missed Walter Brooks, an 18 year old student at Anne Arundel Community College and recent graduate of North County High School died this morning from suspected H1N1. WBAL-TV is reporting that his father said he first got sick last Wednesday. On Tuesday he felt better, but got then much […]

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Democratic Response To Cordle Announcement

Democratic Response To Cordle Announcement

| October 8, 2009 | 3 Comments

Nothing But Political Opportunism The following statement was jointly released by Josh Cohen, Ross Arnett, and Dick Israel: Cohen, Israel and Arnett Denounce Cordle Flip-Flop As Political Opportunism STATEMENT OF JOSH COHEN, DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR MAYOR: I have no doubt that voters will see this last minute flip-flop for what it is: political opportunism. Our […]

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Chick & Ruth’s On National Television

Chick & Ruth’s On National Television

| August 30, 2009 | 0 Comments

Travel Channel Features Local Eatery According to a report from WBAL Radio, the producers and host of the Travel Channel series “Man vs. Food” are at the “Chick & Ruth’s Delly” tonight so host Adam Richman will take the restaurant’s “Colossal Challenge.” For those not “in the know”, the “Colossal Challenge” will require Richman to […]

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First Time Voter

First Time Voter

| August 28, 2009 | 0 Comments

Candid Comments From A New Voter Last night, my son and I attended the Annapolis Mayoral Candidate Forum held at West Annapolis Elementary School. Since he will be a legal voter a few days before the general election, I felt he probably ought to at least experience politics to a degree. After the forum, I […]

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Maryland Revolts

Maryland Revolts

| April 15, 2009 | 2 Comments

Approximately 5,000 citizens met at the Susan G. Campbell park in Annapolis, MD to protest the recent policies of the State and Federal government.  More info on the rally is coming in but here are soem photos from a rainy Annapolis. [smugmug url=”http://singleparenttravel.smugmug.com/hack/feed.mg?Type=gallery&Data=7911919_pHSJJ&format=rss200″ title=”Annapolis%20Tea%20Party” description=”Annapolis%20Tea%20Party%20Protest%20April%2015%2C%202009″ imagecount=”100″ start=”1″ num=”100″ thumbsize=”Th” link=”lightbox” captions=”false” sort=”true” window=”false” smugmug=”false” size=”M”]

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Woman In Lexington Park Injured In A Bizarre Manner

Woman In Lexington Park Injured In A Bizarre Manner

| March 9, 2009 | 0 Comments

OK, so it is not Anne Arundel County, but …..well, let’s just say OUCH!

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Did you ever notice?

Did you ever notice?

| February 28, 2009 | 0 Comments

Did you ever notice that it toothe Federal Government too damned long to admit that the country was in a recession? Sure there are economists and number crunchers that make the big bucks who determine this, but why not look a little closer to home to determine how bad it really is? We all know […]

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April Fool’s

April Fool’s

| January 1, 2009 | 2 Comments

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