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Free parking for residents at Park Place garage

Free parking for residents at Park Place garage

| April 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

In an ongoing effort to accommodate residential parking, Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides announced that the City of Annapolis, in partnership with Park Annapolis, will bring back two-hour free parking vouchers at the Park Place garage. Park Annapolis will once again offer a blue ticket to be used at Park Place, similar to the one used […]

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Maryland Day Celebrations Abound

Maryland Day Celebrations Abound

| March 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

Maryland Day commemorates the formal founding of the colony of Maryland, when the newly-arrived colonists erected a cross on St. Clement’s Island, offered prayers (perhaps by saying Mass), and took “possession of this Country for our Saviour and for our soveraigne Lord the King of England.” In 1916, the Maryland General Assembly authorized Maryland Day […]

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2nd Annual City Fair At Annapolis City Dock

2nd Annual City Fair At Annapolis City Dock

| February 25, 2013 | 1 Comment

Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen announces an opportunity for local nonprofit organizations to showcase their services while highlighting volunteer opportunities to the public. The City of Annapolis, in cooperation with the National Sailing Center & Hall of Fame (NSHOF), is seeking public agencies, cultural institutions, sports associations, service organizations, educational institutions, environmental organizations, neighborhood associations, […]

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Annapolis To Provide Trees To Residents At Reduced Cost

Annapolis To Provide Trees To Residents At Reduced Cost

| September 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

As part of his Clean & Green initiative, Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen is urging residents to plant a tree and help meet the City’s future urban tree canopy goals. In 2006 the City of Annapolis entered into an agreement with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources to increase the City’s urban tree canopy from […]

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Annapolis Announces Greenscape Project

Annapolis Announces Greenscape Project

| September 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

Mayor Joshua J. Cohen invites the City of Annapolis to participate in “Make a Difference Day,” the fall GreenScape project for 2012, on Saturday, October 27. “Make a Difference Day” is a national program encouraging groups and individuals to volunteer in their community. Volunteers can order up to 200 bulbs, which include 100 orange tulips […]

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Annapolis Parking Garages To Raise Rates August 20th

Annapolis Parking Garages To Raise Rates August 20th

| August 14, 2012 | 3 Comments

NOTE: Please see updates to last paragraph. Changes are displayed. The City of Annapolis and the management team for Park Annapolis have been busy making upgrades and parking enhancements at all of the City’s parking facilities. New parking control equipment has been implemented and will expedite access for both transient and monthly parking customers.  Also, public restrooms […]

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Vivo! To Close In Downtown Annapolis

Vivo! To Close In Downtown Annapolis

| July 6, 2012 | 1 Comment

Vivo!, the small boutique located at 6 Fleet Street will be closing its doors this Sunday.  While the owner, Lynne Davis, cited the desire to spend more time with her family as one reason for the closure, the decision to close was also somewhat of a forced one. In a recent newsletter announcing the closure, […]

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Save The Date: Annapolis Arts & Crafts Festival

Save The Date: Annapolis Arts & Crafts Festival

| March 12, 2012 | 1 Comment

The dates for the third Annual Annapolis Arts and Crafts Festival have been announced for June 9-10, 2012,  at the Navy-Marine Corps Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland.  This premier event showcases the prized works of over 200 artists employing a variety of medium:  painting, sculpture, ceramics, digital art, mixed media, printmaking, jewelry, fiber art, glass, wood, […]

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Annapolis Restaurant Week Is Here

Annapolis Restaurant Week Is Here

| February 16, 2012 | 4 Comments

Individuals in search of great food at a reasonable price are invited to pamper their palates during Annapolis Restaurant Week, February 20-26, 2012. Presented by the Annapolis Business Association, the fourth annual event is the largest ever. Forty-one restaurants in Historic and greater Annapolis will be participating. Participating establishments will be offering two-course, price-fixed lunches […]

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Another Theft From City Hall

Another Theft From City Hall

| June 16, 2010 | 1 Comment

It seems that there might be a problem in City Hall. Cash and checks from vaults, cameras from desks, lack of video surveillance, unlocked doors. Perhaps the police department needs to do a security inspection and identify the security lapses. Theft – On Tuesday, June 15, 2010 officers responded to Annapolis City Hall for the […]

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Carl Snowden Arrested For Third DUI Offense

Carl Snowden Arrested For Third DUI Offense

| June 8, 2010 | 4 Comments

Carl Snowden is in the news again today. It seems that he was picked up for driving while intoxicated early this morning on his way back from Baltimore where he only had “one drink” according to The Baltimore Sun. Snowden is a former Annapolis City Alderman, the current Chairman of the Housing Authority of the […]

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HACA Executive Director Resigns

HACA Executive Director Resigns

| May 13, 2010 | 0 Comments

Eric Brown Abruptly Resigns In a press release issued this afternoon by the attorney representing the Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis (HACA), Eric Brown, the Executive Director since 2005 has resigned effective immediately. No reason was given. HACA has been harshly criticized in the past for failure to maintain properties, their banning practices […]

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