March 25, 2023
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Congratulations To Capital Punishment

Local Blogger Sells Out!  Lands Weekly Column With The Capital Congratulations to Paul Foer, author of the long running political blog, Annapolis Capital Punishment for landing a weekly column with […]

Blockbuster Feels The Economic Pinch

In a move indicative of the declining economy, the local Blockbuster stores have shaved 15 hours off of their weekly hours.  While this reduction is being branded as “New Spring […]

Some Lessons From A Ferndale Fire

A house caught fire in Ferndale. That is not the real story. After the fire was out, the house was was condemned and deemed uninhabitable by the Anne Arundel County […]

BGE Complaints Up 100%

The Baltimore Spectator is reporting that the Office of External Affairs is hiring two more employees to keep up with the influx of complaints regarding BGE’s billing practices.  According to […]

BGE Busted For Inflated Estimates

According to the Investigative Voice, BGE has been caught red handed with their hands in the cookie jar purses of their customers. One BGE customer questioned his January bill that […]

An Annapolis Tea Party?

We are not talking about tea at Reynolds Tavern or at the British Shop in West Annapolis. We are talking a real revolt. Right here in Maryland!  From the Facebook […]

Do Judges Ever Get It?

Judge Thomas J. Pryal has reduced the bail of a 32 year old man charged with sexually abusing a 3 year old girls while she was at her daycare center. […]

Annapolis Facebook Race

While some candidates have not really established their websites yet (Cohen), and others have not even formally declared their intentions (Pierre and Fox), they certainly are working behind the scenes […]

Lady Wildcats Disappointed Again

The Arundel High School Lady Wildcats were once again denied the elusive State Championship losing to Eleanor Roosevelt’s Lady Raiders by four in the State semi-finals.  Despite having three Division […]

MISSING CHILD: Baltimore County

Baltimore County, Md. (March 16, 2009) – Baltimore County Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a 12-year-old missing child from her residence in the 2800-block of Marnat […]

A Curtain Call For Six Flags?

UPDATE: Please see response from Six Flags America below. Six Flags America (or AdventureWorld as some of us still refer to it), seems to be riding the newest rollercoaster int […]

Eye On Annapolis on Blog Talk Radio

Our Editor, John Frenaye, will be a featured guest on What’s Up Baltimore, a BlogTalk Radio syndicated online radio show. The show airs Sunday nights from 9pm tp 10pm and […]

Everyone Hates Ellen

The Mayor must have a complex. Everyone seems to be out to get her. Remember a few days ago, when we told you that she felt two local bloggers were […]

The “How To” Post

Once again, thank you for visiting and helping Eye On Annapolis to continue to grow. Since our launch at the beginning of the month, we have seen each subsequent day […]

A BGE Reprieve From The PSC

The Public Service Commission has temporarily delayed the imminent turn offs for thousands of BGE customers. In the wake of gigantic electric bills, many consumers have fallen behind and were […]

Teen Attacked In Wendy’s Bathroom

Thankfully, the police were able to catch Keith Darell Jones, who apparently was hiding in the ladies room of the Wendy’s fast food restaurant on Crain Highway in Glen Burnie […]

Scams Abound

Just a heads up to everyone. With the economy on shaky ground, scams small and large are going to spring up. If you are not careful, they will bite you […]

Thank You!

Thank you for the terrific growth and the reception we have received! Please keep telling your friends, colleagues and enemies about us!

Restaurant Reviewer Wanted

You like to eat out and visit all the new and old foodie haunts of Anne Arundel County? Why not share the info with our readers? We would love to […]

Caption This

You know the rules. Make a comment with your best caption and when we get some sponsors for some prizes, you may win!

The Return Of Ehrlich?

It seems that Bob Ehrlich may be gearing up for something? Senatorial run? Representative run? Another run for the really great house on State Circle? Ehrlich’s website recently underwent a […]

Elections And The Board Of Education

A glitch has come up for the upcoming elections. It seems that the Board of Education has determined that the schools are no longer an appropriate place to host the […]

Calling All Mayors

With the upcoming Mayoral election in Annapolis beginning to heat up, Eye On Annapolis would like to extend an open invitation to all of the candidates for Mayor to communicate […]

Caption This

Here are the rules.  Leave a caption as a comment. Once we get some more sponsors, a winner will be determined by a completely unscientific means and with no right […]

Ravens Sign Lewis

It seems that the Ravens and Ray Lewis have come to terms for a multi-year contract!  Next season ought to be interesting for sure.

Leopold Responds

According to the Baltimore Sun, John Leopold has issued the following statement: “Chief Teare’s testimony speaks for itself,” Leopold said in the statement. “Proper police procedure was followed, and an […]

Leopold Not Out Of The Backseat Woods Yet

With Monday’s snow, the grilling of Anne Arundel County Police Chief James Teare had to wait until last night. And as in any good mystery, it appears the plot thickens. […]

Illegal Frustrations

It seems that Anne Arundel County is becoming frustrated. Way back on June 30, 2008, Federal agents, in cooperation with the local authorities raided a business accused of hiring illegal […]

So, How Does This All Work?

First of all, many thanks to everyone that has been supporting this new site. Over the past 5 days we have seen our readership grow from quite literally zero to […]

A Newspaper Falls

One industry that has been hit pretty hard  by the economy has been the newspaper industry. The local Capital Gazette has laid off a lot of their production workers and […]