September 27, 2023
Annapolis, US 60 F

Buddy’s Crabs & Ribs Needs Your Support

Of course you should eat there–it’s one of the best middle of the road restaurants you will find anywhere and a good value–especially their Sunday brunch! But now, they need […]

Washington Nationals Misspell Team Name

Washington, DC: First In Spending, Last In Spelling Well, we have been asking if you are a twit lately, but we never thought the Washington Nationals would take us to […]

A Spectacular Sunset

Sunset On Spa Creek After a spectacular day, there is a spectacular sunset. These were taken about an hour ago on the Spa Creek Bridge looking up Spa Creek in […]

Police Involved Shooting In Severn

Millersville Man Dies As A Result Of Police Shooting The Anne Arundel County Police Department is advising that the suspect shot by an officer yesterday has died. According to a […]

Play Ball!

Leopold To Throw Out First Pitch County Executive John R. Leopold will throw out the first pitch tomorrow morning at the Lake Shore Athletic Complex to kick off the season […]

Maryland Revolts

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 […]

Another Sexual Assault In Crofton

What is happening to sleepy little Cofton? First we have the David Raszewski rape of a 7 year old, and now a woman who was selling newspapers door to door […]

Mystery Surrounds Liquor License Renewal

Buddy’s Crabs & Ribs May Be Denied Liquor License One of the most tenured businesses in downtown Annapolis may radically change, or disappear depending on the outcome of an upcoming […]

Remember The Tea Party

Tax Revolt Scheduled For Noon , April 15th At Annapolis City Dock The Tea Party is only two days away. Make sure you join the other 468 people that are […]

Are You A Twit?

Do You Twitter? If so, why not follow us? Or click on the twitter bird below! If not, why not? Just head over to Twitter, sign up for a free […]

London Town Daffodil Show

Spend The Weekend In London Town With The Daffodils With the weather looking to be fantastic this weekend, why not take a trek to historic London Town for their 29th […]

Barricaded Suspect In Pasadena

UPDATE: 10:29 am, Saturday 4/11/2009. The suspect took his parents hostage in the 7800 block of Camp Road in Pasadena. He was distraught over losing his job and reportedly had […]

The New BGE Payment Plan

BGE Customers Still Have Reprieve. No Firm Answer From Utility. BGE and the PSC clashed yesterday as they tried to hash out what to do with 208,000 customers who are […]

Legum Running For Delegate

Judd Legum Announces Candidacy For Maryland District 30 Judd Legum has announced his candidacy for the District 30 seat in the Maryland House of Delegates.  According to his website,  Legum […]

Raszewski’ s Charges Upgraded

Alleged Crofton Rapist’s Charges Upgraded To First Degree Rape. Faces Life In Prison. David Raszewski, the South River High School teen charged with raping a 7 year old girl in […]

A Request For A Favor

Give Eye On Annapolis A Thumbs Up! Do you like this site? If so, do us a favor and help spread the word. It won’t cost you a penny, and […]

Party Of The Year!

Pimlico May Be In Doubt But Not The Volunteer Center While the legislature is trying to figure out how to save the ponies at Pimlico and Laurel, you can do […]

Major Drug Bust In Severna Park

Anne Arundel Police Seize Marijuana, Cocaine and Cash at Shell Gas Station On April 2, 2009, detectives from the Anne Arundel County Police Department’s Special Enforcement Section concluded a two […]

Double Stabbing In Crofton

Anne Arundel Police are reporting a double stabbing in Crofton. A 49 year old female was stabbed in her sleep last night by Fernando Jorge Reis, 41, of Frederick who […]

Annapolis’ Mayor Moyer Resigns

In a shocking announcement from City Hall in Annapolis, the current Mayor of Annapolis, Ellen Moyer has decided to step down from her elected position. While the language is unclear […]

Anne Arundel Cops At It Again

Rapists, carjackers, and now potential murderers.  The Anne Arundel Police are on a roll. This morning, they announced a second arrest in connection with an attempted murder of a 26 […]

Some BGE Relief

But not from BGE itself.  The Annapolis Anchor has a post about an Energy Assistance Expo taking place April 2, 2009 in Laurel. If you meet certain income requirements and […]

A Fee From BGE? Imagine That!

The Capital has a weekly “troubleshooter” column and this week, Elisha Sauers took BGE to task, once again. Apparently, a local customer called to report a power outage in his […]

Anne Arundel Police Nab Another One

Anne Arundel County Police Nab Carjacker While we can be critical of shoddy police work, we can also toss out the “attaboys” as well.  Our men in blue (albeit a […]

Maryland’s State Song Update

Finally, someone has some sense. Too bad it isn’t anyone in our State Government. As we mentioned about a month ago, one of the most pressing items on the legislative […]

Another One Bites The Dust

Boater’s World Closing Yesterday, I was headed to get my kids from school and the dayglo banner stood out like a sore thumb. GOING OUT OF BUSINESS! As the Washington […]

Leopold Slashing 100 Positions

Anne Arundel Executive Eliminating 100 Vacant Positions John Leopold has announced that he plans to save $5.7 million dollars in this year’s budget by eliminating 100 already vacant positions in […]

What Would You Do?

The other day, we reported about David Benjamin Raszewski, 17, of Crofton, who raped a 7 year old girl and  was charged with 2nd Degree Rape, 2nd Degree Sex Offense, […]

Anne Arundel County Police Nab A Bad Guy

Crofton Man Charged With Raping 7 Yr Old Girl David Benjamin Raszewski, 17, of 1717 Granite Court, Crofton, MD 21114 is currently being held at the Anne Arundel County Detention […]

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 […]