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Storm Update #4: Roof Collapses

Multiple Roof Collapses Reported While none are in Anne Arundel County,  roofs have collapsed in Washington, DC, a private aircraft hangar at Dulles, and a building in California, MD. Read […]

Storm Video #1

Edgewood Road & Back Creek In Annapolis Here are the conditions in Eastport (the other side) off of Edgewood Road and along Back Creek. The base of the road is […]

Storm Update #3: AA County Update

Anne Arundel County Update Status update from the County Executive’s office: We currently have 284 snow removal vehicles working in the road districts, focusing on main and collector roads. Many […]

Storm Update #1: BGE Information

BGE Working Under Hazardous Conditions Note: As with past storms, in an effort to get information out as fast as possible, we will simply provide the updates as provided to […]

Annapolis Facing Furloughs & Layoffs

Mayor Tells Employees It Is Likely The Baltimore Sun is reporting that Annapolis Mayor, Joshua Cohen as advised employees that layoffs and furloughs are likely as he tries to close […]

Annapolis Begins To Tow

Cars Need To Be Moved The Mayor’s office just sent out an alert by Twitter that the City is in the process of towing vehicles still parked on snow emergency […]

County Declares State Of Emergency

From the County Executive’s Office: County Executive John R. Leopold has declared a State of Emergency as a major storm begins to pass through the area. “With the worst of […]

Annapolis Transit Shutting Down

No Service After 4pm Annapolis transit will be stopping all service at 4pm today. There will be no service tomorrow and any Sunday service will be based on road conditions. […]

Regional Recap, February 5, 2010

Regional News From WBAL-TV Annapolis Snow Plow Parts Stolen. Talk about bad timing. Recreation and Parks Department officials in Maryland’s capital said part of snow removal equipment has been stolen, […]

Annapolis Mayor Announces Snow Policy

Level III Policy Implemented With 18″ to 24″ of snow expected to fall between tomorrow and Sunday, Annapolis Mayor Joshua Cohen has declared a Level III Snow Policy. The Mayor […]

Schools Closing Early

2 Hour Early Dismissal All Anne Arundel County Schools will close 2 hours early tomorrow due to the upcoming storm. All scheduled after school events have been canceled. There will […]

Your Packages Are Safe

APD Nails Package Thief As we have reported, there have been many thefts of packages left at residences during the day. Yesterday, Annapolis Police conducted a sting. And true to […]

Will We Be Ready?

Annapolis and AA County Take Heed Our neighbors to the south–not too much to the south–are serious about this snow.  Are you really prepared? Arlington released the following statement on […]

Regional Recap, January 4, 2010

Regional News From WBAL-TV Man Shot In Odenton. Anne Arundel County police are investigating a home invasion and shooting in Odenton.Officers were called to the 500 block of Williamsburg Lane […]

A Monster Friday?

Two Feet Or More…Really? The latest from the weather geeks at FootsForecast are calling for an unprecedented storm with a minimum of 12″ to 18″; but they seem to be […]

Cifala To Be Released

Held Under House Arrest At Parent’s Home Lt. James Cifala, the Anne Arundel County police veteran will be released from federal custody today. He has been ordered to remain under […]

UPDATE: Home Invasion

Attempted Homicide Last night at approximately 9:00pm, police responded to 522 Williamsburg Lane in Odenton for reports of a home invasion and shooting. Upon arrival, police located  two victims. A […]

Regional Recap, February 3, 2010

Regional News From WBAL-TV Snow Falls Again In Maryland.  As more snow fell in Maryland, state road workers tried to keep the highways safe. Meanwhile, another system is closing in. […]

Odenton Home Invasion

Two Residents Taken To Area Hospitals Police have not yet released a statement, but last night, two people were transported to local hospitals as a result of a home invasion […]

Anne Arundel County Schools Closed

Another Storm Wipes Out Snow Days Anne Arundel County Schools will be closed on Wednesday, February 3, 2010 due to a winter storm which dropped approximately six inches of snow. […]

All State Dancers

Image via Wikipedia Nine County Students Make The Grade According to the Anne Arundel County Schools, nine students have been named All-State dancers, giving Anne Arundel County nearly one-third of […]

A Humdinger This Weekend?

Weather Geek Forecast These guys have been far more accurate than any of the weather guessers in the region this year! Some faith might best be put in their words […]

Mayor Cohen’s Idea Team Reports

Wrong Idea Last night, Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen’s “Idea Team” (transition team) addressed City Council with their reports. Each of the 8 teams was given 30 minutes to present […]

Regional Recap, February 2, 2010

Regional News From WBAL-TV O’Malley’s State Address to Draw Criticism. Jobs are expected to be the focus of Gov. Martin O’Malley’s State of the State address on Tuesday, but how […]

Annapolis City Crime

Packages A Target The City police have recently seen an increase in theft of packages delivered to homes while the homeowners are at work.  It seems that a thief will […]

Lots Of School News

From several press releases sent out today: For the second time in three years, Anne Arundel County Public Schools has moved up on a nationally recognized index ranking school systems’ […]

Regional Recap, February 1, 2010

Regional News From WBAL-TV Today’s Regional Recap will be delayed. It appears that WBAL-TV has some sort of unintentional malicious script on their site and we do not want to […]

School Delay

2-Hour Delay Anne Arundel County Schools will be delayed for two hours today, February 1, 2010. The delay has no impact on the school calendar as a closing would. However, […]

Top Ten At Eye On Annapolis

Top Ten Pages At Eye On Annapolis It is no surprise that this week’s top viewed posts at Eye On Annapolis surrounded the arrest of Anne Arundel County Police Lieutenant […]

One More Day!

Vote By Midnight Tomorrow! Vote for your favorite bar, shop, restaurant, service, and more in the annual What’s Up Annapolis Best of Annapolis competition. All votes must be in by […]

Level II Snow Warning For Annapolis

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 […]

Anne Arundel Police Handle Suspect

Barricade In Hanover Early yesterday morning (1:00am), Anne Arundel County Police got a tip from Howard County that a possibly armed suspect might be enroute to his estranged wife’s house.  […]

Sex Bill To Be Discussed

Maryland Legislators Discuss Sex In Divorce Montgomery County Delegate Luiz Simmons has introduced legislation (HB 336) to allow divorcing couples to waive the current physical separation requirement as long as […]

Thumbs Up For BGE

Company Solves Problem Last week, we posted a story about a Catch-22 with BGE where customers who had paid their bill electronically and wanted to switch back to paper billing […]

Regional Recap, January 29, 2010

Regional News From WBAL-TV Same-Sex Marriage Bill Stirs Debate In Annapolis.  Supporters and opponents of a proposed anti-same-sex marriage bill packed an Annapolis hearing room on Thursday. The legislation would […]

O’Malley Appoints Miller To Bench

Senate President’s Son Scores Seat And who said the “good ol’ boy network” was a thing of the past?  The Washington Post is reporting that Democratic Governor Martin O’Malley has […]