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Nat’l Weather Service: 10″ – 20″ Expected

Nat’l Weather Service: 10″ – 20″ Expected

| February 8, 2010 | 0 Comments

Where Do you Put It? When you already have about 30″ of snow on the ground, where do you put another 10″ to 20″? The National Weather service, in their 3:00pm report has upgraded the winter storm watch to a warning for the area. Snow is expected to move in late tomorrow afternoon and continue […]

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Cifala To Be Released

Cifala To Be Released

| February 3, 2010 | 5 Comments

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 house arrest in his parent’s home in Edgewater until trial and will be monitored around the clock. Cifala will be release as soon as the […]

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Odenton Home Invasion

Odenton Home Invasion

| February 3, 2010 | 1 Comment

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 in Odenton, MD. The Anne Arundel County Fire Department confirmed they transported two individuals, but released nothing more. Stay tuned for more details. Related articles […]

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All State Dancers

All State Dancers

| February 2, 2010 | 0 Comments

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 the 30 dancers chosen. Dancers were selected by professional dancers and college/university dance faculty based on technique, musicality, professionalism, performance, attitude, and likelihood of future […]

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Lots Of School News

Lots Of School News

| February 1, 2010 | 0 Comments

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’ ability to prepare students for college-level exams. (Read Full Release) Dancers from all grade levels throughout the county will take part in the Anne Arundel […]

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Homeless Resource Day

Homeless Resource Day

| February 1, 2010 | 1 Comment

Third Homeless Resource Day will be in Glen Burnie Anne Arundel County’s  third annual Homeless Resource Day will be held March 27 at Glen Burnie High School. Homeless Resource Day has grown each year, and serves an important need in the community in these difficult economic times. I encourage private businesses, individuals and nonprofits to […]

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OPINION: DUI Licence Plates

OPINION: DUI Licence Plates

| January 30, 2010 | 1 Comment

Like That Will Solve The Problem One of the bills being considered by our illustrious legislators this year is to issue special bright yellow license plates for over 2000 strong habitual offenders.  Yes, you read that right, there are over 2000 drivers in Maryland right now who have had three or more convictions for drunken […]

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Anne Arundel Police Handle Suspect

Anne Arundel Police Handle Suspect

| January 29, 2010 | 5 Comments

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.  The police ascertained that she was indeed ok. A few hours later(3:00am), the woman called police to advise that her estranged husband was there and […]

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Thumbs Up For BGE

Thumbs Up For BGE

| January 29, 2010 | 7 Comments

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 were unable to do so. The problem seemed ludicrous to us and apparently to Linda Foy, spokesperson for BGE.  Linda contacted us and we put […]

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O’Malley Appoints Miller To Bench

O’Malley Appoints Miller To Bench

| January 28, 2010 | 0 Comments

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 just appointed Democratic Senate President Thomas V. “Mike” Miller Jr.’s son to the Anne Arundel County District Court Bench. This was Miller’s second grab at […]

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A Musical Benefit For Haiti

A Musical Benefit For Haiti

| January 25, 2010 | 0 Comments

Image by Getty Images via Daylife St. Martin’s-In-The-Field Benefit A musical benefit, “Make a Joyful Noise for Haiti,” will take place at St. Martin’s-in-the-Field Episcopal Church, on Saturday, January 30, at 4:00 p.m.  The concert will feature nationally known and locally based Celtic musicians Sue Richards (Celtic harp) and Carolyn Surrick (an American master of […]

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Free Financial Planning Seminar

Free Financial Planning Seminar

| January 25, 2010 | 0 Comments

Top IRA expert speak. Ed Slott of MPT’s “Stay Rich for Life! with Ed Slott will be speaking about retirement goals on February 6th. Mike Steranka,  CEO of  Retirement Planning Services in Millersville, is sponsoring a financial planning event featuring Ed Slott. Ed Slott has been called “The Best” source for IRA advice by The […]

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Annapolis Crime Way Down

Annapolis Crime Way Down

| January 20, 2010 | 0 Comments

Mayor Credits Chief The City of Annapolis Police Department has released the City of Annapolis crime statistics for 2009 stating that Part One crimes (serious offenses)were the lowest since 1975. Notable figures include: Homicide down 50% Robbery down 37% Aggravated assault down 15% Violent crimes down 24% Property crimes down 38% This city has likely […]

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Baseball Raffle To Benefit Haitian Relief

Baseball Raffle To Benefit Haitian Relief

| January 19, 2010 | 0 Comments

Baysox Pitch In To Help The Bowie Baysox have announced a raffle to benefit the relief efforts in Haiti.  The team is partnering with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF to raffle a pair of 2010 season tickets, and 100 percent of every dollar raised will support UNICEF’s relief efforts for children in Haiti. Click here […]

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A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words

A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words

| January 15, 2010 | 0 Comments

A Few hundred Or A Few Thousand? On Tuesday, a “Tea Party” rally was organized at Lawyer’s Mall in Annapolis. Our local paper led off the story with “Hundreds of conservative Tea Party activists swooped into Annapolis last night on the first day of the 2010 legislative session.”  During the “Tea Party” in April 2009, […]

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Eye On Annapolis To Contribute To Haitian Relief

Eye On Annapolis To Contribute To Haitian Relief

| January 14, 2010 | 0 Comments

Ad Revenue To Be Donated Eye On Annapolis has already made a donation to help the people in Haiti. We want to do more. Effective on January 15, 2010 and until further notice, 100% of  affiliate ad revenue from Eye On Annapolis will be donated to Doctors Without Borders for relief operations in Haiti. Affiliate […]

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Please Consider Helping Haiti

Please Consider Helping Haiti

| January 13, 2010 | 2 Comments

Your Donations Needed It could have happened here. It could have been a hurricane, a tornado, or an earthquake. The people of Haiti are hurting and need our help after the devastating earthquake that shook the Caribbean nation on January 12, 2010. The death toll is expected to be in the thousands and medical aid […]

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Schools Try To Get Back Snow Days

Schools Try To Get Back Snow Days

| January 9, 2010 | 0 Comments

County Schools Petition State Anne Arundel County Schools have petitioned the State Superintendent of Schools, Nancy Grasmick to waive two of the three snow days used by the system. The schools have built four days into the calendar for inclement weather. Citing that the Governor declared a state of emergency in December when 21 inches […]

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Mall Warning

Mall Warning

| January 7, 2010 | 2 Comments

Image via Wikipedia Watch Out For Non-Bargains Borders, the huge bookstore in the Annapolis Mall really needs to learn a lesson in pricing and in customer service. After the holidays, one would expect there to be some sales. After all, the entire mall seemed plastered with sings proclaiming 60%  or 70% off. Apparently at Borders, […]

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UPDATE: Morton’s The Steakhouse

UPDATE: Morton’s The Steakhouse

| January 6, 2010 | 0 Comments

Morton’s PR Firm Responds The public relations firm for Morton’s just sent the following email to clarify the reason behind the closing of the steakhouse in Annapolis. On behalf of Morton’s The Steakhouse, I wanted to get in touch with you about the Annapolis restaurant closing. The company’s decision to close the Annapolis restaurant reflects […]

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Opinion: Sex Offenders A Problem

Opinion: Sex Offenders A Problem

| January 6, 2010 | 1 Comment

It has only been a few days since we buried Sarah Haley Foxwell who was abducted, killed, and left to rot in a field at the hands of sex offender. It has only been a few months since David Benjamin Raszewski abducted a child from a playground and raped her as her babysitter was frantically […]

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Mayor Shovels Snow For Elderly Resident

Mayor Shovels Snow For Elderly Resident

| January 4, 2010 | 0 Comments

Image via Wikipedia Now HERE’S A Politician What a great story! The daughter of an elderly man took to Twitter to ask for someone to help shovel her father’s sidewalk on New Years Eve–he was 65. Cory Booker, the Mayor or Newark, NJ came to the rescue. He called the father and told him he […]

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