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Midnight Madness 2013 Part 1 Tonight!

Midnight Madness 2013 Part 1 Tonight!

| December 05, 2013, 01:07 PM | 0 Comments

Annapolitans and visitors won’t want to miss the three nights of late night shopping and entertainment in downtown Annapolis: Midnight Madness on Thursday, December 5 and 12, and  Eleventh Hour on December 19. The town will be full of holiday music and entertainment, prizes, complimentary gift wrapping, holiday photo shoots, visits with Santa and special […]

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Holiday Happenings In Annapolis

Holiday Happenings In Annapolis

| December 03, 2013, 01:50 PM | 0 Comments

As the holidays roll in, calendars begin to fill up.  Here is a quick “cheat sheet” of upcoming events which need to be on your calendar December 5th, Mayor’s Holiday Open House, 5:30 to 7 PM December 5th, Midnight Madness (stores remain open until 12 AM) December 11th, Mayor’s Senior Holiday Luncheon, 11:30 AM to […]

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Huge Power Failure Strikes Annapolis Area

Huge Power Failure Strikes Annapolis Area

| December 21, 2012, 12:04 AM | 0 Comments

UPDATE: While police deny any looting occurred, just after the power went out, someone smashed an inner West Street business window and stole liquor and cigarettes. Additionally, reports from employees in mall businesses indicate that some customers indeed stole merchandise and exited the store prior to employees initiating manual bag checks. Earlier this evening more […]

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The Compromise Garage Should Be Built, And Why It Won’t Be

The Compromise Garage Should Be Built, And Why It Won’t Be

| April 24, 2012, 10:22 AM | 0 Comments

Like chicken little, the residents of Wards One and Eight poured into City Hall last night for an unprecedented 8 hour session to voice their opposition to what amounts to little more than a fantasy–the dreaded garage on Compromise Street. The Council voted to continue discussions by a 6-3 vote with Mayor Cohen,  Alderman Pfeiffer […]

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