March 27, 2023
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Annapolis Maritime Antiques grand opening

Join Annapolis Maritime Antiques (2nd and Severn) for their Grand Opening Ceremony and Party on Friday September 26th from 3 PM to 6 PM. Beer, Wine, Hotdogs and Burgers… plus 10% […]

Pantelides nominates controversial City Manager

UPDATE: Eye On Annapolis spoke to Tom Andrews this evening and he offered his explanation of the circumstances surrounding the lawsuit in Georgia. You can read that information here.  NOTE:  Some […]

Alex Cortright: Thank you

On Tuesday,  the morning commute for many was a little off. Alex Cortright, the morning jock for WRNR 103.1 had broadcast his final show for the station on Monday. As […]

Oh My Darling opens on Maryland Avenue

Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides is pleased to welcome Oh My Darling Consignment Boutique to Annapolis. Oh My Darling, located at 47 Maryland Avenue, is a high-end consignment boutique offering women’s […]

Editorial: Mayor Pantelides’ 8-month slide

November 2013 was likely a fluke.  While it can be argued that Annapolis is a firmly Democrat leaning town and former Mayor Cohen simply ran a poor campaign, one cannot overlook […]

Ravens pep rally gears up for Monday’s practice

The Baltimore Ravens cheerleaders and Poe, the team’s mascot descended on City Dock in Annapolis this morning to celebrate Ravens Day in Annapolis.  Mayor Pantelides presented a proclamation naming July […]

Mayor Pantelides hosts Twitter Town Hall

Annapolis Mayor, Michael Pantelides, hosted a Twitter Town Hall session this morning from 10am to 11am. Residents who were on  Twitter could ask the Mayor a question on any topic. […]

Snowden retains seat as Chair of HACA for now

Last night, the Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis made their quarterly report to the City Council.  The report itself was not much different than the pst ones–the organization […]

Annapolis breaks ground on new water plant

Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides announced that the City of Annapolis broke ground this week on its new $35 million Water Treatment Plant project, the largest construction project in the City’s history, […]

Annapolis once again without a City Manager

Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides announced that Brian Woodward will step down as Acting City Manager, effective July 30, and has also submitted his letter of resignation as the City’s Recreation […]

Annapolis recognizes legacy businesses

As part of National Preservation Month, Annapolis Mayor Mike Pantelides and MainStreets Annapolis Partnership (MAP) President Steve Samaras announce the 2014 Legacy Business Awards Ceremony. The third annual MainStreets Annapolis […]

Annapolis maintains AA+ bond rating

Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides announced that the City maintained their AA+ rating from Fitch rating agency and the outlook was upgraded to Stable. Fitch affirmed the AA+ rating and revised […]

Savvas Pantelides has history of legal troubles

Savvas Pantelides, cousin of Annapolis Mayor Mike Pantelides, has had a long history with law enforcement in the County.  Savvas (sometimes spelled Saavas) was first arrested when he turned 18 […]

Can The Annapolis Market House Survive?

When the Annapolis Market House re-opened for the most recent time this past September, the looming question in everyone’s mind was “can it survive?”  The building sat vacant for so […]

Annapolis City Meetings To Be Streamed Online

Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides announced that City Council meetings are now available online through live streaming. “Streaming the meetings is an essential move to make it easier for our residents […]

Pantelides’ Releases Transition Team Listing

We have obtained a copy of the current transition team members for Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides.  According to City spokesperson, Rhonda Wardlaw, the list is incomplete and there are more […]

Pantelides Wants To Buy Crystal Spring

Despite the property already being under contract, Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides has told The Capital that he intends to purchase the controversial Crystal Spring property for the City. The deal, […]