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Gambrills’ FirstPic chosen by Amex as Small Business Government Contractor of Year

Gambrills’ FirstPic chosen by Amex as Small Business Government Contractor of Year

| March 30, 2015, 11:00 AM | 0 Comments

Mark Piccirilli, President of FirstPic, Inc., was recognized as the 2014 Small Business Government Contractor of the Year by American Express OPEN as part of OPEN for Government Contracting (OGC) program. Launched in 2009, OGC is a national initiative that helps small businesses of all kinds and at every level capitalize on the enormous growth […]

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Pantelides Says City Needs To Do More To Prevent Overcrowding

Pantelides Says City Needs To Do More To Prevent Overcrowding

| October 16, 2013, 09:23 PM | 0 Comments

Today, mayoral candidate, Mike Pantelides released a statement expressing his disappointment with the proposed legislation that would add school capacity to the development review criteria. He said it didn’t truly address the problem. “I am glad the City Council is addressing the problem of overcrowded schools as a result of irresponsible development. This is something […]

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Admiral Oaks Community Celebrates Grand Reopening

Admiral Oaks Community Celebrates Grand Reopening

| May 16, 2011, 05:21 PM | 0 Comments

On Thursday, May 5th, the Admiral Oaks community in Annapolis officially reopened. The celebration was hosted by the area’s premier non-profit developer, the Community Preservation and Development Corporation (CPDC), and was attended by more than sixty community leaders, partners, neighbors and supporters. Michael Pitchford, President and CEO of CPDC kicked off the celebration at 10:00 […]

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Toddler Found Dead In Annapolis

Toddler Found Dead In Annapolis

| June 06, 2010, 12:30 PM | 0 Comments

A two-year old toddler was found dead in her bed early yesterday morning. Annapolis Police are investigating the death which occurred in the 1900 block of Copeland Street in the City’s Bywater neighborhood. Police are investigating; but a cause of death has not been determined, nor released. According to Annapolis Police Department spokesman, Ray Weaver, […]

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