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  • Tug of War planned at Annapolis Harbor Saturday
    Tug of War planned at Annapolis Harbor Saturday
    Though it's getting colder and the days are getting shorter, the season of outdoor festivals is not quite through in Maryland. The Maritime Republic of Eastport (MRE) and its opponent, Main Streets Annapolis, have scheduled their 17th Annual...
  • 2014 United States Sailboat Show Wrapup
    2014 United States Sailboat Show Wrapup
    Last weekend saw the 2014 edition of the United States Sailboat Show take place in downtown Annapolis, MD.Among the multitudes of boats, large and small, mono and multi hulls, the hundreds of vendors spread among 6 large tents and other open area&...
  • Annapolis - where seafood reigns supreme
    Annapolis - where seafood reigns supreme
    My other article detailed a number of attractions to enjoy while in Annapolis, and this one will keep you well fed, and housed in luxury.If you’re hungry:Naval AcademyWhile touring the Naval Academy, if the hungers hit, you’ve got a...
  • Annapolis: Five things to see and do on a sunny afternoon
    Annapolis: Five things to see and do on a sunny afternoon
    What do you think of when someone mentions Annapolis, Maryland? Perhaps the nation's oldest statehouse comes to mind, or the United States Naval Academy, or even congestion on Route 50. Forced to spend most of a weekend in Annapolis, I found...
  • Deployed Soldier’s German shepherd thought to have been stolen
    Deployed Soldier’s German shepherd thought to have been stolen
    The Soldier, whose gorgeous German shepherd disappeared on July 28, has called from Afghanistan several times, distraught with worry that Zara, his beloved companion is missing.What’s worse, searchers now believe his dog could have been...
  • Zara, German shepherd of deployed Soldier missing in Annapolis, urgent help needed
    Zara, German shepherd of deployed Soldier missing in Annapolis
    Efforts are underway and searchers are frantic over Zara, a beautiful black and tan German shepherd that bolted and ran into the woods on July 28, about 4:30 p.m. She was last seen running towards the woods on the left hand side of St. Stephen...
  • Ken Niumatalolo
    2014 Navy Preview: Conversation with Ken Niumatalolo
    College football practices are starting to get underway this week around the country.The 2014 college football season begins Thursday, August 28th, and continues with first week games through Monday night September 1st.To get you even more fired...
  • Pets need a  holiday too
    Annapolis has gone to the dogs
    Since pet owners view their four-legged friends as a valued member of the family, why should these furry pals be left behind or forced to board in a strange kennel when their owners go on a holiday?If you are looking for a pet-friendly city to...
  • A taste of  history in Annapolis
    Take a walk through time in Annapolis
    A visit to one of America’s oldest seaports is truly a delight. Annapolis, Maryland is a must-see destination whether you are a history buff, boat lover, or shopaholic.Its historic district boasts fine dining as well as quaint shops all...
  • U.S. Naval Academy
    Spend a great day in Annapolis Maryland
    Annapolis is often referred to as America’s Sailing Capital, and is home to the U.S. Naval Academy. In addition, the Severn River and the Chesapeake Bay provide all the advantages of boating, sailing, and some of the best seafood in the...
  • Annapolis Design District
    The Annapolis Design District "Paints the Town Blue" for Cystic Fibrosis
    For a second year in a row, the Annapolis Design District will be holding their “Paint the Town Blue for Cystic Fibrosis” fundraiser. Last year, they raised close to $7,000 for the cure, with all proceeds of the night going towards the...
  • Laura Neuman
    County Executive Neuman announces changes to save taxpayers time and money
    In the past, when Anne Arundel County residents opted to pay bills online, they were assessed a significant fee for paying by check or credit card as a result of a requirement in the County Code that dictated that fees be passed on to customers....
  • sailboat show
    Springtime in Annapolis brings sailboats back to City Dock
    The 2014 Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show opens April 25th and runs through April 27th. The third annual in-water springtime show features more than 80 new and previously-owned sailboats and celebrates the end of winter and the beginning of the...
  • Pregnant woman robbed at gunpoint rushed to hospital in labor
    Pregnant woman robbed at gunpoint rushed to hospital in labor
    Devery Kelley, 24, of Glen Burnie, Md. and Cornell Robinson, 44, of Washington, were arrested on March 2 and charged with the armed robbery of a pregnant woman and another man in Annapolis on Sunday.The Annapolis Police Department stated in a...
  • Annapolis State House
    Politics 101: The logistics of testifying on bills in Annapolis
    Location of HearingsUse this link to search for the bill on which you wish to testify. It will list in which committee the bill is being heard and when. Note whether it is cross-filed, because each chamber will have a separate hearing. Also note...