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  • Annapolis speed camera enforcement expected to start Friday

    Annapolis speed camera enforcement expected to start Friday
    Anne Arundel County government hasn't supported the installation of speed cameras, but beginning Friday one slice of the county will have them anyway. Annapolis is set to launch its own enforcement program, even while state legislators consider...
  • Hardware store owner prepares to step in as Annapolis alderman

    Hardware store owner prepares to step in as Annapolis alderman
    During a quiet morning at his hardware store, owner Jared Littmann strolled down an aisle to chat up a regular customer who was looking at smoke alarms. "Good to see you. Let me know what you need," Littmann told Ben Derrick, a handyman for Annapolis...
  • Annapolis' Market House slated to reopen in spring

    Annapolis' Market House slated to reopen in spring
    Downtown Annapolis' Market House, a historic landmark that has been open only intermittently since 2003, is scheduled to reopen in the spring after being closed this year, according to Mayor Joshua Cohen. "In terms of a specific opening date, it's...
  • Snowden resigns state civil rights post

    Annapolis civil rights activist Carl O. Snowden resigned his post in the Maryland attorney general's office Friday, one month after his conviction on a marijuana possession charge and following an eight-month absence from the job. Snowden, 59, declined...
  • Gun control draws more than 2,000 to Annapolis

    Gun control draws more than 2,000 to Annapolis
    Maryland's gun control debate drew more than 2,000 people to Annapolis on Friday as the House of Delegates took up the governor's bill to ban the sale of assault weapons and impose some of the nation's strictest licensing requirements. People arrived as...
  • Gilbert T. Renaut, Annapolis activist

    Gilbert T. Renaut, Annapolis activist
    Gilbert Thornton Renaut, a retired federal attorney who became an Annapolis activist, mayoral candidate and neighborhood problem-solver, died of a heart attack Feb. 27 at his home in the capital's Murray Hill community. He was 66. "Gilbert had an abiding...
  • Market House vendors lineup announced in Annapolis

    Market House vendors lineup announced in Annapolis
    More than a half-dozen food vendors will move into Annapolis's historic Market House at City Dock, city officials announced Friday. The vendors are: Yellowfin Seafood & Oyster Bar, a spinoff of the Yellowfin Steak and Fish House in Edgewater; the Hard...
  • Annapolis mayoral election too close to call

    Annapolis mayoral election too close to call
    The Annapolis mayoral election was too close to call Tuesday night, with neither candidate declaring victory or conceding defeat. With 15 of 16 precincts unofficially reporting at 9:45 p.m., incumbent Democratic Mayor Josh Cohen had 3,468 votes to 3,518...
  • Annapolis mayoral race to be decided Thursday

    Annapolis mayoral race to be decided Thursday
    The Annapolis mayoral election won't be decided until at least Thursday, when elections officials tally votes from a problematic voting machine and from absentee ballots. The unofficial results from Tuesday's election — not counting the broken...
  • Annapolis mayoral election hangs in the balance

    Annapolis mayoral election hangs in the balance
    The campaign to become mayor of Annapolis took Mike Pantelides to Room 204 in City Hall Wednesday, where he and a team of supporters and lawyers camped out, waiting for answers. How many people voted by absentee ballot? How many voters requested...
  • Annapolis City Council considers stripping mayor's powers

    Annapolis City Council considers stripping mayor's powers
    Annapolis Alderman Ross Arnett insists the City Council's decision to take another look at making the mayor's job a more ceremonial role has nothing to do with party politics. But if the Democrat-majority council acts to remove the mayor's power, the...