The Almost 7:30, Almost Democratic Club has been in operation for 41 years but has recently run into financial issues. The club agreed Friday to continue holding meetings through 2020 while hosting a broad array of elected officials, political appointees and local experts.
Midway through Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley’s first term, the average annual pay for Annapolis city employees has increased by about 4.4% since 2017, with more people earning over $100,000 and the top ten earners all making at least $149,000, city salary data shows.
Six weeks after the midpoint in his first term, Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley confirmed Friday he will be running for a second term in office in part to see through the completion of several major infrastructure projects that have been put in motion this year.
The City Dock Action Committee presented its final report Tuesday to the Annapolis City Council, offering new details on a project that would remake the downtown area and how supporters plan to pay the estimated $50 million price tag.
Lt. Kayla Barron had dreams of being under the sea as a midshipman at the Naval Academy. She graduated in 2010 as one of the academy’s first female submariners, but her Navy career could soon take her to space.
The City Dock Action Committee will deliver its final report and recommendations Tuesday to the Annapolis City Council. Some local business owners are optimistic about the ambitious plans while others are skeptical.
At least three Annapolis City Council members and Mayor Gavin Buckley are expected to vote in favor of legislation that taxes and regulates short-term rentals in the city, all but assuring passage of the bill ahead of the first council meeting of the year Monday.
The Annapolis Board of Appeals ruled Tuesday that portions of an application for a proposed redevelopment in Eastport should be sent back to the city of Annapolis with requests for more information on how the project would impact various public facilities in the city.
As Maryland’s lawmakers opened their annual legislative session on Wednesday, House of Delegates Speaker Adrienne A. Jones said she expects delegates will ask “tough questions” about Gov. Larry Hogan’s business dealings.
The Annapolis Planning and Zoning department gave the green light to a workforce housing development project on West Street earlier this month after it was delayed in October to address traffic and safety concerns raised by parents and officials from a nearby elementary school.
Annapolis resident and Frostburg State senior Harold Lloyd III held his third annual book and gift drive at Robinwood community center. The event is a reward for students who participate in an after school homework program.