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St. John’s College Professor Discovers New Number

St. John’s College Professor Discovers New Number

The eyes of the mathematical world are on Annapolis today as a St. John’s professor announced the discovery of a new number this morning. Dr. Jay Jupiter Moonglow, chair of the Department of Theoretical Anthropological Mathematics made his declaration during an impromptu press conference in the faculty restroom while wearing his pajamas. Discovery Of New […]

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Annapolis Tourists to be Charged Admission to City

Annapolis Tourists to be Charged Admission to City

The nation’s economy has improved over the past three years, but tourist destinations, such as Annapolis, has lagged behind comparable municipalities in its fiscal recovery. However, many in city government think that they might have a solution in the form of a city admission fee. After the financial collapse of 2008, the number of visitors […]

Maryland Transportation Authority Approves Third Bay Crossing

Maryland Transportation Authority Approves Third Bay Crossing

. After decades of studies and debate, the Maryland Transportation Authority has announced that a third Bay Bridge span has been approved for construction. Work will commence in January of 2016 and will be completed sometime over the summer of 2018. There are currently four bridges that traverse the Chesapeake Bay in two pairs of […]

Mayor Frustrated with Budget Process

Mayor Frustrated with Budget Process

Mayor Michael Pantelides will present his proposed 2016 budget for the city of Annapolis during a council meeting tonight that will be closely watched by both city residents and employees. Early reports indicate that it will include a slight spending increase of 1.3% over last year’s $97.3 million. The mayor was visibly drained as he […]

Annapolis Runs Out Of Holidays for Employees, May Be Forced to Create More

Annapolis Runs Out Of Holidays for Employees, May Be Forced to Create More

The perks that come with working for municipal governments are seen by some as lavish, but what happens when the perks run out? A recent study of paid holidays that are available to city employees has determined that the well may have run dry. This is a concern for many at the Annapolis City Hall […]

Letter: Bring Back the Free Circulator

Letter: Bring Back the Free Circulator

I implore the City of Annapolis to bring back the free circulator trolley they used to provide.  It was a vital piece of our town and I don’t appreciate that the new Mayor Pantelides just willy-nilly decides to unravel all of the good work that our previous Mayor Josh Cohen did. I am not sure […]

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Welcome to The Crab Wrapper

Welcome to The Crab Wrapper

Welcome to The Crab Wrapper.  Stay tuned for an official launch date and keep an eye on the site as we morph from a vast black hole of nothingness in the Interwebs to a premier destination in Maryland, Anne Arundel County, and Annapolis! Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter—the […]

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