Tag: Anne Arundel

County Executive Schuh: “Just Say No” to Medicinal Marijuana

County Executive Schuh: “Just Say No” to Medicinal Marijuana

As scores of states, counties, and municipalities nationwide are relaxing laws prohibiting possession of marijuana, Anne Arundel County Executive, Steve Schuh is bucking the trend and digging in his heels. In an announcement on Monday, Schuh announced that he would introduce a bill in council next week that would prevent medicinal marijuana operations, including cultivation […]

September 18, 2015 | By | Reply More
Annapolis to Divest Itself of Nearly All Wards

Annapolis to Divest Itself of Nearly All Wards

In a move that he says “reflects the fiscal realities of 2015, Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides says he wants Annapolis to divest itself of nearly all wards. He announced his plan yesterday and is in the initial stages of forming an appointed task force to study the process of how to divest the city of most of […]

July 13, 2015 | By | Reply More
AACPS Eliminates Sophomore Year in Budget Cuts

AACPS Eliminates Sophomore Year in Budget Cuts

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan caused consternation among lawmakers last week by announcing he will redirect $68 million set aside for Maryland schools and instead use it to shore up the state’s pension system. On Thursday, the governor said that spending more money on schools instead of covering the underfunded state’s pension would be “absolutely irresponsible, and […]

Soft-Porn Showcase Debuts This Morning At Annapolis Film Festival

Soft-Porn Showcase Debuts This Morning At Annapolis Film Festival

The Annapolis Film Festival has grown steadily over the past three years as more varied, acclaimed, and controversial filmmakers have been attracted to this fledgling event in the sleepy town along the banks of the Chesapeake Bay. This year, a last minute Sunday showcase will test the mettle of the town’s gentry by highlighting films […]

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 […]

AACPS To Offer Counseling To Parents Struggling With Snow Days

AACPS To Offer Counseling To Parents Struggling With Snow Days

The Anne Arundel County Public Schools (AACPS) announced today that they will extend in-school counseling services to parents who have been emotionally impacted with the effects of excessive snow days. Counseling services will be available for parents through all county schools during normal counseling office hours, or by appointment on Tuesdays and Thursdays until 7 pm. In […]

March 5, 2015 | By | Reply More
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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