Top 5 Stories: Credit Card Theft, New Business in West Annapolis
Here's a quick look back at the biggest headlines of the week in Annapolis.
No. 1—Annapolis Police Seek Suspect in Credit Card Theft
Annapolis police are searching for a woman in the theft of a purse and the use of stolen credit cards in a $6,300 shopping spree. Police said someone stole a $1,200 Jimmy Choo purse with the credit cards on Dec. 21.
No. 2—Antique Store Moves to West Annapolis
Visitors to the West Annapolis shopping district will find a new addition to the neighborhood: A vintage clothing and antique store called Retropolitan. The store opened in mid-December after relocating from Ellicott City.
No. 3—Where to Celebrate New Year's 2013 in Annapolis
Still don't have plans for New Year's Eve? Here are some places to celebrate in Annapolis, including a few family friendly options.
No. 4—MD to Take Another Look at Raising the Gas Tax
A bill to raise gas taxes in Maryland died in committee during the 2012 session, but state and county lawmakers are asking to try again.
No. 5—Winter's First Hypothermia Death; MD Officials Urge Caution
State officials released tips for avoiding cold-related illnesses following a hypothermia-related death in Frederick County earlier this month. Hypothermia occurs when the body's temperature drops below 95 degrees.