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Top Stories: New Annapolis Library, Speed Cameras

Here's a quick look back at some of the most popular Annapolis headlines of the week.

New Annapolis Library Would Triple Current Size

The current Annapolis library was built in 1965—before man walked on the moon.

Speed Cameras Coming Soon to Annapolis

The city says speed cameras will be installed by March 1 near Mills Parole and Germantown elementary schools.

'A History of the Navy in 100 Objects' Premieres

Check out the series about the Navy that details its history and heritage: The first installment is about the crypt of John Paul Jones located on the campus of the Naval Academy in Annapolis.

Annapolis Crime: Police Report More Thefts from Cars

Police report more than a dozen incidents the last two weeks with items taken ranging from an iPhone to subwoofers removed from a trunk—and someone even took a pizza.

Market House Opening Still Set for Spring

The opening date was pushed back from March so Patch asked the city of Annapolis for an update.

Annapolis' Own David Cordle Named Chief of Staff by County Exec

Cordle will reportedly lead an Evaluation Committee charged with reviewing individuals and agencies within Anne Arundel County government.

Dream Home Annapolis: 1586 Eaton Way

An inside look at some of the most expensive homes on the market in Annapolis.

Is Key School's Obezag 'Most Unique Mascot?'

A national contest is currently underway to determine the most unique mascot among high schools.

All Aboard! Train Show Coming to Annapolis

The Annapolis Train Show will be held March 9, and train-loving families can head to nearby Baltimore to ride a train with the Easter Bunny and see Thomas the Tank Engine.

Koons Ford Joins the 'Harlem Shake' Craze

Employees at Koons Ford took time to create their own scenario, involving their main showroom floor in Annapolis.

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