Tuesday, February 5, 2013
The president will be attending a meeting at the Westin Annapolis hotel on Wednesday.
Due to President Barack Obama's visit on Wednesday, the city of Annapolis announced that some streets will be closed and public transit will be on a revised schedule for the morning and early afternoon. Obama will reportedly be attending a meeting with U.S. Democratic senators at the Westin Annapolis hotel on Westgate Circle, which will be closed along with other nearby streets. Road closures between 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Wednesday include: Annapolis Transit will also reroute its service during the same hours, according to the city. For more information, check the city of Annapolis website or call the Annapolis Department of Transportation at 410-263-7964.
Sunday, February 3, 2013
Here's a quick look back at the biggest Annapolis headlines of the week.
Leopold Resigns, Acknowledges 'Serious Errors in Judgment' The Anne Arundel County Council no longer needs to vote on the removal of John Leopold from office after a judge found him guilty last week of two counts of misconduct. Report: Obama Will Visit Annapolis on Wednesday The president will be in Annapolis to meet with Democratic lawmakers, according to The Baltimore Sun. El Toro Bravo Seeking Expansion Downtown Restaurant owners intend to expand to the building adjacent to it, located at 44 West St. Papa John's To Supply 2,500 Pizzas to Naval Academy for Super Bowl Party The Annapolis restaurants prepared for the surge in business on Super Bowl Sunday as they will provide pizza, wings and more to midshipmen as well as local residents. …
Friday, February 1, 2013
The president will be in Annapolis next week to meet with Democratic lawmakers, according to The Baltimore Sun.
President Barack Obama will visit Annapolis on Wednesday, The Baltimore Sun is reporting. According to The Sun, Obama will speak with U.S. Democrats at the Westin Annapolis hotel next week. Democrats will meet on Tuesday and Wednesday for an annual retreat. The meeting is closed to the public. To read more of The Baltimore Sun's article, click here.