Yacht Company to Host Police Reform Bill Launch + Withdrawal Party

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Have a nice day, Annapolis people! Jacob Baumgart here with a brand new issue of the Annapolis Daily.


First of all, the weather forecast:

  • Tuesday: Rather cloudy, mist; humid. High: 70 Low: 66.
  • Wednesday: Clouds breaking and hot. High: 76 Low: 62.

Here are the best stories in Annapolis today:

  1. Waypoints Yacht Charters will host a launch party on October 15 at the Annapolis Sailboat Show (Eye On Annapolis)
  2. Maryland couple charged in espionage case to remain in federal custody (NBC4 Washington)
  3. FEMA rejects request for help after tornado damages businesses and homes; Anne Arundel and Annapolis leaders urge Hogan to declare emergency (Baltimore Sun)
  4. Headlines – Pittman County Executive and Mayor Buckley, Department of Public Works Announce Environmental Grants (Anne Arundel County)
  5. Annapolis City Council legalizes secondary suites; Police reform bill withdrawn (Capital Gazette)

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Coming to Annapolis:

  • The city of Annapolis: “Mayor Buckley presents a quote to Tami Hook who has worked as Editorial Secretary for many city councils and commissions. Each board chair celebrated Tami for her good humor and professional and reliable work. Thanks Tami! (Facebook)
  • Anne Arundel Community College: “Kudos to Cory Doubek, AACC University Chair of Health, Fitness and Exercise Studies and Assistant Professor, now Hall Athletics Inductees Rice University of Fame for his Swimming Career at his Alma Mater! Find out more about its achie … ”(Facebook)
  • Anne Arundel County Public Schools (AACPS): “#TeacherFeatureTuesday Ms. Thompson – English Learning Teacher – Southern Middle School Ms. Thompson is an amazing teacher and advocates for her students. Ms. Thompson’s students feel connected to each other. Or …” (Facebook)
  • The city of Annapolis: “Postal ballots were sent to residents of the city. Return your ballot paper by mail (postmark must be done no later than November 2); at a drop-off box in one of the eight locations (see list below) or vote in person at your neighborhood polling station on November 2 (see locations … “(Facebook)
  • Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce, Inc .: “Congratulations to Patti Slaughter and @theberniehouse on being recognized as ‘Hometown Hero’ for Business Hall of Fame 2021 Awards Dinner Thursday. The Bernie House is part of the solution to those homeless due to domestic violence. Hard … ”(Facebook)

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Events:

  • Control Your Emotions to Conquer Stress, Weight & Chronic Illness (October 12)
  • Anne Arundel County Literacy Council Fundraising Book Fair (October 16)
  • Raaz: a bio-art multimedia installation (October 16)
  • Historical Ghost Story Candlelight Tour (October 16)
  • Columbia Bluegrass Festival – feat: The Seldom Scene (October 17)
  • Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival (October 17)
  • POSTPONED – First GCCC event ~ Motivational speaker Janine Stange (October 20)
  • Paint Night Social (October 21)
  • Understand God’s will for my life [Bible Based Webinar Series] (October 22)
  • Benefit and Festival of American Heroes (October 29)
  • Halloween Drive Thru (FREE – but must pre-register) (October 30)
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Jacob Baumgart

About me: Do you have a story idea? Please contact me at [email protected] for any arguments, advice or concerns. Follow me on Twitter @jacobbaumgart to stay up to date with the latest news from Anne Arundel County and Prince George County. Being a longtime Marylander gives me deep connections and a unique insight into the communities I cover. I graduated from the University of Delaware in May 2020 with a degree in Media Communication and minors in Journalism and Political Science. Prior to joining Patch in June, I wrote for FOX Sports, The Delaware News Journal, and The Philadelphia Inquirer. I also ran my college journal, The Review, as editor in my senior year. I’m now thrilled to embrace Patch and cover the communities I grew up in!

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