Some complexes have singles or couples buildings separate from family buildings.If you like historic right in downtown Annapolis, PM me and I can give you some local rental contacts.I can try it at first but I really prefer to live close to work and not spend my life stuck in traffic.So I'm thinking about whether I could/should live in Annapolis.
In July 2011, an article in a Maryland newspaper titled "Jarrod wants to be your friend" told of how a man had befriended a former female high school classmate on Facebook and began a "yearlong nightmare" of harassing her over the Internet.
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I love the coastal/water aspect of Annapolis and the historic charm and I wouldn't mind getting away from some of the Baltimore's depressing crime, poverty, and decay.
But Annapolis looks to me as maybe not a good place for a younger single woman to be.