Annapolis Maryland

Annapolis Home BurglarizedA number of items were stolen Wednesday evening from an Annapolis home.
Police Investigate Attempted Armed Robbery in Annapolis 'Goodie Bus'Annapolis police are investigating an attempted armed robbery in the city.
O'Malley Appoints New Director Of Civil RightsGov. Martin O'Malley has appointed Alvin Gillard to be executive director of the Maryland Commission on Civil Rights.
Former Naval Academy Superintendent Dies At 77Arizona Sen. John McCain is praising former Naval Academy Superintendent Charles Larson, who died over the weekend, as a great man.
State House Restoration To Be Complete In DecemberAt Maryland's State House, visitors peek into today's state Senate and House of Delegates chambers.
Bill Would Ban Non-Biodegradable Cigarette ButtsDel. Jon Cardin says he will introduce a measure to ban the sale of non-biodegradable cigarette butts in Maryland.
Historic Annapolis Home Gets Dining Room Do-OverIt took five years, numerous specialists and $60,000, but William Paca has his bling back.
Republicans Claim Historic Win In Annapolis Mayoral RaceAn upset in Annapolis. The city officially has a new mayor -- 30-year-old Mike Pantelides. He's a Republican in a city dominated by Democrats.
Prosecutors Push To Revoke Del. Don Dwyer's Bond After Latest DUI ArrestA judge refuses to revoke bail for Don Dwyer--the Anne Arundel County delegate arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. The decision isn't sitting well with some, since he pleaded guilty to being intoxicated during a boat crash last summer.
Fireworks Blamed For Overnight Blaze That Damaged Annapolis Home Firefighters say legal fireworks left in a trash in the garage of an Annapolis home caused an estimated$250,000 in damages.
Pentagon Sends Letter To Gov. O'Malley On Impact Of Budget CutsThe Pentagon has sent Gov. Martin O'Malley a letter on the impact of automatic federal budget cuts.
Memorial For Domestic Violence Victims HeldThe names of 49 Maryland residents who died as a result of domestic violence between July 2011 and June 2012 were read during an annual memorial service Monday night hosted by the Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence.