Pomp and circumstance at the U.S. Naval Academy, as the Navy and Marine Corps welcomes more than 1,000 new officers.
For the past 24 years, a group of volunteers have made it their mission to get disabled people out sailing on the Chesapeake Bay.
Gov. Larry Hogan has vetoed a bill that would have allowed ex-felons to vote before finishing their probation.
Police say Lamont Scurry was found shot once in the head in the 900 block of President Street in Annapolis.
Annapolis police want people buy and sell items online to conduct face-to-face transactions in a safe place — the department.
Spectacular sight. The Blue Angels put on an air show over Annapolis for the US Naval Academy’s commissioning week.
Mourners remember one of the eight people killed in this week’s Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia while the investigation into the crash continues.
Gov. Larry Hogan said Friday he will veto $2 million for renovations at an arts facility to offset expenses related to moving ahead with his plans to reopen a state police barrack in Annapolis, and he warned of rising costs to pay for state debt.
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan is holding firm on spending $68 million for an education funding formula for parts of the state where costs are higher, half as much as most Democrats wanted.
The Naval Academy is mourning the loss of Justin Zemser, a midshipman killed on board Amtrak train no. 188 which derailed in Philadelphia on Tuesday night.
Governor Larry Hogan signed a law paving the way for police in Maryland to wear body cameras.
Maryland State Police say three people were injured when a vintage sports car crashed into a trooper’s cruiser in Annapolis.